In celebration of Pride Month, a group of Year 12 pupils organised a series of vibrant events for all students to get involved with. Their aim was to raise awareness and support the Albert Kennedy Trust, an organisation committed to assisting homeless LGBTQ+ youth.
The festivities kicked off with a dress down day, where students and staff proudly adorned themselves in rainbow-coloured attire and accessories, raising funds for the cause. Alongside the dress down day, a charity bake sale tempted everyone with delicious treats.
The highlight of the celebrations was undoubtedly the annual Pride Concert, with the stage adorned in rainbow decorations and both audience and performers brimming with excitement. Talented students and staff showcased their talents, spreading joy and love through their performances.