Last week, just over 200 Monmouth Comprehensive School Year 11 students arrived impeccably dressed in their finery at Chepstow Racecourse for their final event together before they move onto their next steps in the world.

Dresses in all colours and styles, and stylish suits were the order of the evening with everyone dressed up to the nines. Their entrances were all spectacular, and throughout the night the students were a credit to themselves and to MCS.

One of the most eye-catching 'arrivals'
(Des Pugh)

Awards were handed out in a variety of "most likely to..." categories, which included the student most likely to be a millionaire given to Elsa Sims and most likely to win an Oscar or appear on a West-End stage given to Jack Painter.

The the democratically elected Prom Royalty wasannounced as Neil Lawler and Chloe Shaw.

 Mr Rodda, Head of Year 11 said “A lot of hard work goes in to Prom each year, and few have worked harder on it than Mrs Jenkins and Ms Daley. I am also extremely grateful to Mrs Banyai and Mrs  Pearce for their support in setting up the evening, and to the wider Year 11 Team for their work on the night. 

A huge thank you must also go to Liz Owen and her team at Chepstow Racecourse for making it an evening to remember”.