Mullion School's latest year 11 pupils have celebrated the end of term with a leavers' prom.
The event was held at the Tregenna Castle Hotel in St Ives, with pupils arriving in limousines, vintage cars and the ubiquitous VW campervan, with the girls wearing ball gowns and dresses and the boys dressed in tuxedos and very smart suits.
The hotel had also been beautifully decorated by two members of school staff, Mrs Brown and Mrs Motrici. Staff also attended the occasion and helped the pupils mark the end of their time at Mullion School.
Headteacher Mike Sandford is also leaving the school at the end of the term, and was asked to join the group photo.
Each year group at Mullion School is known as a “flight” to tie in with the school's symbol of the arctic tern - the bird with the longest migratory pattern, representing how pupils may well travel the world. The present year 11 is known as Flight 33.
Kevin Gilbert, key stage four director, said: “Flight 33 had a wonderful evening and many staff commented on what a superb year group they had been and what a great atmosphere they helped to create at their prom.”