Year 13 students at Upton Court Grammar School said farewell on Thursday 8 May, marking the end of seven years at the school. There was a sense of joy and sadness, as students reminisced about their journey together since the age of 11 while contemplating their future at University and beyond.
Students shared photographs and videos looking back at their time at the school, while teachers spoke fondly of their memories of the year group.
Principal Mercedes Hernandez Estrada said “We know that many of these young people will be an asset to any university and field of study. They have been outstanding role models and always supportive of the school and their peers. A truly remarkable year group! I am confident that they will demonstrate their worth and talent and wish them well for the future.”
All staff and governors of Upton Court Grammar School wish the outgoing year 13 students good luck with their forthcoming A Level examinations and best wishes for the future.
Photograph attached L to R : David Sammels (Deputy Head of Sixth Form), Harveen Khailany , Victoria Morris, Tamir Morgan (all 18) and Mrs Detterick (Head of English)