This year's production of Our House was a huge success, as students wowed audiences with their impressive acting, singing, dancing and musical talents.
More than 60 students were involved in this year's production, which got sell out-crowds singing along, laughing out loud and dancing in their seats over four nights.
Our House features a host of classic hits from Ska band Madness - such as Our House, Baggy Trousers and My Girl - to explore the themes of love, family values, responsibility and growing up.
Students rehearsed for five months ahead of the production, which audiences unanimously agreed was a resounding success.
Sharon Bishop, Head of Performance, said: “The annual school production is one of the highlights on the school calendar and our students once again worked incredibly hard to make sure this year’s show was a hit.
"This year's production was challenging as the storyline simultaneously follows the two paths central character Jay Casey's life could take following a split-second decision made on his 16th birthday. However, our students more than rose to the challenge and put on a fantastic production.
"They performed to a sell-out crowd every evening and everybody agreed what a fantastic show it was. I would personally like to thank everyone involved for all their hard work. All of the students involved should be incredibly proud of what they achieved."