More than 200 people flocked to this year’s Autumn Festival, which saw crowds entertained with live performances and a spectacular fireworks display.
Talented Highfields students took to the stage to showcase their dancing and musical skills in the Lyceum, whilst a host of stalls were set up selling crafts and cakes. Henna art, face painting and glitter tattoos were on offer for young visitors as well as competitions to guess the name of a teddy bear and weight of a pumpkin and marrow to raise funds for the next Sixth Form prom.
The event closed with a bang with a stunning fireworks display on the terrace.
Ms S Bishop, Highfields’ Head of Performance, said: “The Autumn Festival has become a popular fixture on the school calendar and this year’s event was another huge success.
“Thank you to everyone who helped out, as well as the performers who did a great job on stage and our visitors for coming along and making it so special.”