Where would you find Spider Man, two dinosaurs, Rapunzel, Tiana and Sherlock Holmes? At the Boarder’s Easter Dinner, of course!

A fantastic evening of laughter, fun and friendship was shared by movie heroes and villains alike, as portrayed by the boarders and staff at the annual Easter Dinner. In contrast to the formality of the Christmas dinner, which is a black tie affair, this sister event hosted by the girls’ house is the “informal formal”. This year, it featured the theme: movie characters. The guests did not disappoint; Rapunzel arrived, complete with a frying pan and chameleon, Tiana and Tinkerbell completed the Disney princess set! The water glasses rattled as not one but two inflatable T-Rex costumes struggled through the door of the restaurant and stomped to their tables, both then ironically tucking in to the vegetarian options! James Bond had to keep a close eye out as, on the next table, his arch-nemesis “Jaws” was gnashing on squid rings and pork loin. Later, a pair of Bananas in Pajamas crooned to “Get Lucky” at karaoke whilst Sully from Monsters Inc. enjoyed catching up with the other Sixth Form boarders and exploring the sweets table.

After a busy Lent term filled with lots of trips, activities and fun, and lots of time to work hard in school, our Easter Dinner was an opportunity to play hard and relax in each other’s company. It was also the perfect time to show how we look after each other as a boarding community and say a big thank you to everyone who has been an essential support for the house.

Mrs Hanson, Head of Girls Boarding

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