Not only did the students end the term with unorthodox school wear, but the sixth formers prepared a range of stalls and activities for the annual Christmas fair, where entertainment included the yet-to-be-Olympic sport of Human Curling which drew loud cheers from an appreciative crowd.
“The student Christmas Fair has been a festive success,” said a joint statement from head boy and head girls Lewis Rogerson and Anya Losyk.
“Even though the main reason for the fair is to mark the end of term, we also can’t forget that it is one of the central ways Glyn raises money for amazing charities,” they added.
The event raised an impressive £3,191 for MIND and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and was just the start of a busy day which concluded with the annual Speech Night.
Some 115 prizes were awarded and students returned from university, apprenticeships and employment to be a part of the evening when the guest speaker was former student Andrew Winyard.
As part of the school’s Outreach programme, students from its Carew and Merton Houses visited Appleby Care Home in Epsom to entertain residents with Christmas carols, musical performances and mince pies.
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