Testbourne school's class of 2018 celebrated their success in an awards evening last month.

More than 450 attended the ceremony on November 28 where former classmates were presented with their GCSE certificates.

The mayor and mayoress of Whitchurch were in attendance as well as a speaker Tim Fisher about his experiences working for the Foreign Office.

Ex-student Tori Lowther gave a "stunning vocal performance" to the crowd.

Assistant headteacher Geraldine Gray said: "It’s a fantastic celebration of the effort our students put in over the last few years.

"The glass awards are something for them to treasure for years to come and to remember their achievements."

Subject awards were given out to winners while other awards included for the head boy Jack Routledge and head girl Abigail Sarginson.

The governor's award for effort went to Sam Crofts, and the prestigious headteacher award went to Lydia Coleman.

Subject award winners included Grace Andrews – Art; Harrison Neil – Photography; Dominic Bird – Business; Alec Painter – Computing; Tori Lowther – Dance; Ryan Tigwell – Drama; Isobel Harrop – English; Amy Long – Food; Laura Leigh – French; Anya Ahl – Geography; Gemma Bailey – German; Jody Varndell – Health & Social Care; Maddie Hayward – History; William Bloor – Maths; Eddie George – Music; Taffy Tandy – PE; Nat Hawrylak – RE; Max Oram – Science; Priscilla Dimitrov – Spanish; Lydia Coleman – Technology.