A festive carol concert was the fitting end of term celebration for students.
Students from across year groups from Felpham Community College were accompanied by staff and members of the community as they performed at the annual concert at St Mary’s Church, Felpham.
The carol concert was yet again a popular event, filling the church with a festive atmosphere.
Jessica Deal, curriculum leader for music, said: “The evening was successful and made everyone feel festive. It is a busy time for performing arts at Felpham Community College, as we also have our in-house pantomime.
“Thank you to all the students and the staff choir who have put in effort to make the evening a success. It has been a really enjoyable event to organise.
“Particular thanks to the student choir who also performed last week at the Christmas fair and also the turning on of the Christmas lights in Felpham village on December 6.”
The traditional evening of carols and musical performances included student soloist singers from a variety of year groups, the school choir and band, and the staff choir.
The staff choir sang That’s Christmas To Me and were accompanied by three sixth form students, Oliver Iden, Scarlet Cooper and Reuben Lyall.
Audience participation was encouraged throughout the evening, and with mulled wine and mince pies being served after, they were happy to take part.