WARRINGTON’S Sir Thomas Boteler CE High School held its annual inauguration evening at St Elphin’s Church.
New Year 7 students were formally handed over to “The Boteler Family” by their primary school teachers. The church was full to capacity.
Head teacher Beverley Scott-Herron said: “It was amazing to be able to celebrate with parents and carers as their child embarks on their new high school journey.”
Assistant head teacher Anna Mawby said: “It was wonderful to listen to such powerful words about each student from their Year 6 teacher and head teacher. The students were a credit to their families and to their primary schools. We are looking forward to seeing their progression and successes over the next five years.”
School chaplain Mike Wildsmith said: “What a privilege to attend my first inauguration evening – it was amazing! So humbling and inspiring. Impressive musical performances, students speaking eloquently, and most of all, the wonderful pen pictures of the new Year 7 students.”