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As the curtain came down and the stage was swept it was very clear to everyone privileged to be there that this was an extraordinary show. Not simply the talent on show (and it was everywhere) but the emotional ending surrounding Mr Heaney's departure. He has been an integral part of these performances for years now and as the cast members rightly pointed, he will 'leave a huge hole to fill.'
It was a night of truly epic proportions and some really mesmerising performances which will live in the memory for a long long time. It would be wrong to single out any particular performance as they were all stunning. The cast, the band, the lighting and crew, the behind the scenes directors.... Everyone...
A truly fitting end to a fabulous year at Kenton. Well done everyone.
|Congratulations to all of our students in Years 11, 12 and 13 who complete their exams in the next couple of weeks. They have worked so hard and hopefully all of that will pay off when the results are published in the summer.|
|Following on from the tremendously successful ski trip to Austria (all returned present and correct with no major injuries) Kenton students now travel to the far east to the land of the rising sun.|
| After the 31 hour journey on the coach the luck of the group picked up; it was snowing when they arrived at the resort. Everyone was shattered...|