Vampires, zombies, spooks and witches and other gruesome creatures were out in force at Terrington Hall School’s evening Halloween party.
Having paraded their costumes and gorged on a mountain of festive treats supplied by the school kitchens, more than 70 pupils took turns at apple-bobbing, trick or treating and plunging their hands into mystery buckets of “guts” (jelly) and “brains” (spaghetti).
The evening’s festivities were rounded off by a performance to parents of Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ which the children had rehearsed earlier in the afternoon.
Top: Year 3 pupils Lara Evans, Annabel Lindenberg, Kayla Paley and Emily Langley.
Above: The youngest partygoers at Terrington Hall’s Halloween celebrations (left to right) Niamh Mulryne, Michael Mulryne, Hattie Langley.
Below: Pupils boogy away to Michael Jackson’s Thriller.