STUDENTS had model behaviour and an eye on the season's new looks when they hosted a fashion show at their school.
Hanley Castle High School collaborated with Isis Boutique, based in Great Malvern, to host the successful event which featured trendy clothing, dances and a fundraising raffle.
Year nine catering students made canapés which were served with complimentary bucks fizz before the catwalk which showcased a range of imaginative and creative garments produced by past and present students of Hanley Castle.
The clothing included a punk themed “Trashion” project and other concept pieces which were modelled by Hanley students.
Two groups performed GCSE dance routines and for the main show Isis showcased a wide range of their new season's clothing including very glamorous and extravagant prom dresses.
Money was raised for Midlands Air Ambulance and The Friends of Hanley Castle High School during the raffle which featured top prizes including a family day out at Eastnor and a tour for four at the Morgan factory.
Photographs of the evening were taken by upper sixth former Elliott Dean.