Gallery: Ipswich School teachers work their moves for Strictly Come Dancing production

Grand finale featuring Headmaster Nicholas Weaver and the cast

Grand finale featuring Headmaster Nicholas Weaver and the cast - Credit: Archant

Teachers’ had their turn in the spotlight on the last day of term at Ipswich School.

Pupils looked on as their tutors put on their sequins and sparkly heals for a school version of Strictly Come Dancing.

Staff from the independent school took to the stage to show off their moves in a action-packed production watched by more than 250 pupils.

Nicholas Weaver, headmaster at Ipswich School, said: “This was a fun way to end a term of hard work.

“Staff enjoyed the chance to let their alter-egos take to the stage, with many hidden talents coming to the fore, and students joined in with laughter and rapturous applause.


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“The fact that we also raised over £700 to add to our support of the Red Cross charity appeal is the icing on the cake.”

The event was organised by Tracy Boyle, director of co-curricular activities and Lindsey Ward, head of drama at the school based in Henley Road.

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