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