Pupils at Fernhill school kicked off their Halloween celebrations in their usual style.
They had a much-acclaimed Halloween cake competition, before turning their attention and effort to the Halloween fancy dress parade.
The grand finale of their Halloween celebrations was a round of Halloween discos and parties for the entire school courtesy of the PTA.
The standard of entry for the cake competition was higher than ever and the difficult task of judging the winning creations fell to the Math department.
One of the judges commented: “Each year it gets more difficult to decide upon a winner. I think this year the girls have definitely pulled of their very own Great Fernhill Bake Off!”
The prize for the most original cake went to Kelsey McGhie (S6) and best decorated cake to Alexandra Roberts (S2).
During the senior fancy dress parade organised by the Science department, the panel of judges had the impossible task of deciding upon a winning costume. The entries ranged from a box of crayons, Google maps, 101 Dalmatians, cereal killers, cup cakes and a can of coke, to name but a few of the wonderfully creative home made costumes. The eventual winner was the box of crayons.
After a busy week, the pupils were treated to a round of Halloween parties courtesy of the PTA. The senior disco for the entire secondary school was organised by the S6 leadership team and was a huge ht with all in attendance.
The nursery and primary came together and enjoyed dancing and party games, rounded off with a Halloween parade.