Posted: Thu 13th Oct 2016

After 3 say…. Cheeeeeeeeesse…. Hawarden High School’s amazing whole school photo featuring over 1100 pupils

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Oct 13th, 2016

Pupils, students and staff at Hawarden High School waited patiently during the morning of Tuesday, 11 October for the ‘whole school photograph’ to be taken.

img_7138The ‘whole school’ photo only gets taken once every five years and gives every pupil and student the opportunity to appear at least once during their time at Hawarden School.

With the support of a loudhailer and super organising skills it wasn’t long before Hawarden’s immaculately turned out pupils were saying ‘cheese’  as the photographer hit the button and snapped away.

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Staff say pictures will be ready after the half term break….

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