Priory Community School hosts festival of transport

PUBLISHED: 07:00 01 July 2016 | UPDATED: 09:00 01 July 2016

Some students took to two wheels and cycled in.

Some students took to two wheels and cycled in.


Trucks, speedboats and trains driven by clowns would make for an unusual sight at any school – but that was the scene which greeted students in Worle last week.

Students with the school mascot.Students with the school mascot.

Priory Community School’s year 11 students arrived in style for their last day at school.

The festival of transport has become a tradition at the academy, and pupils arrived in a variety of vehicles, watched by their fellow students.

Some students cycled into school, while others arrived on the back of a train driven by a clown.

Some chose a speedboat, while others opted for racing cars.

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