Sixth Form Awards Ceremony
Awards were handed out to students who have excelled in each subject and course leaders spoke about what they have enjoyed about teaching each class.
Families were invited in to join in with the celebrations and Assistant Vice Principal for Sixth Form Jane Watson made a display of students' old photos and their success stories.
Principal Martin Campbell told the group that life can be compared to the London Underground and that there can be various routes to get to your destination, on slow or fast-moving trains.
He said: "You can now start carving out your route and your direction. When you come to major junctions, you must believe in yourself and the decisions you make - listen to your heart.
"Enjoy the journey because there are some fantastic sights to see, adventures to have and people to meet."
Janine Alexander, who is going on to study biomedical science at Sheffield University, picked up four awards, including one for effort and achievement.
Janine (pictured left with Mrs Watson and fellow winner Chelsea Barratt) said: "I'm most pleased with the biology one - if I could have chosen one to get, it would have been that one. Biology lessons have been my favourite because the teachers are good and there's a good atmosphere."
She added: "In the Sixth Form you develop good relationships with the teachers - you have fun with them which helps you to learn.
"I'm a bit nervous about the future because I have grown accustomed to KSA - it's been a safe haven."
Award Winners -
Business Studies Award:
Performing Arts Award:
Sports Studies Award:
Most Improved Student:
Effort and Achievement: