Last week, Year 11 students at Sir John Gleed School in Spalding said goodbye to the institution for the final time.
Around 170 final year pupils came back to the school for a day of celebration that kicked off with a breakfast at Cafe Central.
The students were then treated to a fun, if not embarrassing, assembly in which their Year 7 pictures were shown alongside photos taken earlier this year.
There was also a video made by members of staff in which they said goodbye to their pupils with memories of the time they had shared together.
The audience were then entertained by a group of Year 11 girls who sang a number from Legally Blonde and some Post 16 students who performed a song from Little Shop of Horrors.
This was topped off by the handing out of awards, including an iPad and a £100 Halfords voucher, for attributes such as excellent attendance and outstanding behaviour. Pupils then got to take advantage of a bouncy castle, a rodeo bull, free ice-creams and a fish and chip van.
A member of staff said: “The students all said they had a wonderful time. It was a really lovely way to end Year 11.”