Staff and students from across Scarborough TEC took part in spooktacular activities as they celebrated Halloween across the Filey Road and Lady Edith’s Drive campuses.
Media Make-Up and Performing Arts students teamed up to surprise everyone with a Halloween zombie horde, creeping through the Filey Road campus and scaring unwitting staff and students.
The college also held a pumpkin carving competition. Students were invited to collect pumpkins, and then take them home to carve and decorate them, before returning them for judging. Winners were announced as the following at the Filey Road campus:
1st Place – Abbie Whitehead
2nd Place – Harmony Cockram
3rd Place – Mark Bentley
Runner Up – Ruby Crimlish
Scott Mckeown, Scarborough TEC’s Vice Principal – Performance and Enhancement, said: “Everyone has worked so hard during the first half of this term and we wanted staff and students to have some fun and take time to get into the spirit of Halloween.
“The zombie horde was simply brilliant and it was a tough decision judging the pumpkin carving competition. We had some awesome entries from across the college, some of the students had clearly put a lot of effort into their designs. Well done everyone!”
Students from BA (Hons) Historical and Performance Costume for Stage & Screen held a bake sale to raise funds for their end of year show in the college’s Waves refectory while Music students entertained everyone with impromptu performances.