HOLYROOD Academy Prom saw students arriving in style, including on horseback, in a fire engine, and even a caravan towed by a tractor.

The year 11s took part in a competition to show up to prom in the most "unusual" or "coveted" mode of transport, at their Celebration Day on June 25.

Students also arrived in stock cars and an impressive range of luxury cars and limousines. Mater, from Disney’s Cars, also made an appearance.

Students arrive at Celebration Day.Students arrive at Celebration Day. (Image: Holyrood)

As students arrived, they were greeted with huge applause from family and well-wishers who had gathered to enjoy the spectacle. 

An enthusiastic year seven honour guard continued the applause and lined their route to a reception with nibbles and mocktails.

This was followed by an "emotional" celebration assembly and afternoon tea with parents and carers.

Students arrived to prom in imaginative ways! Students arrived to prom in imaginative ways! (Image: Holyrood)

The celebration then continued with the student's formal prom at Haselbury Mill.

They enjoyed a delicious two-course meal in the Tithe barn followed by a disco, where they finished their day dancing with "huge enthusiasm and energy". 

A disco was enjoyed after a two-course meal.A disco was enjoyed after a two-course meal. (Image: Holyrood)

Helen Sebright, head of year 11 at Hollyrood, said: "Holyrood would like to congratulate every single Year 11 student; they have worked so hard and made such a lasting contribution to the school. 

"We hope they look back on their time at Holyrood with fond memories and we wish them all every success for the future and to have happy and fulfilling lives.

"We are so proud of them and look forward to celebrating with them on results day and to welcoming many of them back as they join the Holyrood sixth form."