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: 1st Abbie Whitehead; 2nd Harmony Cockram; 3rd Mark Bentley; runner up Ruby Crimlish.
Scott Mckeown, Scarborough TEC’s Vice Principal – Performance and Enhancement, said: “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.