Pupils at Glyn School showed off their work at the annual creative arts evening.

GCSE and A Level students displayed work from their Art, Design Technology, Music, Drama, English and Food Preparation and Nutrition courses at the event - now in its tenth year.

Pupils' work was displayed throughout the school for visitors to look at, and Music and Drama students performed in the Quad - solo and group performances of well-known and original pieces.

The English department was represented by the annual Tony Cooper Poetry and Prose Competition which is held in fond memory of dearly loved English teacher Tony Cooper, who would always sign off, “Yours in poetry and prose”.

Hayden Kearney and Zain Khan were the year 7 and 8 winners respectively, and both read their poems aloud from the stage in the Quad.

Mayor of Epsom and Ewell Councillor Neil Dallen was at the event - having himself been a pupil at Glyn School in the 1960s.

He said he was particularly interested in the sciences and chess at the time.

Marion Meadows, publicity officer at the school, said: "Congratulations to each and every student who contributed to the evening; your hard work was deservedly recognised."