Students past and present were honoured at a school’s awards evening.
Kettering Buccleuch Academy held its second extension phase awards evening last Wednesday.
Students currently studying and those who have left were invited to the event, and awards were handed out for curriculum successes as well as special achievements.
The guest speaker for the night was former West Ham and Everton footballer turned pundit Tony Cottee.
The school’s principal, Dino DiSalvo, said: “At Kettering Buccleuch Academy, we are committed to seeing every student succeed through an inspirational and fulfilling education.
“The evening was a wonderful opportunity for students, parents, guests and staff to celebrate.
“Our students are encouraged to believe in themselves and achieve success.”
Mr Cottee said: “I thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
“It is so nice to see pupils gain recognition for all sorts of skills, talents and abilities.
“Kettering Buccleuch have a wonderful variation of awards for all kinds of achievement.”