Youngsters shared their dreams for the future at a Sheffield nursery’s emotional graduation ceremony.
The 14 little ones leaving Bright Beginners, Wicker, Sheffield city centre, told a packed audience of parents what they wanted to do when they grew up at the ceremony.
The graduation also included singing, dancing and poetry as the Class of 2013 took to the stage to show off their talents.
Kirsty Harpham, nursery manager, said: “Just before our youngsters leave us to go to school, on their last day, we hold a special graduation ceremony.
“It is popular, so much so we had to hire a bigger room this year because there was a really good turnout.
“The youngsters all did a little poem, some singing and dancing then stepped forward and said what they wanted to be when they grew up. Some of them wanted to be racing car drivers, we had a lot of ballerinas, a fireman and all sorts.
“They loved it. Every year the younger children see the older ones practising for the ceremony so they look forward to taking part when it is their turn.”
It was the third graduation ceremony held at the nursery.