PUPILS from Hillview Primary School certainly made quite the entrance when they arrived for their prom.

As well as being dressed to impress, the Hillview Leavers Class of 2018 rolled up in a pair of party buses, ensuring the evening would be one to remember.

The event, held on Friday, June 22, saw P7 pupils come together to mark the end of their time at the school ahead of moving on to Barrhead and St Luke’s High Schools.

Hillview organised a ceilidh so the youngsters would have the chance to get together for one last fling as primary school pupils.

And to prove Barrhead’s high school leavers aren’t the only ones who know how to arrive in style, the pupils made their way to Hillview in a pair of disco-equipped party buses from the Boogie Bus Company.

Mum Alison Walker said: “It was really good. You could tell everyone had a really great night. They came home excited, but knackered from all the dancing they’d been doing.”

Boys and girls had separate buses in which they could enjoy parties of their own as they rode through town, before arriving at the school, where everyone met up on the red carpet ready to dance the evening away at the ceilidh.

The extravagant transportation was organised by the school and parents council, in a gesture that ensured their first prom was one the kids won’t soon forget.

Parents were generously allowed in for the last 10 minutes as the pupils enjoyed the final dance.