Students raise £250 for Cancer charity

Two year 11 students from Longdon Hall School, Damian (left) and Jack  (right) have completed a 5km mud run in aid of Cancer Research UK. They have raised over £250 pounds through sponsorship and should feel very proud of their achievements.

Jack, who has awarded the schools ‘Fundraiser of the Year’ award while he was in Key Stage 3, continually finds ways to raise money for good causes whilst giving 100% to his studies. With high expected grades at GCSE level, Jack is working hard towards his goal of getting to university, with a determination to help others at the same time.

Damian is working hard towards his aim of becoming a firefighter, so with good grades and with the ethos of wanting to help others, he and Jack are both making a great contribution to charity and their own fitness and wellbeing.

Longdon Hall staff are proud of both of these students and will go the extra mile to help them achieve their life goals. Rachel, the boys form tutor said, “What a brilliant event for both of them and a wonderful shared experience. We are so proud of them for completing the 5km and for raising money for such a worthwhile cause.”