Langford Village Academy pupils raise almost £2,000 for Sport Relief

Langford Village Academy students enjoyed raising money for Sport Relief. Picture: Stephen Calbraith

Langford Village Academy students enjoyed raising money for Sport Relief. Picture: Stephen Calbraith - Credit: Archant

Children at Langford Village Academy have run a mile for Sport Relief, raising almost £2,000 for the cause.

Rebecca Beal and her son Harley Beal took on the challenge. Picture: Stephen Calbraith

Rebecca Beal and her son Harley Beal took on the challenge. Picture: Stephen Calbraith - Credit: Archant

The school held a special assembly for the pupils to introduce them to the Sport Relief cause, and the work it does to help vulnerable people in both the UK and in the world’s poorest countries.

From there, they were given sponsorship forms to take home, and the decision was made that they would run 10 laps around the school field.

Teacher Kirsty Burley said: “It has been a massive success. It was lovely to see the staff taking part and the parents being involved.

“The children really understood the cause and were so proud of themselves for achieving their mile.

The children were very proud of themselves after completing their mile for Sport Relief. Picture: St

The children were very proud of themselves after completing their mile for Sport Relief. Picture: Stephen Calbraith - Credit: Archant


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“We are astounded that our school community have raised such a substantial amount and are humbled by all of the support given to this event.”

Altogether the children raised £1,905.50 for Sport Relief, which has seen £38 million donated UK-wide.

Thomas Rutt, Elliott Burke, Charlie Waters, Archie Prince, Joshua Higgins and Mason Quince all ran a

Thomas Rutt, Elliott Burke, Charlie Waters, Archie Prince, Joshua Higgins and Mason Quince all ran a mile for Sport Relief. Picture: Stephen Calbraith - Credit: Archant

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