Kings Langley School students pay to watch teachers battle for Ukrainian aid charity

The teachers competed in challenges to raise money for The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal

Thursday, 14th July 2022, 9:57 am

Pupils at Kings Langley School paid to watch 11 of their teacher battling to become the Staff Superstars Champion last week.

Year 9 students Sybella and Amy approached Mr McDonagh with their ideas on how to raise money for the people in Ukraine.

They said: "We really want to do something to help the Ukrainian people somehow, as we have so much and they are losing everything."

Fromm left: Mr Tembo, Mr Thomas, Ms Froud, Mr Moyo, Mr Bilton, Mr Dilks, Mrs Donovan, Mr McGuigan, Mr Burgin, Ms Chabrel and Mr McDonagh

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During lunchtimes from July 5 to 8, students saw their teachers attempt basketball lay ups, take agility and gym tests, and the infamous bleep test.

English teacher Mr Thomas emerged victorious with Mr Tembo and Mr McDonagh closely following in second and third places.

On Friday (July 8), the school held a non-uniform day with pupils wearing yellow and blue pin badges to show their support for the people of Ukraine.

The school raised £1,320 for the appeal.