Students at a school in Kings Langley have completed their mammoth fundraising project in aid of four local charities.
The Year 12 students at Kings Langley School spent October to March coming up with innovative ideas to support Hertfordshire Mind, DENS, Two Oaks Pony Sanctuary and their local branch of Cancer Research UK.
In total they have raised just shy of £4,000 for the charities and Victoria Battaglia, KS5 pastoral and information, advice and guidance officer, said that the students have learnt a great deal from the experience.
She said: “They’ve all come back and said it’s been really good and has stretched them. They’ve had to think outside the box because of lockdown.
“What they’ve learnt from this is how difficult it is for charities to do this on a regular basis.
“If they have an idea it doesn’t happen overnight, there’s a lot of planning involved.”
Victoria added that the students would like to say a big thank you to those who have supported them throughout their fundraising.