Students and teachers from Hurlingham Preparatory School raised an impressive £2,034 for children and young people with cancer by taking part in CLIC Sargent's Practice-a-thon.
Around 90 students from the Swan House at Hurlingham Preparatory School from the reception class to Year 6 took part in a sponsored dance-a-thon, which saw them spend three hours moving and shaking to their favourite songs.
CLIC Sargent fundraising manager Helen Lye said: “A huge thank you to all of the students and teachers at Hurlingham Preparatory School, the parents and friends of students who supported the dance-a-thon and especially to the Swan House Mistress, Luisa Page, for all of her hard work."
This is not the first time Hurlingham School has supported CLIC Sargent. Pupils have previously performed at a Christmas Concert held at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall.