New trophies to celebrate achievement at St Neots school
- Credit: ST NEOTS ST MARY'S ROTARY CLUB
Longsands Academy, in St Neots, has some new trophies to celebrate the achievements of pupils.
A new house system was set up at the academy last year and the school received funding from the Rotary Club of St Neots St Marys to purchase the trophies
Pupils will be now join one of the school's five houses, which have been named: Austen, Turing, Seacole, Hawking and Darwin.
The names were all chosen, and voted for, by staff, students and parents and friends of the secondary school.
The trophies were officially presented to the heads of each house Rotary members Peter Hay and David Lawrence.
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