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Langley Student Lands Key Role at England Six Nation Match

 

 

 

100 students from this season's CBRE All Schools intake formed a key part of England's RBS 6 Nations match against Ireland on 27 February.

The pupils all wore individually designed shirts they had created themselves and were on hand to welcome the England team as they arrived at the Lions Gate at Twickenham, forming a Guard of Honour for the side. They then took to the pitch where they assisted Laura Wright in singing the national anthem. 

The shirts they wore were all designed at Canterbury kit design workshops last year where they also learnt more about the core values of rugby, the pride associated with the shirt and the importance of colours, logos and emblems.

CBRE All Schools Ambassador Dave Attwood was present as the specially designed kits were unveiled on the day and spoke of the importance of the shirt and what it feels like to take centre stage at Twickenham on match day.

“It was great to meet the students and to listen to them talk excitedly about their experiences of designing their own school’s rugby shirts and being at Twickenham," said Atwood. "This is a fantastic initiative and I am proud to be an ambassador of a programme aimed at giving youngsters the chance to play rugby.” 

“This is our third year as Official Partner of the CBRE All Schools programme – something we are extremely proud to be part of," said Chris Stephenson, CEO of Canterbury. "I know the students felt immense pride in wearing a shirt that they designed at such a huge game. Hopefully some special memories were made.” 

Dan Brammer was chosen to represent Telford Langley School at this very

special occasion. Below is a picture of Dan meeting Dave Attwood.