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Our First House Competition Is Closely Contested

23 September 2016

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Following the renaming of our house into Earth, Wind, Fire and Water, we decided to kick off, what will be the first of a number of major House events this year, with a sports competition in the Wednesday’s Enrichment time.

Students across all age groups competed in inter-house Football and Volleyball competitions. There was a broad level of participation in events and in spite of the competition involved, things were played in the friendly and co-operative spirit we have come to expect at our school. No house dominated the event and the total house score for this half term, which is calculated by performance in house events and credits, is set to be very close.

Well done to all the students who were either directly involved or who supported this event.

Bernie Cox