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The Great Sleigh Debate

18 December 2014

Santa Claus has invited 10 famous friends to join him on a Sleigh Ride around the world. After one mince pie too many, the sleigh is too heavy to fly and has crashed into NAIS HK. Santa realises that he can only take two friends with him and will have to leave eight behind to make sure the Sleigh can get back to the North Pole in time for Christmas Eve. But who should he take?

The Great Sleigh Debate will pit ten famous figures from the worlds of science, sport, celebrity, literature and history against each other to determine who has made the most valuable contributions to the world through a heated debate of ideas and importance.

The speakers today were:

Sandringham: Valeria Kulik & Lucia Bowers Martinez (Elsa and Anna from Frozen) / Michael Oak & Satva Upadhay (The Wright Brothers) 

Windsor: Samantha Chau (Matilda) & Ryan Chu (Ronaldo)

Balmoral: Simone Skovgaard (Emelia Earhart) & Zan Thompson (Alexander Bell)

Carnaerfon: Rebecca Chen (as Bruce Lee) & Bobby Li (as Jack Ma)

The judges (Santa Claus, Mr Elf and Rudolf) spent a long time deciding who the winners were and after much deliberation, Carnaerfon were the overall winners! Well done to Rebecca Chen and Bobby Li!