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Secondary Sports Day

Thursday 15th November saw students come together for one of the biggest events in the house calendar - the 2018 Secondary Sports Day.

Not put off by the rain, Years 7, 8 and 9 made the walk up to the New Camp for the morning session in high spirits. The effort students had gone to beforehand was superb; banners and flags could be seen coming from each of the house tents.

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As the results started to come in it was clear that this was going to be an exceptional day of results; records were being broken on the track and in the field. In Key Stage 3 a total of 27 records were broken. This shows the hard work the students have put into their training at extracurricular clubs in the lead up to the event. As the rain stopped and the sun came out, the high-quality athletics continued; notable performances included the Vikings Year 7 boys 4x100m relay and Sid Ney Chong smashing the 50m sprint record.

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The afternoon events began with Year 10 on the track. Andres Guerra showed his ability in both sprints and long distances taking records in 100, 200 and 800m. At the same time, Laura Noble was busy jumping further than any Year 11 girls, winning the long jump with a distance of 4.40m. Other notable performances from the afternoon session included JC dominating in throwing events, taking records in both the javelin and the shot put. In total 21 records were broken by Key Stage 4 and 5 students.

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As the final event came to a close and the results were calculated, it was clear that this was one of the closest Sports Day in quite some time with only 16 points separating 1st and 2nd.

In 4th place with 891 points were the Saxons, in 3rd place with 1018 points were the Romans, in 2nd place with 1039 points were the Normans and this year’s winner with 1055 were the Vikings. 

Well done to all of those who took part!

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