Senior School sports day couldn’t go ahead in its usual format this year but we didn’t want students to miss out on their chance to compete for House glory.
Tug of War is always an exciting end to the annual House competition and this year was no different. In fact, some pupils said it was better! Maybe it was because the chances to compete have been few and far between this year, meaning that the stakes were high as students gathered in their tutor group bubbles to decide the Tug of War winners.
Removes, 3rds, 4ths, L6 and U6 all competed in great spirit over the course of two weeks with their points all contributing to the House and Remove Competitions.
In addition, Removes competed in Athletics, and Thirds and Fourths played a series of House tennis and rounders matches to add to their points totals.
In the Removes Competition, Tug of War and Athletics were both won by RMRA (pictured here). RHRH came second in the Tug of War, with RMDR taking second place in the Athletics.
House Tug of War was won by Grosvenor, closely followed by Werburgh, Dutton, Bradbury, Walsh, Fox, Gladstone and Lester Smith.
Thirds House Sports was won jointly by Gladstone and Bradbury.
Fourths House Sports was won by Werburgh.
Well done to everyone on showing great competitive spirit!