End of Summer Term 201717/07/17
We are now nearing completion of the academic year and I thought this would be a good opportunity to look back over the year and look forward to next year.Read More...
The newly named Falmouth School Sports Festival provided a fun filled and action packed day for students this week. Despite Tuesday’s washout the sun shone on Wednesday, with over 600 students taking part in up to 20 different activities available.
The excellent atmosphere between the students was evident all day, but competition was still fierce as the coveted Sports Day title was up for grabs with the winner being announced in next week’s end of year assembly. Students in the four houses (Trelawney, Smithwick, Boscowen and Melvill) showed their colours, with some fantastic displays of commitment and talent.
There were plenty of sports day classics on offer for student, including the egg and spoon race, sack race, three legged race and even dressing the teachers. There really was something for everyone, with a wide variety of activities including; cycling, volleyball, football, netball, cricket, problem solving, fitness testing, tug of war, athletics, rounders, softball, standing jump, cheerleading, shot putt and high jump.
Huge crowds gathered at break and lunch time for a chance to throw wet sponges and plates of cream at the teachers, raising funds for the Cambodia trip. Teachers had a chance for revenge later in the day as they competed alongside students!
Head of PE Mrs Benney was delighted with how the day went. “Our Sports Festival was hugely successful. I was so proud to see every student in year 7-10 compete in a host of different sporting events to raise points collectively as a big team within each house. Students enthusiasm and motivation to do well, along with the passion and excitement from the staff created a truly fantastic atmosphere” she said. “The sports festival is a very important part of school that everyone enjoys and looks forward to, because there really is something on offer for everyone” She added.