This year’s Primary Sports Day proved a close competition, with three out of four House teams tied on 34 points after an entertaining morning session.
Morning activities included rob the nest, tunnel ball, 4-team soccer, musical chairs, paper plane throwing, frisbee throwing, tic-tac-toe and teddy bear knockdown.
It would all be decided by the afternoon events of running races, a cheering competition, tug-o-war, and parents’ race. The Komodos proved to be the strongest House in the tug-o-war and when they put their strength to the test against the teachers, they won that, too.
With the scores so close, it all came down to the final cheering competition, with the Biawaks taking out top spot. Only one point separated first and second place, with the Biawaks winning and Komodos coming in second. Well done to all students and parents who participated in the events of the day!
You could enjoy a little video about the event on our youtube channel or copy the link here: http://bit.ly/vid-Phousesports