House Competitions 2020/21
At Wren Academy Enfield we place a strong emphasis on developing our school community, this is successfully achieved through the various activities students take part in during their tutorials, lessons and extra-curricular opportunities. To develop this further, students also take part in a variety of Inter-house competitions throughout the academic year that are concluded with the students taking part in an Athletics Competition and Sports Day. These, along with the students, punctuality, attendance and positive contributions, all go towards our Inter-house Cup, which is presented to the top scoring House during our Prize Giving celebrations.
Last year our students took part in a wide variety of Inter-house competitions including poetry, tower building and benchball. Though challenging at times, due to restrictions placed on us, it was fantastic to see that our House groups were able to develop and maintain such strong House identities and spirit. Seeing the students and often staff collaborating together, developing their inter-personal and problem solving skills, was a joy for all our school community to witness and I have no doubt with the arrival of our new Year 7s and staff, this will continue to develop further. The great thing about our range of House competitions is that every student can contribute whatever their talents and strengths
Our House competitions were extremely exciting, with the lead of the overall standings frequently changing throughout the year. Below is a summary of the competitions the students took part in and the winners:
|Remote Sit Up Challenge||Walbrook|
|Zip Card Design||Bow|
Upon reaching the final week of the term, the overall standings were extremely close, however once all elements of the House Cup were considered, Bow were crowned as our inaugural Wren Academy Enfield Inter-house Competition Winners. Below are the overall standings:
A huge congratulations is not only afforded to all students and staff associated with Bow for their victory.
In addition to the House Cup, students also competed for the Athletics and Sports Day trophies. Piccadilly won both of these competitions and have set the pace in regards to the sporting competitions.
All students entered fully into the spirit of our House competitions and contributed to some enjoyable contests. We are now keen to see how the addition of our new Year 7s will change the standings of our competitions. I am sure that this will be another exciting year for every member of our community.