It was a test of strength with a significant twist.
Last week, pupils from across the school were treated to a unique House competition that had a minibus sized twist.
Pupils took on the test of strength in a recent PE lesson that saw each child compete for their School House.
The unique tug of war event was organised by the school’s ever adventurous Games department and saw pupils as young as 7 compete to earn their School House coveted points.
Director of Sport, John Liley, was the man behind the fun event. He said: “With the current health emergency, we can’t engage with sport in the same way we would normally. Events like the tug of war break up the training programmes and inter-house games but also allow for our pupils to try something different, fun and memorable.”
He added: “It is not every day that you get to race your school friends in a minibus tug of war. Our pupils had a great time and it was lovely seeing the smiles on their faces as they competed.”
Deputy Head, Stuart Bayne, added: “We all know the value of making fantastic memories at school and events like this live long in the memory. By running house competitions like this we can further the important role the House systems plays at Cundall. House competitions provide opportunities for every pupil to understand the importance of friendship, support, respect and teamwork within the community.”
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