Junior School Swimming Competition

On May 31, the junior school held its highly anticipated inter-house swimming event, marking a triumphant return after a hiatus since before the COVID-19 pandemic. The competition featured two age categories: Year 1-2 and Year 3-5, each with a set of four exciting events.

The younger swimmers in the Year 1-2 category competed in the 15-meter Freestyle Kick with Board, 15-meter Breaststroke Kick with Board, 15-meter Freestyle, and 15-meter Breaststroke. The older students in the Year 3-5 category showcased their skills in the 25-meter Freestyle, 25-meter Breaststroke, 25-meter Backstroke, and the challenging 50-meter Freestyle.

Throughout the event, two houses stood out as top contenders: the House of Fire and the House of Earth. Both houses delivered outstanding performances, with the House of Fire ultimately securing the overall victory. The House of Fire’s swimmers dominated most of the individual events, demonstrating exceptional talent and teamwork.

The atmosphere was electric as students cheered for their peers, creating a sense of camaraderie and school spirit. The event not only highlighted the swimmers’ abilities but also provided a much-needed opportunity for students to come together and celebrate after several years of disruptions.

Parents and teachers alike were impressed with the high level of competition and sportsmanship displayed by all participants. The junior school swimming event was a resounding success, leaving everyone eagerly anticipating next year’s competition.

In conclusion, the return of the junior school inter-house swimming event was a joyous occasion that brought the school community together. The House of Fire’s victory added to the excitement, but the true triumph was the enthusiasm and enjoyment experienced by all the students.


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