Singing their way to victory in the annual House singing contest
The House system at RGS is a very important part of life in the school and this week was no exception. The annual House singing contest saw intense competition between the four houses – Bird, Cranston, Hodgson and Williamson. Each of the Houses performed their house shout, followed by singing a verse of To Be a Pilgrim and then finally their House harmonies.
Huge congratulations to Cranston who secured the winning position – you can watch their harmonies performance below.
The House system is led by Upper Sixth Form students, guided by the Heads of House. Students compete in a range of events including sport, art, debating and chess. We look forward to seeing this sense of belonging combined with teamwork, creativity and responsibility across these events over the year.