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.

Back to Latest news