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included a Lip-sync Battle, Balloon Structure Challenge, Random Act of Kindness Challenge during lockdown and the Marshmallow and Skewer Tower Challenge. Inter-mentor group challenge results 2021: 4th CJ (33) 3rd Cressy (55)

2nd Seymour (63) 1st Randolph (69)

Within the interhouse competition, School House achieved the following notable success: Claybird Shooting – 1st We acknowledge the following School House boys for notable achievements through the year: South Island U21 Polo team and the captain of College Polo Edward Davidson New Zealand Secondary School Polo team Edward Davidson Gold Badge for Academic Excellence in Year 12 George Trolove SCHOOL COLOURS Edward Davidson – Polo (re-award) Louie Bethell – Rowing (re-award) and Rugby Gus Orr – Rowing George Trolove – Rowing Ned Botherway – Rowing Hamish Grigg – Rowing Oscar Todhunter – Rowing George Helmore – Clay Bird Shooting Jack Smith – Rugby Maadi Cup Gold Medal – Senior Eight Louie Bethell Gus Orr George Trolove Henry Smith – coach Senior 8B Boat – 5th in Maadi Cup

competition at the end of Term 3. This folksy fable follows the life of an old, neglected chair and the fortunes of its various owners – from woodcutters to royalty and back again. A special thank you to Jasper Williams and Louis Elworthy for co-directing the play with very able support from a number of Year 13s. Cameo performances came from George Trolove, with some amazing dance moves, and Jack Smith, who won an actor’s award for his role

as a lumberjack. Well done gents, especially given the curve ball that the lockdown threw at us. The cast and crew were: Jasper Williams, Louis Elworthy, Gus Orr, George Trolove, Jack Yang, Guy Clarke, Ned Botherway, Jake Abbiss, Rudi Beavan, Jack Smith, Charlie Stanley, Jack Sutherland, Will Gould, George Clarke, Nico Elworthy, Wills Ockwell, Hugo Helmore, Louie Nelson, Oliver Biggs, Dom Botherway, Will McQuilkin, Harry Hanson, Benji Nation, Jack Baker- Sherman, Angus

Haugh, James Hadden, Hugo Trolove and George Young.

This year, we continued to

develop the four mentor groups. Each group comprises a spread of Years 9–13 boys. Each group would meet with their Assistant Housemaster weekly to discuss academic progress and goal planning. We continued the inter-mentor group competition with a number of challenges this year. These

Ned Botherway – Rowing Hamish Grigg – Rowing Oscar Todhunter – Rowing


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