Shovelling Shield For the Year 9 boy with the most House spirit as voted by Year 10s George Cochrane Powerade Cup (Presented by the 2007 Prefects) For the best all round sportsman in Year 10 as voted by Year 13s Jordan Braithwaite Smith Family Tankard For the junior boy showing every effort to advance Jacobs House in all aspects of College life Jordan Braithwaite Levett Cup For the best junior academic in Jacobs House, based on assessment results throughout the year Yusef Elnahas HA Ford Trophy For the best Year 11 all-rounder Isaac Aitken Thatcher Cup (Presented by DJ and LM Thatcher) For the Year 12 boy who has offered the most service to the House Louis Gunn Michael Jerram Memorial Trophy and Prize For the Year 13 boy with the best academic effort based on his estimates throughout the year Charlie Bushell Senior Academic Cup For the Academic Head of House, based on assessment results throughout the year Isaac Aitken School House Cup (Presented by School House in 2011) For the boy, at any level, who shows the most perseverance and determination in and around Jacobs House Sam Boyd
Barclay were awarded their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award.
on display. Highlights include the birthing of Rapunzel, which was both entertaining and cleverly done. Will Simcock’s performance as the prince, earned him an actor’s award, and Josh and Louis both received director’s awards.
INTERHOUSE EVENTS Athletics We had 20 boys qualify for finals on Athletics Day, with many earning top three placings. In U14, Angus Gifford was 3rd in shotput and discus. In junior, Jordan Braithwaite was 2nd in the high jump, Thomas Stephens was 1st in javelin, and Angus Thorne 3rd in the 400m and 2nd in the 100m hurdles, 800m, 1500m and 3000m. In intermediate, Louis Gunn was 3rd in the 800m and triple jump, and 2nd in the 400m and long jump. Sean Rutherford-Bradford was 3rd in the 200m and 2nd in the 100m. A strong number of boys participated in the non-championship events, with some pleasing placings amongst them. The intermediate 4 x 400m relay team won their race! Cross Country We started Term 2 with the school cross country and the boys got stuck into and ran reasonably well. Some boys ran particularly well earning top 10 placings. In the U15 grade, Angus Thorne came 2nd and Matthew Lewis was 9th, and in U16, Sam Willems was 3rd and Isaac Aitken was 8th. House Music Jacobs House performed well with great results, earning three placings from the four sections. The small vocal group achieved 3rd with their performance of Billy Joel’s “Longest Time”. This was the first time we had a small group entered in a very long time and makes the achievement all the more special. The backing band earned 2nd with a great performance of “Chelsea Dagger” by the Fratellis, and the instrumental group went on to win their category with an outstanding performance of the INXS classic “Never Tear Us Apart”.
Matt Thatcher Jacobs Housemaster
HONOURS TIES AND SCHOOL COLOURS Honours Ties Jack Glass – Instrumental Music Louis Gunn – Drama
School Colours Toby Beale – Hockey Rupert Limbrick – Sailing Maxim Marsh – Rowing
HOUSE PRIZE-GIVING Lapel Badge (25+ House points) Jordan Braithwaite, Kennedy Payne, Thomas Stephens, Kevin Thiele, Jackson Thomas, Angus Thorne Tie Pin (50+ House points) Isaac Aitken, Jack Drage, Josh Johnston, Will Simcock Tankard (100+ House points) Toby Beale, Jack Glass, Louis Gunn AG Washer Cup For the Best Cricketer Outside of the 1st XI Jordan Braithwaite Quad Run Junior Bell For the winner of the Junior Quad Race held annually in Term 4 Angus Thorne Quad Run Open Bell For the winner of the Open Quad Race held annually in Term 4 Roberto O'Shannessey Third Form Cup (Presented by the 1996 Prefects) For the Year 9 boy with the best academic effort based on his estimates throughout the year Angus Gifford
House Plays Our House Play this year was
Rapunzel (with a twist), co-directed by Josh Johnston and Louis Gunn. There were a number of boys involved and some strong acting
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