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Inter House Competitions & Student Rewards Inter House Competitions & Student Rewards

Sale High school rewards its students for a variety of achievements through the house point system. Students carry with them a house point collection card, which is stamped when students have displayed behaviour, work or attitude deserving of merit.

 

The top boy and girl in each form each week receive a queue jump pass. This allows the student to move to the front of their year group queue at lunch time.

The top boy and girl from each form over each half term are placed into a draw.  A draw is held in each of the end of term assemblies where one lucky boy and girl receive a £10 Trafford Centre voucher.

Students representing the house that has accumulated the most amount of house points over the half term period are treated to an “own clothes day”.

Students representing the house that has accumulated the most house points over the full term are treated to a delicious breakfast redeemable at the school dining rooms with their winning ticket.

Students representing the house that has accumulated the most house points over the entire academic year are able to experience both the own clothes day and the free breakfast. However, more importantly, they are presented with the coveted House Champions trophy, proudly displayed in the Pastoral Office.

The top 20 students in each house, who have collected the most house points and satisfy the behaviour, attendance and punctuality criteria are invited to a day out at Alton Towers.

 

Inter House competition

Sale High School operates a house system which encourages healthy competition between students and staff alike. These inter-house events include fun department competitions each term as well as whole year sporting competitions. For the sporting events, each year group is allocated an afternoon where the entire year group either compete for or support their houses in these eagerly anticipated competitions.  News of our latest events are below:

 

 

KS3 & KS4 Football Tournament

This term saw our houses go head to head in the KS3 & KS4 Football Tournament. This competition remains fiercely competitive and see students striving to win the title! This year's competition did not disappoint. After a closely fought match for both KS3 & KS4 teams, Turing came out victorious! Well done boys! 

Read more: KS3 & KS4 Football Tournament

Spelling Bee 2015

This week there will be a series of spelling tests held in form-time.

Form members from each year will be tested on a selection of words taken from the spelling booklets given out in English lessons. The words will be taken from across the subjects.

Read more: Spelling Bee 2015

Sale High's Got Talent

The Drama challenge from this term saw students competing in a Britain's Got Talent style competition. Students performed solo pieces, group performances and dances. Over 15 acts took part in this wonderful display of talent. The judges had a tough time agreeing on the winning performance but after much deliberation crowned Y11 Megan Clayton as the winner. Megan performed a spine tingling rendition of'I don't love you' by Chemical Romance. Well done to Niamh Bown who came 2nd, Alice Counsell & Joel Austin who came 3rd and Natasha Phoenix & Maygen Senior who took 4th spot!

Read more: Sale High's Got Talent

Spelling Bee

During Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the final week of this half-term (Autumn 2014) there will be a series of spelling tests held in form-time.

Form members from each year will be tested on a selection of words taken from the spelling booklets given out in English lessons. The words will be taken from across the subjects.

Read more: Spelling Bee

Rocket Challenge

The science challenge saw students racing to make and launch their very own house rockets. The students filled bottles with water and pumped air into them to launch them.

Read more: Rocket Challenge

Inter House Softball

The softball final was held between the only two houses that managed to field a team, these were Turing and Dyson. After a cagey start, which saw excellent fielding limit both teams to two runs each, Turing took over with some amazing hitting from Anit Balami.

Read more: Inter House Softball

The Krypton Factor

CONGRATULATIONS TO KING HOUSE!!!!
A clean sweep of 3 wins out of 3 for King mean they are our inaugural Inter-house FIFA Champions.

Read more: The Krypton Factor

Drama House Challenge

The Drama challenge was the best challenge yet with students competing against each other in a variety of improvisational challenges. The teams had the judges in stitches with their interpretation of the different scenarios.

Read more: Drama House Challenge

Boy 5 Aside Football Competition

KS3 winners - DYSON House
After an entertaining Final, Dyson were crowned Champions following a 3-0. Goals from Uka and Erion Bujupi (2) secured the win over finalists, Turing, who battled on to the very end.

Read more: Boy 5 Aside Football Competition

The Big Parachute Drop

The Big Parachute Drop winners were Da Vinci. Well done everyone!

Read more: The Big Parachute Drop

Girl's 6 Aside Football Tournament

Inter House Girls Football Competition
We are pleased to announce the winning team...

Read more: Girl's 6 Aside Football Tournament

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