Friday, 29 November 2013 06:29


Secondary students play for House points Secondary students play for House points

ASPIRE hosted a football tournament earlier this week for its latest House competition.

Students joined their House, either Red, Blue or Yellow, for a series of matches at break times. And there was an extra goal in sight - House points.

The rules were simple: each House would play the other two. The team with the most goals at the end wins.

In Primary, the games reached a tense end when it was revealed that Red and Yellow had both scored five goals.

Mr Broadbent, who refereed the games, announced a penalty shootout, which led to Red House winning.

In Secondary, Yellow house won despite not winning a single game. They did, however, score the most goals.

Keep checking ASPIRE’s website for details on upcoming House competitions.