The Senior School came together for the annual House Singing competition, and what an incredible occasion it was too. We were treated to six different performances spanning a range of musical styles, unified only by the dedication and momentum of its happy singers, with staff and pupils sharing the stage. House Singing is a unique competition amongst House events: it brings together all pupils from all year groups, sharing responsibility and having an equal part to play and contribution to make. Each House chose what it wanted to sing which resulted in an extremely close and impressive competition.
It was a pleasure to welcome back Dr Richard Dunster-Sigtermans to adjudicate this year’s competition who was extremely impressed by every House’s performance and offered some really excellent feedback, with the unenviable task of choosing the winner. The Pupil Leadership Award went to Caellum (Lower Sixth, Vanbrugh), with Swift and Feilden awarded joint second place, and Harcourt crowned the overall winners for their performance of Counting Stars by OneRepublic.