Smyth pips Erskine at the post to become winners of Virtual Sports Week
Concentrating intently on his ball skills is Manu taking part in the keepy uppy challenge
After a week of running, jumping, stepping, planking and doing hundreds of keepy ups, the results of Virtual Sports Week are in. And we can announce that the worthy winners are Smyth House with an amazing 39150 points.
In second place came Erskine with 33,700, who for the first half of the week had maintained pole position, finally being pipped at the post by Smyth.
The Plank Challenge attracted the most entries of any activity - here is Frederick putting his core muscles to the test!
In third came Klein with 32,550 points followed by Verbiest on 23,600.
An average of 150 people took part in the daily challenges, with the Thursday Plank activity seeing the most entires at 170.
Bethia taking part in the balance challenge
As well as having lots of fun competing in the challenges, we also raised £830 for the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, so many thanks to all of you who so kindly donated to this worthy cause which is dedicated to creating a fairer society for all.
The final scores, with Smyth scooping first prize!
Year 7 and the Parents/Carers categories had the highest amount of entries throughout the week – so a big thank you to all of the parents/carers/relatives for also getting involved! And of course, huge congratulations to Smyth House for their victory in the overall event!