Senior Girls challenged to protect eggs in House competition

Senior Girls challenged to protect eggs in House competition

Last week saw the first House Competition of the year.

Teams were challenged to create a contraption which would enable a raw egg to survive being dropped from a classroom window onto the playground below.

All houses were incredibly well-represented with enthusiastic and inventive competitors who sought to use balloons, carpet, cotton wool, giant bubble wrap and physics to protect their eggs.

Points were awarded for creativity as well as the condition of the egg 'post drop'.

The winning house was Neild (pictured above), with Perigo and Lester as joint runners up.

Perigo

Perigo

Lester

Lester

Kitchener

Egg-cellent work girls!