Last week, we held an Inter-School Tournament at Keresforth Primary!
So…what happened at our Tournament?
We split up our school participants into teams, who’d compete for the most points in rounds of different games. A special thanks to all the staff for keeping an eye out and looking after our teams!
Our wonderful school teams who participated this week and the results were:
1st – Gawber Primary
2nd – Keresforth Primary
3rd – Summer Lane Primary
4th – Joseph Locke Primary (2)
5th – Wilthorpe Primary/Burton Road Primary
6th – Holy Rood Primary
7th – Shawlands Primary
8th – Joseph Locke Primary (1)
Once the introductions were complete, it was time to get down to business…
We used a variety of different games which required strategy, problem solving and some quick thinking to really get those brains in gear!
- Rainbow 35 – a fast paced mathematical game in finding correct numbers!
- Anomia – Flip cards until symbols on two players’ cards match. Matching players must race to give an example of the category on their opponent’s card.
- Rat-A-Tat-Cat – A game of suspense, strategy, and anticipation. Get rid of the high cards (rats) and go for the low cards (cats). Sneak a peek, draw two, or swap cards for an added twist! A low score wins the game. (A poker face helps!)
- Zeus on the Loose – Play cards strategically, adding numbers as you climb up the mythic mountain. Grab Zeus when the total reaches a multiple of 10.
A huge congratulations to the winners of the day, Gawber Primary School and overall winner Charlie Senior! They grabbed themselves a trophy to show off at their school with pride. Well done!
All teams were amazing participants and team players, and we couldn’t be more proud of everyone. Thanks for making the day a great one!
Why should you take part in an Imagination Gaming Tournament?
- Our Tournaments are a great way of bringing different schools and backgrounds together.
- Test your brains to problem solve and be the quickest!
- Make new friends and take on new challenges.
- Win trophies and certificates for you and your school!
For more information about School Tournaments and how you and your school can get involved, click here.