Sports

 

Duties of House Officials

General

  • To assist House Parents in the following areas:
  • planning the assembly for monthly meetings;
  • planning the assembly for house feasts;
  • co-ordinating activities for sports;
  • maintaining discipline among members of their house.

Specific

House Captain:

  • To represent the house on the student council
  • To take charge of the house in formal or informal activities in the absence of house parents
  • To encourage and motivate house members
  • To be a role model for other house members

House Vice Captain:

  • To act on behalf of the house captain or house parents in their absence
  • To encourage and motivate house members
  • To be a role model for other house members

House Prefect:

  • To act on behalf of the house captain, vice captain or house parents in their absence
  • To encourage and motivate house members
  • To be a role model for other house members

Criteria for becoming a House Official

A House Official should:

  • be an active member of her house in all school and house activities.
  • be a model student both academically and in conduct.
  • be a senior member of her house - Forms 4 to 5.
  • be well-disciplined.
  • have good deportment.
  • display good school spirit.
  • be able to motivate her house.
  • never have been suspended or expelled from school.

2016 -2017 House Competition Results

House St. Agnes St. Ann St. Bakhita St. Cecilia St. Joan St. Rita St. Theresa
Total Points 665 675 665 590 585 760 640
Position 3 2 3 6 7 1 5
Event              
Ball Relay Race 20 30 50 60 40 70  
Balloon Bucket 20 70 60 10 30 40 50
Balloon Relay Race 50 70 30 60 40 10 20
Credit Unionette Quiz              
Dodgeball 40 20 70 10 60 50 30
Environmental Club Quiz              
Football 10 40 30 60 70 20 50
Late For School 20 50 30 10 40 70 60
Lawn Tennis              
Magic Carpet 10 40 30 20 70 60 50
Music Competition 95 95 85 70 65 90 80
Netball 70 10 30 50 40 60 20
Rounders 70 20 10 40 50 30 60
Sack Race              
Seated Basketball 60            
Sports Trivia Quiz              
Table Tennis 10 40 60 70 20 50 30
Tennis Ball & Spoon 70 40 50 10 20 60 30
The Sponge 50 30 60 20 10 40 70
Three Legged Race              
Time Ball 10 70 30 60 20 40 50
Track & Field Races              
Volleyball 60 50 40 40 10 70 40

2015 -2016 House Competition Results

Updated 2016-02-09 12:15 PM

House St. Agnes St. Ann St. Bakhita St. Cecilia St. Joan St. Rita St. Theresa
Total Points 1697 1493 1097 1267 1348 1919 1657
Position 2 4 7 6 5 1 3
Event              
Ball Relay Race 70 40 30 20 10 60 50
Balloon Bucket 10 70 70 20 30 50 40
Balloon Relay Race 10 50 30 70 20 60 40
Credit Unionette Quiz              
Dodgeball 50 30 40 10 20 70 60
Environmental Club Quiz 65 55 40 60 55 50 70
Football 70 50 30 10 60 20 40
Late For School 60 50 30 20 40 10 70
Lawn Tennis 40 20 60 10 40 70 50
Magic Carpet 70 10 20 60 30 40 50
Music Competition 67 78 92 82 93 99 87
Netball 70 40 30 10 20 60 50
Rounders 40 50 70 30 20 10 60
Sack Race 50 10 30 60 40 70 20
Seated Basketball 60 40 50 10 30 20 70
Sports Trivia Quiz 45 50 45 45 40 50 40
Table Tennis 50 30 20 70 60 10 40
Tennis Ball & Spoon 10 60 20 70 40 50 30
The Sponge 70 70 20 10 50 50 30
Three Legged Race 60 70 10 30 20 60 40
Time Ball 60 10 20 30 40 70 50
Track & Field Races 650 600 270 510 550 890 600
Volleyball 20 10 70 30 40 50 70

2014 -2015 House Competition Results

Updated 2014-02-26 8:50AM

House St. Agnes St. Ann St. Bakhita St. Cecilia St. Joan St. Rita St. Theresa
Total Points 1820 1610 1525 1085 1800 1860 1775
Position 2 5 6 7 3 1 4
Event              
Ball Relay Race 70 50 30 60 40 10 20
Balloon Bucket 70 60 60 20 60 60 10
Balloon Relay Race 30 20 50 40 70 10 60
Credit Unionette Quiz              
Dodgeball 50 20 30 10 60 40 70
Environmental Club Quiz 130 20 120 90 20 90 60
Football 50 10 20 30 40 70 60
Late For School 10 40 30 70 50 60 20
Lawn Tennis 30 70 60 10 20 50 40
Magic Carpet 70 40 30 10 20 50 60
Music Competition 50 50 70 10 70 20 50
Netball 20 60 40 10 50 70 30
Rounders 50 20 70 30 60 10 40
Sack Race 160 150 110 90 80 100 140
Seated Basketball 30 60 50 10 20 70 40
Sports Trivia Quiz 50 30 25 55 40 60 15
Table Tennis 50 60 30 70 40 10 20
Tennis Ball & Spoon 50 10 30 60 40 20 70
The Sponge 50 0 30 30 70 60 40
Three Legged Race 170 150 60 30 120 160 140
Time Ball 10 40 20 30 70 50 60
Track & Field Races 600 590 520 310 690 740 700
Volleyball 20 60 40 10 70 50 30

 

Inter-house Competitions Schedule

See Calendar of Events

Inter-house Competition Training Schedule

Inter-house Competitions Rules

Athletics

  * Students assemble at CHS, then move to the Botanic Gardens for track events.

Ball Relay Race

  1. Number of participant allowed in this event is 6. Two from each category.

  2. A hula hoop is placed at the end of the court stacked with different balls. Students will line up next to the hoop.

  3. A bag is placed on the other end of the court. One at a time they will pick up a ball, run down the court place the ball in the bag provided by the PE. Teacher. The student will then run back down, tag the next person in line who will run and do the same, until all the balls are placed in the bag. After the last ball is placed in the bag, the student who have placed that ball in the bag will run back down to the hoop with the bag and then stack all the balls back so that they fit into the hoop like it was previously stacked.

  4. The team completing this activity first will be deemed the winner in the order, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.

Balloon Relay Race

  1. P.E. Teacher will provide the balloons.

  2. Number of participants allowed in this event is 10. Three juniors, four intermediate and three seniors.

  3. ALL students will stand behind a line Indicated by the P.E teacher. A hula hoop is placed half-way the full length of the court. Students will be asked to pair up. An inflated balloon will be placed between their backs. They will walk down the court; walk right around the hula hoop and walk back up to place the balloon between two other members back. The aim is to keep the balloon between the backs and try to avoid bursting it. The less balloons you burst the closer your chance of winning or placing first. The team to complete the activity first wins, then followed by 2nd, 3rd, etc.

Balloon Bucket

  1. Houses are allowed 8 players maximum and 6 players minimum.

  2. Game will be played using the following rules:

    1. the game will be played on the 100m lane, where students will line up in a single file line.

    2. a bucket will be placed at the end of the line.

    3. (students will toss the watered balloon one at a time for 2 minutes. The team with the most balloons in the bucket will win 1st 2nd 3rd 4th etc.

Dodgeball

  1. Games are 1 minute each team.

  2. An opponent (inside of the circle) is only considered out when hit anywhere below the waist area. Ten (10 - 15) members per house.

  3. At the end of the game, the house with the most members left in the circle wins thegame.

  4. In order to take part in the match, all students must wear their house T-Shirt or a shirt w/out graffiti that is the same colour of your house.

Football

Formation: 5 vs 5
Number of games: 5
Duration of each game: 15 minutes

  1. The house having the most points will win the competition.

  2. All nails should be cut.

  3. No jewellery is allowed on the field of play.

  4. Each player should have their shin guard.

  5. A goal is worth 3 points.

  6. A yellow card is 1 point for the opposing team.

  7. A red card is 2 points for the opposing team.

  8. Each throw in is 2 points for the opposing team.

  9. In the event of a draw, the winner of a game will be determined by penalty kicks.

There will be five games as follows:
Game 1    House 1 vs House 2
Game 2    House 3 vs House 4
Game 3    House 5 vs House 6
Game 4    The winner of Game 1 vs the winner of Game 2.
Game 5    The winner of Game 4 vs the winner of Game 3.

 

 

 

 

 

Late for School

  1. Houses will choose students to represent.

  2. Bring your school uniform and tennis shoe and sock (instead of normal school shoes). Tennis shoe must have lacing.

  3. Lacing must enter through all holes making a criss-cross fashion and then tied.

  4. For this event you need one student from each category.

  5. All students will move together to dress for school.

Magic Carpet

  1. Number of participant allowed in this event is 12. Four students from each category.

  2. The P.E. teacher will provide a shower curtain that is used as a Magic Carpet.

  3. The house captain will select a number and the teams will be timed for this event. The teams will go in the order of the number the captain has selected.

  4. The curtain will be placed upside down and the 12 students will be asked to stand on it. The students must try to turn the carpet over without getting off the carpet. Students are allowed to use their hands, but they must stay on the carpet.

  5. Each house will be given 5 minutes to complete the task. Your position is based on the length of time You take to turn the carpet over without stepping off it. The clock will stop from the time a student step off the carpet at any time.

Netball

  1. The games will be played according to International Netball Rules.

  2. Each house will need at least TEN (10) players for the competition.

  3. Each game will be played in two halves of five minutes.

  4. The competition will be done via a round-robin format.  Positions of the houses to be determined based on the number of games each house wins.

  5. In the event of a tie for any position, the house with the superior Goal Difference will be ranked highest.  This means that from all the games played the total goals scored against the house will be deducted from the total goals scored by the house to give the goal difference.

Rounders

  1. The game will consist of 3 overs per team.  Each over will be 10 balls.

  2. Each house will need at least TEN (10) players for the competition.

  3. The competition will be in a round-robin format.  Positions of the houses to be determined based on the number of games each house wins.

  4. The players should hit and run.

  5. ONLY the bowler and keeper are allowed to hit the players.

  6. The scoring will be done as follows:

    1. 1 complete round = 1 point

    2. 1 full round without stopping = 2 points

    3. No ball = points will be based on number of persons at the poles and the number waiting to bat

    4. Ball hits the roof and returns = 6 points

    5. Ball is hit and sticks on the roof = 6 points and OUT

    6. Ball is hit and goes into the Botanical Gardens = 4 points and OUT

    7. Ball is hit and goes into Convent Prep = 4 points and OUT

Seated Basketball

  1. Number of participants allowed in this event is 5. Two juniors and seniors, and one intermediate

  2. Buckets and balls will be provided to each team.

  3. Each student will be given a ball and they will sit on a chair. The bucket will be placed on a table. Students will be placed in position by the P.E. teacher. After the blow of the whistle students will start the game, by attempting to shoot the ball into the bucket to score a goal. If the goal is scored, she will be awarded one point. The next student will take a turn at the bucket. The team with the most balls in the bucket is deemed the winner.

Table Tennis

  1. Each house will need ONE (1) player to participate [at least TWO (2) persons should be selected].

  2. Students will play ONE game.  The first player to obtain 11 points or the first player to win by 2 clear points after reaching 10-11, will win the game.

  3. The competition will take place on a round robin format.  The student with the highest points will win.

  4. In the event of a tie, one set will be played to decide the winner.

Tennis Ball and Spoon

  1. One tennis ball and one spoon per house.

  2. Spoons and balls will be provided by sports teacher.

  3. This event require 6 participants; 2 juniors, 2 intermediates and 2 seniors. 1 starts the race with the ball in the spoon and runs back to starting point. 1 gives to runner 2, then 2 does the same and comes back to 3, until the 6th person goes and runs back to the starting point. This activity ends when all 6 participants have completed the event.

The Sponge

  1. Number of participant allowed in this event is 9. Three from each category.

  2. One bucket of water with a sponge is placed on one end of the court and one empty bucket is placed on the other end.

  3. Students will take the sponge which will be soaked with water and pass it down to the next until it reaches the last person, who will squeeze the water off the sponge into the empty bucket and pass it back up. This event will be five minutes. The house that collects the most water will be the winner.

Time Ball

  1. Each house is allowed 10 players. Four juniors, three intermediates and three seniors.

  2. One person will be the leader, who will stand at one end of the court.

  3. The other nine members will stand in a single file, positioned behind a marker. At the blow of the whistle, the Leader will send the ball to the first person standing, who will catch the ball, then run around the rest of the members and return to her position, pass the ball back to the Leader and sits down.

  4. The Leader will then pass the ball to the next person standing, who will do the same as the first. The activity continues until the ball reaches the last student, who catches the ball, but does not run around the rest of the players, but sits down right away.

  5. The twist in this, is that if the player or any member drops the ball she must send it back to the Leader, who will pass it back to her again until she catches the ball and run around the rest of the players before the activity can continue.

  6. The first team to win is the one who completes the activity first, second, third, etc.

Inter-house Competitions Points

70 points – 1st place winner
60 points – 2nd place winner
50 points – 3rd place winner
40 points – 4th place winner
30 points – 5th place winner
20 points – 6th place winner
10 points – 7th place winner

 

A House Official should:
be an active member of her house in all school and house activities.
be a model student both academically and in conduct.
be a senior member of her house - Forms 4 to 5.
be well-disciplined.
have good deportment.
display good school spirit.
be able to motivate her house.
never have been suspended or expelled from school.

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