House Shout 2018
By: C. Rosenthal
The House shout is a unique opportunity within the academic year where St. Pauls students come to truly embrace the school spirit and work as a team: practicing, learning and bettering ourselves and others each step of the way – adopting a true sense of sportsmanship and standing for our houses, through music. Being a house member in St. Pauls is about working hard, participating in a healthy competition and, perhaps, even achieving first place. As a volunteer for house events, I was encouraged to help coordinate the house shout and support the students involved, something I was glad to do. Being a member of the Windsor house has always been quite an important aspect of my school career, as a means to learning and enjoying the practice of a number of different sports St. Pauls has motivated me to take part in, be it during athletic events, swimming galas or even the physical education classes, where teachers have always taught us to push ourselves to our limits and be aware of our true capacities. Nevertheless, being a Windsor, Tudor or Stuart student is not only applied to the court or the field, but has always been an equally significant aspect within the classrooms and our academic growth, be it concerning bene competitions, creative writing contests or even slam poetry sessions with renowned authors during reading week. This year, the houses decided to encompass a Mamma Mia theme, each of the three houses opting for one of the worldwide known and loved musical: Windsor decided to sing “Waterloo”, Tudor “Mamma Mia” and Stuart “Dancing queen.”
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