The four houses gathered at the front of the Main Building for the annual test of sheer strength – The House Tug o’ War. Six boys and six girls from each house were selected and ends were chosen at random. First off were Collingwood and Grey. In a best of three, Collingwood won two in a row. Stephenson then took on Bewick in a strenuous heave and Stephenson emerfed vicyorious after a tough 2-1 pull. In a hard-fought final, Collingwood overcame Stephenson with two strong pulls, winning overall. The children and their vociferous and enthusiastic coaches all deserve special praise!
Firstly, the Pre-Prep Cross Country Competition took place at Mowden on Friday, swiftly followed on Saturday by the Prep Schools Competition, which kept everybody... Read More
Children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 represented Mowden at a big Cross Country running event , which started at Gateshead International Stadium.... Read More
There was superb weather for the school’s second attempt to hold the annual Summer Fete and everyone basked in the lovely sunshine, enjoying the... Read More