Launceston College is the only state school to take part in this mammoth challenge. 4 days and 125 miles from Devizes to Westminster bridge.
In previous years our teams have finished in the top part of the field and although Covid caused the cancellation of the 2020 event we are all looking forward to the future races.
So far we have had a football competition and and netball challenge. Both were won by Hepworth. Can anyone beat them. Keep watching the Dodgeball is next on Tuesday 17th November. Come on Causley, Trevithick and Rescorla, show us what you can do!!!
Netball Challenge proves very popular (17th Oct 2019)
Sixth Form Challenges start (5th Oct 2019)
As part of the extra curricula opportunities available to our Sixth Form students, the students took part in the first of many sporting challenges. This time it was football, but over the year they will include netball, dodge ball, tag rugby and many others.
Everyone had great fun whether they were playing or supporting their friends. It’s not about top class performances but about being active and having fun.
Well done to everyone in making it a fun time and a exciting competition.
Next up is Netball – Get ready, good luck and enjoy!!!
CERN Visit ( July 2019)
Year 12 and 13 students went to Geneva to visit the largest scientific experiment in the World. They had the chance to go 100 metres underground to visit one of the 4 detector sites on the Large Hadron Collider, the Compact Muon Solenoid. Although they neither discovered any new particles or met Professor Brian Cox, everyone had a good time learning about the nature of the very first moments of the Universe.