The great paper plane challenge

Wednesday was a very tense day for the three different houses. As the houses were battling it out in year groups to see who had the best paperplane. Before the house events all the different year groups went beforehand to make their paperplanes for the auditions. I, being a house captain helped Mr Rowlands with the scoring. I also had the privilege of seeing some extraordinary paperplanes.

The competition works when the top paperplane pilot in each house and in each year group gets the greatest length so goes through on the day of the competition. Another thing you have to keep in mind is that every pilot who participates in the auditions gets a point for their house, so every pilot is worth a point. It was also nice to see so many Year threes wanting to take part.

On the day of the event the atmosphere was amazing. The competition works when the winner of year 3 plays the winner of year 4. The results showed they were both Caradog. Then the winner of year 5 played the winner of year six, the results showed in that one that they were a Caradog and a Dyfrig, being me. It was tense but at the end it was the winner in those two semi-finals who got into the grand final with the year 3 and the year 6.  In the end the year six won. Overall it was very tight but Dyfrig just about clinched it.