Congratulations to The School of Built Environment and Architecture for winning the Schools Championship 2017
On 4th May 2017 the last Schools Championship event of the year was held finishing with the School of Built Environment and Architecture winning the third event in a row having come top on the quiz show, Enterprise Challenge and the Games day.
They win with a 420point lead over the School of Applied Science in second and the School of Health and Social Care in third.
(Left photo)Schools Championship presentation, left to right LSBSU President Temi Ahmadu, Dean of the school of Built Environment and Architecture Charles Egbu, VP Education Sodiq Akinbade and Director of Education and Student Experience Harry Lawner. (Centre photo) Alper Unal. (Right Photo) Two students winning the cup at the third event.
The Games Day and last event for the Schools Championship 2017 saw a range of games from Chess to Mario Kart, Pool to Foosball being played in the Students Life Centre Venue Bar. The day ending with the School of Built Environment and Architecture winning three events and getting the top score of 380 points from the games. The School Of Business coming second with 280 points and The School of Engineering coming third with 260 points.
What is the Schools Championship?
The schools championship is a competition between the seven Southbank schools, where each school is invited to select champions for different types of event. The Championship consists of three challenges throughout the year that members of each school can compete in, in order to win points and ultimately be declared the best school in Southbank. As well as this prestigious title the winning school will also receive The Schools Championship Cup! Each event has 1500 points up for grabs with additional prizes to be won throughout the events.
Every event is unique and staff and students will need to compete alongside one another in order to secure points for their school. The first event was the Gameshow Quiz in December and the second was a fundraising challenge where champions can compete to raise money for charities of their choice!
The schools championship is the ultimate test of physical ability, mental agility and determination. Will your school be victorious?
Results table 2016-17