St. Saviour’s Ikoyi Wins COBIS Primary School Games for 6th Consecutive Time

St. Saviour’s Ikoyi Wins COBIS Primary School Games for 6th Consecutive Time

St. Saviour’s School Ikoyi, was on Wednesday, March 27, in Mombasa, Kenya, crowned champions of the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) Primary Games 2024, for the 6th consecutive time.

The COBIS Games was hosted by the prestigious Braeburn Schools Group – the  biggest schools group in Africa.

According to a statement issued by the school’s officials, “It’s been a journey from our first outing at COBIS 2014 in Abu Dhabi to 2015 in Athens, to 2016 in Astana to 2017 in Milton Keynes to 2019 in Bangkok (then COBIS shut down due to COVID) and to our 6th outing in 2024, in Mombasa, Kenya.”

It was the school’s 6th straight COBIS competition and the 6th straight win as overall champions. It is the second time St. Savoiur’s Schools have won all three events-  outright-athletics, swimming and football.

In being champions of each event, St. Saviour’s Schools was crowned as the overall winners of the COBIS 2024 Primary Games, Mombasa, Kenya.

It is an outstanding achievement for the school, a testament to the children’s wonderful abilities, commitment, dedication and focus.

The school is therefore grateful to the selfless dedication of the  Head of PE – Mr Momodu and the entire P.E. Dept., just as it appreciates the unwavering support the children received from their parents whilst in Mombasa, which really made a difference.

“The management of St.  Saviour’s Schools also

sincerely appreciates Mandilas and First Bank for believing in the team and giving their generous support.

“It is another breathtaking achievement for everyone connected to St. Saviour’s School, Ikoyi and one they can be very proud of and enjoy.

“The school is proud to have achieved this success for Lagos and Nigeria,” the statement said.

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