PUPILS shone despite the rain at the Trinity Academy sports day.
Students from all years took part in the event, which included all the classic disciplines such as the 100m, 200m and 400m.
Pupils at the academy at Holmfield are split into colleges and competed on these grounds.
Oliver emerged as the overall winners with 480 points, with fierce competition from Redgrave and Hockney colleges with 456 points and 423 points respectively.
Spectators kept spirits high despite occasional drizzle with placards and banners to cheer on their friends.
Outstanding performances on the day came from Year 11 student Cody Parkin, who gave a great all-round effort in a variety of events while Chris Godridge, also Year 11, won both the 800m and 1500m.
Richard Partington and Terri Oldfield also received plaudits for their commitment on the day.
A spokesperson for the school said: “The first Trinity Academy sports day was an overwhelming success with a great atmosphere and friendly rivalry between academy colleges.”