Baramulla, Nov 14: The G D Goenka School in Baramulla on Tuesday hosted its Sports Annual Day, a spectacular event that showcased the athletic prowess and talent of students from Nursery to class 7th.
The day-long festivities, held at the school ground, captivated parents who were treated to an array of impressive performances.
The event began with an energetic Aerobic Show presented by senior KG kids that set the tone for a day filled with excitement and skilful displays.
From start to finish, the students held the audience’s attention with a variety of activities, culminating in the thrilling balloon race.
The principal of Birla Open Minds International School (BOMIS), Dr. Mehnaz Rehman was Guest of Honour at the occasion.
Dressed in their distinctive in-house uniforms, the students participated in a range of activities, including the Relay Race, Zoomba Dance, Lemon Spon Challenge, and Sack Partner race. The diverse sporting activities showcased the students’ versatility and skill.
The three-legged race, performed by small kids in teams of two partners with one leg tied to another, had parents at the edge of their seats. The display of teamwork and coordination by the young participants left a lasting impression on the audience.
The highlight of the day was the Martial Arts demonstration by the students, drawing enthusiastic applause from the parents.
For many parents, witnessing their children’s performances was an emotional moment, underscoring the pride and joy they felt in seeing the youngsters excel in various sports and activities.
The day concluded with the felicitation of top-performing students who were awarded medals by the school Principal. The school management also felicitated the students in inter-house competitions.
The Director G D Goenka Baramulla, Raja Zubair while briefing about the Sports Annual Day at the school premises said the events not only celebrated the students’ achievements but also emphasised the importance of sports in holistic education, fostering teamwork, discipline, and physical well-being.
“We are trying our best to provide a better platform to our school kids so that they can excel in their academics as well as in other extracurricular activities,” he said.