Latest News

News

International Indian Public School, Riyadh

Report: Sports Day For Primary Grades (2017-18)

SPORT’S DAY:

All works and no play make Jack a dull boy”. This proverb highlights the importance of playful activities in our life.

Tuesday 07 November 2017 is celebrated as Sport’s Day. It was conducted for one day. The sports day was held for the K.G and Primary Grade I-III. This morning belongs to the children, the children who have put up their heart and soul for the past several days to make this day possible. Sports day brings new energy in the hearts and minds of the children. Sports help improve both physical and mental strength. Our body remains fit and healthy.
“Play is the only way the highest intelligence of humankind can unfold”. Sports day brings new energy in the hearts and minds of the children. Such a great day is celebrated in I.I.P.S. It is our pleasure and privilege to be a part of this event.
It is a special morning of splendor. The programme started with an impressive and encouraging speeches made by our Principal Mr. K.M. Abdul Azeez and Chairman Mr. Abdul Malick to motivate our students.
“Practice like, you have never won, perform like you have never lost.”
Sports and games inculcate leadership, unity and competitive spirit among the students. Students participated in various competing sports activities on this day.
“A healthy sound mind rests in a healthy body”.

Sports teach you character, it teaches you to play by the rules, it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose. It teaches you about life. “Life is also just like a game sometimes you win and sometimes you lose”. But never stop playing.

The various sporting activities include:
Grade- I: Baton Race.
Grade- II: Running with the balls.
Grade- III: Running through the hoops.
The participating students display their ability through these sports. The results were announced immediately. The winners of these games get a sense of proud. Children have done their best and competed in the spirit of sportsmanship and fair play. The students learnt to accept both victories and defeats with grace.
We concluded with the famous saying,” Winners win, winners lose but winners play”.

Leave a comment