The Primary Sports Day held on 24th Feb 2022, on St. Mary’s Muhaisnah grounds, ushered in a sense of returning to the pre-covid times.   The stage was set for some real action after a long time!

The Programme started with an Opening Ceremony at 7.30 am.  The Primary students of Y1 to 6, led by the Head Boy and the Head Girl, paraded around the school campus, to the marching tunes of the St. Mary’s Muhaisnah Band.  They then lined up on the Football field, grouped according to their House Colours.  After the National Anthem played by the Band, the students were led to Oath Taking by the Headgirl.  The Prayer was led by another member of the Student Council.  Following this,  the Sports Meet was declared open by the principal, Mr. Jaime Roth. 

A major attraction of the event was the Zumba display by the different year levels.  All the students showed their commitment to remaining fit through the steps and moves that they mastered well and thoroughly enjoyed.  The cool February morning did promise a beautiful day! 

According to the time slots allotted, students of the different year levels in the Primary section took part in the track and field events.  There were competitive flat races and relays and a wide variety of fun games for all students to enjoy.  Parents and fellow classmates cheered the participants as they displayed their athletic feat.  The event progressed smoothly with clockwork precision, assisted by the teachers and student leaders.  The atmosphere lifted the spirits of all.  

The track and field events were followed by the exciting football, basketball, and badminton (singles) matches.  The teams fought tooth and nail to bag the winner’s medal! 

The last event of the day, Tug of War, played by students of years 5 and 6 was another thrilling sight! The Houses competed with each other with dogged determination to win the top spot.  

The day was indeed hugely satisfying and successful!

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