Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan, celebrated a two-day Junior School Sports Bonanza amidst a cheering crowd comprising parents, students and teachers.
Neeta Rastogi, Principal, Sadhu Vaswani International School for Girls, was the chief guest on the first day of the bonanza which was held recently in the national capital.
Padam Shri awardee G S Randhawa, who is also the first recipient of Arjuna Award and a former athlete, was the chief guest on the second day.
Rajni Kumar, chairperson, Springdales Education Society, along with several distinguished guests graced the occasion.
Welcoming the Chief Guest and others, Jyoti Bose, Principal, Springdales School Dhaula Kuan, said that the Sports Days at Springdales are always filled with enthusiasm, fun and frolic for the little ones who showcase their athletic prowess on the tracks.
The athletic meet kick started with a colourful procession by the children and release of balloons by the chief guests to herald the festive days. The scintillating display of physical activities such as Ship Ahoy, The Circus Comes to Town, Let`s Go Green, Sports for All, Yoga for fitness and Colours of Harmony were well appreciated.
A Taekwando display by the students showcasing the dexterity and precision of the young athletes in action, captivated the exuberant audience followed by the track events which included enjoyable races for the audience.
Affirming the importance of sports and games in our lives, Chief Guest Rastogi, congratulated the little children for putting up an impressive show. Padam Shri Randhawa too, applauded the tiny tots and said that this was one of the best sports day that he attended at the school level in the past 60 years . He also extended help in providing training to the promising athletes of Springdales School at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
Sujata Maleyvar, Headmistress ,Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan proposed a vote of thanks on both the days and congratulated the students, staff and everyone all who helped in putting up a stellar show.