For the 8th consecutive year, Sacred Heart College celebrated its SportMalta Schools Sports Day within the first week of school. Nearly 400 eager students and teachers gathered to partake in a day filled with excitement and physical activity.
The event sprawled across the entire junior school, making use of every available space, including three playgrounds, the school hall, and its beautiful gardens. The day’s games were designed to be non-competitive, focusing on keeping students active, having fun, and honing the skills they had developed in previous years.
The Sports Day featured a diverse range of activities, including football dribbling, basketball shooting, skipping rope, obstacle courses, juggling, bean bag toss, gymnastics, hopscotch, dance, and garden exploration, among others. With 15 stations, one for each class, students remained active for a continuous 120 minutes.
Sacred Heart College considers its first Sports Day an important occasion, as it marks the beginning of the school year and fosters a sense of community within the school. This celebration of physical activity and unity is a cherished tradition, creating lasting memories for both students and staff.
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