SportMalta Schools Sports Day brings Fun and Fitness to St. Margaret College Verdala Secondary School.
Year 9 students at St. Margaret College Verdala Secondary School recently had the exciting opportunity to participate in this event, joining other schools locally and internationally in celebrating the importance of physical activity. The event was all about promoting sport, health, and fitness, while encouraging students to adopt a lifelong commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
The day kicked off with a brief introduction, where students learned that many schools across Malta were simultaneously taking part in this event, making them part of the #BeActive community. The students then enthusiastically engaged in a variety of activities, including basketball, football, sprinting games, strength challenges, and recreational team-building games, all within a 90-minute action-packed event.
One of the primary goals of the day was to emphasize that sports can be both fun and inclusive. By participating in these activities, students not only had a great time but also gained a deeper understanding of how sports can help them become more competent, confident, and eager to maintain a healthy lifestyle. SportMalta Schools Sports Day was a fantastic way for students to enjoy physical activity while learning valuable lessons about the benefits of staying active.
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