Taarana’s Sports Days are not just fun games, but a testament to our students’ indomitable spirit and abilities.
The MBPJ Multipurpose Hall in Petaling Jaya buzzed with excitement recently during Taarana School’s Sports Day. Students, parents, and staff of the QI Group came together for a day filled with enjoyable and motivating activities.
The event started with an energetic opening ceremony led by select Board members of the QI Group. They skillfully launched volleyballs into the air, aiming for parachutes held by team leaders representing the Green, Blue, and Red Houses.
The activities that followed were thoughtfully planned, showcasing the students’ talents and determination.
One great activity, the ‘Wonderful Parachute’, showcased the students’ exceptional teamwork and coordination. They created mesmerising patterns and formations beneath the parachute, leaving the audience in awe of their collective effort.
Another exciting sport, the ‘Sparta Relay Run’, demonstrated the students’ agility and endurance as they swiftly passed batons to their teammates. The crowd was again captivated, fuelling the students’ determination to succeed.
The ‘Stacking Cups Challenge’ was one of the most engaging activities of the day. The students showcased their agility and precision by skillfully building towers using colourful cups, demonstrating steady hands and unwavering focus.
The cheers from the audience provided constant encouragement, motivating the students to construct impressive structures.
Many parents also actively participated in the games, with the highlight being the beanbag-throwing activity. As they honed their aiming skills and aimed for the finish line, parents enjoyed fostering a stronger bond with their children. Laughter and cheers filled the air, creating a warm and inclusive atmosphere.
The event concluded with a prize-giving ceremony, where the Red House emerged as the champions. The winners’ faces glowed with pride as they received their well-deserved medals and prizes.
“Taarana’s Sports Days are not just a series of fun games, but a testament to our students’ indomitable spirit and extraordinary abilities,” Principal Dr Sunitha Sivakumaran said. “The event also served as a poignant reminder of the students’ exceptional progress and achievements.
Events such as this are also a heart-warming reminder of the endless possibilities within every differently-abled child, the incredible impact sports can have on their lives, and the joy it brings.