Three generations run for fun during Spring Olympics
Vivan Arora and Shreya, both students of class IV of Spring Dale Senior School, were declared Best Boy Athlete and Best Girl Athlete, respectively, in the Annual Spring Olympics (Personality Development Camp) for Class IV. Together they learnt important lessons in team spirit and sportsmanship.
The students, their parents and grandparents participated in activities including Snake Race, Dog and the Bone, Straight Run, Obstacle Race, Glass Pyramid Race, Relay Race and Tug of War (for students), Three Legged Race, tug of war and Musical Chairs (for parents) and Balancing the Ball on Racket for grandparents.
Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said that Personality Development Camps (PDC) organized all round the year for students. “PDC camps are aimed at developing the personalities of the students of different classes. These camps enable students to imbibe values as team spirit and inculcate a sense of sportsmanship in them,” he said.
Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School, and Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, Managing Trustee, Spring Dale Educational Society, said that apart from this, PDC camps also allow students to interact with their friends, teachers, parents and grandparents in a manner that most of them have never associated before. They maintained that such camps are regularly organized with a view to making learning an exciting proposition for the students.
The occasion was also graced by the presence of Mrs. and Mr Anil Joshi and Mrs. Mahzabeen Peerzada Sandhu who cheered up the participants during the events.
Spring Dale Senior School