ANNUAL SPORTS DAY (3rd Feb 2018)


Sports are quintessential for physical as well as mental good health. A potpourri of different dance forms, track events and fun games was presented by Grades I to V in Annual Sports Day, held on February 3, 2018. It endorsed the thought of ‘Native Sports of Our nation' and was dedicated to the rich and versatile sports culture of our country.


The State Coordinator of SCERT, Ms Shruti Shukla graced the event as the Chief Guest. Presence of the Chairman Mr. Rajesh Mayor and Vice Chairperson Ms. Neerza Mayor added pounds of elation and enthusiasm amongst the Mayorites.


The event commenced with pinning of badges to the dignitaries. The tri-colour balloons, representing the free spirit and a tribute to the nation were released to declare the event ‘Open’. The Students took oath to participate in the event wholeheartedly, adhering to the rules and regulations of the sports. The Melodious choir mesmerised the audience with the ever motivating School Song.


The students exhibited their agility and suppleness through a magnificent performance, displaying Gymnastics and Yoga. The thunderous performance of skaters, showcasing different moves and formations left the audience spellbound.


The students from Grades I and II amused everyone present with the Fun Games. The Mayorites enthralled the spectators with their sharp and catchy movements of Aerobics on the beats of foot tapping music. The Pom-Pom Drill by the young Mayorires stole away the hearts. A display of self-defence techniques through Karate performance was highly applauded by everyone.


The students proved their mettle and won various positions in track events. The special attraction had been the Fun Games meant for the parents, which delighted the audience as well as the participants. The effervescent dancers presented various dance forms.


The winners in various events were awarded with medals by the reverend Chief Guest. The Chairman Mr. Rajesh Mayor and Vice Chairperson Mrs. Neerza Mayor applauded the enthusiastic participation by the Mayorites. The Bhangra  performance by the vibrantly attired students was a treat to the eyes. The fun fulfilled day ended with high tea, organised for the parents, guests and the participants