Sports Day at Nazareth Academy

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

December 5, 2023

Sports have the power to inspire and change the world. Nazareth Academy, Gaya, celebrated the much-awaited Annual Sports Day on Dec. 4, 2023, for classes 1 to 5 on the sprawling grounds of the school.

The events started with the hoisting of the school flag and the declaration of the sports meet opened by the Chief Guest, Prof. Venkatesh Singh. An inter-house march by classes 4 and 5, along with the band group, displayed spectacular synchronization and left everyone in awe.

The students displayed their strength and stamina in various athletic events. The enthralling class drills were held between the sports competitions, displaying extraordinary agility and coordination. The event continuously lays emphasis on the importance of sports in the child and focuses on the goal of reviving the sports culture at the grassroots level.

1 Comment

  1. Marie-Thérèse "Tess" Browne, SCN

    👏🏽 Bravo👏🏽 Students at Nazareth Academy, Gaya🥁 💐Congratulations on a successful Sports Day.🏆🎖🥈🥉Brings back memories of my days in St Catherine’s House @ Holy Name Convent High.
    May your experience of camaraderie and inspiration carry you along this year.🙏🏽


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