The four houses, Nyika, Mulanje, Viphya and Zomba, paraded in their beautiful colors, green, blue, yellow and red, respectively, at the start of the day. The torch-bearing ceremony signaled the start of the sports day on Thursday, 8th December 2022.
A competitive round in the 300m under 13 girls’ race, but the highlight of the race was when two friends held hands to encourage each other to the finish line, a beautiful spectacle of teamwork.
The boys 300m race was extremely difficult, but Young Ali remained calm and maintained his pace all the way to the finish line. He will undoubtedly be the lightning rod of his generation. Mr. Fatsani joined the race, motivating the boys to keep going and setting an example for them.
Youngsters competed in races of 150m, 400m, 200m and 100m, with
each category revealing the next Olympic champions.
The 100m hurdles race demonstrated to the spectators that these learners are not deterred by obstacles.
Learners cheering for their houses and friends, teachers encouraging their learners not to give up and everyone trying out a new activity created a fun, celebratory, and one-of-a-kind atmosphere.