The sports day or price giving ceremony is an important occasion in the life of every student. Our school management gorgeously arranges this day every year. The students with outstanding achievement although the year and who win the events of the annual sports are given the price on this very day.
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This day is generally observed in February in our school. The memory of this very day of last year resultant in my mind. On that day the atmosphere of the school appeared a festive mood. We decorated the school misuses with numerous flowers, flags, and festoons. The headmaster presided over the ceremony.
The arrival of the guests:
The chief guest was the local MP. The chairman of Dhaka Board was a special guest. The guests arrived at 9.30 am. The guardians of the students were seated in the rows allotted for them. The ceremony started at 10.00 am with recitation from the Holy Quran.
Description: Then the sporting event started. There were several sports events such as high jump, long jump, 100 letter race, 400 letter race etc. The guest was very pleased to see our performance in games and sports. The chief guest and the special guest appreciated our performance. They encouraged us to take part in sports and games.
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Distribution of Price:
After completing the sports events the headmaster read out his annual report. He recalled the progress report that had been carried through during past years, the achievement of our present and ex-student in various fields of activities. The Headmaster declared the names of the students who cut an excellent figure in the year final exam. These students were also given prices for their brilliant result. Then the Headmaster announced the names of the prize winners who imparted on the day’s sports events. The chief guest gave away the price among the students.
I got the second price as I placed myself second n the annual result list. Then I also got the first price for 100 letter race.
Cultural function: In the afternoon, splendid cultural programmers were arranged. We acted Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” on the stage. One of my best friends, Nilu played the role of Portia while I played the role of Bassanio. The audience was very pleased to watch our performance.
Finally, the chief guest rose to speak and he congratulated the institution, the teachers, the students, and in fact, every day for the good works done n the past year and for the day’s sports performance. At 6.00 pm various programmers that were arranged came to an end. It was really a happy day for the students of our school.