SARD: Sabjipur Government Primary School Children won the kabbadi clash against the Private School children0
An overwhelming enthusiasm and response was seen at the Kabbadi and quiz competition organized between the children of government primary schools Sabjipur and private schools of the area. The kabbadi final was won by the government primary school children, Sabjipur sinking the opponents of MS Public school Sabjipur. Enthralled by the performance of these children the school headmistress Ms.
Neelam said “I didn’t expect that young children can ever participate in competition but the way they played today and won I am very happy to see their energy and enthusiasm.” This initiative was organized under the SARD- Partage programme on holistic development of children and Adolescents of the fakeerpur and Sabjipur, an urban Slum and village respectively in the Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh.
Similar sports events to promote a culture of sports with education has been laid by SARD-Partaege team through various activities like children fair etc., Before this kabbadi rout, stakes of winning the event were high for the private school children as government school children are deprived of any physical education instructor and good nutritious diet and any regular sports practice by these children. Three private schools and one government primary school of sabjipur participated. It was very spectacular and youthful environment. Winner’s trophy was grabbed by Government Primary school and Runners UP trophy along with individual token of appreciation were given to 30 participants from all schools to promote interest of children towards sports and games.
Too develop knowledge and excellence base for children in Sabjipur village a very motivating and exuberating Open Quiz Meet for all was organized at the government Primary School Sabjipur. Around 100 children participated. Lots of questions regarding general knowledge, health and hygiene were asked to children and for each correct answer children grabbed individual prize like soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes etc.
It was very energetic and engaging event for the children, youth, villagers, members of Community Based Organization and teachers of the Sabjipur village, one of the intervention villages under the SARD- Partage programme.