Date: Aug 7, 2013
Today is Pei Tong Primary School’s Lower Primary Sports Day.
Every one wear red shirt today. The upper primary will be celebrating the National Day. While the lower primary students are having their sports day today.
Me and my wife are part of PSG (Parent Support Group). However, today, she has to sent Kay Kay to Lorna Whiston first. So, I get to come to Pei Tong to become one of the helper.
Our job is simple. When the last students/runner in the relay race cross the finishing line, raise the class card board. Simple. No Problem.
So, what is the benefit? You get to take photos and videos at close range. 🙂
Check out the 97 photos I took using iPhones. I should have brought my camera along. But I thought I am going to be busy and will have no chance using it. Well, I regret it. So, please bear with me, at least we can see all the kids in the following album link on facebook. (Sorry, only my friends can see).
OK. Before the game start, let’s make a vow. We promise to behave well in the race, no cheating, must respect others, it’s just a game… blah blah…
So, we are glad that they learn these from the school. 🙂
Jay Jay running in Game #2 the Zig Zag Race. OK. Somehow the instruction did not stated clearly to the Primary 1 kids, so, you see there are two sides running in a relay. So, Mr. Kenny Chua have to blow the whistle so to restart the race.
OK. Jay Jay is running again. (Sorry that I did not video the whole race, because, I need to watch out for the Care 1/Respect 1 lane last student who cross the finishing line. Have duties in hand. HaHaHaHa)
I think this hula hood thingy is very difficult. You can see the kids roll the hula hood here and there. HaHaHa
OK. This is the last Game. The baton race which is quite competitive.
Every one did well because they all want to get these.
At the end, every one best a medal. It is nice that they gave out consolation price too for every class who did not make it to the top 3.
The Care3 class.
This is probably the first medal he gets from school.
His good buddy – Lukas also gets a medal.
Two happy kids.
Daddy, this is my medal.
Son, daddy is proud of you. 🙂