Gulf English School celebrates Zootopia Carnival

 05 Mar 2017 - 12:19

Gulf English School celebrates Zootopia Carnival

The Peninsula

Students and staff at Gulf English School (GES) ushered in Zootopia Carnival recently. 

This splendid festival held at the Junior School grounds hosted a series of sports, workshops and competitions. Over 500 children participated with much vigour and enthusiasm.

As always it was a great day with the usual fun and games with some added extras; including bouncy castles, ring toss, sweet stalls, guess the name of the teddy, sponge the teacher, Music a BBQ, Beat the goalkeeper to name a few. Moreover, it was for the first time GES finished the Carnival with a colour run around the school. The colour was a great success and stole the show.

“Zootopia Carnival is a festival to celebrate the inner talent of every student. We are glad as we take this opportunity every year to provide a platform for students and thereby, appreciate and encourage them. We are also overwhelmed by the response received from students and would like to congratulate all the winners and participants,” Carnival organiser, Lewis Bacchus from GES said. 

Parents really appreciated the extracurricular activities and skills of these young students and found it very much aligned with the current standards required for all round development of the children.