Kids from a cross-spectrum of backgrounds joined hands together with their skills and knack for creativity, gastronomic delights, arts and cultural activities at the Carnival of colours and creativity.
In the end, these tiny tots were taking part in the charity fundraiser for the needy in the local society, thus inculcating the habit of sharing and caring for society.
The event took place on March 24 at the Injaz school premises where half of the usual basketball courts and football pitches were used for the students VS teachers’ and parents’ tournaments, and the other half was magically transformed into a plethora of food stalls, horse rides, henna, face painting, jumping castle, photo booth and some creative artefacts from the students of the special needs section.
“Celebrating motherhood through this carnival and creating an opportunity for students to have a hands-on experience of management and business establishment, Al Injaz celebrates the Carnival as its annual event, said Amita Sharma, Director of the School.
The Carnival was a huge success as people from all over Muscat visited the premises and experienced for themselves how creative and fun Al Injaz Private School can be. The organisers assured that it's going to be even better and bigger, lighting up more happy faces enjoying the time spent with the carnival.
Every now and then, we all need to have a break from our everyday lives, and the best way to do it is by having fun activities with the ones we care about the most. And when we add a noble cause such as collecting funds and resources for the needy, the Carnival organiSed by the School was marvellous to both eyes and hearts'', said a parent of a special child.