Toronto Bangla School, running by HSDN International, organized Family Park Day - 2020 and Award Winning Ceremony for Essay Writing and Art Competition. This event was funded by Climate Action...
In order to free from boredom during this pandemic period, families, especially children and kids, enjoyed the 2nd Family Park Day – 2020 organized by Toronto Bangla School, running by Holistic Sustainable Development Network International (HSDNI). The event was funded by the Canadian Red Cross.
On 5th September, 2020, students of the Toronto Bangla School, parents/ guardians and all of the members of the Toronto Bangla School Committee attended the event at Dentonia Park (80 Thyra Ave, Toronto, ON) from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
To bring the families, children and kids together, kids and family events were arranged by following the social distancing rules of the City of Toronto, An “Open Art Competition” was arranged among all of the children and kids. Smiha, Nowreen, Shoha, Arian, Safwana, Afia, Afrida, and others performed in the “Open Art Competition”.
“Through the Ball in the Basket” was arranged among the junior (KG. 1 – Grade 3) and senior (Grade 4 – Grade 5) groups of the children and kids.
“The Memory Competition” was arranged for the parents and guardians of the Toronto Bangla School.
Among the participants of “Through the Ball in the Basket”, Armi (1st), Safwana (2nd), Tazrin (3rd) and Arman (4rd) were awarded in the junior group, and Afrin Aliha (1st), Nowreen (2nd) and Afia (3rd) were awarded in the senior group.
Shaila Parvin (1st), Poni (2nd) and Runa Siddiqui (3rd) awarded in the “Memory Competition” for the parents and guardians of the Toronto Bangla School.
All the participants of the “Open Art Competition” were given prizes.
Community events, activities and gatherings are a great way to connect with others. Getting together with members of families is an essential factor that helps to create strong bonds, connections, and relationships in the community. It provides opportunities for participation, skills development, volunteering and social, cultural economic and environmental developments. It is helpful in coping with challenges, instill a feeling of security, inculcate family values, fill kids with confidence, and much more. By arranging the Family Park Day, Toronto Bangla School brought families together, especially children and kids, to improve their learnings, activities, skills and feel free from stresses, especially during the pandemic period. Toronto Bangla School is committed to improve the community buildings in future through these types of activities.