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Asiedu Badu (L) joins Ola Williams to present the choreography top prize to St Silvanus School

The very first games designed for toddlers, ?Toddlers Ghana 2014?, rocked the St John?s Grammar Park in Accra last week amid fun fair.

Close to 1,500 children participated in games like soccer, sack race, athletics and choreography.

J?ann International School defeated St. Sylvanus School 2-1 to emerge winners in the soccer event. St Sylvanus made amends in the sack race event to pick the ultimate prize, while Mother Maria followed in second place.

It was Future Leaders who grabbed the first position in the boy?s athletics, with St. Anthony finishing second. Pokuase Methodist were adjudged winners in the girl?s athletics, while St Stephen?s picked the second prize.

A beautiful and well-crafted dance formation by St Stephen?s Academy earned them the topmost prize in the choreography competition with St Anthony R/C and Firm Foundation School following in that order.

Schools and individuals that distinguished themselves took home special prizes donated by sponsors, Djan Wilteh & Associates, BlueCrest College, Indomie Instant Noodles and Baby Cussons -PZ.

The two-day event was put together by X?cutiv Multimedia Africa, headed by Emmanuel Ola Williams who, in an interview, said, ?The toddlers have been sidelined for a long time. We always relegate them to the background when it comes to organizing events.

?We at X?cutiv thought it prudent to put this together for them to also have fun and express themselves. After all, we say all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

?The kids really had fun, and this has encouraged us to make it an annual event,? he added.

The Special Guest of Honour was Daniel Asiedu Badu, Director of Education ? GA West.

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