It starts with a fashion show parade from Grade 1 to Grade 6. The children are already wearing costumes from their respective homes. These costumes are special because besides being good and unique, they are also made from recycled materials.

After the costume parade, the children took a rest and prepared for the usual Dhuha prayer. After Dhuha prayer, the exciting competitions began. These competitions were divided into 3 categories. The first category included competitions for classes 1a, 1b, and 1c. The second category included competitions for classes 2a, 2b, and 2c. The third category included classes 4a, 4b, 5, and 6.

The competitions started with the clog race and balloon relay. The children competed to win the first place. As for the clog race competition, class 1 won in category 1, class 2 won in category 2, and in category 3, the winner was
For the balloon relay, the results were: class 1 won in category 1, class 2 won in category 2, and class 3 won in category 3.

In the second session of the competitions, there were rubber band relay races, pencil into bottle races, and banana eating contests. The results were: class 1 won in category 1, class 2 won in category 2, and in category 3, the winner was
In the last session of the competitions, there were sack races and sarong relay races. The results were: class 1 won in category 1, class 2 won in category 2, and in category 3, the winner was
The competitions are now over. The children were gathered to receive their prizes. Whether they won or lost, what matters most is that all the children are happy and can feel the direct experience of striving to achieve something.
The celebration activities for the Indonesian Independence Day were concluded with the Dhuhr and Friday prayers together at the school.
The children then happily returned home.