Largest National Flag made with Origami Boats by a Team
As a part of the 75th year of Indian Independence Celebrations, all our students and teachers made 2,30,000 origami boats on November 10, 2022, in 7 hours. These origami boats were gathered together on November 13, 2022, and pasted in the form of a mosaic to reflect the Indian National Flag. A team of 1090 students and 132 teachers was involved for 4 hours and 15 minutes to create the Indian National Flag after which the students and teachers took a pledge together emphasising Green India. SFS Academy broke the record in the category “Largest National Flag made with Origami Boats” by creating as large as 600 square meters of the Indian National Flag surpassing the previous record of 121.50 square meters which was held in Malaysia on December 1, 2001.
Most National Flags Colored by a Team in 1 Hour (Single Venue)
Freedom in the Mind! Strength in the Words! Pride in our Souls! Zeal in our Hearts! Let’s Salute our Great Nation! Yet another World Record attempt, as a part of the 75th year of Indian Independence Celebrations. Yes! All our 1586 students and 132 teachers of SFS Academy coloured 4036 Indian National Flags in a stipulated time frame of one hour and dedicated it to our country with respect and love. This is a new world record breaking the previous record created by 511 participants by colouring 1290 flags in Bahrain on November 22, 2013.
Most Participants Performing in a Sports Drill holding a Ball Simultaneously (Single Venue)
To promote fitness as easy, fun and free and also to spread awareness on fitness and various physical activities we at SFS Academy encourage, educate and impart indigenous sports and fitness activities to students and teachers at all levels. In this context to emphasise health is wealth and to support the Fit India Movement initiated by the Government of India, we at our school broke the world record in the category “Most Participants in a Sports Drill with a Ball Simultaneously (Single Venue)" in which 1241 students performed a drill for 4 minutes and 33 seconds holding a ball with them. Our students created this record surpassing the previous record of 505 participants in Dubai on October 10, 2018.