'If you talk to a person in a language he understands, that goes to his head; If you talk to him in his language that goes to his heart.'- Nelson Mandela
The students of Class II-A presented an assembly on Tuesday, 18 February 2020 to mark the Matribhasha Diwas. It provided an opportunity to the students to know more about the significance of the mother tongue in their lives. The students were enlightened about its world wide annual observance to promote awareness of the linguistic and cultural diversity. The assembly commenced with a melodious song. The Thought for the Day emphasised on the need to respect the various languages. Students shared interesting facts about different languages spoken across the globe. The poem also highlighted the importance of mother tongue in our lives. The assembly concluded with an interesting quiz.
'Holi is a day to express love with colours. It is a time to show affection. All the colours that are on you are of love.'- Anonymous
The students of Class II C presented a vibrant assembly to mark the occasion of Holi on Tuesday, 3 March 2020. The assembly commenced with the Thought for the Day which encouraged everyone to spread the colours of peace and happiness and also urged them to keep the environment clean. The significance of the festival was depicted through a beautiful poem. A motivating skit stressed upon the use of dry and organic colours and the need to save water. The students shared interesting facts and the precautionary measures to be under taken while enjoying the festival. The assembly concluded with a melodious song which highlighted the true spirit of Holi.
'Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world'- Harriet Tubman
The students of Classes V C, D and E presented an assembly to mark the ‘World Radio Day’ and the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarojini Naidu, the Nightingale of India, also known as Bharat Kokila on Tuesday, 11 February 2020.The assembly commenced with a Thought which inspired everyone to work with sincerity. The students presented some interesting facts related to Sarojini Naidu’s life and her role in the Indian freedom struggle. This was followed by Radio Show which highlighted the importance of radio and its adaptation in new technological forms, which enables it to reach to the masses all across the globe. A melodious song motivated the audience to forge ahead in life with vigour and enthusiasm in order to fulfill our dreams. The assembly ended with a Quiz which helped the students to understand the significance of the World Radio Day and the contributions made by Dr. Sarojini Naidu towards the Indian struggle for freedom.
'Spring translates earth’s happiness into colourful flowers'– Terri Guillemets
An array of activities were organized for the tiny tots of the Infant Wing to mark the occasion of Basant Panchami on Wednesday, 29 January 2020. Worksheets related to the spring season were done and later displayed around in the school premises. The importance of the festival and the details of its celebration were reiterated to the children through PPTs. An assembly was also organized, which commenced with a beautiful choir and a melodious recital of Saraswati Shloka, thus invoking the blessings of the Goddess of Learning. The children spoke about the significance of Basant Panchami. The assembly concluded with a mesmerizing group dance presentation.
The spirit of Basant Panchami was visible all over the school as both the children as well as the teachers were dressed in yellow clothes and also savoured the yellow coloured delicacies which they had brought in their tiffins. The day was celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm.
Students of Class III-D presented an assembly to mark Basant Panchami on Tuesday, 28 January 2020. The assembly commenced with a beautiful bhajan in praise of Goddess Saraswati, thus invoking the blessings of the Goddess of Learning. The children shared relevant information about the significance of the festival. A beautiful poem heralding the advent of spring was appreciated by everyone. The spirit of Basant Panchami was visible all around the Junior School as the students wore bows made from yellow ribbons and savoured the yellow coloured delicacies which they had brought in their tiffins.
'We are Indians, firstly and lastly.'- B.R. Ambedkar
A special assembly was organised in the Infant School to celebrate India’s 71st Republic Day on Friday, 24 January 2020 with great pride and jubilation .The tiny tots mesmerized the audience with a medley of patriotic songs. Students shared some relevant information about this National Festival. A lively dance performance, followed by a grand parade and a short skit, truly highlighted the patriotic fervour and the rich culture and diversity of our country. The assembly concluded with a message to remember the valuable contributions made by our leaders and encouraged everyone to do their bit in carrying the legacy forward.
'A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.'- Mahatma Gandhi
Students of Classes II – V presented a special assembly on Tuesday, 22 January 2020 to commemorate the 71st Republic of India. The assembly commenced with a patriotic song ‘Meri Jaanm Bhumi…’, which was melodiously sung by the Junior School Choir. Students of Class II presented facts about Republic Day and Subhash Chandra Bose. The poem ‘Gantantra Diwas Aa Gaya’ celebrated the spirit of unity.
It was followed by a Talk Show which highlighted the role of the leaders who drafted the Indian Constitution and the duty of our future generation towards the progress of the country. The celebration filled everyone’s heart with patriotic fervour and pride.
'Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.'- Oprah Winfrey
As the new year steps from its teens into the sparkling twenties, the students of Class III C presented an assembly on Tuesday, 14 January 2020 to herald in new resolutions, new vistas in learning, activities and the chance to start a new chapter in our lives. The new year resolutions, as well as the story and the poem, helped the audience to understand that the new year stands before us like a fresh blank page and we can help to write a story by setting goals. The assembly concluded with a foot tapping song that helped to spread good cheer among all.
'Christmas is truly Christmas when we celebrate it by giving the light of love to those who need it the most.'- Ruth Carter Stapleton
A special assembly to celebrate Christmas was presented by the students of Class II on Friday, 20 December 2019. The assembly commenced with the lighting of the Christmas tree and a melodious song to usher in the spirit of festivity. The students spoke about the significance of Christmas and the teachings of Jesus Christ. It was followed by a wonderful performance on the drums. The students presented a thought provoking skit which emphasized that the essence of Christmas is not just gifts and cards but helping those who are less fortunate. The children mesmerized the audience by singing beautiful Christmas carols. The assembly ended with the address of the Principal, who urged the students to celebrate Christmas in its true sense by being humane in their deeds and actions and by spreading kindness.
'Water is the driving force in nature.'- Leonardo DaVinci
An assembly on Water Conservation Day was conducted by the students of the Infant School on Thursday,19 December 2019.The assembly commenced with a rally, wherein the students of Class I chanted inspiring slogans to emphasize upon the importance of water in our lives. The tiny tots also suggested different measures that should be adopted to conserve this precious natural resource. The children recited poems to motivate everyone to act responsibly and use water judiciously. They also participated enthusiastically in various speaking and colouring activities. The celebration enabled the students to realize that every drop of water counts and they need to save water in order to save life.
'I choose not to place DIS in my ability'- Robert M. Hensel
The students of Class IV-E presented an assembly on ‘World Disability Day’ on Tuesday,3 December 2019.The assembly commenced with a skit which highlighted the personal experience of a child, who was unaware of the special needs of a disabled person. Thereafter, the students talked about the awareness and etiquette that should be kept in mind while dealing with people having any kind of impairment.
In an effort to highlight the importance of this day, some motivating life stories of real life heroes who did not let their physical or mental condition hold them back in anyway were narrated. The assembly ended with a beautiful thought inspiring everyone to enjoy their life and to be grateful to God for all His blessings. The assembly was a successful endeavour in sensitizing the students and motivated them to boldly face all hurdles in life.
'We cannot stop natural disasters but we can arm ourselves with knowledge: so many lives wouldn't have to be lost if there was enough disaster preparedness.'- Petra Nemcova
The exuberant and jubiliant spirit that Diwali brings is unmatchable. To add to the festive fervor, students of class III presented a special assembly on Tuesday, 22 October 2019. The programme commenced with a group song highlighting the positivity Diwali brings with it. A short but meaningful skit on child labour in the cracker factories, pollution due to crackers on the flowers, birds and animals and not to forget our Mother Earth made the audience introspect.
The Nukkad Natak highlighted the powerful message of the dire consequences of bursting crackers. A group elocution saluting the soldiers who spend their Diwali at the border so that we can enjoy a carefree Diwali brought tears in the eyes of the audience.
The assembly ended on a positive note, motivating everyone to dispel the darkness of ignorance from their lives and to brighten the world with their good deeds.
'We cannot stop natural disasters but we can arm ourselves with knowledge: so many lives wouldn't have to be lost if there was enough disaster preparedness.'- Petra Nemcova
An assembly on International Day For Disaster Reduction was presented by the students of Class IV-A on Tuesday, 15 October 2019. The students highlighted the importance of this day by creating an awareness among the audience about the various preventive measures that can be adopted to reduce the perils caused by disasters like earthquakes and fires. The students also presented a poem personifying Mother Earth, crying out to her children to take adequate measures to save humanity from natural and man made disasters.
The assembly encouraged all to become responsible citizens so that they help in reducing their exposure to disasters and learn the importance of controlling the risks that they face.
'Dussehra signifies the victory of good over evil.'- Maharishi Valmiki
The festival of Dussehra was celebrated in the Junior School on Friday, 4 October 2019 with a lot of fervour. The students of Class III-D sang a beautiful bhajan that truly emphasized the victory of good over evil. Two thought provoking stories convinced the audience that no matter how intelligent a person is; his pride will be the reason for his downfall. The assembly helped one and all to introspect and try to become a better person.
Kaveri House presented the special assembly on the occasion of GANDHI JAYANTI. Bapu's 150th birth anniversary celebration started with his favourite bhajan ‘Vaishnav jan toh…’ followed by a skit, dance performance, poetry recitation and Gandhiji's invaluable contribution to the nation and the world at large. Everyone was encouraged and motivated to follow his principles of non-violence, dignity of labour and cleanliness.
'There can be no greater gift than that of gifting one’s time and energy to helping others without expecting anything in return.'- Nelson Mandela
An assembly to commemorate Gandhi Jayanti and World Elders’ Day was presented by the students of Classes II and IV on Tuesday,1 October 2019. The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Principal, Mr. Vibha Singh, Richa Issar, President, Kamla Bakshi Elders’ Home Society, inmates of the old age home and grandparents. This was followed by a presentation by the young sitarists mesmerizing the audience with their melodious notes. This was followed by an interesting Radio Show reflecting upon the importance of ‘Swachata’. The teachings of Gandhiji were highlighted by his famous three monkeys. Bhajans and patriotic songs were sung by the students instilling the feeling of the patriotism in all. The importance of strengthening the bond of the youngsters with the senior citizens was also highlighted. Children even talked about the necessity of spending quality time with the senior citizens by extending a helping hand and engaging them in various activities, thus breaking their monotony and loneliness. The children also presented a dance highlighting the importance of caring for the elders. The assembly also gave an insight into the importance of grandparents in a child’s life and the joy of serving the aged.
'Teachers should be the best minds in the country.'- Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
The students of Class III A presented a special assembly to mark the occasionof Teachers’ Day on Tuesday, 3 September 2019.The assembly commenced with a melodious song followed by a ‘Shlok’ highlighting that the teacher is next to God himself. It was followed by a short acrostic poem highlighting the qualities of teachers that make them so endearing. A heartwarming poem was recited by the children as a mark of respect for their caring and hardworking teachers.
The interesting Talk Show struck a contrast between the present day education system and the Gurukul system that existed in earlier times. The children presented a delightful dance performance to pay their tribute to the teachers for their selfless service. Beautiful cards as a token of gratitude, were presented to all the teachers by the students. The assembly ended on a positive note, making the bond between the teachers and students even stronger.
'There can be no greater gift than that of gifting one’s time and energy to helping others without expecting anything in return.'- Nelson Mandela
Delhi Public School Rohini not only believes in the all round development of children, but also expects them to perform their duties whole-heartedly towards the society. We constantly believe in creating a society which cares for elders. Keeping this in mind, the students of Class IV-E presented an assembly on ‘The Joy of Giving’ on Tuesday, 27 August 2019.The assembly commenced with a beautiful thought which inspired everyone that life isn’t about getting and having, it’s about giving and being. The children highlighted the importance of taking care of the elderly people, thus making them feel cherished and loved. The importance of strengthening the bond of the youngsters with the senior citizens was also highlighted. Children even talked about the necessity of spending quality time with the senior citizens by helping them and engaging them in various activities, thus breaking their monotony and loneliness. The assembly gave an insight into the importance of grandparents in their lives and the joy of serving the aged.
'Set your heart upon your work, but never upon its reward.' – Lord Krishna
Students of Class IV D presented a vibrant assembly on Janamashtami on Tuesday, 20 August 2019. The young and enthusiastic students enthralled one and all with a melodious and high-spirited bhajan, sung in praise of Lord Krishna. The Thought for the Day motivated the students to be dedicated and truthful to one’s own self. This was followed by an inspiring presentation which highlighted the life and teachings of Lord Krishna. It encouraged everyone to be generous and righteous in life and help everyone in need. The beautiful relationship of Radha and Krishna was depicted through a dance performance. The assembly ended on a positive note motivating one and all to imbibe Lord Krishna’s teachings and make the most of our lives.
'When injustice becomes law, rebellion becomes duty'
India celebrates its Independence Day on 15 August every year. Our school celebrated India’s Independence Day through an assembly presented by Ganga House. The assembly began with a mesmerizing folk song followed by a visit of Narad Muni who entertained all of us. A unique element in the assembly was the compering in 3 languages- English, Hindi and Punjabi. The assembly also consisted of a play through which we were reminded of our country’s glorious past. We came to know about various flags issued during the colonial rule in India. The icing on the cake was a graceful and beautiful dance performance symbolizing the importance of freedom. It was followed by a poem recited in two languages -English, Hindi, as well as for the deaf and dumb. The students were enlightened with the happenings around the globe followed by an entertaining quiz based on patriotic songs. The assembly left all the students enthralled and in awe of our country’s rich culture, heritage and glorious script.
'Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country'- John. F. Kennedy
Gaiety and patriotic fervour marked the Independence Day celebrations in D.P.S Rohini as students of Class V presented a special assembly to celebrate this national festival on Tuesday, 13 August 2019. The assembly commenced with the Thought for the Day and a melodious patriotic song which evoked the feelings of oneness in one and all. A few students gave an insight into the various changes that our National Flag had gone through since its first inception and also some of the historical milestones in its evolution.
A presentation, highlighting the role of the brave warriors in India’s Freedom Struggle, inspired the students to take pride in the achievements of our country. The motivating poem, ‘Aazadi Ka Matlab’ instilled a feeling of pride in them for their incredible country and urged one and all to contribute in their own way to the progress of our nation. The assembly came to an end with the National Anthem glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity.
'The Greatness of a Culture can be Found in its Festivals.'- Siddharth Katragadda
An assembly on Teej was presented by the students of Class IV-B on Tuesday, 30 July 2019. The assembly commenced with a beautiful sitar recital of some nostalgic old memories which mesmerized the audience. The Thought for the Day motivated us to celebrate all the festivals with great enthusiasm. Dance, an integral part of Teej celebrations, saw the students in colourful costumes, ushering in the monsoon season and the festive spirit.
The students also presented a Talk Show – ‘Festive Wheel’ , which focussed on the different types of Teej and how they are celebrated in our country.
The monsoon festival was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm and it helped the students to understand and bond with the festival.
DPS Rohini organized a special assembly on the theme ‘Van Mahotsav’ on 26 July 2019 to instil the value of social responsibility in the students toward safeguarding trees and forests.
The morning assembly began with watering of ‘Tulsi Plant’ by the school Principal, Ms. Vibha Singh. A talk show was presented by the students highlighting the importance of preserving trees. Trees have been man’s friend since times immemorial & it’s our duty to protect them was the message which was conveyed through a dance performance. The school Principal, Ms. Vibha Singh in her speech highlighted the importance of preserving trees & encouraged the students to plant saplings & nurture them. Students also took a pledge to plant trees and protect them.
'If conservation of natural resources goes wrong, nothing else will go right.' M S Swaminathan
An assembly on World Nature Conservation Day was presented by the students of Class IV-A on Tuesday, 23 July 2019. The enthusiastic children mesmerized all with a melodious song appreciating the bounties of nature.
The energetic street play conveyed the message that the greatest threat to our planet Earth is the belief that someone else will save it. The students also voiced their concern through a poem about the depletion of natural resources and reiterated the fact that it is our planet and we need to protect it in every possible way. The assembly encouraged all to become a responsible global citizen and take the initiative of saving our planet.
'A man doesn’t plant a tree for himself. He plants it for posterity.' Alexander Smith
Van Mahotsav Assembly was presented by the students of Class III on Tuesday, 16 July 2019. The enthusiastic children touched the cords of all with a beautiful song.
The Thought for the Day reiterated the necessity of planting more trees. The energetic performers of the ‘Nukkad Natak’ made the audience aware about the harmful effects of cutting trees indiscriminately. The children reminded everyone about the ‘Chipko Movement’ and encouraged one and all to protect trees and save them from being felled. The assembly helped to reaffirm our duty to plant more trees.
'A good education is a foundation for a better future’ - Elizabeth Warren
An assembly to commemorate the 25th year of Foundation Day was presented by the students of Class V E on Tuesday, 09 July 2019 with great enthusiasm. The assembly commenced with the raising of the school flag by the Principal. The Thought for the Day motivated the students to understand the importance of being together. A melodious song reiterated the importance of school in one’s life. This was followed by a poem ‘Climb the Steps One by One…’ that encouraged the students to understand their potential and be determined, yet patient in achieving their goals in life. The ‘Talk Show’ took the audience through the journey of success of DPS Rohini.
The assembly concluded on a positive note with the students promising to forge ahead and bring laurels to the school.
Various activities such as Birthday Balloon Designing, Birthday Card Designing, Book Mark Designing and Catalogue Designing were also conducted to mark the occasion.
‘The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence.’ – Rabindranath Tagore.
Students of Class V-C presented an assembly to mark the birth anniversary of the great scholar, poet, writer and composer, Rabindranath Tagore on Tuesday, 7 May 2019. The students presented some interesting facts about Tagore’s life which gave an insight into the achievements of this great personality. The ‘Thought for the Day’ reflected Tagore’s vision of being proactive to achieve our goals. The dance performance left the audience mesmerized. Children presented a melodious song which instilled a feeling of patriotism and love for the motherland. The students recited the famous poem ‘Where the mind is without fear…’ which truly inspired everyone to overcome the darkness of ignorance, prejudices, disunity and to promote fraternity for a progressive and a better society.
‘All labour that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence’ - Martin Luther
An assembly on ‘World Labour Day’ was presented by the new admissions of Class IV on Tuesday,30 April 2019 which gave them an opportunity to introduce themselves to everyone in the Junior School. The students felt proud being a part of the institution and expressed their gratitude for the same. The assembly commenced with a skit which gave an insight to treat people who help us in our daily routine with compassion .The students also highlighted the need ,importance and significance of the role of the workers in our lives.The helpers of the school were thanked for their continuous efforts in the upkeep and maintainence of the school in order to make the lives of everyone comfortable. The students also presented a ‘Thank You’ card to them to express their gratitude for all the labour rendered by them. The assembly concluded on a beautiful note- ‘There is no work big or small. Beautiful hands are those, that do work, all day long.’.
A special assembly on ‘Earth Day’ was presented by the students of Sabarmati House on Thursday, 25 April, 2019.
The assembly commenced with the watering of the ‘Tulsi’ plant by the Principal and the Vice Principal Ma’am. This was followed by a mellifluous musical rendition appreciating the ‘beauty of the earth’ by the school choir. Students of Sabarmati House presented a talk show highlighting innovations in waste management. Tips on ‘protecting the earth’ were given by a Member of the Environment Council. A vibrant dance performance showcasing the splendour of Mother Earth was presented. The assembly concluded with the administering of a ‘pledge to protect the Earth’ by the Principal.
‘Books are a uniquely portable magic.’ — Stephen King
Reading is one of the most important ways of knowing the world around us. Children, who read often and widely, get better at it. To celebrate the spirit of reading, DPS Rohini observes ‘World Book and Copyright Day ‘on 23 April each year. To strengthen this bond with books, various fun filled activities such as Star Reader, Book Mark Making, creating an Award Trophy for any of their favourite books or authors and creating Book Collages were organized for the students of Classes II-V. The entire school community also participated in the ‘Whole School Reads Together’ programme. All these activities were organized with the aim to foster a love for reading among the students.
“Dance is the hidden language of the soul.” Martha Graham
An assembly on World Dance Day was presented by the new admissions of Class II on Tuesday, 23 April 2019 which provided them with an opportunity to introduce themselves to everyone in the Junior School. The assembly commenced with an inspiring Thought for the Day. Information regarding the various prevalent dance forms was provided to all. A group of children recited a poem highlighting the importance of dance in our lives. A beautiful dance performance was enjoyed by all. The assembly concluded with the much awaited quiz. The assembly was a successful endeavor in creating awareness about the varied forms and techniques of dance.
‘Earth provides enough to satisfy everyone’s need but not everyone’s greed”-Mahatma Gandhi
Students of Class V-B presented an assembly to celebrate the Earth Day and World Heritage Day on Tuesday 16 April 2019. The assembly commenced with the watering of a plant by the Principal to emphasize the need to nurture plants .The students pledged their allegiance to save Mother Earth which was followed by a beautiful rendition by the choir. The group elocution-’A Plea by Mother Earth’ highlighted the deteriorating condition of our planet and urged mankind to save it. The importance of the three R’s- reduce, reuse and recycle and other simple ways to save our Earth were explained elaborately. A few students gave an insight into some of the famous World Heritage sites and the ways to preserve and conserve them. The assembly concluded with a dance recital and a poem ‘India’s Rich Heritage’, which made the students aware of India’s rich cultural heritage.
‘Everyday is a new beginning, forget about what might have been and look at what can be.’ - Marsha Petrie Sue
Students of Classes Prep and I presented an assembly to usher in the new session on Monday, 15 April, 2019. The students spelled the message they wanted to give with the help of an acrostic poem on WELCOME. The Thought for the Day inspired the students to welcome each day as a new beginning and to follow their dreams. This was followed by a beautiful song by the students of Class I. The assembly concluded with the Ganesha Vandana.
‘To keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear’. -Buddha
Truly highlighting this, an assembly was presented on World Health Day by the students of class V-A on Tuesday, 9 April 2019.The assembly commenced with a beautiful prayer followed by an enlightening thought which inspired one and all to stay healthy. The poem, ‘Health is Wealth’ reiterated the facts that it is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver. Students also provided a few tips to keep oneself healthy and cool in order to beat the summer heat. The assembly concluded with the much awaited quiz. The assembly was a successful endeavour to create awareness among the students about the need to keep themselves healthy.
An assembly in honour of 'international Women's Day was presented by the enthusiastic students of class III-D on Wednesday, 6 March 2019. The students appreciated a few of the many influential women from various walks of life, who are a source of inspiration of all of us. They highlighted the fact the there is no stopping the fair gender once they set their mind to it. This was followed by an interesting poem. The assembly was informative and inspiring.
The students of Class III-A presented an interesting assembly on World Radio Day and the birthday of Dr.Sarojini Naidu ,the nightingale of India on Tuesday,12 February 2019.The assembly began with a presentation wherein the children highlighted the important events of Sarojini Naidu’s life and her role in the Indian freedom struggle.Then a unique radio show ‘Little Rockers’ was presented highlighting the importance of the radio and its adaptation in new technological forms which enables it to reach the widest audience in the world.The assembly ended with a Quiz which helped the students to recapitulate the value of the radio and significance of World Radio Day.
“ If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language , that goes to his heart .” Nelson Mandela The students of Class III B presented an interesting assembly on Monday, 19 February 2019 celebrating Matra Bhasha Diwas. The assembly began with a presentation, highlighting the importance of mother tongue in our life. This was followed by group recitation of a poem in Hindi singing praises of our mother toungue. The students also saluted the mother tongue of different states in their respective languages. The assembly was concluded with a patriotic song ‘Hind Desh ke Niwasi’, which was sung very enthusiastically by the students. In the end the children conducted a short quiz which helped the students to recapitulate the value of mother tongue.
A Republic Day special assembly was held in the school premises on 25 January, 2019. The assembly commenced with the Morning Prayer, thought for the day followed by a beautiful rendition of patriotic songs on sitar. A mesmerizing poem on ‘Tiranga’ and a talk show on India’s achievements was presented by the students. Thereafter, the winners of the inter class patriotic song competition, class VII D presented their winning song which was followed by a beautiful choreography on the rules of hoisting our National Flag. The Assembly ended with the Principal’s address to the students on the occasion.
An assembly on ‘National Mathematics Day’ was presented by Class –IV-A on the birth anniversary of the great Indian mathematician, Dr. Ramanujan. It showcased some interesting and unknown facts about some of the famous Indian mathematicians.A melodious song ‘Jab Zero Diya Mere Bharat Ne ’mesmerized the audience.An interesting presentation-‘Math-e-magic’ inspired thechildren to learn Vedic Maths. It was followed by a beautiful poem-‘That’s Mathematics. To make the assembly more meaningful a quiz was conducted. The assembly concluded with thePricipal’s address.
An Earth Day special assembly was conducted by the Brahmaputra House on 19th April 2018. The assembly started with the morning prayer followed by the news, thought for the day, facts about earth & environment, quiz and a dance performance. The children presented a beautiful song and recited a poem on the theme.
This was followed by Principal ma’am watering a plant and the students taking a pledge to do their bit in saving the environment by switching off the fans & lights when they leave their class.’ In conclusion, the background information and the importance of ‘Earth Day’ was shared with all.
An assembly on the theme “International day of persons with Disability” was conducted by the students of Yamuna House on: 6.12.18. A play was staged highlighting the theme and conveyed the message that “Every cloud has a silver lining”. The play was followed by a poem recitation and enactment.
In conclusion the rights of the disabled persons were clearly outlined and the message conveyed that every individual is important in his own way.
“I choose not to place – ‘ DIS ‘ in my ability “. ---- Robert M. Hensel
The students of Class V C presented an assembly on – ‘International Day of Persons with Disabilities’ on Tuesday, 04 December 2018. In an effort to highlight the importance of this day, the students enlightened everyone about some of the amazing specially abled Indians who have not let their disability hold them back in anyway. The poem ‘ Nine Gold Medals ‘ by David Roth was enacted. Personal experiences of their visit to - ‘ Vision Special School ‘,as a part of ‘ Social Initiatives Progr- -rame‘, were shared by the five students of V C who had got the opportunity to observe the children with special needs at close quarters.
The children of Class IV C participated in an assembly to commemorate the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev on Tuesday, 20 November, 2018. The students presented melodious songs and dance to mark the occasion. They also recited a beautiful poem on the sayings of Guru Nanakji. The highlights of the occasion was the news which was presented in Punjabi. Nagar Kirtan was also a part of the assembly.
“The first happiness of a child is to know that he is loved.” – Don Bosco
To celebrate the birth anniversary of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, the teachers and students of DPS Rohini, Jr. School organized a special light hearted assembly on Thursday, 15 November 2018. The teachers presented a beautiful song and a group dance while Ms. Annu and Ms. Neha entertained the students with a poem and the thought for the day respectively. The students were very excited, and they applauded each performance with great enthusiasm. The Principal addressed the students and encouraged them to enjoy their childhood which is the best time in a person’s life. The assembly concluded in a positive note.
A Special assembly to celebrate Diwali in school was conducted by the students of Narmada House on 2nd November 2018. The assembly commenced with the morning prayer followed by the thought for the day. A few facts related to Diwali were shared with the students. A skit was staged by the students reflecting on the cultural aspect of the festival and how it brings joy and happiness to all. The hazards of bursting crackers were also highlighted by the students. A wonderful dance performance was presented followed by the news and quiz. Lastly the entire school took a pledge to not burst crackers.
‘An ounce of prevention is a worth a pound of cure’-Herbert
To reinforce the fact, the students of Class III-A presented an informative assembly on International Day of Disaster Reduction on Tuesday 9 October 2108. The aim was to raise awareness about the prevention and mitigation of disasters. Students highlighted many facts related to disaster management. They also apprised every one of the type of disasters, their causes, impact and curative measures. The assembly equipped everyone with the knowledge for managing disasters.
'Gandhi was inevitable. If humanity is to progress, Gandhi is inescapable. He lived, thought and acted, inspired by the vision of humanity evolving towards a world of peace and harmony.’- Martin Luther King
Students of class V presented a vibrant assembly on Gandhi Jayanti on Friday, 28 September 2018. The young and enthusiastic students enthralled one and all with melodious and high-spirited bhajans of Gandhiji. The children enlightened the audience about the significance of a few things associated with Gandhiji, such as, his stick, sandals, glasses, dhoti, watch, charkha and last but not the least, his well-known three monkeys. Through a rapturous presentation, ‘Gandhi Ek Gatha’, the students showcased Bapu’s life story which is full of courage, determination and willpower and reiterated his timeless message - to combat injustice and cruelty with love and truth. The students urged everyone to live in harmony so that peace can be restored in the country which would ultimately help to fulfil Gandhiji’s dream of a unified and clean country. The consistent effort was to make the audience understand Gandhiji’s message - ‘Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind’ and to propagate the values of peace, brotherhood, cleanliness and respect towards others. With nearly 100% participation, this celebration was an engrossing one for the audience.
'Set your heart upon your work, but never upon its reward.'
Students of Class VE presented a vibrant assembly on Janamashtami on Tuesday, 28 August 2018. The young and enthusiastic students enthralled one and all with a melodious and high-spirited bhajan, sung in praise of Lord Krishna. The Thought for the Day motivated one and all to work with dedication and devotion. This was followed by an enchanting and colourful presentation which highlighted the life and teachings of Lord Krishna. The students also provided information on how Janamashtami is celebrated in different parts of India. The Dahi Handi dance was mesmerizing. The students also encouraged everyone to be righteous in life and believe in their abilities. The consistent effort was to propagate the values of truthfulness, generosity and respect towards others. The assembly ended on a positive note motivating one and all to imbibe Lord Krishna’s teachings and make the most of our lives. With 100% participation, this celebration was an engrossing one for the audience
An assembly on Rakshabandhan was presented by Class-VD on Tuesday, 21 August 2018. A group of recitation of the poem “Rakshabandhan” narrating the story of Rani Karmavati and Emperor Hamayun enthralled the audience. The students also presented a Talk Show – Festive Wheel, in which there was a discussion on how the festival is celebrated in various parts of the country. The assembly was concluded with an interesting quiz and the National Anthem.
The 71st Independence Day morning assembly was conducted by the students of Kaveri House .The assembly commenced with the prayer followed by the thought for the day. A song titled ‘Vande Mataram’ was presented by the students of Classes VII and VIII. The song was followed by a street play titled ‘Is Bharat Ki Kahaani’. A patriotic dance was presented by the students of the House followed by the news updates and quiz.
An assembly on the World Nature Conservation Day was presented by Class-II on Tuesday, 17July 2018. A thought provoking message motivated the students to do their bit in conserving nature. A beautiful poem reinforced the fact that conservation is state of harmony between men and land. The students spoke about some nature conservation measures. It concluded with an interesting quiz on the same.
The Independence Day has great importance in every citizen’s life. This year the students of the Infant School proudly celebrated the 72 Independence Day with great patriotic fervour. A week-long celebration and activities were planned from Friday, 10 August 2018 to Tuesday, 14 August 2018 to mark the occasion.
The school was decorated with the tri-colour theme. Various activities like badge making, paper tearing and finger printing were planned for the little ones.
The celebrations concluded with an assembly by Class-I, saluting the great souls who sacrificed their lives so that we might live freely. It motivated the audience to do their bit to make India a better place to live in.
Students of Class III presented an assembly on ‘Vanmahotsav’ on Tuesday, 10 July 2018. A skit highlighted the recent incident of cutting of trees in Delhi. In the skit, the children appealed to the judge stating the reasons for saving trees. A poem was also recited expressing the concern about the felling of trees so indiscriminately and the need for growing trees. The assembly came to a close with the students of class III adopting a plant and promising to nurture them.
‘Wings are like dreams. Before each flight, a bird takes a small jump, a leap of faith, believing that its wings will work.
That jump can only be made with rock solid feet.’
Highlighting this, an assembly on Foundation Day was conducted on Tuesday, 03 July 2018 by the fresh faces of Class V, who have joined the institution in this academic session. The young and enthusiastic students enthralled one and all with a melodious and high-spirited prayer. The Thought for the Day motivated all to work with dedication and devotion. This was followed by a story narration of the growth of a seed which encouraged everyone to aspire emerge as leaders. The interesting Talk Show took the audience further through the journey of progress and success of DPS Rohini. The play ‘Believe in Yourself’ reiterated the belief that we become what we believe. The students also reminded everyone about their duties towards this renowned institution. The assembly ended on a positive note with the students promising to forge ahead with all their might and determination, with the aim to rise high and bring laurels to our school. Various activities, such as, Book Mark Making, Penning of Thoughts, Logo Designing etc were conducted to mark the occasion.
The celebrations on Earth Day commenced with the assembly presented by Brahmaputra House on 20 April 2018. The programme began by watering of the plant – by the Principal, Mrs. Vibha Singh, Vice Principal Mrs. Kanika S Govi, Student Secretary Environment council and Teacher Incharge Environment Council. This was followed by a melodious rendition of the song ‘Yeh Kaun Chitrakaar Hai’. The assembly highlighted the importance of protecting trees as well as caring for Mother Earth and protection of its resources, along with a beautiful thought for the day. Yashika of Class IX –C presented a Hindi poem titled ‘Paryavaran Ko Kaise Bachayen’. A scintillating dance was also performed depicting the spiritual essence of our Mother Earth. Secretary Environment Council shared a few tips on how we as individuals can make a difference to the environment. Quiz was conducted by the Quiz masters Aishwanya Sangwan of Class 7-C and Raghav Nagpal of Class 9- B. The assembly was concluded by the pledge. Principal, Mrs. Vibha Singh addressed the students and urged them to do their bit to maintain the greenery of our precious planet and also conserve its resources.
Students of Class IV presented an assembly to celebrate the Earth Day and World Heritage Day. The assembly commenced with the watering of a plant by Principal ma’am to emphasize the need to nurture plants .The students pledged their allegiance to save Mother Earth followed by a beautiful rendition ‘Jeeo Aur Jeene Do’ by the choir. A short play stressed the importance of the three R’s- reduce , reuse and recycle to save our dear Earth. A few students gave an insight into some of the famous World Heritage Sites and the ways to preserve and conserve them. The assembly concluded with a dance recital and a poem ‘India’s Rich Heritage’, which made the students more empathetic towards India’s rich cultural heritage.
‘It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.’ Truly highlighting this, an assembly on World Health Day was presented by the students of class V in order to create awareness among the students about the necessity of keeping themselves healthy. The assembly began with an enlightening thought which reiterated the fact that we should keep our body in good health in order to keep our mind strong and clear. An interactive talk show truly highlighted the fact that both physical and mental health of an individual need to be taken care of and even emphasized that health is our only constant companion in good or bad times. This was followed by a street play, which reiterated the pros and cons of adopting an unhealthy lifestyle. Thereafter, the students provided a few tips on maintaining good hygiene in order to stay healthy. The assembly an endeavour in conveying the message that ‘A sound mind resides in a sound body.’
A special assembly was presented by students of Class III on Wednesday, 27 September 2017 to mark Dussehra and Durga Puja celebrations. The assembly commenced with a melodious Ram bhajan. The students then depicted the celebration of this famous festival in Nepal, Indonesia, Kullu and other parts of India. This was followed by showcasing of preparations of Ramlila by different characters. The significance of this festival was elaborated upon by the young enthusiasts, which was truly an eye opener. The children highlighted the message of good over the evil. It was indeed an informative and learning experience.
A special assembly was organised by the students of Class IV on Tuesday, 26 September 2017 to mark the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Gandhiji. The assembly commenced with Gandhiji’s favourite bhajans. The significance of the humble, earthly possessions of Bapu were discussed. Lesser known facts of the Mahatma were indeed an eye opener. Anecdotes from the great man’s life instilled in the children the need to be truthful at all times. A talk show with some unusual guests – the three monkeys associated with him, stole the show. The assembly concluded with the much awaited weekly quiz on the topic.
Students of Class II B presented an assembly to observe the ‘World First Aid Day’ on Tuesday, 12 September 2017. Students shared tips on how immediate help can be provided in various emergency situations. This made the students aware of the importance of first aid and how timely help can save a life. A mesmerizing dance performance by the students of Class V was a part of the First aid week celebration. The choir ‘Heal the World’ was enjoyed by all. A pledge as part of our ‘Cleanliness drive’ was also taken up.
A special assembly on Independence Day was organised and conducted by Sabarmati House on Monday 14 August 2017. The assembly started with a melodious patriotic song. The song was followed by an inspiring thought. Students also talked about India’s great achievements in the year 2016 – 17. A poem, a talk show and a dance were presented on this occasion. A quiz was also conducted on freedom fighters. The assembly ended with a patriotic Hindi poem which was recited by a student and composed by his father. It was an inspiring, enlightening and a thought provoking assembly which motivated the students to be instrumental in bringing a change in the society.
‘Patriotism consists not in waving the flag, but in striving that our country shall be righteous as well as strong.’ Students of class V presented a vibrant assembly on Independence Day on Monday, 14 August 2017. The young and enthusiastic students enthralled one and all with a melodious and spirited song. The children enlightened the audience with a few interesting facts on the Indian Independence. Through a rapturous and energetic presentation, the students reminded everyone about the sacrifices of our brave leaders and patriots in gaining independence for our country. The students urged one and all to do our little bit in restoring peace in the country in the true sense and sincerely try and eradicate all the evils of the society. The consistent effort was to make the audience understand the true essence of freedom and to propagate the values of peace, brotherhood and respect towards others. With 100% participation, this celebration was an engrossing one for the audience.
Students of Class II presented a lively and vibrant assembly on Janmashtami on Thursday, 10 August 2017. The children presented a melodious song in praise of Lord Krishna. A powerpoint presentation also enlightened the children with a few lesser known facts about his life. Through a dance drama the children depicted scenes from his life, thereby highlighting the importance of values in our lives today. The children also emphasized on the preaching of the Bhagwad Gita. Keeping alive the culture of dahi handi, the children enacted the same. The assembly was engrossing and thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.
A special assembly on ‘World Hepatitis Day’ was presented by the students of Class III-D on Tuesday, 08 August 2017. ‘World Hepatitis Day’ recognizes that a healthy environment is the foundation of a stable and productive society. This special awareness programme highlighted the symptoms and the precautions to be taken when infected by this viral disease. The students enacted a talk show whereby they dressed up as health experts. This was followed by a special interview of Mr. Amitabh Bachan who shared his fighting sprit against this disease. A group of students also presented a musical message and some students also talked about the latest health news. Two students presented a humorous conversation between two cartoon characters on Healthy Food and Junk Food followed by quiz based on this theme. The assembly concluded with a beautiful note, that ‘Time’ and ‘Health’ are two precious assets. We at DPS, Rohini believe in contributing positively towards our country and the world as a whole.
A special assembly to celebrate Raksha Bandhan was organized by the students of Class IV on Tuesday, August 1, 2017. With 100% participation, this celebration was an eye-opener for the audience. The young and enthusiastic students enthralled one and all with melodious songs and dance presentations. The consistent effort was to make the audience delve beyond all the fun and frolic and understand the true spirit of this age old festival – that is to propagate values of peace, brotherhood and respect towards women.
Students of Class IV-C presented an assembly to celebrate the birth anniversary of the great scholar, poet, writer and composer Rabindranath Tagore on 9.5.17.The Role Play and interesting facts of Tagore’s life gave an insight into the achievements of this great personality. TheThought for the Day truly reflected Tagore’s vision of being proactive to achieve our goals. The song ‘ Jodi Tor Dak Shune….’ inspired the students to go on their path alone if no one responds to their call.
An assembly on International Workers’ Day was presented by students of Class IV B on Tuesday, 2 May 2017. The comperes spoke about the importance of the day at the international level. Then the students were made aware of the workers around us through an interesting ‘Talk Show’. The assembly was an eye opener for-all the students and they understood their duties towards their teachers, parents, maids and so on.
The Earth Day and World Heritage Day assembly was presented by students of Class V. The Principal watered a Tulsiplant and led the children to pledge their allegiance to Mother Earth. The melodious song by the Junior School Choir urged one and all to take care of Mother Earth. ‘Rang Birangi Dharti Bachao’, a presentation, reiterated the importance of the three R’s- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. A short poem entitled ‘India’s Rich Heritage’ made each one aware of our valuable heritage and stressed upon the need to preserve it. The assembly ended with a colourful dance performance portraying Unity in Diversity. The assembly successfully conveyed the message of saving Mother Earth and preserving our rich cultural heritage.
An assembly to observe the International Women’s Day was presented by the enthusiastic students of class II-D on 7.03.17. The students appreciated a few of the many influential women from various walks of life, who are a source of inspiration. They highlighted the fact that there is no stopping the fair gender once they set their mind to it. The assembly was informative and very inspiring.
The students of Class III B presented an assembly on Tuesday, 24 January 2017 to celebrate the Republic Day. The assembly began with an inspirational song by the school choir-‘Aarambhya Hai Prachanda Hai’. The students recited Rabindranath Tagore’s poem ‘Where the mind is without fear’ A foot tapping dance performance on a patriotic song was presented by the students. The students also shared a few facts about the importance of the day. As proud citizens of the nation, the students pledged to carry out their duties with sincerity. Two video presentations were also shown to the students. Students of Classes II-V dis worksheets on theme Republic Day.
The Delhi Public School, Rohini organised a special assembly on Tuesday January 24, 2017 on the occasion of the 68th Republic Day of the Indian Constitution. The programme commenced with a Dance Drama depicting a unique perspective on the true meaning of freedom. This was followed by a speech by Vanshika Goel, highlighting the significance of this day in Indian history. Following this was a mellifluous rendition of patriotic songs by the school choir, after which Vanshika Batra presented a poem highlighting the sacrifices of great heroes who gave up their lives for the cause of national independence. The School Principal Ms Vibha Singh greeted the students on the occasion of 68th Republic Day, inspiring them to be responsible, hardworking and sincere in all their endeavours. The programme ended with the National Anthem.
The tiny tots of Infant school presented a special assembly celebrating the ‘Spirit of Christmas’ on Friday, 23 December 2016. The program began with the lighting of the Christmas candle by the Principal. It was followed by a ‘Medley of carols and enactment’, ‘The Spirit of Christmas’ and a power point presentation. The energetic dance performance with ‘Snow is Falling’ enthralled everyone. The humming notes of ‘Jingle Bells’ that had Santas dancing on the stage, marked the Grand Finale. Various activities were planned in the classrooms wherein children made Christmas cards, stockings, Christmas trees and Christmas bells.
Students of the Junior School observed Human Rights Day on Tuesday, 6 December 2016 with a special assembly conducted by Class IV- D. The students highlighted the importance of Human Rights and how these rights help in the progress of the nation. The thought for the day and the poem were inspiring and motivating. Students also performed a ‘Street –play ‘, depicting real life situations to spread awareness about Human Rights.
The assembly on International Day of Persons with Disabilities was presented by the students of Class IV -C on 29.11.16. The success stories of a few famous personalities were presented. Through the assembly the children highlighted the fact that as young children they need to be sensitive towards the needs of the people with special needs and have the right attitude towards them.
Students of Class IV-A presented an assembly to observe the ‘International Day of Tolerance’ .The Thought for the Day as well as the poem sensitized the students to respect all individuals, irrespective of their colour, caste or creed. The students also focussed on some of the ‘Golden Words’ like acceptance, patience, sharing etc. which would help an individual adopt a tolerant attitude towards others. The assembly inspired the students to become more tolerant towards their fellow beings and respect humanity.
The Junior School celebrated Children’s Day with great enthusiasm and fervour on 15 November 2106.It was a day when the tables turned and the students got entertained by their teachers.The assembly began with a meddley of songs presented by a group of teachers.A short story on Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru’s life and some interesting facts related to celebration of Children’s Day across the globe were presented by the teachers.A poem titled ‘Bachpan’ touched everybody’s heart.A story enactment was put up which was enjoyed by all.At the end,the colourful dance performance got one and all to tap along.The assembly concluded with an address by the Vice-Principal.
A special assembly on the occasion of Diwali was organized by the students of Class II on Tuesday, 25-10-16. The children presented a poem on Diwali- “A Celebration of Life” based on values such as sharing and caring. Tips on Eco Friendly Diwali were shared by the children of Class 2. The Puja Dance left everyone mesmerized. They sang and danced on the peppy song “Happy Diwali” The assembly concluded with the address by the Principal.
A Special assembly to celebrate an Eco friendly Diwali was held on 20 October 2016 by Class XI-B. The assembly was held in the form of talk show in which students raised the issue of children involved in the making of crackers in Sivakasi and the hazards caused by bursting of crackers. President Environment Council - Malvika Chadha gave tips to students to celebrate Diwali in an eco-friendly manner.
An ounce of prevention is a worth a pound of cure’. To reinforce the fact, students of class IV D and IV E presented an informative assembly on International Disaster Management Day. To aim was to raise awareness on the prevention and mitigation of disasters. Students highlighted many facts related to disaster management. They also apprised everyone of the type of disaster, their causes, impact and curative measures. They assembly equipped everyone with the knowledge for managing disasters.
The junior school of DPS Rohini celebrated Dussehra and Durga Pooja on Tuesday, 4-10-16. A special assembly was presented by class –V which showcased a melodious rendition ‘Mahishasura Mardini ’- on the various avatars of Maa Durga. A beautiful poem AAYA DUSSEHRA- welcoming the arrival of Dussehra memerized the audience. It was followed by DASHAAST- a musical presentation depicting triumph of virtues over vices. To make the whole event more meaningful there was a video presentation on ten facts about Durga Maa according to Hindu Mythology. The assembly concluded with the address by the Principal.
A special assembly on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti was organized by the students of Class II on Tuesday, 27-09-16. The children presented an insight into Gandhiji’s life through an inspiring play presentation. The students of Junior School choir transported the audience to the early 20th century with their melodious song ‘Aaj Hai Do October Ka Din’. The heart warming quotes by Bapu were shown through a video presentation which left a great impact on the young minds. The dance performances showcasing ‘Unity in Diversity’ and on ‘Vaishnav Jan’ left everyone mesmerized. The assembly concluded with the address by the Principal.
The students of class II – C and D presented the assembly on the theme ‘World First Aid Day’ on 14.9.16. The children spoke about the importance of first aid in various emergency situations like nose bleeding, cuts and wounds, heat stroke etc. It also aimed at spreading awareness about maintaining a first aid box at different places. The assembly concluded with an interesting quiz.
We are not just teachers; we are managers of the world’s greatest resource: Children The students of classes IV and V applauded the tireless efforts of the teachers through a Special Assembly on 6 September 2016. A poem and a song dedicated to teachers, a heart touching story depicting the special bond between the teacher and the pupil and insights into a teacher’s life were the highlights of the Assembly. Various activities like writing an acrostic poem, designing ‘Thank You’ cards for teachers, bookmark making, quotation writing on education and Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan were organised for Classes II – V. All these instilled love and gratitude for the true personification of knowledge and wisdom so beautifully ensembled in the form of a mentor.
A Special assembly to celebrate World Nature Conservation Day was held on 27 August 2016 by Class IX-A. The assembly highlighted the importance of protecting trees as well as caring for Mother Earth. The programme began by watering of the Tulsi plant by the Principal Mrs. Vibha Singh, Vice Principal Mrs. Kanika S Govi, students and teachers of the Environment Council. This was followed by a song sung by the school choir. A street play was also staged in this regard. Principal, Mrs. Vibha Singh addressed the students and urged them to play their roles in maintaining the greenery of our precious planet and also conserve its resources.
When you love God, you love everything beyond illusion and doubt.’ To dissipate the darkness of ignorance and enlighten every soul with the love of God, students of class IV presented a beautiful assembly on Janamashtami. The assembly began with an invocation as the choir sang in praise of the Almighty. This was followed by ‘rocking the cradle’ by the Principal, Ms Vibha Singh . Students presented different stages of Lord Krishna’s life and conveyed the message embodied by the Supreme Being. The assembly concluded with the ‘Krishna Leela’ which brought alive the joy and love of Vrindavan. It was both a learning and a joyful experience for one and all.
The premises of DPS Rohini resounded with gaiety and festivity as the students of class III presented a special assembly on the occasion of ‘Raksha Bandhan’ on Tuesday 16 August 2016. The assembly commenced with ‘Gatha’ a story narration on Raksha Bandhan by live puppets. Next, a quiz on paring the siblings was conducted. PPTs were shown on famous brothers and sisters. The junior school choir presented ‘Bandhan’ echoing the feelings of love and brotherhood followed by Traffic Live, from the streets of Delhi where people expressed their feelings and views on Rakhi. Students shared some interesting facts on Raksha Bandhan. The Principal, Mrs. Vibha Singh addressed the students and encouraged the children to celebrate the festival with grandeur. The assembly concluded on a musical note with a video ‘We are one’.
Students of Class IV presented an assembly on the theme, ‘Quit India Movement’. The aim of the assembly was to instill patriotism and gratitude for all those who contributed towards making India a free country. The assembly began with a beautiful poem recital to salute the freedom fighters and their zeal to fulfill the dream of an independent India. Students also brought to light the stories of the ‘Unsung Heroes’ who contributed in the freedom struggle. The assembly proved to be a sincere attempt to instill the feeling of oneness and pride as the citizens of an incredible country called India.
Assembly on World Labour Day was presented by the students of Class IV D on Tuesday, 03.05.2016. It began with a thought provoking quote which was followed by a poem based on the importance of dignity of labour. Important information about World Labour Day was shared by the children. The contribution of the support staff in the smooth functioning of the school was emphasized. Students expressed gratitude for all the help they get from the support staff and highlighted ways and means to thank people who touch their lives in so many ways. The assembly concluded with the national anthem.