SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON TREASURE OF HEALTH
A School age is the perfect time for children to learn about healthy food bodies, an awareness to help them build healthy attitudes, preferences and behaviour that will carry throughout their growing years. To inculcate the eat right habits, the little ones of Grade III A conducted a Virtual assembly on April 8, 2021 themed Treasure of Health . The assembly started with prayer, followed by thought and News Headlines. The learners apprised the audience that health is the only wealth and one should join this endeavour wholeheartedly to learn how to eat right and stay fit and fine during this pandemic. To inculcate the habit of healthy eating a relevant video was also shown by the class teacher. Children also took pledge to avoid eating Junk Food and to eat nutritious food only. Ecstatic students with radiant faces brimming with joy participated whole heartedly. The assembly concluded with the Teacher Talk by class incharge who acquainted the students about importance of health. The primary coordinator in her address applauded and appreciated the efforts of the tiny tots. She stressed on the importance of good health and encouraged children to follow the tips in order to earn the treasure of health.
ASSEMBLY ON HEALTHY INDIA @75
There is a famous saying that Health is real wealth. Health is considered as the biggest treasure .
Considering the prime importance of being healthy and to mark the occasion of “World Health Day” ,Students of Grade V A of Mount Abu Public School presented an assembly on the theme”Healthy India @75”. A healthy mind lives in a healthy body, to highlight the same the young minds of the class shared their thoughts and poem on Good Health. The assembly began with the blessings of almighty and Annapoorna Shloka praying to keep everyone in good health .The students also delivered an empowering talk on “World Health Day” and provided tips to maintain a fit body. Yuvakshi, student of V A demonstrated yoga asnans guiding all to follow a routine for good health. The Expert Physical Education Coach, Ms Monika saini informed students to make wise choices in relation to their lifestyle to ensure health and fitness. The assembly concluded with a teachers’ talk who informed about the school’s initiative of Eat Right in association with FSSAI, Government of India, Khelo India and Fit India Programme and guided about maintaining physical and emotional well being by spending time with family and pursuing a hobby. The Coordinator at Primary Wing appreciated the students and guided all to maintain good health, by taking care of body, mind, and soul. She also informed that we can stays healthy if we eat healthily. She also congratulated the students for the new session 2021-22 and wished for safety and happiness of all.
ASSEMBLY ON IMPORTANCE OF BOOKS
The students of Class V C & D presented a special virtual assembly on IMPORTANCE OF BOOKS. The students gave a scintillating performance highlighting the importance and relevance of Books. Students presented this through small clippings put together. Students depicted the journey of Books through videos. Books give plenty of joy to students, and they learn a lot of things from books. They take them into a unique world of imagination and improve their standard of living. They enrich the experience of students and sharpen their intellect. The coordinator at primary level appreciated the students for their performance and informed that everyone should imbibe the habit of reading because Books help to inspire students to do hard work with courage and hope
ASSEMBLY ON REPUBLIC DAY
Students of class IV A conducted an assembly on the theme “Republic Day” the students informed through thoughts and talk that this special day is celebrated to honor and remember the date on which Indian Constitution came into force. The students presented patriotic song and mesmerizing dance in glory of the nation. The teacher talk highlighted how our constitution gives us rights and responsibilities too in our democratic country. The coordinator of the school, Ms Minoo Bhatia emphasized that in our country we have different caste, religion or many other things that separate us but on a broader picture, we all are Indians. She guided young learners that the beauty of our country is we have a different language and we also have conflicts and differences but on national festivals, we all stand as a united force. The assembly was a great learning experience for all those presented and instilled patriotic fervour in all.
ASSEMBLY ON CHRISTMAS
To commemorate the birthday of the Jesus Christ, Christmas Day was celebrated through a Virtual Assembly by the students of Class IV C on 25th December, 2020. The students of the class took part enthusiastically in all the events of Assembly. The blooming day started with the blessings of the almighty by chanting "Gayatri Mantra" followed by the Prayer "Footsteps walking with me" in the melodious voice of the Music Teacher Ms. Lipi. An enriching and meaningful thought of the day was presented by Aananya Seth(English) and Tanmay Ajbani (Hindi) followed by latest news by Parth Kumar in which he mentioned the School news ,National , International, Sports news and space news covering all recent updates and happenings. Arnav Bansal presented some provoking G.K questions on Christmas Day and checked the IQ level of the students in which all the students participated with zeal followed by poem presentation by Dhriti Khanna. A wonderful Christmas Carol was presented by Dishita, who was dressed up as Santa Claus.The teacher in -charge Ms. Lipi, also tried to create an aura of awareness about the life history of Jesus Christ, inspired the young children with her words. Respected Coordinator Madam Mrs. Minoo Bhatia appreciated the efforts put in by the students and motivated others also to showcase their talent in upcoming competitions. The assembly ended with a vote of thanks by Coordinator Madam Ms. Minoo. Indeed, it was a wonderful assembly.
ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY
To commemorate the birthday anniversary of the Indian Mathematical genius Srinivasan Ramanujan, National Mathematics Day was celebrated through a Virtual Assembly by Class IV B on 16th December, 2020. The blooming day started with the blessings of the almighty by chanting "Gayatri Mantra" followed by the Prayer. An enriching thought of the day was presented by Varun Kukreti(English) and Kavika Jain(Hindi) followed by latest news by Diya Mahalwat. Himaksh Pahuja presented some provoking G.K questions followed by students-talk by Seerat Kaur . The teacher in -charge Ms. Silky Bhatia tried to create an aura of awareness about the life history of Ramanujan, inspired the young children with her words to take up career in Mathematics and to eradicate phobia and fear against Mathematics. Respected Coordinator Madam Mrs. Minoo Bhatia appreciated the efforts put in by the students and motivated others also to showcase their talent in upcoming competitions.
ASSEMBLY ON RESPECT YOUR ELDERS
The students of Class V D presented assembly on Respect Your Elders. The students performed a thought-provoking presentation highlighting the importance for every individual to respect his/ her elders. It is also important to note that elders were not born elders they were kids like you and now grown up old. If today you will respect your elders your present and future generations will carry those values and will learn to respect you as well when you will grow old. They have lived up things that you could hardly imagine.
GK questions, speech, poem and thought of the day on the theme made everyone fill with respect for their elders. The enriching video on Respect Your Elders made everyone realize the significance of elders in their lives. The class teacher in her talk informed the students about the importance of Elders in our lives. The coordinator at primary level appreciated the students for their performance and informed that everyone should respect and regard their Elders.
ASSEMBLY ON GURU NANAK JAYANTI
We all have to work for the fruits of karma land, God just gives us a line, we have to fill color. This is a quote by great Guru Nanak Dev Ji. To highlight the importance of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Day, class V B of Mount Abu Public School conducted an assembly on “Guru Nanak Jayanti”. The assembly initiated with briefing everyone of the ground rules that need to be followed during the assembly. This was followed by a prayer to the almighty. Prior to this, an insightful thought was shared throwing light on Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s precious quotes. Sharing the news was next in line – which included news about the happenings in India, International, Sports News and Space News. Being inspired by the information that was being delivered to them, students took a pledge to conserve Heritage . This was followed by a round of G.K. questions where all students of the school took part which was further followed by a Student’s talk sharing more information on Guru Nanak Jayanti– Students chanted the Shabad. Moreover the students were given a virtual tour of Bangla Sahib. Co-ordinator ma’am – Mrs. Minoo Bhatia also threw some light on the same by appreciating the students for their efforts. The assembly finally came to a conclusion and students really seemed to enjoy and learn from such an interactive session.
ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY
Students of class 4-E conducted the assembly on 11th November on the theme – National Education day. This day is celebrated on 11th November each year since 2008. The date has been chosen to pay tribute to the birth anniversary of independent India's first education minister – Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The assembly started with the prayer, followed by news of the day, GK questions, thought of the day, song performance and the students talk. The students paid tribute pay tribute to the birth anniversary of independent India's first education minister – Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. Class teacher of 4-E , Ms Sumita bhandari Enlighted the students and fellow teachers about the importance of education and the key features of national education policy. The assembly was concluded by some wide words and advice by our respected coordinator – Ms Meenu Bhatia mam.
ASSEMBLY ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Class 4 D conducted the morning assembly on Artificial Intelligence on 5th November. The assembly began with beautiful prayer and Gayatri mantra. Thought of the Day was delivered by a student which raised the wibes of the assembly in a very positive manner. News updations enlightened the audience with our school news, National news , International news and Sports news. Some questions based on the topic of Artificial Intelligence were also put forward for which student audience answered well in time. A student shared his gathered information on the topic with all students present over there which not only made them aware of the importance of usage of artificial intelligence in their life but also enlightened them with early stage of this intelligence with its origin and inventor. The spark came into being when facilitator of IT department made students more clear with its originality, updations and developments. Class teacher talk took place followed by a video show based on the same theme. Coordinator mam , Ms. Minoo Bhatia appreciated the students for their effort in making the assembly presentable along with some announcements of Eat Right Creativity Challenge and with her words of wisdom.
ASSEMBLY ON UNITED NATIONS DAY
"May we think of freedom, not as the right to do as we please, but as the opportunity to so what is right"
With an aim of guiding and making students aware about the relevance of UN Day , Class 4 B conducted the School Virtual Assembly on 21st October 2020 on the theme of "United Nations Day ". The students of the class took part enthusiastically in all the events of Assembly. The blooming day started with the blessings of the almighty by chanting "Gayatri Mantra" followed by the prayer. Students presented some provoking G.K questions on UN Day and checked the IQ level of the students in which all the students participated with zeal followed by students-talk by Mansi Jain who guided everyone about the importance of UN Day. The assembly ended with the words of wisdom and blessings of Madam Principal Ms. Jyoti Arora with a vote of thanks by Coordinator Madam Ms. Minoo. Indeed, it was a wonderful assembly.
ASSEMBLY ON EAT RIGHT
The assembly commenced with the chanting of Gayatri manta, followed by a melodious rendition of the prayer ek to hi bharosa in the mellifluous voice of the Music Teacher Ms.Lipi. After the prayer, Vihaan punia and Hemant aggarwal of the host class presented a very meaningful thought based upon eat right. This was followed by News read by Prabhkirat in which he mentioned our respected principal- Ms. JYOTI ARORA being invited for the farewell ceremony of Mr. Kim Kum Pyong( director, korean cultural centre in India) and to celebrate his 9 years stay in India. There was a beautiful eat right rap by Sanskrit yadav focusing upon importance of healthy eating. Rimsha was the Quiz Master of the assembly. The quiz was based on the facts about eat right. It was followed by a meaningful story telling by Ms. Shilpi Mittal being the eat right club incharge . A PowerPoint presentation was played on the screen which showed the highlights of the excellent work done by students upon SDG’s.
ASSEMBLY ON GANDHI JAYANTI
"If we want to achieve real peace in the world, we must start with our children"
To commemorate the 151st Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, class 5C organised an assembly on this occasion. The Assembly began with the beautiful rendition of his favourite bhajan Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram, followed by a Thought which was one of his famous quotes. Then the students took the pledge of truth ,non violence, peace and harmony. An interesting quiz based on the life of Mahatma was also there for the students. The students paid their homage to the Father of the Nation through a beautiful powerpoint presentation depicting the life history and the journey from Mohandas to Mahatma. One student recited a very beautiful heart touching poem based on the values and principles of the Mahatma. The assembly ended with teacher's talk followed by words of wisdom by Madam Principal and coordinator mam.
ASSEMBLY ON SAVE WATER
We aWe all live in a fast pace world where everything comes handy and has an alternative. But there are certain things that can neither be replaced, nor have an alternative – Water, being one of them. The term “Save Water” enables us to save one of the mother earth’s most significant natural resources. Class V B of Mount Abu Public School conducted an assembly on “Water – A Precious Source”. Easy availability of water has made us all careless, negligent and undermining of it’s usage resulting in it’s wastage. The assembly initiated with briefing everyone of the ground rules that need to be followed during the assembly. This was followed by a prayer to the almighty. Prior to this, an insightful thought was shared throwing light on water’s importance and the need to save it. Sharing the news was next in line – which included news about the happenings in India, International, Sports News and Space News. An additional piece of news was added to this, where the current news on Mount Abu Public School was shared with all credits going to the one and only – Mrs. Jyoti Arora – the pillar, strength and support of the entire being of the school. Being inspired by the information that was being delivered to them, students took a pledge to save water and use it very precisely and cautiously. This was followed by a round of G.K. questions where all students of the school took part in which was further followed by a Student’s talk sharing more information on water – where it is found, how it becomes polluted and the importance of water in a living being’s life. The class teacher of Class V B also shared her thoughts on the topic of the day focusing of the actions that lead to polluted and scarcity of this prime resource which led to the audience being informed about the need to save water and treat it rightly. Co-ordinator ma’am – Mrs. Minoo Bhatia also threw some light and added another thoughtful quote – “The Earth, the air, the land and the water are not an inheritance from our forefathers but on loan from our children. She also informed that Mount Abu School is practicing Water Harvesting in the school premises. Buckets are kept at each corner of the school – students, while dispersal, can empty their water bottles into those buckets and the water collected is used to water the plants in school. This is a highly efficient and easy way to save water and use it in the best way possible. The assembly finally came to a conclusion and students really seemed to enjoy and learn from such an interactive session.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GANESH CHATURTHI
Mount Abu School celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi on 19 August 2020 to spread the message of Unity, happiness and positivity. The children of class 4 in enthusiastically participates in the assembly and try to touch every aspect of the auspicious festival by motivational thought, inspiring heart touching poem, thought provoking GK questions ,speech by class teacher and an informative video. The assembly ended with the words of wisdom and blessings of madam principal with a vote of thanks by coordinator
RAKSHABANDHAN AND INTERNATIONAL TIGER DAY
Hurdles cannot stop the upcoming achievements. In view of this, class 5 B conducted the virtual assembly on the theme – RAKSHABANDHAN AND INTERNATIONAL TIGER DAY. The students performed enthusiastically in every area. The blooming day started with the blessings of the almighty with singing of Gayatri Mantra followed by the prayer- Thank you lord. Students presented Thought of the Day and enlightened the audience with importance of festivity. They also put some questions based on General Knowledge which depicted the awareness about the Indian culture through some questions taken from Hindu puran followed by delivery of views on both the topics by the students. Principal madam, Ms. Jyoti Arora also addressed the audience with her blessings and made students aware of the preservation of tiger specie in India and also insisted the students to make rakhi at home due to Covid-19 pandemic. It was of great excitement to be with Principal madam through this assembly virtually.
ASSEMBLY ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT
Class V A conducted Virtual Assembly on the theme “Disaster Management” .The assembly started with the Thought Of The Day that highlighted how prevention is always better than cure and that disasters can always be overcome with a calm and a positive attitude .This was followed by the news highlights read out by Ansh Jain ,he shared the latest updates and happenings around us.Dev Paudyal presented the GK questions and checked the IQ level of the students on the basis of various natural disasters .The children got to know about many natural disasters that occur with the enriching talk by Chinmaya. The teacher in charge also highlighted about the measures to be taken in case of earthquake and guided the students to be calm and positive in case the experience anything like this.The coordinator Ms Meenu Bhatia shared her thoughts on the assembly and also gave important tips and guidelines to the students .The School Principal Madam Jyoti Arora appreciated the efforts of the students and expressed that positive attitude to be inculcated .She also provided valuable tips on online learning and staying safe in this pandemic situation .
SPEACIAL ASSEMBLY ON MAHA SHIVRATRI
"When you focus on being a blessing, God makes sure that you are always blessed in abundance". Mahashivaratri Festival or the ‘The Night of Shiva' is celebrated with devotion and religious fervor. To feel the verve of festival, a Special Assembly on ‘Mahashivratri' was conducted by the Primary students of class II. This festival celebrated in veneration of Lord Shiva commenced with the Gayatri Mantra followed by Lord Shiva’s Stuti. Powers and role of Lord Shiva in the natural cycle and the wedding of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati were highlighted through a Musical Drama. The auspiciousness of this day for Goddess Parvati was also exhibited. Everyone was swayed away with the chanting of sacred mantra ‘Om Namah Shivaya' which made the milieu holy and consecrated. The programme concluded with the Words of Wisdom shared by Respected Principal Ma’am followed by Lord Shiva’s Arti. Everyone present there applauded students for their remarkable, heart winning performance and to make everyone spiritually energised and enlightened.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON STRESS FREE EXAMINATION
The students of class V D presented the thematic assembly on "Stress Free Examination" on 12th February 2020. The young students shared their thoughts and ideas on how to take examination without any stress and anxiety. The students also gave effective tips on celebrating exams and considering it as an opportunity to excel and progress. The teacher's talk motivated the students to give best of their effort and not to worry about the consequences. The coordinator in her inspiring speech guided students to plan their curriculum and stride ahead with complete optimism and confidence.
Special Assembly on Girl Child
Class III E organized a Special Assembly on “Girl Child” on 15th January 2019. The young students presented a motivational street play informing all about the capabilities and strength of the girls who are not less than anyone. The choir group sang an inspirational song highlighting the fact that girls have always proven their mettle with earnest effort and have soared the heights of success. The students delivered thought of the day on the theme of the assembly and asked GK Questions related to successful women who are role models for others.The assembly concluded with the stimulating words of the teacher incharge and the coordinator who informed the students to develop an attitude of reverence for efforts irrespective of the gender.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON LOHRI
To spread happiness all around and the warmth of brotherhood the young MAPians celebrated the Lohri festival with great enthusiasm and pomp and show. The special assembly was conducted to mark the occasion and tiny tots of class 1 welcome our respected principal Madam in the most traditional way with Dhol beats. Class 3rd to 5th students showcased their love for the humanity and mankind through the traditional dance form of Punjab that is Giddha and Bhangra. They also mark the occasion with Shabad enchantment and spread the sanctity among the audience. It was indeed the celebration which spread the message that we should kill all the negativity of our lives in the fire of Lohri and hope for brighter, happier times with our loved ones.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON CHRISTMAS
Christmas is celebrated as the birth of Lord Jesus, popularly celebrated amongst Christians. To enhance the knowledge about the festival a special assembly was conducted by the primary students with zeal and enthusiasm on 19.12.19. Morning prayers were taken up followed by a spiritual thought that "The god is my shepherd." Updates of the day were well presented by Annamitra of class 2. An interesting video related to birth of Lord Jesus was immensely enjoyed by the learners. A traditional carol "River of Babylon" was melodiously sung by the young choir group. A feetapping dance performance also enhanced the charm of the day. Respected principal ma'am also blessed all the students by showering her best wishes on this joyful day. She also presented vote of thanks to Mr. Prashant Parashar, principal of NK Bagrodia School, Rohini for his benign presence as guest of the day. It was a memorable and enriching experience for all the little Santas whose red caps were like cherries on the cake.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY
MAPS celebrated ‘National Mathematics Day’ on December 11, 2019 in an assembly conducted by Class 3 C to the birthday of Srinivas Ramanujan, the great mathematical genius who made exemplary contribution in mathematics. It was a great effort by the students who played the role of S. Ramanujan and variety of shapes in the form of ‘Shapes Walk’ with the objective of creating awareness about the importance of mathematics in our day to day lives. Mental ability questions were asked to test the mental ability skills and logical reasoning skills of the students. Mathematical facts were also shared among the audience by the students of 3C. It was a successful attempt to create students interest in studying mathematics through variety of ways.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON HELPING OTHERS
To inculcate the value of helping others students of class III A conducted the morning assembly on 27.11.19. The theme of the assembly was" Helping Hands ". Students began their presentation by seeking their blessings from almighty and then shared a beautiful thought and poem on our helping hands. Followed by this a group dance representing our various community helpers conveyed the above message to the students in a more clear manner. Students also showed their gratitude to the helpers of the school by giving them a small present as a token of love.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON EXAMINATION TIPS
An assembly on the topic- Examination Tips - was conducted by the students of class 2B on 22 Nov 2019. It began with the chanting of the Gayatri Mantra followed by the English Prayer. The assembly showcased the programs such as Pledge, Thought of the day, News and GK Quiz. A Poem was recited by one of the students on the above mentioned theme. Examination tips were shared through a meaningful presentation using placards. It emphasized on the importance of regular revision and completion of our assignments on time. It was followed by a small video on tips for success in the exams.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON DIWALI
An assembly on the topic- ''Diwali and United Nations Day" was conducted by the students of class 4 A on 23 Oct ,2019. It began with the chanting of the Gayatri Mantra followed by Hindi prayer and Ganesha Aarti.
The assembly comprised of the usual programs such as Diwali Pledge, Thought of the day, News, Student's talk and GK quiz. A dance performance and poem recitation on the topic Diwali were also presented by the students. It emphasized on the importance of Diwali and UN day. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY
"What Mental Health needs is more sunlight, more candour and more ashamed conversation"- Glenn Close.
Mental health is just as important as our physical health. To make the students aware of the importance of a sound mental health, as assembly on the occasion of World's Mental Health Day was conducted by the students of Class 5 E. Through this assembly, the students depicted why and how our mental health is of utmost importance when it comes to our overall well being. It paves the way for our happiness, success and stress-free life. The students showcased this issue through presenting a skit. The Thought of the day also echoed the same message along with the quiz which focused on the issues of Mental Health.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON THE TOPIC ME AND MY MANNERS
An assembly on the topic- 'Me and My Manners ' was conducted by the students of class 5 C on 9 Oct, 2019. It began with the chanting of the Gayatri Mantra followed by English Prayer. The assembly comprised the usual programs such as Pledge, Thought of the day, News and GK Quiz. A Skit on the topic Manners and Etiquettes was also presented by the students. It emphasized on the importance of good manners in our life. It was followed by a Group Song- Good Manners. Our respected coordinator ma'am addressed the students about being well mannered and polite in their conduct. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GANDHI JAYANTI
Special Assembly was conducted to commemorate the 150th Birth Anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi by the students of class 5 D. The assembly comprised of prayer followed by Thought of the Day, News and Quiz related to the life events and anecdotes of the Father of the nation. Students presented an inspiring poem on Mahatma Gandhi, A street play depicting the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and their need and relevance in today's world was the highlight of the day. The assembly concluded with the words of wisdom by our respected Coordinator Ma'am followed by the singing of the National Anthem.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON RESPECT YOUR ELDERS
“Elders are the guiding light that help us to soar the heights of success"
The assembly on the noble theme of "Respect your Elders" was conducted by Class V A. The enriching thought of the day guided the students to value the elders for their rich experience . The students presented an ACRONYM of respect and fostered a sense of realization for being emphatic and valuing the opinion of our elders. A captivating MIME ACT highlighting the fact that elders should be respected and appreciated especially the parents as they sacrifice their joy for the wellness of their children was highly appreciable. The assembly included a mesmerizing musical presentation on "Water Conservation". The young students of the class also informed about the various ways with which an individual can conserve water through simple acts. The school gardener also demonstrated the way to plant sapling and encouraged all to plant sapling and become the green activist for the planet. The assembly concluded with the words of wisdom of the Primary Coordinator who guided the students to value elders and spend time with them and gain from their rich experience.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON JANMASHTAMI
The festival of Janmashtami was celebrated with great zeal and fervor in the school premises. The special assembly highlighting the life of Lord Krishna was showcased to the students through a scintillating dance performance. Plethora of activities focusing on the grand festival such as Head gear making, collage making, colouring my Krishna etc. were organised in the classrooms that spread the spirit of divinity and an aura of spirituality all around and provided the young learners an opportunity to promote goodness and cherish the bond with the almighty.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON CONSERVE MY PLANET
Conserve My Planet is a participative, Educational training programme to build the communities sensitive to energy conservation, an initiative by Schneider Electric India foundation for the students of classes 5th to 7th standard. A Green Assembly was organised by SHARP NGO on 26th of August 2019 in Mount Abu Public School under Conserve My Planet programme. The Project Coordinator, Ms. Ateeba Humaayun, along with her team members addressed the participants and made them aware of the different phases of the programme and it's aim to educate the young minds about energy saving, energy efficiency , green energy e recyclable sources and renewable sources of energy. The participants were also provided with caps, t-shirts and a brochure and were addressed as the Green Ambassadors. The programme concluded with the Power Pledge, a unity anthem which spread the message, that everyone has the power to save energy and environment. The students felt very proud of being the part of this Programme and promised to change themselves and help others change their life through access to Energy.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy..
Games and sports are an integral part of a student’s life. It is believed that a student should study hard to be successful in studies but at the same time the importance of fitness and sports cannot be ruled out. Students should play games and sports to enjoy health and vigour in life. Mount Abu Public School has always promoted various sports and believes in catching the students young. In keeping with this thought students of class 1 A conducted an assembly on the ‘IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS' on Friday, July 12, 2019. The assembly started with the students reciting the ‘Gayatri mantra’. Our little ones put up a small street play on the benefits of playing sports followed by the different facts related to the sports. The act was enjoyed by all and helped students understand how the sports help them to stay fit. The assembly concluded with a video on importance of sports. The assembly surely encouraged grade 1 children to involve themselves in doing physical exercise and lead a healthy life!!
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON LABOUR DAY
To honour the dignity of labour, Class V D conducted a special assembly on the theme "Labour Day".The thought of the day highlighted the arduous effort put by our helpers to make our life comfortable.The assembly witnessed the felicitation of the helpers by the students.The students also expressed their gratitude to the helpers for always helping them with a smile. Special song presentation by the Ms. Usha, the helper at primary level was the highlight of the day.The assembly concluded with a teacher's talk and the address by the Coordinator who guided the students to be respectful and considerate towards the people who are working for making our lives pleasant.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON SAVE WATER
“A drop of water is worth more than a sack of gold to a thirsty man.”
Water is the most precious gift of nature. And we cannot imagine our life without it, thus water conservation has become a need of the hour. So, we should all stand together to conserve water to save life. Spreading this message of saving water, students of class II- C presented an assembly on 30.4.14.Children highlighted the facts and beautiful quotes about its uses and importance. Some simple methods for saving water were exhibited by the students followed by a poem . The assembly concluded with a pledge to ‘SAVE WATER AND NEVER WASTE IT’ and a video which was a motivation for audience to join the mission.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON BEAT THE HEAT
An assembly on the theme 'Beat the Heat' was conducted by the students of Class II-B on 29th April, 2019. The students presented thought for the day, poems, GK questions, News, student talk on "How to prevent yourself from intense heat of summer" and a solo dance performance. The assembly was an effort to make students more aware about ways to protect themselves from the overbearing summer heat Hb and stay healthy and safe. The students used beautiful props to give their presentations and it was a learning experience for all involved.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON EARTH DAY
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON HEALTH AND WELL BEING
A healthy mind resides in a healthy body. To share the message of "Stay healthy",
A special assembly on the theme of Health and Well being was organized on 5th April 2019 by the students of class II - A. They welcomed their peers to the new session and told the importance of being healthy through a beautiful poem and facts. The assembly was concluded with the welcome note by Honourable Principal Ma'am in which she emphasized on being hygienic and healthy.
Welcome New Session
To welcome the students for the new session and to gear them up to follow their dreams and goals and lead a healthy lifestyle was highly enriching. The thought of the day highlighting the importance of time management was followed by an inspirational poem on enduring challenges for fruitful results. The students of Class V A also provided some useful guidelines to emerge as confident individuals. The talk and video on Eating Right and leading healthy life motivated the students to opt for nutritious food and exercise regularly. The assembly ended by the welcome note and session guidelines by the Coordinator of Primary wing.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON MAHASHIVRATRI
The students of Class 1 presented a special assembly on Mahashivratri on1.03.2019. Mahashivratri is a Hindu festival celebrated every year in reverence of Lord Shiva. Shivratri literally means the great night of Shiva or the night of Shiva. It is celebrated every year on the 13th night/14th day of the Maagha month of the Hindu calendar. On this occasion, little MAPIANS put-forth a wonderful presentation and described the significance of Mahashivratri. It was followed by mesmerizing dance performances by the students and shiv stuti by the choir group. The assembly concluded with a video on the importance of Mahashivratri. The assembly was enjoyed by all and helped students understand the different stories related to the festival.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON MAHASHIVRATRI
A Special Assembly on Mahashivratri was conducted on 27th February ‘19 by class 3 C . The students commenced the assembly by saluting our Indian Armed Forces as India has avenged the attack that martyred our soldiers on 14th February ‘19 by destroying the terror camps in Pakistan on the early morning of 26th february’19 . The assembly highlighted the glory of the divine Shiva who remind us of our capabilities and help us attain success. The students of 3C presented the grand wedding of Lord Shiva and Parvati along with the wedding rituals. A short skit was also prepared by the children witnessing the special moments of the lives of Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesha. A video depicting the wastage of milk or food items on lord Shivalingas was also shown to the students which highlighted the importance of sharing and giving it to the poor children who are the true image of God, Lord Shiva.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON BASANT PANCHAMI
Basant Panchami is an occasion which marks the advent of spring season and is also celebrated to worship Goddess Saraswati-the goddess of knowledge and wisdom.The students of class 4e presented assembly on this special occasion.The celebrations commenced with Saraswati Vandana. Thereafter, the students informed everyone about the ways in which the festival is celebrated in different regions of India.The mesmerizing dance performance by the students wearing yellow dresses depicting the yellow mustard fields added a charm to the event.The students learnt about the importance of the festival and they were also encouraged to help the needy children by giving them notebooks, books and stationary products.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON MARTYRíS DAY
The students of Class IV-D have conducted a Special Assembly on the theme- Martyr’s Day on 30th January, 2019. It was an informative assembly as the students delivered the meaning and significance of the theme. The students recited a poem , presented a skit and performed dance along with a patriotic song on the stage. Questions of General Knowledge were asked which were based on the theme. The teacher briefed the students with the message of one’s devotion to their nation. All students enjoyed the assembly performance which ended with the kind words of wisdom by the Coordinator Mam.
Special Assembly on Christmas
“We all can become Santas” , with this motive today MAPIANS presented the morning assembly on the theme Christmas. Students conveyed the message and wishes of a healthy, safe, happy and prosperous time ahead through various activities as- thought of the Day, poems and GK questions. Everyone was spellbound with the performance of Choir group and dance performance. The teacher in charge and the coordinator wished everyone for the Christmas and motivated the young students to be kind, generous and respectful to others.
Special Assembly on Eating Right
Special Assembly on Indian Armed Forces Flag Day
The students of Class V presented a Special Assembly on Indian Armed Forces Flag Day. The students performed a thought provoking presentation highlighting he sacrifices and contribution of Indian Army to let the flag of the country soar with pride. GK questions, speech, poem and thought of the day on the theme made everyone fill with pride and respect for the Indian army. The enriching video on Armed Forces Flag Day made everyone realise the significance of this special day. The class teacher in her talk informed the students about the courage and strength that the soldiers need and the dedication towards their duty to protect the Motherland. The coordinator at primary level appreciated the students for their performance and informed that everyone should respect and regard the soldiers for their selfless devotion for the nation.
Special Assembly on Diwali
Special Assembly on Books are our best friends
Special Assembly on Gandhi Jayanti
India's rich heritage is amply reflected in the various temples monuments palaces and forts that can be found everywhere in the country. This has led to the increase in India s heritage and tourism.To make the children aware about the same students of class II -D conducted the assembly on 26.9.18 on the topic Gandhi Jayanti (as the International day of Non Violence ) and Indian tourism. We remembered our father of the nation with his precious value and teachings. Children were shown the video on Gandhi s teachings of non violence and truth.Followed by this teacher asked different questions based on the importance of non violence. Everyone took the pledge to follow the path of non violence. In the end teacher discussed the ways and importance to preserve the heritage of India
Special Assembly on Peace Day
Special Assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi and Hindi Diwas
Students of Class 2 A and B conducted the Special Morning Assesmbly on 13.9.18 for the topics Ganesh Chaturthi and Hindi Diwas. The students participated with great enthusiasm and briefed other students about the importance of these two days. They performed a beautiful dance to celebrate this auspicious day and welcomed the idol of Ganesha with full zeal and zest. To mark the importance of Hindi Diwas, students recited various poems and enacted of famous hindi writer Munshi Premchand. They emphasize our National language through different slogans and followed by guidelines by the teacher the ways to celebtrate Ganesha Chaturthi in an eco friendly way .
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON JANAMASHTMI
The Primary students of Mount Abu School celebrated Janamashtmi by organising a Special Assembly on 30th August 2018.The celebration included scintillating dance performance by the young students and inspirational talks on teaching of Lord Krishna that highlighted the significance of the occasion.The short video on the life of Lord Krishna made students realize the importance of positivity for progress in life.The assembly concluded with the teacher talk that focused on the purpose of Janamashthmi celebration.The coordinator gave wishes to everyone for the festival.
Special Assembly on Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan
A Special Assembly on Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan was organized in MAPS on 13th August 2018 by class 3 C. The events included a Skit on Raksha bandhan, Inter Class Patriotic song competition by all the sections of Class 3 and an energetic dance performance by class 4 & 5 students representing India’s rich diversity. The students sang melodiously in the patriotic song competition. Class 3 B emerged out to be the winner and 3 C bagged the runner up position. The students understood the meaning of Independence and promised to be free in all spheres of life with the pulse of blessings given by the respected Coordinator madam. The students showcased their talents and showed the true spirit of being an Indian.
Special Assembly on Hiroshima Day
Students of IIIB conducted a Special Assembly on Hiroshima Day on 1st August in remembrance of martyrs of atomic bomb explosions in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They also presented speech ,thought, poem and song to express the suffering and loss caused due to violence.Through the assembly children were made aware to bring peace and harmony in the world which they would get only if they have peace in their heart.
Special Assembly on World Environment Day and World Population Day
The Special Assembly to celebrate World Environment Day and World Population Day was organised by Class IV C students on 4 July 2018. Students highlighted the need to control population and to save environment. They also suggested the ways to control or save the same through Role Plays, Poem, G.k.Questions and even through the thought of the day. They also took Eco Pledge and promised to do the needful in making our planet a healthy and better place to live.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON RABINDRANATH TAGORE JAYANTI
A Special Assembly was conducted by Class 4 A on the theme Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti on 2nd May 2018. The students participated enthusiastically with a poem recitation, thought and speech on Rabindranath Tagore highlighting his qualities, achievements and work. The students also performed a dance to pay tribute to this multifaceted personality.The assembly was an effort to make the students aware of his contribution, the way he gave a new dimension to Indian literature and music in late 19th and 20th centuries.
Special Assembly on Labour Day and Red Cross Day
Special Assembly was conducted by Class V-D on the theme Labour Day and Red Cross Day on 27th April 2018. The assembly highlighted the importance of helpers and their roles in our lives. The students presented a skit to spread the awareness about the noble work undertaken by the Red Cross society. A highly enriching poem presentation showcased the need to acknowledge the contribution of helpers in the development of our society. Further the helpers of school maids, gardener, electrician etc were honored in the assembly for their services and devotion towards their work. The assembly concluded with the address by the
coordinator who appreciated the assembly students and guided the young learners to develop respect and sensitivity for the helpers and the people in need.
Special Assembly on Earth Day
Special Assembly on Respecting Elders
Respect brings out the mutual love between all people. Ergo, the theme of our assembly today was 'Respecting Elders'. The young and bright students of Class II-C highlighted and emphasized the importance of Respect, through avenues such as poems and songs. The children and teachers present enjoyed the assembly and took home an important lesson for life.
Special Assembly on How to Prepare well for exams and International Mother Language Day
Students of class 2-E conducted the assembly for the themes- 'How to Prepare well for exams' and ‘International Mother Language Day’. Students demonstrated examination tips through placards and showcased the 'PREPARE' mantra followed by a poem, a thought based on the given themes, introduction of some students in different languages such as Hindi, Punjabi, Marathi, Haryanvi, Malayalam and Tamil and teacher's talk. It was indeed an enlightening experience for all.
Special Assembly on Martyrís Day
A Special Assembly was conducted by class 3-D on the theme ‘Martyr’s Day’ on 31.01.2018. The assembly highlighted the struggle of freedom fighters and also paid homage to the National leaders who worked hard for the struggle in Indian Independence. A special skit was performed by the students which touched the hearts of many. Besides National leaders, choir students through their remarkable performance dedicated a heart touching song to our Indian soldiers who are all the time on duty, even beyond their normal working hours. The mesmerizing performances of lovely mapians were acknowledged by all .
Special Assembly on Republic Day
A Special Assembly was conducted by Class III B on 24th January on the theme Republic Day .The assembly began with the prayer followed by thought and news .The choir group sang patroitic song in praise of our nation .The speech conveying the significance of Constitution and Dr. B.R Ambedkar was also shared by students. A poem was also recited to inspire the young students to adapt the values of equality ,Justice and freedom that will guide them how to become a responsible citizen of our country. Students also paid ode to India by dancing to the tune of patriotic song. The assembly was concluded with the message of harmony and peace by our respected Principal madam.
Special Assembly on Republic Day
A Special Assembly was conducted by Class III B on 24th January on the theme Republic Day .The assembly began with the prayer followed by thought and news .The choir group sang patroitic song in praise of our nation .The speech conveying the significance of Constitution and Dr. B.R Ambedkar was also shared by students. A poem was also recited to inspire the young students to adapt the values of equality ,Justice and freedom that will guide them how to become a responsible citizen of our country. Students also paid ode to India by dancing to the tune of patriotic song. The assembly was concluded with the message of harmony and peace by our respected Principal Madam.
Special Assembly on Vasant Panchami
Students of Class III A presented Special Assembly on 19th January 2018 to celebrate New Year 2018 and Vasant Panchami. Assembly started with Gayatri Mantra followed by Hindi thought and English news. The special attractions of the assembly were melodious Saraswati Vandana and mesmerizing New Year song presented by the group of teachers. Students also bid adieu to year 2017 and welcome 2018 by promising to follow the resolutions made by them in order to become a responsible children who will excel in every field with flying colors.In the end students were made aware about the pious festival of Vasant Panchami by the class teacher of III A and were also guided on how to make the year 2018 more productive and better by Co-ordinator Ma'am.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON CHRISTMAS AND CONSUMERíS RIGHT DAY
A Special Assembly on ‘Christmas’ and Consumer’s Right Day was celebrated on 22nd of December,2017. All the students participated enthusiastically. The children wearing the dress of Santa Claus were a delight to watch. The students came out with various performance including Christmas Carol. All the children danced and sang the song jingle bell aloud. They also came out with various information about the rights of the consumers. The objective of this assembly was to make the children feel the joy of Christmas and to make them aware of their rights as consumers to avoid exploitation and injustice.
Special Assembly on U.N Day
Students of class 1- D conducted the Morning Assembly on the topic U.N Day which was held on 25th October 2017 . Students discussed about the important features of the United Nation Organisation, followed by a wonderful dance performance depicting the message of love, peace and unity. The children were made aware about the U.N works i.e. to promote peace, human rights and to eradicate poverty. Assembly was concluded by an inspirational speech by Principal Madam and the distribution of the certificates for the month of September.
Special Assembly on Diwali
Diwali the festival of lights that enlightens the hearts and bring joy to every heart was celebrated by Class 1-C students on 11th October 2017. The programme began with a meaningful prayer service highlighting the message of Diwali, invoking Gods blessings. A beautiful poem was presented by one of the student on International Day of a Girl Child in which she taught about the importance of girl child.
Special Assembly on Gandhi Jayanti
Mahatma Gandhiji‘s role and contribution to India’s freedom movement is noteworthy, extraordinary and exemplary. The birthday of this great soul was celebrated with an exalted patriotic fervor in the school assembly on 6.10.17, Friday by class 1st B. A dance sequence depicting important episodes of his life presented by the students of Primary Wing moved everyone in the audience. Also children of class 1st A donned up as different characters of Ramlila. The students were told about the importance of Dussehra and explained why it was called Vijay Dashmi. The day was enjoyed by all.
Special Assembly on Peace Day
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON HINDI DIWAS
A Special Assembly was conducted by the students of Class 2-D on 15th September 2017 on the topic Hindi Diwas in which the origin, history, uses and importance of our mother language was portrayed. The students also exhibited various facts, poem enthralled the audience & the assembly was successful in extending love and respect for our mother tongue.
Special Assembly on World Literacy Day
A Special Assembly was conducted by the students of Class II C on the topic "World Literacy Day". The student came out with a beautiful poem, song and different slogans on education with posters and banners. The students participated enthusiastically and it was indeed a great learning experience for the students. They came to know about its importance and value in the life of the common people.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON INDEPENDENCE DAY AND JANMASHTMI
A Special Assembly was conducted by class III-D on the theme- “Independence Day” and “Janmashtmi” on 9th August 2017. The assembly highlighted the importance of Independence Day.. The students through their talks payed the tribute to all the freedom fighters for this special gift of Independence to us which is vigilantly guarded by our armed forces. A dance performance was presented by the enthusiastic students to show the true spirit of every Indian on the eve of our 70th Independence Day. This occasion was graced with the benign presence of Principal Madam who addressed the students warmly and influenced the students to salute all our countrymen and brothers of all armed forces. The mesmerizing performances of lovely Mapians were acknowledged by all and boosted the spirit of an Indian in every student. Students also wore the tricolor wrist bands and flags which they waived high to reflect an Independent nation.
Special Assembly on Hiroshima Day
On 2nd August 2017, Class III C students presented the Morning Assembly on the theme- Hiroshima Day. They made the children aware not only about the negative effects of the war incident happened on 6th and 9th August in 1945 in Hiroshima & Nagasaki but also spread the message of Peace and Harmony among each other through a dance performance. They also presented few facts related to the incident and motivated other students to follow the path of peace through an inspiring thought.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY & WORLD POPULATION DAY
A Special Assembly on World Environment Day and World Population Day was conducted on 5th of July 2017. The students participated enthusiastically and felt proud to be the part of the two major concerns of the present Day. The assembly was an effort to connect the students more to nature and sensitize them about how the rapid growth of human population is putting an immense strain on environment
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON LABOUR DAY AND RED CROSS DAY
Special Assembly was conducted by class V-D on the theme “Labour day” and “Red Cross Day” on 26th April 2017. The assembly highlighted the importance of helpers and their role in our lives. The students through their talks spread the awareness about the noble work undertaken by the “Red Cross Society”. A skit was presented by the enthusiastic students who showcased the need to acknowledge the contribution of helpers in the development of our society. Also, the helpers of school- maids, gardner, guard etc. were honoured in the assembly for their services and devotion towards their work. The assembly concluded with the address by the co-ordinator who appreciated the assembly students and guided the young learners to develop respect and sensitivity for the helpers and also for the people in need.
Special Assembly on Good Health
“ Good Health is the real wealth”. To make the students realize the significance of healthy lifestyle, class V-A conducted the assembly on Good Health on 5th April 2017. The young students of the class highlighted the ways to procure good health and its importance in accomplishing the desired goals. The teacher talk by the class teacher focused upon leading a healthy lifestyle by eating balanced diet, exercising regularly and taking proper rest. The assembly was an initiative to sensitize the students with the dine need to do away with the junk food and negative virtues and eat healthy diet and spread happiness all around as in a sound body resides a sound mind.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON HOLI
A special assembly on 'Holi' Festival was conducted on 8th of March 2017. by the students of IV C. Students came out with many colourful performances. A song on Holi was presented which thrilled everybody with joy. The assembly ended with a vibrant dance performance by the students which reflected the merriment and joy inherent in the festival.
Special Assembly on MAHASHIVRATRI
A Special Assembly was conducted by the students of Class IV B on the theme “Mahashivratri” on 22nd February 2017. Students actively participated in the assembly. A presentation on Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati was also enacted in which the students dressed up themselves as Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati. The students’ were made aware of the legend behind the celebration of “Mahashivratri”. They were also introduced to 12 jyotirlings of Lord Shiva which helped in enhancing their knowledge. It helped in creating the environment of serenity
Special Assembly on National Girl Child Day
The students of class IV-A presented the assembly on the topics National Girl Child Day and Republic day. The students wore colourful headgears and sachet depicting various slogans on our duties towards the nation and importance of girls in the society. They presented a song on Republic day and took an oath to fulfil our duties towards the Nation and preserve our country’s culture of humanity
Special Assembly on National Sports Day
Class III A students had organized special assembly on National Sports Day on 29th August 2016. Students were privileged to express their views on the special day. They enacted themselves as sports persons and highlighted the importance of physical activities in routine life
Special Assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi and Hindi Diwas
Special Assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi and Hindi Diwas was held by the students of class II on 14th September 2016 . Little angels performed dance on Ganesh Vandana to pray the lord Ganesha. Children talked about the importance of Hindi, Hindi Diwas and the notion behind celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi.
Special Assembly on Peace Day
Special Assembly on World Peace Day was conducted on 21st September by young learners of class II. children talked about World Peace Day in detail and shared it's importance in our lives, followed by a Special performance on the song-'light a candle of peace' and beautiful quotes on the same.
Special Assembly on UN Day
Special Assembly was conducted on October 17 on the theme UN Day by the students of class 2 E.Wherein students showcased various organs and agencies of UNO through a role play and explained the importance of unity and brotherhood. The teacher incharge enlightened the students about United Nations Organisation and importance of international brotherhood.It was indeed an enlightening experience for all.
Special Assembly on Diwali
Children of class I A conducted the assembly on 27th October 2016.The theme of the assembly was Diwali. The students came up with different slogans to promote anti cracker campaign and the way to celebrate Eco friendly Diwali. Students presented a traditional dance along with innovative poems also.
Special Assembly on Guru Nanak Jayanti and Children''s Day
Children of class I B presented the assembly on 16th November 2016, Wednesday. The theme was Guru Nanak Jayanti and Children's Day. Students depicted their role and contribution to the development of the country through fancy dress. They sang shabad to have the devotional feel for the celebration of Guru Nanak Jayanti
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON AMBEDKAR JAYANTI
The Primary students of MAPS paid their homage to the architect of India's constitution Dr. B.R.Ambedkar through a special assembly on 11th April 2016. The assembly was flagged off by a thought highlighting the need to understand rights and duties. It was followed by an enriching presentation on "Governing Ourselves" by the young students of class V A. The assembly was concluded by a motivational address by the Academic Director, Mrs. Neerja Padru who highlighted the need to take the vision of Dr. Ambedkar, of making India a sovereign, democratic and secular country forward through acts of motherhood. The Coordinator also guided the students to treat everyone with respect and kindness irrespective of caste and colour.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON EARTH DAY
The students of class V-B conducted assembly on Earth Day on 18th April 2016 to sensitize all about the need to preserve the resources of the planet Earth. The celebration comprised of thought for the day, environment pledge & anthem, the presentation for the concept of three R's – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle to minimize the accumulation of non biodegradable things.
Special Assembly on World Disabled Day
Special assembly was held for the topic by the young learners of Class I D . They depicted role play as Special wonders – Sudha Chandren and Halen Caller who proved themselves to this world in spite of being disabled . Special Dance depicted the massage that every child is shining star born with some other talent and nothing is impossible to achieve if we have strong determination and will power. To sensitize students towards special people a movie and power point presentation were shown to the students pursued by the following activities:-
CLASS I BOOK MARK WITH A MESSAGE
CLASS II ROLE PLAY
CLASS III GREETING CARD WITH A MESSAGE
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD LABOUR DAY
The primary students of the School had a special assembly on "World Labour Day". Class V-C presented the assembly with a thought highlighting the need to appreciate the diverse forms of works done by our helpers. The students acknowledged the help provided by various helpers and presented a flower and chocolate. Its a gesture of gratitude to them. The poem and talk on "labour's Day" by young students sensitized the students with the significant contribution made by the helpers so that we lead a life full of comfort and ease.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON Rabindranath Tagore
Special Assembly was conducted by class V children on 2nd May 2016 to mark 155th Birth Anniversary of the great literariness Rabindranath Tagore. The highlights of the assembly were thought, G.K questions a poem and the inspiring quotes and a song “Ekla chalo re” that motivated students to know about his contribution in the field of literature and to the society & Nation.
Special Assembly on World Environment Day
A Special Assembly was conducted on 4th of July 2016 on the theme “World Environment Day". The students came out with many activities like poem recitation , pledge on environment , speech, slogans and posters . All the participants of the assembly were wearing headgear with pictures and lines on environment .
The objective behind this assembly was to create more awareness about environment and to sensitize the students towards environment . The students were very enthusiastic in performing in the assembly and it helped them in enhancing their knowledge of the environment and realizing the fact that environment too needs love , care and attention and protection .
Special Assembly on WORLD POPULATION DAY
A Special Assembly on the them - World Population Day was organized on 11th July,2016 by the students of class IV-D. Students came out with many activities like Poem, G.K.Questions, pledge, views on World Population Day, thought of the day, current news & a skit showing benefits of a small family & lapses of a big family. The students presented an informative & joyful assembly followed by the distribution of the certificates of various Inter Class competitions.
Special Assembly on Parents Day
A special assembly was held on 18 July 2016 on the theme Parents Day. Students of class IV B presented the theme in a well orchestrated manner. Master of ceremony was Vashika Jain. Sahajleen Kaur recited a poem on this occasion. A special group performance was given by students as a tribute to the parents for being the angels in our lives. The event was made memorable by the presence of our respected Principal Madam. She addressed children on this occasion and inspired them to follow good values and manners. She told them to always obey and respect their parents and should strive to be the worthy citizens of our country.
Special Assembly on Independence Day
To celebrate the spirit of Independence and freedom class III C conducted an "Independence Day Assembly". The students presented vibrant dance performance that reflected the educated for all. The melodious patriotic song by the choir group spread the spirit of patriotism all around. The young enthusiastic students also enacted the role of their favourite freedom fighters and made everyone realize the importance of independence. The class Teacher, Coordinator and the Academic Director highlighted the importance of freedom and the struggle the people had been gone through to get the priceless independence.
Special Assembly on Janmashtami
The special assembly on Janmashtami was conducted by Class III on 22nd August 2016. The assembly began with a reflective thought on the theme of the assembly. The students also gave a vibrant dance presentation on the occasion. The young learners enacted themselves as a character from Krishan Leela and enlightened everyone with their characteristics and personality traits. The teacher incharge and the primary coordinator motivated the students to imbibe in them the qualities of Lord Krishna and move on the path of righteousness to achieve success.