3D Assembly

The students of class III D presented an assembly on Tuesday, 7th May 2019 on the topic, Simple Living, High Thinking, a value promoted and exemplified by Mahatma Gandhi. The assembly was a sincere attempt to inspire the students to imbibe this valuable virtue and to make them understand that real happiness does not lie in acquiring material things but in leading a humble life while having high values. The programme commenced with the rendition of the song, ‘We shall overcome’. This was followed by sharing of simple strategies on how to adopt the mantra of Simple living High thinking in our lives. A small skit presented by the students depicted that boasting about material things doesn’t always help but remaining simple and humble helps. The assembly culminated with the presentation of Group Dance by the students. The Headmistress Ma’am congratulated the students for presenting a wonderful assembly on such a relevant theme.

1C Assembly

‘ Gandhian Patriotism ‘ was the theme of the assembly. Children spoke about the importance of ‘Love Your Country -India’ and all that they could do for the their country like using resources well, planting trees,saying no to plastic etc. Every child spoke lines confidently. They sung a medley sing Nanha Munna Rahi…and danced on the number ‘Rang DE Basanti’ with Tricolour dupattas which added fervour to the feeling spirit of patriotism.

1B Assembly

Beautifully Displaying how Bapu showed us to face difficult situations with patience, dignity and truthfulness,the assembly opened with the song ..We shall overcome, followed by speakers speaking lines on how we can become stronger and deal with tough situations with love and non-violence. It concluded with the whole class performing with aplomb a dance on the song..’haan yahi rasta hai tera..’

1A Assembly

Class I A assembly was on 25/4/19. The theme was ‘There is Beauty in Simplicity’. Keeping in focus the 150 years birth celebration of Gandhiji, children all dressed in simple white, spoke about his life – when and where he was born, the values he learnt from his parents and how he put them to practise as he grew up. In the same context, children spoke about simplicity as a value to imbibe and how being simple let’s us focus on important things in life which make us a better person. Each child spoke his/ her lines confidently followed by a well synchronized dance on the song ‘Bandey mey tha dum’. Assembly ended with a vote of thanks by our Supervisor, Ms Madhuri Sahgal and a group photograph of parents and children.

3B Assembly

The assembly centered around the theme ‘Living together in Peace and Harmony , a virtue propagated by Gandhiji. The assembly began with a beautiful song ‘Make a wish’ followed by a short skit highlighting the importance of peace and harmony in one’s life. A child dressed as Gandhiji addressed the audience stressing the fact that we can prosper only by living together in peace with each other. It was highlighted that human beings should learn from the elements of nature which work together in harmony.
The assembly ended with a dance performance on the inspirational song ‘Deewarein’.
Our headmistress addressed the audience with her motivating words and applauded children for their efforts.
Parents left on a happy note and with a positive vibe.

3C Assembly

On 30th April 2019, students of class 3C presented an assembly to mark the importance of Gandhiji’s vision of Satyagraha. The main idea behind this is to inculcate the values and ideologies of Gandhiji in the young minds. The students began the assembly with a bhajan which was followed by expressing thoughts and later a dance was presented.

5A Assembly

Based on Earth Day, some children wrote and spoke about the pledge they were going to take on this day. Others made posters and coined slogans in support of the cause. A song with an apt message was presented – ‘Paryavaran hamara, jagir hamari.’ ‘Kai sadiyon pehle ….’ was the number to which the children danced – about the importance of trees and animals.
The Art teachers held a demonstration on creating useful things out of waste.

5C Assembly

The assembly was recognition of Gandhiji’s contribution towards the freedom struggle. Donning tri-coloured sashes and head bands, the students looked every bit the part of crusaders of change.
The assembly included:
• Trivia and facts about our National Flag
• Great personalities through the years, from different walks of life, taking a bow as they were introduced crisply by speakers
• Song …’Rise India Rise’ with a strong patriotic flavour
• Dance …’ Give me Freedom, Give me Fire’ exuding the fragrance of a free nation.

A backdrop of the charkha, Gandhiji, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Subhash Chandra Bose, with a poignant quote by Gandhiji…’Be the change you want to see in the world’ further added to the feel of the moment…
Parents were happy and content to see hundred percent participation, and for the students it was a great learning experience.

Ms.Amita Chauhan aptly rounded off the morning by asking students the true meaning of the displayed quote . She stressed the need for each to be an able citizen of the country, to keep the freedom struggle alive in our hearts n appreciate the freedom we so take for granted.

5B Assembly

THEME: Elections

The idea of the assembly was to educate and sensitize the young students through a dance cum drama skit, where the purpose was to emphasize the need and importance for voting for a strong and vibrant democracy in the backdrop of ongoing general elections to Lok Sabha. Further, through poems, songs and bone-tickling skit and dialogues by playing different characters in a democracy, various aspects of elections, role of public representatives and the people’s right to evaluate them by exercising their right of franchise were also explained in a made-easy manner which sent a strong message. In addition to this, the provisions of Indian Constitution and role of Election Commission of India, role of election observers along with various situations for voting through postal ballot for people on election duty were also explained. Important new developments in election process such as NOTA and role of VVPATs etc. was also brought to be understood by one and all and how all this aids in transparent and accountable system of electing a responsible and representative government for the people of India in the festival of Democracy in India.

4B Assembly


Class 4B conducted its assembly on 26th April 2019. The theme of the assembly was Earth Day. Children enthusiastically and wholeheartedly participated in the assembly.
Assembly started with ‘His Holiness, The Dalai Lama’s’ quote on environment followed by a short welcome speech.
This was followed by a Nukkad Natak where children effectively communicated the importance of saving the environment before it’s too late. They stressed upon the challenges faced by our environment and how as a resident of this planet we should conduct ourselves for the betterment of this blue planet.
Poem…The Earth Rap, dance…..Dharti Kahe and song…..The Earth is my home was performed with joy and enthusiasm.
The assembly concluded with Supervisor Mrs Sangeeta Mallik addressing the parents and a vote of thanks by class teacher.


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