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.

2D Assembly

DATE: 1ST MAY 2019
Class 2D assembly was held on 1st may 2019.
The assembly was based on Gandhiji’s famous quote “Cleanliness is next to Godliness “.
The children spoke about the importance of keeping not only their homes and school but also their surroundings, city and country clean.
They took a pledge to fulfill their responsibility towards realising Gandhiji’s dream of clean and healthy India.

2E Assembly

DATE: 8TH MAY 2019
Theme: Children Are Special
The assembly started with a melodious song -’bacche mann ke sache’.
Then the children spoke lines on what makes them special.
Deeds like being helpful, being honest,kind to animals, respecting elders were addressed.
This was followed by a dance.

2C Assembly

The students of class II-C had their class assembly on 24th April, 2019. The topic of their assembly was inspired by a quote of Mahatma Gandhi- ‘Earth has enough for man’s need but not enough for man’s greed’ .
The assembly started with a dance on a song from Delhi Safari which showcased how Delhi has changed over time. The students then went on to enact a play, highlighting the importance of trees in our lives and why we should save them.The assembly ended with the students singing the ‘Earth Day’ song.


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