Special Assembly: Independence Day
A special assembly to celebrate the happiness of India’s independence was organized by the Akash House of Primary Wing on 14th August 2018 at the school auditorium. The assembly started with prayer, followed by presentation thought for the day about facts of the independence in English & Hindi. Talk show on the soldiers of the country, patriotic song and dance was also part of the function. The following inter-house competitions were also organized after the special assembly:-
- Flag colouring for classes I.
- Flag drawing and colouring for classes II.
- Patriotic song for classes III to V.
Special Assembly for Class VI
A special assembly was conducted on 22nd January 2018 for the students of class VI. Theme of the assembly was Vasant Panchami, to worship Goddess Saraswati, the Goddess of learning and celebrate the onset of spring season. The program commenced with the lighting of the lamp followed by offering prayer to goddess Saraswati. The students of class 6th then presented a welcome dance ‘Ma Saraswati Sharde` followed by a thought on the importance of learning and knowledge, the news and a talk show on the relevance, tradition, folklores etc. of Vasant Panchami. A poem on the beauty of spring season was also recited. The program was concluded by a few words of wisdom and encouragement by the Principal and the National Anthem.
Special Assembly: Food for Thought
Class VIII conducted a special assembly on 27th Dec 2017. The Theme was “Food for thought”. A power point presentation which traced the story of food from the days when man was a hunter, to the modern times where some people waste food and many do not get one decent meal a day, called for some serious introspection. They drove home the point that we should not waste food, with a sensitive depiction of the many starving people around us.
Special Assembly: Diwali
On 16th October, 2017 the students of class 11 came together to put a special assembly for the school on the theme ‘triumph of good over evil’. Bipasha, Aniket and Rachana were the narrators and told the story of 2 wolves—-evil and good—- that lie within all of us. This story was beautifully depicted through a vivid slide show and a dance that was choreographed and performed by our very own class 11 students. To end this assembly the class 11 band played their soul stirring rendition of ‘heal the world’. The assembly was well received by the audience who gave a thunderous round of applause at the end of it all. In addition to this there was also a short prize distribution ceremony held after.
Rashtriya Ekta Diwas
Rashtriya Ekta Diwas (National Unity Day) was observed on the occasion of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s birth anniversary on 31st October 2017. Students were made aware about the contributions of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in keeping India united. The purpose for celebrating Rashtriya Ekta Diwas was explained to the students in the school assembly. Primary Wing students formed the chain of unity in their respective classes to commemorate the occasion.