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Service to others and our nation's good : Class Assembly by 1E
  • Event Date: 29-Nov-2022
  • Updated On: 13-Dec-2022
  • Total Photo(s): 12
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Description: 'Everybody can be great because everybody can serve. Those who are happiest are those who do most for others.' The Morning Assembly undoubtedly holds the Numero Uno position out of all the routine activities in school. It aids community participation and is probably the first platform provided to young minds, that helps in boosting their confidence towards public speaking and imbibing a feeling of team spirit in their nascent minds. Keeping up with the same, the students of Class 1E conducted their class assembly on 29th November, 2022. The topic of the assembly was 'Service to others and our nation's good' which is part of the last verse of our school anthem. The assembly commenced with a morning prayer and a hymn. The students showcased how serving others not only makes them but also their friends and families happy while the hymn- 'Make me a servant' -stirred the musical chords of our hearts. The students also presented a scene on the preachings of Sikhism -where people from all religions were invited to ‘langar’-a form of ‘Sewa’. This was followed by 'The thought for the day' and an Ex Columban shared his story on how the school anthem inspired him to be of service to others. He also expressed his feelings about how his school life has left footprints in his heart. His son is a student in Class 1E and he beautifully articulated how the values of service and care for society were instilled in him throughout his school life. A few students spoke about some great men and women who are known for their service to humanity and have dedicated their lives to serve others. There was a rocking dance performance by a group of students to the tune of 'God made me'. The energy of the performance was contagious and left the audience in awe and appreciation. The Assembly delivered a strong message - 'Let's all shine and serve, give, love and change the world'. Our respected Principal, Brother Robert and the Junior School Headmistress, Mrs Ritu Kaushal also addressed the gathering. They motivated the students with encouraging words of wisdom. The assembly culminated with our school anthem.