REMINISCENCES - 2018 - 19
he enthusiastic team of class IC was excited to present the class assembly on the theme - 'Don't worry be happy' on 20 February 2019. Ishitha, Viraat, Nehankitha and Mayon were the anchors of the day. The programme commenced with a melodious song on happiness. They sang a song conveying the message that the happiness is the key to success. This was followed by few students presenting quotes on happiness. Aditya left the audience spellbound by playing the Mridangam, a percussion instrument from India of ancient origin. Laughter is the best medicine. To highlight this aspect, a hilarious skit was put up by the students which made the audience laugh their hearts out. Dance is one of the most divine forms of arts that has an ability to make others happy. The students enthralled and mesmerized the audience with a fabulous foot tapping performance. Students lastly proved that laughter is contagious by demonstrating few laughter yoga techniques involving the audience. The programme ended with Akshara rendering a vote of thanks. The audience left with an energized feeling and were overwhelmed with happiness and smiles on their faces and warmth in their hearts.
Love and care are the two most important tools in a person's life. It builds confidence, kindles kindness, compassion and empathy towards others.
Class of 1B depicted this beautiful message through their class assembly. They enthralled the audience with a melodious song 'Love one another and be kind'. This was followed by a unique show 'Trend Quest' a quiz along with an elegant ramp walk. Children walked up the ramp dressed as well known personalities who have made a mark for themselves on this planet through acts of selfless love and service to mankind. To add a sparkle to the show, students of class 1B performed a dance to a graceful number 'We are one', which indeed showed that we are one and love each other.
Finally on behalf of all the students of class 1B, students proposed vote of thanks expressing gratitude to everyone for guiding them and providing them with an opportunity to perform that conveyed the importance of love and care.
'Unity is Strength' is what the talented students of Class 1 A portrayed through their class assembly.
Decked up in white, the students looked smart and were ever enthusiastic to perform their bit of the show. The programme started off with a tuneful song which was apt for their theme. The song was followed by a short skit which depicted the advantage of being united. The students were confident and performed with joy.
They then surprised the audience with their stunning moves for a peppy song. The audience cheered for the students as they did cartwheels flawlessly.
The assembly ended with beautiful quotes to remember and reminisce. They spoke about staying united through all circumstances of life.
A boomerang is an instrument which is shaped in such a manner that when it is thrown, it rotates and spins back to the point of its origin. Human life can be compared to a boomerang. All that we do - good or bad comes back to us with complete accuracy. Every child's spirit mesmerized the entire atmosphere on the day of the class assembly on 18 January 2019.
The students of II B conveyed this message brilliantly through a small skit. It emphasized the fact that when we are young we love to play with our parents. When we grow up, we leave them and only come to them when we need something or when we are in trouble. No matter what, parents will always support us and give everything they can, just to make us happy. We take them for granted and often forget to appreciate all they do for us, until it's too late. So we should always love and respect our parents.
This was followed by a rhythmic song and a foot tapping dance on the song 'Better when I'm dancing'. The energy grew manifold when the students performed a unique Lilliput dance. This opportunity bestowed on them to perform was very well utilized by the students of 2B, leaving the audience enthralled.
As Mahatma Gandhi said,
"To find yourself, lose yourself in the service of others".
We all know how great it feels to receive gifts. However, the joy of getting is short lived. Our lives get richer when we share, and that great inner joy comes from helping others to better their lives. Truly giving from the heart fills your life with joy and nourishes your soul. Giving provides an intrinsic reward that’s far more valuable than the gift one receives. Giving takes you out of yourself and allows you to expand beyond earthly limitations. True joy lies in the act of giving without expecting to receive something in return.
"Giving is the master key to success, in all applications of human life". Hence to put some light on our theme "The Joy of Giving" the students of class II A presented a short assembly on 19 December, 2018. The act of giving was brought forward in the form of a skit, which helped the students to realize the importance of helping others. The rendition of the song left the audience mesmerized. The song was followed by a wonderful captivating dance by the students.
It was a humble feeling to know that the little ones are so sensitive to others feelings and needs. It is a great practice to educate the children about helping others and the assembly did that wonderfully.
"Friends arrive and make such a beautiful impact on our life that we can barely remember what life was like without them".
The students of class V C celebrated the true colours of 'Friendship' through their spectrum of programmes on the assembly day dated December 12, 2018. The program included a skit to illustrate the real friendship between 'Krishna and Sudhama'. The joy of friendship was spread through their melodious song- Gift of a Friend.
The students of class VC enthralled the audience through their foot tapping western dance number. The students also expressed what friendship means to them through a few 'quotes'.
The programme was concluded with a speech on friendship bringing forth the beauty of having a true friend for life whose friendship can be phrased as 'friendship of goods'.
On 5 December, students of class V B geared up for their class assembly with excitement. The assembly was loaded with different Asanas & their benefits.
The students were dressed up in costumes which were appropriate for the theme. The programme began with Milind and Bhanvi speaking about the importance of yoga in our daily lives. They elaborated on how yoga improves flexibility, strength and balance. Few students performed Veerabhadrasana, Ushtrasana, Bhujangasana, Vajrasana, Janushirsasana, Trikonasana & Paschimottanasana while other students spoke about the benefits of those asanas. Greeshma chanted a Shloka which was relaxing. Venika spoke about Surya Namaskara and its benefits "to inhale the future and exhale the past," All the students performed extraordinarily well. The programme was concluded by Maithreya acknowledging everyone for their efforts.