An assembly is when the school community, or a part of it, meets together to share aspects of life that are of worth. It acts as a medium for communicating matters of significance from one generation to another.
The motive of having an assembly in a school is:
- To develop a feeling of affiliation and unity among students.
- To acquaint students with the school programme more clearly.
- To develop in students a sense of identity with the school.
- To enable students to share their experiences, stories, anecdotes with others.
- To provide them training in good social behaviour desired in public life.
- To motivate students by positive reinforcement in the form of praise or rewards awarded in public
- To facilitate the moral and religious development of students.
- To facilitate national integration and secularism through all-religion prayer meetings among students.
God could not be everywhere, therefore He created MOTHERS.’
For every child, a Mother is a Goddess. She is glorious and benevolent, sometimes angry, but she commands Love in every way. A Mother is surely the truest friend we have. Whenever there is an adversity, she clings on to us, until she dissipates the cloud of darkness and restore peace to our hearts. This is a Mother, the Motherhood, Its Love knows no boundary. It’s a special and impeccable bond which a Mother shares with her child. To honour this undying spirit and endeavours of a Mother, We at Goenka Model Town celebrated Mother’s Day with great fervour.
In our special assembly,9th May, 2019 kids gave a splendid performance as a symbol of gratitude towards their Mothers. As always assembly started off with news and a magnificent thought.
The students of grade III presented a beautiful performance depicting how precious she is in everyone’s life. And she should not only be honoured, but valued and appreciated at every point of life. She is entitled to it.
India is a land of cultural diversity. Every state and religion has their own traditions and festivals.
Keeping the secularity of India in mind, students of Grade I-III celebrated Baisakhi- the religious festival of Punjabis and Sikhs (also known as the harvest festival of Punjab) on 10th April, 2019.
The special assembly was conducted by the students of Grade II. They beautifully enlightened the audience about the importance of Baisakhi and how it is celebrated.
It was a delight to watch children perform on peppy Bhangra beats. A related video also helped everyone learn better about the festival.