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.

Independence Day Assembly (Grade-I)

“Carried with care, coated with pride, dipped in love, Fly-in glory, Moments of freedom in shade of joy. Proud to be an Indian. 

G D Goenka Model Town Primary wing celebrated the 75th Independence Day with full joy and enthusiasm. However, this year, again the celebration was virtual. We celebrated this freedom special event for entire week (09.0821-13.0821) to channelise the creativity of students through various activities.


Day1 Sone ki Chidhiyaa: The Golden Old Days

The celebration began with introducing the students with the facts about Indian history, our freedom struggle, freedom fighters through PPT and Modules and it also urged the children, to value the freedom we have got after the sacrifices of many Indians. 

Day 2- Quizo Mania: Our Nation and Our Pride

The followed-up activity was “Check Your Knowledge” where in quiz session was taken in the classes related to Indian freedom history, freedom fighters and movements. Virtual platform was used too the check their knowledge. Students enjoyed playing in teams and were enthusiastic of answering the questions.

Day3-  My Imagination of freedom

“My imagination of Freedom” a creative expression of what freedom means to them. Students beautifully spread their wings of imagination to express the meaning of freedom by portraying it colourfully. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by kids.

Day 4 – A Salute to my country

Poetry enhances the beauty and emotions of words keeping this in mind Day 4 was dedicated to poem recitation activity. “I salute my country” a poem recitation was conducted wherein students arose the feeling of patriotism, love for the country through beautiful verses.

Day5 – My Tricolour Plate

“Tricolour plating” a flameless cooking activity which was another creative skill that extracted out the hidden talents. Our little chefs came up with such delicacies which were not just innovative but also mouthwatering.

For sure, to have a successful week the participation of all students’ teachers and parent is quite essential. We extend our gratitude to all the parents and students for their unconditional support and cooperation.

“As our flag rolls up high, let every furl bring pride, glory, and joy to your heart. May you exist to witness all the dreams you have for this country come true. Happy Independence Day!”

Independence Day Assembly (Grade-II)

‘Let’s take decision, to value our nation

Won’t forget those sacrifices, whose gave us freedom’

15th August, a day of immense pride for all the Indians as we commemorate the sacrifices made by millions of our freedom fighters. Keeping in mind the celebrations of 75th Independence Day, we at GD Goenka Public School Model Town planned week long virtual activities, commencing from 9th August to 13th August. The students enjoyed and participated in these activities with zeal and enthusiasm.

Day -1 – 9th August started with a presentation which depicted the pre-independent India also known as the SONE KI CHIRIYA and its struggle for Independence. The presentation threw light on how Britishers ill-treated Indians and how the Indian freedom fighters fought to achieve our independence.


Day 2 On 10th August- QUIZ MANIA was conducted enriching our young Goenkans about Our nation…. Our pride. This helped them to gain knowledge about our freedom struggle and the Pre- Independent era.


Day 3-4 On 11th -12th August students did Role Play activity in Hindi where they enacted as their favourite freedom fighterss of India whose courage and patriotism continues to inspire us to work for a prosperous and strong India.


Day 5On 13th August– Students prepared MY TRI COLOR PLATTER showcasing their creative flameless cooking skills.

Poster making activity was also conducted where the students drew beautiful posters related to Independence Day and also wrote few lines about it.

Independence Day Assembly (Grade-III)

“Freedom is never dear at any price . It is the breath of life . What would a man not pay for living ?” – Mahatma Gandhi

To mark the patriotic spirit , GD Goenka Model Town organized Independence week wherein the students were indulged in various activities. The little goenkans were updated with the facts about Independence Day and the struggle of the freedom fighters in attaining independence, through a PPT followed by Quizo Mania – Our Nation Our Pride . The students actively participated in Character Enactment activity , wherein they played the role of freedom fighters of India. The little goenkans enjoyed flameless cooking activity Mouthful of Tri Colour Dishes : My Tricolour Plate” creating their scrumptious platter using tri coloured  ingredients .

Chocolicious Life Assembly (Grade I to III)

 ‘Life is like chocolate you never know what you’re going to get’

 A special e-assembly was conducted on Chocolicious life. The assembly was live and students spoke lines, quotes and poem on chocolate. Students also shared the names of their favourite chocolate and why do the like it. The teacher also shared a tagline with their class- Teachers’ word.

Yoga International Day Assembly (Grade I to III)

Yoga is an invaluable gift of ancient Indian tradition that embodies unity of body and mind. Students of G D Goenka Public School Model Town observed International Yoga Day on Monday 21 June 2021 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The International Day of Yoga celebrates the physical and spiritual prowess that Yoga has brought to the world stage. In the light of the prevailing situation, this year, the International Yoga Day is set to go digital.

Little goenkans demonstrated yogasanas followed by some breathing techniques like Anuloma and Viloma at their homes. An assembly was also  conducted for the same in which benefits of Yoga were discussed. All the teachers and students participated in this event wholeheartedly to make this day a grand success.

Here are the glimpses for the same Click here 

Summer Season Assembly (Grade I to III)

Assembly is a great platform to bring out the innate freshness in children. In regard to this a virtual assembly was conducted by Grade- I- III on 14.6.2021 Monday.

The students enthusiastically participated in the assembly and spoke news and thought of the day confidently. They also shared the ways to keep themselves cool in the scorching heat of the sun. Beautiful poems were also recited by the children.

Baisakhi Assembly (Grade I to III)

Baisakhi is one of the most significant dates in the calendar for natives of Punjab. This festival marks the beginning of a new year for Hindus, and it is equally significant for the Sikhs. Baisakhi, also known as Vaisakhi, symbolizes the beginning of the harvest season. Farmers harvest their Rabi crops and hope for an abundant yield.

G D Goenka Public School Model commemorated this significant occasion with full zest and zeal. Our celebration knew no bound when we celebrated Plant Appreciation Day along with Baisakhi. We conducted our first special assembly of the session 2021-22 wherein the students were acquainted with the details of the festivals through a PowerPoint Presentation. The celebration also incorporated various craft activities like making of dancing figures with sticks, Baisakhi greeting card, dhol making activity along with some conceptual activities like seed germination. They were also given the opportunity to tap their feet on the bhangra beats and enjoy the festival to the fullest. Sharing few glimpses of the virtual fiesta.

Welcome Assembly (Grade I to III)

‘A smile is the universal Welcome.’

The first Virtual assembly for the session 2021-2022 was conducted by G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN to welcome all students to the new session and also to celebrate the World Health Day on 7th April 2021.

The assembly began with the morning prayer brightening the atmosphere with the mellifluous voice of the little ones.
Post which, students were briefed and awared about the World Health Day through PowerPoint Presentation.

With the motive of educating and entertaining students at the same time, a welcome song was played wherein students tapped their feet enthusiastically.
An interactive session was also organised to make students aware about good health and good eating habits.

An activity in Maths period was also conducted for grade1 students integrating the topic ‘Eat healthy and stay healthy’ wherein students drew their favourite fruits according to the members in their family and later counted the total fruits.

‘It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.’
~ Mahatma Gandhi

Vasant Panchami Assembly (Grade I to III)

‘Spring in air
Freshness blossoms everywhere
See the flowers grow
Bestowed with knowledge and wisdom’

Vasant Panchami is a festival that highlights the onset of Spring Season.
It was celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal by the students of G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN (Grade I, II and III) on 16.02.2021.

Spring season, the symbol of new thoughts new learning and freshness. It is also the occasion of Goddess Saraswati, the symbol of learning and symbolises creative energy and power in all its form.
As it’s strong significance in Hindu mythology , Vasant Panchami is considered one of the most important festival in India

The festival is celebrated in agricultural fields with ripening of yellow flowers of mustard crop and therefore, the colour ‘Yellow’ is known as the colour of the occasion and was worn by the children and the teachers alike.

The assembly commenced with the morning prayer followed by the PowerPoint Presentation wherein children were briefed about the importance and significance of the festival.
They also thanked Goddess Saraswati with a beautiful song and greeted each other with the warm wishes.


Republic Day Assembly (Grade I,II & III)

Our little Goenkans are full of enthusiasm when it comes to celebration. Today the students celebrated the 72nd Republic Day with great zeal.

The celebration was followed with class assembly on Republic Day, Flameless cooking (sandwich making) and marking of the states and union territories on map with the four directions.

Students learned about the Tri-colour flag while making a tri-colour sandwich on their own, which they enjoyed later on while eating and sharing with other family members.

They also learned about all the states and union-territories. A video was shown to them about the states and union-territories. Also, later on they marked the states on the map, which helped them in learning more about INDIA.

Wishing you all free and safe HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY.


Christmas Assembly (Grade I-III)

‘Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have a real spirit of Christmas.’

Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting. It is a time when family and friends come together and remember the good things they have.

On 24th December, the students of G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN organised Christmas assembly virtually wherein students and teachers followed the theme of wearing red colour.

The main aim of Virtual assembly is to inculcate the festive spirit and the values of Unity in Diversity.

The assembly started with the significant message on Christmas that its all about giving and being generous. The students brilliantly performed melodious Christmas Carols like ‘Joy to the World’ and ‘Jingle Bells’. The children were filled with joy and excitement as the assembly was followed by Christmas Party.

 The message of the assembly was loud and clear-

Come let us embrace the spirit of Christmas by bringing joy and happiness.



The asssembly started by seeking the blessings of almighty and was followed by news, thought and a pelothera of activities and presenations. ( Grade-I)


The students of Grade-I & II were given the awareness about smog and how can they keep themselves safe and healthy during this time. They were also taught few ‘asanas’ that can help them to breathe freely and fearlessly.


The Students of Grade-III depeicted the detoriation of Air Quality from 1980’s to 2020. The students also discussed about the causes and the effects of SMOG on the environment and Human Beings . They also talked about various preventive measures that should be taken and gave the solutions.


Nanak Naam Chardi Kala,

Tere Bhane Sarbat Da Bhala

Gurupurab is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and is celebrated with great zeal in India. The Primary Department (Grade-II) of G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN celebrated

Gurupurab Virtually on 27.11.2020

The respective class teacher aspired the students about the principles and teachings of the pious soul, Guru Nanak Dev.

Videos and PowerPoint presentation on his life and traditions inspired by the scared soul were shown to the students which reiterated the message of  ‘One God’ and the ‘Eternal Truth’.

A calm virtual atmosphere was created by soothing ‘Shabad’ sung by the students.

Children were also informed  about the Present Guru ‘Guru Granth Sahib’ Ji which includes 1430 angs(parts) and also about the ‘Khalsa Panth’ ( the  religious political community of Sikh).

The assembly ended with smiling faces of Little Goenkans.


Teachings: Click here


 “ Celebrate the victory of the forces of good over Evil. Let’s celebrate an auspicious day to begin new things in life.”

A special assembly on the occasion of Dussehra was conducted by Grade 1 on 22th September 2020. The assembly showed the importance of Dussehra and kept the students excited throughout the presentation. The students presented a short enactment of Ramayana in a beautiful poetic form. Dussehra, which is also called Vijayadashmi, is the culmination of the nine-day Navaratri celebrations. Dussehra celebrates Lord Ram’s victory over Ravan in a festival spread over ten days. The students also highlighted the importance of the festival in today’s world. This auspicious day reminds people of the fact that truth always wins and motivates them to follow the path of dharma. The event was a learning experience for all of us and enriched us about our rich Indian culture and values.

The festivity is incomplete without dance and music. Students beautifully presented folk dances, fusion of western with traditional. The dance event was a great success where in students were thrilled with each other’s performance. Sharing few links of the beautiful presentations.

Dance link:

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3) Link Click here


A time for celebration,

A time for victory of good over bad,

A time when world see the

example of power of good.

A time to celebrate Dussehra.

G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN celebrated Dussehra virtually on 22nd October 2020 i.e Thursday with great religious zeal and fervour. The day began with a message by the respective class teachers along with a prayer.

Also, the latest happenings around the world and thought for the day were shared by the students. The tiny tots attired themselves as characters of Ramayana and enacted some scenes from the epic Ramayana.

On the special occasion, children dressed up in ethnic attire and learnt about the Indian Mythology and some unknown facts about the Ramayana.

The virtual live assembly ended with the energetic dance performance of the students along with the result declaration of the dance competition held on 17.10.2020.

Virtual Skit Link: Click here


 “Strength does not come from physical

capacity But from an indomitable will ”

Gandhi Jayanti on October 2nd is the birth anniversary of Mohandas karam Chand Gandhi , who is a pioneer of truth and non-violence. He is known as the father of the Nation. The students of grade 1 celebrated the 151 birth anniversary of the this noble man .On this auspicious occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, our little Goenkans celebrated Gandhian week which was full of exciting and enriching activities wherein they made beautiful craft of charkha to promote the usage of khadi clothes . Swadeshi movement was also discussed with them. The virtual /E-assembly started with the morning prayer which was further followed by live performances including music as well as dance.


Live as if you were to die tomorrow. 

Live as if you were to live forever.’

Gandhi Ji was a fearless campaigner for the rights and dignity of all people, whose constant and unwavering promotion of non-violence as a tool to win over hearts and minds has forever left it marks on the world.

To mark the birth anniversary of ‘Father of Nation’… G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN celebrated Gandhian week from 28.09.2020 to 01.10.2020.

The week was full of activities and discussion on the unknown facts about the life of Mahatma Gandhi and his inspirational work.

Live Assembly on Gandhi Jayanti was conducted on 01.10.2020 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The day started with prayer ‘Ek tu hi bahrosa’ followed by thought of the day and news. Children also sang the song ‘Sabarmati ke sang, tune kardiya kamal…’ and further tap their feet portraying Gandhi ji. The day ended with the awarding the e-certificate holders.


“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

-Mahatma Gandhi

The Gandhi Jayanti celebrations were held in school on the 1st of October 2020, Thursday. The assembly began with prayer by the school choir, in the form of an ode to the Father of our nation. On this auspicious occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the students of presented the assembly on the theme ‘Non-Violence’ depicting the life of the great man who lived on the principles of ahimsa and non-violence. Through a small yet exceptionally amazing skit, the students presented as to why Gandhi Ji chose to follow the path of ahimsa and non-violence to fight against the British Empire. They presented the philosophical and pragmatic ideals of Gandhi Ji.

The splendid event concluded with a graceful dance performance by the students. The students laid emphasis on non-violence with the thought “Anger is the enemy of non-violence and pride is a monster that swallows it up”. The students showed through the skit how Gandhi Ji’s teaching is still relevant in our lives. The assembly was finally concluded with the National Anthem.


Teacher’s Day Assembly ( Grade-III)


ignite the imagination, in still love for learning guide us and teach us!

and that’s why we should always be grateful to them and be appreciative for what they do for us.

This exactly what little gonkans did on 4th Sept’2020 in a special assembly which celebrated and exalted the spirit of teaching, learning and the special bond between a teacher and students. The delightful day started on with English – Hindi news headlines followed by thought for the day. After this student recited enchanting poems and group song for teachers in Hindi and English, respectively. To put icing on the cake students came up with a brilliant game of ‘Guess Who?’ in which they gave away drolly yet amicable titles to everyone.

 Everyone was overwhelmed with ebullience and joie de vivre as this wondrous occasion instilled in the vision to create and decorate lives as this core responsibility is vested upon us, as we are Teachers!

Assembly Click here AV 

Teacher’s Day Assembly ( Grade-II)

 Teacher can change lives with just the right mix of chalk and challenges.’

Goenkan Students organized the Special Assembly on Teacher’s Day. With great zeal and enthusiasm, they thanked their Gurus and showered love.

The assembly was organized in a way to surprise their teachers where students lead the show and exalted the spirit of teaching and learning.

The delightful day started with the thought of the day followed by poem recitation and ‘Message to Teacher’ where each child shared their wishes for their teachers.

Students also enacted like one of their favourite teachers and sang melodies in regards. The day ended with the beautiful dance performance by everyone.

Everyone was overwhelmed with exuberance and excitement. 


Upper Primary ( Grade-I,II & III)

Class- I  &  Section
Class-II & Section
Class-III & Section
Primary (Grade-IV, V & VI)

Class- IV & Section
Class V & Section
Class-VI & Section
Middle ( Grade-VII, VIII & IX)

Class- VII & Section
Class-VIII & Section

Class-IX & Section

Secondary ( Grade-X, XI, & XII)

Class-X & Section
Class-XI & Section
Class-XII & Section