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Grade II Kaveri – Corona Warriors

‘Hard times don’t create heroes. It is during the hard times when the ‘hero’ within us is revealed’. -Bob Riley Indeed, these words ring true to each one of us for those who rose to the occasion and went beyond their call of duty amidst the pandemic. These were none other than our health workers, sanitation workers, policemen, teachers and bankers. And to applaud these heroes, the learners of Grade II - Kaveri conducted a Virtual Assembly on the theme, ‘Corona Warriors', on Wednesday, 29 July 2020. The assembly commenced with a prayer showing our gratitude for all that we have, followed by the thought of the day, and news. The learners were confident as they conducted the assembly. The learners donned the hat of not only orators, but also actors as they presented a hilarious depiction of corona and the dedication of the unsung heroes who are fighting it. The humourous dialogues and actions found the audience in splits at regular intervals. The hardships and contributions of unsung heroes such as doctors, teachers, policemen, cleaners and lastly - learners was portrayed on the screen brilliantly. A foot tapping performance by the dancers on "We are Strong", and a melodious rendition of "We shall overcome” brought the show to its culmination. The assembly concluded with a heartfelt note from the Pre-Primary Coordinator, Ms Gagandeep Kaur and the mother teacher Ms Ishi Jain, as they applauded the efforts of the learners as well as the parents.

Grade II Yamuna

>7 Ways to Beat the Lockdown Blues "One moment of patience may ward off great disaster. One moment of impatience may ruin a whole life." This quote aptly describes this time of uncertainty of Covid-19. To be able to count one's blessings during this pandemic is worth a thought . The first virtual assembly for the Pre-Primary Wing started off with great gusto, as the learners of Grade II - Yamuna presented, through their assembly, '7 Ways to Beat the Lockdown Blues'. The assembly began with an ode to the times each one has been blessed to have experienced before the lockdown, and to the perseverance we have learned to foster within. The use of technology supported the script, as learners donned the hat of news anchors and shared 7 widely popular ways being undertaken by people to beat the boredom that has swept across ever since the lockdown. Complete with fun recipes and craft work, an author's recital, a live music performance, dance and workout session, the learners were exhilarated to see their work stitched into a movie and presented to them. The assembly was concluded with a heartfelt note from the Pre-Primary Coordinator, Ms Gagandeep Kaur, as she encouraged the students as well as the parents without whose efforts and support the assembly would not have been possible.

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Independence Day Assembly – Primary Wing

India’s 74th Independence Day was celebrated online with gusto and enthusiasm by the students, parents and teachers of the Primary Wing of Lotus Valley International School, Noida Extension.

The Principal, Ms. Indu Yadav, addressed the gathering with her motivational words, inspiring the students to always be ready and eager to serve their country as responsible and enlightened citizens.

The school choir presented a melodious patriotic song and the budding musicians showcased their skills at various instruments with a medley performance. Students dressed up in traditional attires as a mark of Unity in Diversity in our country. The mile stones India has achieved in was creatively presented with pride.

Students of Grade III made sumptuous tri-colour dishes with their parents.

Students of Grade IV put up a dazzling poetry recitation performance and kite doodling, showing their love for India.

Grade V students displayed their creative mettle with silhouette painting.

Parents went down the memory lane and shared their childhood memories of this day.

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Janmashtami - Sri Krishna’s Birth Celebration- Assembly by Grade III Ashoka and Augustus

The festival of Janamasthami was celebrated in Lotus Valley International School, N E , in the form of a first virtual Special Assembly on 7rd August, 2020. The enthusiastic and playful spirit of Janamasthmi was demonstrated by the mesmerising performance of the young Lotusians of Grade III Ashoka and Augustus. The assembly commenced with the news about the world and the events of our school, by younger reporters. The enlightened students recited the famous shloka,“Yada Yada hi Dharmasya” from the Epic of Mahabharata , depicting the light of ultimate knowledge and the teaching of Lord Krishna.The vociferous participants explained the significance of the festival ,through a skit enactment,which was a delight to one and all.

The audience was enthralled by the number ‘Gokul ki galion mein…’ sung by the young singers and the foot tapping dance on the medley.The young devotees put-up a scintillating show as they dressed-up as the various stages of Lord Krishna's life. Dressed in colourful costumes and wearing cheerful smiles on their faces,they portrayed him as the innocent prankster or 'makhan chor', dancing with Radha.

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Assembly Grade 5 Einstein

On 23rd July 2020, Grade V Einstein presented their first virtual school assembly. The theme of the assembly was sustainable development goal 1 i.e, Climate Action.

The assembly commenced with a refreshing morning prayer, ‘Worthy is your name’ sung by the choir group. Students thanked respected Principal ma’am and other teachers for providing them the platform to showcase their presentation. Students spoke about kindness and ways in which it can be practiced. Later, students presented international, national and campus news to keep us updated with the recent events. Students presented a conversation to spread awareness about climate change and its effects. Students took a pledge to go green, the message was well delivered by our scholars and hence the assembly was concluded.

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Special Assembly - Independence Day – Grade VI Aries

"At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom." - Jawaharlal Nehru, Indian Declaration of Independence, August 15, 1947 The 74th Independence Day of India was celebrated by the Middle Wing of the Lotus Valley International School, Noida Extension on Saturday, 15 August 2020 with immense enthusiasm and pride. The celebratory event began with the school Principal Mrs Indu Yadav’s address sharing her vision of a new India, inspiring all to have high aspirations and urging everyone to do their bit towards the growth of the nation. This was followed by many cultural performances by the talented students showcasing the unparalleled hues of unity in diversity, which truly is the pride of the nation. Following Principal’s address, an ode was paid to the most celebrated poet of all times, Shri Jai Shankar Prasad. His famous poem, tilted ‘Himadri Tung Shring Se’ was recited in honour of the freedom fighters of India. Taking ahead the spirit of freedom and patriotism, the school band exhibited a medley of foot-tapping patriotic mash up that invoked nationalistic fervour and pride wherein each note of the instrumental music resonated with the aspirations of our founding fathers. This was followed by another stupendous performance by the dancers showcasing their well-choreographed skills and finesse to explore the strength of our "Bharat Varsh” through a Bharatnatyam performance on the song “Vande Matram”.

The celebrations continued with yet another power-packed performance by students of grade VI and VII who composed a patriotic song that left the audience spell-bound and filled them with awe as they witnessed the spirit of creativity and enthusiasm of students. The online virtual assembly was a great success. It was a day of elation, a day of love and respect for the country, instilling in the Lotusians the value and reverence for the gift of freedom by the great leaders of the country. The event was highly appreciated by the Principal and the attending parents and students. The virtual assembly concluded with the National Anthem, creating an atmosphere laced with patriotic undertones.

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Raksha Bandhan and Janmashtami assembly VII Seneca

Grade 7 Seneca presented their first virtual assembly on Friday, 07.08.2020 to celebrate two famous festivals of India that is Raksha Bandhan and Janmashtami. The assembly commenced with a refreshing morning prayer, ‘Zariya’ sung by the choir group. To commemorate this auspicious occasion the students presented dance on a shloka followed by the thought of the day and news. Thereafter, students talked about some facts related to these two festivals. They narrated a story related to celebrating Raksha Bandhan and how the festival of Janmashtami is observed with great fervour and zeal in India. To celebrate lord Krishna’s birthday with gaiety and festivity the students presented a beautiful dance on Krishna’s song. The whole atmosphere was filled with jubilation at the end of the assembly.

Assembly Grade IX Oak

“Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.”

The students of grade IX Oak presented their first virtual assembly on ‘Mental Wellness’ on Friday17 July.2020. The assembly started with the melodious sound of our school prayer ‘Make me a channel of your peace’. Students shared the thought of the day and news updates. Student council members Kasshvi Saxena and Shreya Chaturvedi gave an inspiring talk on mental wellness wherein they talked about how students can manage their mental health during these challenging times by taking proper sleep, involving themselves in physical exercise, practicing gratitude etc. A beautiful rendition of Katy Perry’s song ‘Fireworks’ was sung by Pakhi Choudhary, Aayat Vackaar and Jayashree Rai, which clearly gave the message that how one should believe in themselves and always look up for the silver lining in any negative situation. Coordinator mam appreciated the efforts of students and enlightened them on how to take care one's mental health by trusting their own inner strengths and values.

Link to the assembly: https://youtu.be/7mXPOA2AjR0

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Assembly Grade 9 MAPLE

On 31st July 2020, Grade IX Maple presented their first virtual school assembly. The theme of the assembly was Self Reliance.

The assembly commenced with a refreshing morning prayer, ‘Make me a channel of your peace’ sung by the choir group. Students thanked respected Principal ma’am and other teachers for providing them the platform to showcase their presentation. Students spoke about self-reliance and the ways in which it can be practiced. Later, students presented thought of the day and then national, sports and campus news to keep us updated with the recent events. Students presented a TED-Ed ppt to encourage everyone to be self-reliant wherein they discussed the ways and tricks by which one can become self-reliant. Students recited a shloka and its meaning to make everyone understand the importance of being self-reliant. The message was well delivered by our scholars and the assembly culminated with a lovely song sung by the students,

Assembly on "Say No to Plastic" performed by Grade IV Takshila

"Say No to Plastic.” Students of class 4 Takshila performed an assembly titled 'Bye Bye Plastic' on Friday, 6 September 2019. It highlighted the immediate and imperative need to ban the use of plastic. Beginning with the news and the thought for the day, the students went on to perform a skit enumerating the various ways in which plastic has already damaged our ecosystem. Marine life, plant life and humans- everybody has become a victim to this toxic product. Students provided alternatives to avoid the use of plastic. The skit was concluded with a poetry recitation on the harmful effects of plastic. The Principal applauded the students for their initiative and urged them to take steps to eradicate the use of plastic from their lives. Students who won Inter School events were also felicitated in the assembly. In the ‘Litspree’ competition held at Billabong high International School, we won the First Position in the ‘Tech Connect’ event. The winners were Aadya Sharma and Shaurya Sood. In the ‘Arguably the Best Debate’ competition, we bagged the Second Position. The winners were Amika Agarwal, Laasya Raghuvanshi and Rishita Talwar. The awards for Best Student, for the month of August and WOW class were also given. The school anthem marked the conclusion of the assembly.

Assembly by students of Grade VIII Aryabhatta

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Class 8 Aryabhatta conducted the school assembly based on the value of the month, resilience. The comperes enlightened everyone about the topic, giving the example of the life of the great American scientist, Thomas Edison. A skit was performed wherein the students demonstrated a classroom scene highlighting the problems and challenges a student faces in life and how keeping a resilient spirit can solve those problems. Students also performed a melodious group song based on the theme that mesmerised everyone. This was followed by prize distribution wherein awards for Student of the Month, WOW Class and Read-a-Thon were given. The assembly concluded with the national anthem.

Assembly by learners of Kindergarten-Orchid

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‘The pathway to educational excellence lies within each school.-Terrance Deal’ everyone’s educational journey traverses the golden path through schools. It is what defines our outlook towards life. To rejoice and revel in the importance of schools in our lives, students of Kindergarten-Orchid hosted an assembly on 17 September 2019, Tuesday. The theme of the assembly was “Mera School, Meri Pehchaan-My School, My identity and Save Water” to inform the students about using water judiciously. It started with thought of the day followed by an inspirational song “thoda thoda use karo paani” The children sang a beautiful rhyme, “Oh! I love my School” which struck a chord with every students feelings towards their school, a sense of pride and sense of belonging. The same was reiterated through a heart-warming dance performance highlighting their responsibilities towards their school and their country. The Principal, Ms.Indu Yadav addressed the audience and appreciated the efforts of students and motivated them with her encouraging words. It culminated with the national anthem.

Assembly by learners of Kindergarten-Tulip

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‘Prevention is better than cure’ It has been said wisely. To draw home the importance of the same, the students of Kindergarten-Tulip hosted a general assembly on Friday, 13 September 2019. The theme of the assembly was "Stay Germ Free, Stay Healthy".The assembly started with the prayer followed by meditation. The students sang an educational song "Sabse pehle hota hai hath geela" in which the students exhibited the correct steps of washing their hands. Two special awards were given out – ‘The Wow Classroom’ and ‘The Creative Classroom’ to recognize outstanding classroom management and acknowledge excellent aesthetics, respectively. The assembly closed with the national anthem.

Special assembly by students of Grade II- Indus

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‘Yoga is the Journey of the self, to the self, through the self.’ Fervent with the spirit of celebrating the unison of mind and body, students of Grade II Indus presented an assembly on the topic, ‘YOGA’, on 9 July, 2019. The assembly started with the prayer and was followed by meditation. Yoga is an ancient form of physical, mental and spiritual practice with roots in India, that unites one’s body and consciousness. The assembly began with the students of Grade II creating aesthetically beautiful figurines like the ship of the desert. This was followed by a short skit based on Susan’s Verde’s book “I am Peace”, which spoke about how one can find mindfulness in a chaotic and stressful world. Before the assembly came to a close, 5 simple yoga asanas were introduced to the audience which they were encouraged to learn and practice towards building a stronger yet calmer self. A power packed dance by the students of Indus culminated the assembly. Two special awards were given out – ‘The Wow Classroom’ and ‘The Creative Classroom’ to recognize outstanding classroom management and acknowledge excellent aesthetics, respectively. The assembly closed with the national anthem.

Assembly by learners of Grade Nursery-Indigo

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Nursery–Indigo conducted an assembly themed ‘Keep the jungle clean’, on 18th October, 2019. The theme was well presented by the little ones. It began with melodious musical performance on the song- Jungle mein Jaanwar, followed by an energetic dance on the song- The animal dance song. The concept was enacted in a beautiful way by the children along with the narration. The assembly was concluded with singing of the National Anthem.

Special assembly by learners of grade I and II

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‘At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom’ A special assembly on the occasion of Eid and Independence Day was conducted by the students of Grade I and II on August 16, 2019. Students dressed in the attire of some of the bravest freedom fighters, shouted famous slogans dedicated to the country and shared about the struggle which our freedom fighters faced in order to free India from the British rule. The two dance performances on the songs 'Vande Matram' and 'Ae Watan' mesmerised the audience and evoked a feeling of patriotism in everyone. To mark the celebration of Eid, students presented a beautiful rendition of the song 'Duma Dum Mast Kalandar'. School Principal, Ms Indu Yadav, addressed the gathering and urged everyone to do their bit towards the growth of the nation. Pre-Primary Coordinator, Ms Gagandeep Kaur delivered a vote of thanks which was followed by the singing of the national anthem.

Special assembly on Teacher's Day by learners of Grade V-Einstein

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“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops” Teachers’ day assembly was conducted by students of grade V- Einstein on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 with great gusto and gaiety. This was a special assembly not only because it was being held to celebrate Teachers’ Day but also because through this, children paid their heartfelt gratitude towards their own teachers they interact with every day. It began with a short skit that emphasised the importance of teachers as facilitators who mould and shape young minds to become great leaders thereby inspiring them to pursue their dreams with boundless dedication and passion. This was followed by a song dedicated to the teachers and Ganesh Vandana by our young yogis. To acknowledge the consistent efforts of the teachers, specially curated crowns were awarded to all teachers as a tribute to their valuable contribution. The school Principal, Ms. Indu Yadav in her address appreciated the efforts of students and motivated them with her encouraging words of wisdom. Grade VII – Marx received the WOW class of the month award and student of the month awards were also distributed. It culminated with the National Anthem.

Special Assembly-Janamashtami and Rakshabandhan

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The school atmosphere was pervaded with a spirit of festivity and joy as the young lotusians celebrated Janamashtami and Rakshabandhan on 23rd August, 2019 at Lotus Valley International School, NE. The Special Assembly conducted by the students of Class III Alexander highlighted the importance of celebrating the festivals together, promoting the feeling of love, happiness and family. The audience were thrilled to see the musical ‘Tableaux’ of events in Shri Krishna’s life from birth to the battle field in Mahabharata. The bitter-sweet relationship and the eternal bond of love between a brother and sister were highlighted by the children through the melodious rendition of a song. The assembly concluded with the motivational words by School Principal Ms. Indu Yadav who highlighted the importance of the celebrating festivals with family and friends which binds us with a common thread that promotes happiness and togetherness.

Special Assembly-Dussehra

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“Celebrate the victory, Good over Evil. Let's celebrate an auspicious day, to begin new things in life.” Dussehra was celebrated by the Pre-Primary Wing on Tuesday, 1 October, 2019 with a series of enchanting performances by the students and the teachers. A soothing classical song was sung by the students of Grade I. This was followed by a dance performance on the Ram bhajan by KG students. The highlight of the day was the enactment of the Ram Leela by the teachers well enunciated narration, background scores and interesting portrayal of the different characters. The audience was left spellbound as the story unfurled on stage. Parents were present to witness not just the young ones put on a show, but also watch our gurus turn actors to depict and portray one of the biggest lessons to be learned - that good always triumphs over evil in the end. The Principal, Ms. Indu Yadav, addressed the gathering and shared her valued thoughts. The vote of thanks was presented by the Pre Primary Coordinator, Ms. Gagandeep Kaur. The assembly culminated with the National Anthem.

Special Assembly- Gandhi Jayanti & Dussehra

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Truth and untruth often co-exist; good and evil often are found together-Mahatma Gandhi. Convergence of two festivals with the essence of vanquishing evil through good was celebrated with great fervour at Lotus Valley International School, Noida Extension. Nursery- Lavender conducted an assembly on the themes of Dussehra and Gandhi Jayanti on Friday,27 September, 2019. The concept of conquering the evil within which is reflected in both Ramayana and life story of Gandhiji was well presented by the little ones. Children enchanted the audience with their erudition of the Ramayana, followed by an enthralling dance performance on the song- Happy Vijaydashmi. Children paid homage to the Father of Our Nation- Mahatma Gandhi, by presenting soothing rendition of Raghupati Raghav and Ainak pehne. The school Principal, Ms. Indu Yadav, addressed the parents and appreciated the efforts put in by the children. The assembly concluded with singing of the National Anthem

Special assembly by students of Grade IV Nalanda & Grade V Newton

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The learners of grade IV Nalanda and grade V Newton celebrated ‘Eid and Independence Day Special Assembly’ on 14th August, 2019. The event began with an inspirational poetry, saluting the spirit of national integration. An ideal image of unity in diversity was projected by the children who came dressed up in the regional dresses of different states. An atmosphere of patriotic fervour and national pride was instilled in the hearts of the audience, by a melodic mash up of patriotic songs, played by the orchestra group. Each note of the instrumental music resonated with the aspirations of our founding fathers. Along with the instrumental performance, a live sketch of the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi, was made by a talented student, which was an added feather for the act. This was followed up by an ode paid to the most celebrated poet of all times, Nobel Laureate, Shri Rabindranath Tagore. His famous poem, 'Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high' was recited by the choir group, through an emotional and soulful song. The song was sung both in Hindi and Bengali languages, and an enactment of the essence of the poem was also presented by the students through a contemporary dance performance. The celebrations continued with yet another power-packed performance by the students in the form of a sufi dance, to mark the festival of Eid. Through their enchanting dance moves, the students created a mystical and devotional ambience in the assembly. The school’s head girl and head boy, took a pledge on behalf of all, and renewed their vows to make a new India, through hard work and innovation. They also reminded everyone to be mindful in their actions to save the environment. The Principal Mrs Indu Yadav addressed the assembly, shared her vision of a new India, and inspired all to have high aspirations & carry love and devotion for the nation in their hearts. The function was a great success. The assembly displayed a perfect blend of cultural diversity and national integration. The event was highly appreciated by the Principal and the attending parents of the audience.

Special assembly by Class VII Seneca on ‘International Yoga Day’

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According to the Bhagwad Gita, “Yoga is a journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” In the stress plagued world of today, it is indispensable to make Yoga a part and parcel of our everyday life. Human beings are made up of three components—body, mind and soul and corresponding to these there are three needs—health, knowledge and inner peace. Health is the physical aspect, knowledge is the psychological aspect and inner peace is the spiritual aspect of our existence. Yoga is the harmonious co-existence of these three. On the occasion of celebration of the International Yoga Day, Class 7 Seneca aimed to create awareness about the benefits of Yoga. The assembly started with a rhythmic yoga rendition of the National Anthem accompanied by live music by the school orchestra. It was followed by a puppet show to drive home the essence of Yoga. The Principal appreciated the efforts of the class and emphasized that we must pledge to make Yoga a part of our everyday routine. The assembly concluded with the prize distribution for the inter-school skating and yoga competitions.

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