Assemblies

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.

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

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"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.