Special Assembly on Raksha Bandhan by VI Jasmine
Today students of VI- Jasmine presented a special assembly on Raksha Bandhan. As we know, this is the festival, which celebrates the eternal love between brothers and sisters. The assembly started with students explaining the significance of Raksha Bandhan through a talk show. Then the students danced to the tunes of “ Phoolon ka taaron ka sabka kehna hai”.
The values of love and protection was sensitively portrayed by the students. The audience seemed very receptive indicating that they have enjoyed the assembly.
Special Assembly by Class IV Rose – ‘Dream, Believe and Achieve’
‘Morning assembly makes the students feel fresh, energetic with positive vibrations. It boosts the hidden talents of the children.’
Class 4th Rose conducted the morning assembly on Friday, August 2, 2019. Theme of the assembly was ‘Dream, Believe and Achieve’. Only when we truly believe in ourselves, we can achieve all that we desire. The assembly emphasizes on the importance of having self belief and confidence. It underscores that it’s really the fire within us that fortifies our victory and not any external agent or a ‘placebo’.
It is often said, “You can do anything, as long as you have the passion and the drive.” So, let your passion be the reason for your existence and your success, the product of your persistence. Let your passion wake you up to a new way of being and pay attention to the things you are naturally drawn to.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY BY CLASS XII ROSE
A Special Assembly on “World Day against Trafficking in Persons” was conducted by class XII Rose in the school auditorium. The assembly was an amalgamation of information, knowledge as well as awareness. It comprised a talk show, a scribbled story of a victim, a random quiz a mime depicting stolen childhood, stolen memories and a solo song performance. Students’ efforts and diligence were clearly visible in each presentation. The talk show apprised the audience with shocking and startling facts related to human trafficking, the reasons why one can fall prey to the traffickers and the ways to prevent oneself or others from being trafficked. The session witnessed students brainstorming, debating and pondering on this serious issue. The life of a victim as portrayed in the scribbled story was actually a true exemplification of a child being trafficked. His tears, emotions, frustration, depression were interpreted very well. The quiz tested the knowledge as well as attention of the students. The mime was rendered conscientiously by the students bringing out the sentiments, trauma, pain, suffering, and miseries of a girl being sold by her father in return for money and how she eventually rescued herself from the ordeal. The solo performance intensified the theme of the assembly and left everyone spellbound. The Principal Ms. Poonam Jha appreciated the class for putting up a stupendous show. In her words, “It was indeed thought provoking!”
Special Assembly on Forgiveness by VIII Daisy
A special assembly on the topic “forgiveness” was presented by the students of class VIII-daisy on 30th July in the school auditorium. The assembly began with the thought of the day followed by the news. Anant Upadhyaya spoke on the importance of forgiveness. The students presented a beautiful skit showing two contrast worlds, one where forgiveness exists and the other where there is no forgiveness. Through the skit one could clearly perceive that forgiveness results in happiness, love, harmony and friendship. The message of forgiveness was spelt out loud. Forgiveness is costly. It calls for honesty, for an awareness and acceptance of our own humanity. Holding a grudge does not make us strong, it makes us bitter. Forgiving doesn’t make us weak, it sets us free. The students also presented beautiful quotes on forgiveness. The assembly came to a mesmerizing end with a beautiful song “We Are The World” by the school choir. The comparer for the assembly was Anshiv Sharma. Our Principal Ms. Poonam Jha, congratulated the students for a stupendous show and implore them
to imbibe the value of forgiveness by showing gratitude as the first step and reaching out to people in need as a pathway to forgiveness.
Special assembly on “Solid Waste Management”
A special assembly and ISA activity on “Solid waste management” was conducted today to make everyone realize the importance of waste management and saving our planet .The students of class XI presented a “Nukkad Natak” to convey the message. To mark this day, the students of class IX and Class X presented their views through a speech and talk show. A very interesting poem was also recited to sensitize students on this topic. The whole assembly was informative and interesting. The Principal Ms. Poonam Jha and Director(Academics) Mr. Rajbir Singh Gahlot enlightened everyone on the importance of saving mother earth and keeping it clean. The assembly ended with a on keeping the environment clean.
Labour Day – `Support Staff Day’ Special Assembly
`The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.’
A special assembly was conducted on the occasion of `Labour Day’ led by the students of class IX Tulip to make them realise that the privilege to work is a gift, that the power to work is a blessing, that love of work is success. The students want to honour social and economical achievements of workers and to realise how hard their lives are. To mark this day, they have put their views related to support staff day and they enacted a shot play which won everyone’s heart, followed by a mesmerizing dance performance. This assembly was quite informative yet interesting one. Even different activities were conducted in the Primary Section like card making, taking pledge to help the staff members and to show gratitude in every possible way.
Principal ma’am enlightened everyone by highlighting priceless contribution of workers for the smooth functioning of any institution.
She made them understand that we should all have an attitude of gratitude towards the back bone of our society and the building blocks of our school and to remind ourselves that without labours/workers nothing prospers.
Anti Tobacco Morning Assembly
School organized a very interactive session with students and teachers to spread the awareness for anti-tobacco on April 30, 2019.
The purpose of it is to make the Anti –Tabacco campaign fruitful that was initiated by the school under NTCP.
The students of the school have given the speech on the topic “ Tabacco” and also told about its harmful effects on the organs of the human body. They also presented a ‘ Nukkad – Natak’ to pass on the clear message of Tobacco and its harmful effects.
Rajbir sir, The nodal officer of the campaign has guided and given the relevant information and instruction to educate and sensitize the students on this topic. The motive behind the activity is to have a healthy and tabacco free India. He highlighted its adverse effects on the organs of the human body.
The students promised to motivate atleast one person to quit the use of tobacco / smoking and beware of being the innocent passive prey of the active smokers .
Mother Earth Day Special Assembly by Classes IX-XII
`Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed.’
A special assembly was conducted on the occasion of Earth Day led by the students of classes X & XI to demonstrate the support and concern for the protection of the Environment. To mark this day they shared their views about the importance of environment conservation and how to work towards our planet. A poem and speech followed by a quiz were organised by students to showcase their deep sense of responsibility about conserving the beauty of Mother Earth. The students who actively participated in the quiz were given badges as a token of appreciation. Principal ma’am addressed the students about the consequences of Global Warming and reminded the students of their responsibility towards the ailment of our planet. The entire school undertook a pledge to protect Mother Earth at all cost with their full potential and be responsible young adults who value the generosity of Mother Earth.
Earth Day Assembly by Class VIII Lotus on 23rd April 2019
Students of VIII lotus of Dwarka International School presented the Earth Day assembly, on the topic ‘Beat the plastic pollution’.
The assembly included a thought, environmental news and some facts related to Earth day. A melodious song was sung by the choir of the class in praise of Mother Earth, it was followed by a power packed rap to highlight the importance of trees and to create awareness on growing trees. A energetic dance ‘tik tik plastic’ was performed sensitize the audience about the harmful effects of use of plastic and the efforts that can be taken to beat this beast-plastic. The assembly ended with a pledge to save mother Earth.
Earth Day Assembly by Class IV on 22nd April, 2019
Earth day is celebrated on 22nd April every year in every part of the world. In view of this, a special Assembly was conducted in DIS by students of class IV to highlight the importance of this day. The students were informed that earth is the only planet where there is a possibility of life and it is our responsibility to preserve it. They were sensitized about the harmful effects of plastic on our Earth and how they can be reduced, reused & recycled. An activity was conducted on how we can differentiate between BIO-DEGRADABLE & NON- BIO DEGRADABLE wastes. Students enthusiastically participated on Earth Day.
CELEBRATION OF WORLD HEALTH DAY
World Health Day was celebrated in Dwarka International School on 8th of April 2019.
On this day, a special assembly was conducted by the students of Class VII Jasmine under the guidance of Ms. Sheetal Chand and Ms. Shilpa Jain.
Students shared good quotes on health, interesting facts on health, short talk on World health Day, Cleanliness and first-aid.
A special doctor talk was delivered by Dr. Yogita Sharma (MBBS, MD, DNR) on “Food and Nutrition”. She shared her views on healthy eating habits especially in adolescence period.
In classes, poster making and slogan writing were conducted and displayed to create awareness among students. Documentaries related to good health, eating habits and diseases were also shown in the classrooms.
International Anti leprosy day was celebrated in Dwarka International School from 30-1-19 to 13-02-19. A number of activities were conducted during this period. The science teachers discussed about leprosy to spread awareness among students. The discussion included Leprosy- its causes, signs and symptoms, its spread, cure and treatment. The students made different posters and wrote slogan about Leprosy and pasted in corridors to create awareness. Some documentaries were also shown to students regarding the same.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY BY CLASS V – MICROORGANISMS
Students of classes IV Lily and IV Daisy presented a special assembly on January 22, 2019 in the school auditorium.
Topic – “Microorganisms – Heroes or Villains??”
The assembly comprised of a skit showcasing the different types of microorganisms like bacteria, virus, fungi, protozoa and algae. The students were surprised to know that all the microorganisms are not harmful. Many of them are helpful also and play a very important role in our lives.
The students appreciated the fact that these tiny creatures are significantly involved in all aspects of our day-to-day lives, be it food, medicine, health supplements, fuels, pollution control and waste management.
The participants performed with enthusiasm and confidence.
Celebration of “Constitution Day”
The school celebrated the constitution day on 26th Nov 2018 with the purpose to sensitize and instill the sense of patriotism among the students.
A special assembly was organized for the celebration of the day. Students of class IX Daisy spoke about the constitution and its salient features. They also highlighted the challenges faced by the makers in drafting the Indian Constitution. The Principal, Ms Poonam Jha and Academic Director,Mr Rajbir Gahlot also shared their valuable insight on the importance of the laws and how each one of us should imbibe them in our day to day lives.
The program was concluded by students taking the pledge by reciting the preamble of the Indian constitution.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY BY CLASS V ON SPECIAL OCCASION OF DIWALI
The special assembly of classes Vth Rose and Vth Tulip was held on 5th Nov 18. It was conducted on the topic DIWALI and the students of both the classes performed on it. The assembly was divided region wise and kids were dressed according to the states they were representing. The children spoke about the importance of this festival and how it is celebrated each year in their regions. The students also explained the importance of Green Diwali and how it should be welcomed by all. The emphasis was laid on just lighting diyas and ban the use of fire crackers as it’s harmful for the animals and for us too.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY OF CLASSES VI-XII
From darkness to the light that empowers us to commit ourselves to good deeds, which brings us closer to divinity; lights illuminate every corner of India during Diwali and the scent of incense sticks hanged in the air, mingled with the sounds of fire-crackers, joy, togetherness and hope.
A Special Assembly on Diwali,’The festival of lights’ was conducted on 1st November, 2018 by the children of Class 1 Daisy at Dwarka International School. The children confidently explained the significance of Diwali along with the Do’s and Don’ts of festival and to spread awareness about harmful effects of bursting crackers. They also mesmerized the audience with a spectacular dance performance .The assembly concluded with Principal Ma’am giving away the message of a clean, peaceful and a bright Diwali. Children enjoyed the assembly on, ‘Festival of Lights.’
Special Assembly by class XI
“Self – Discipline begins with the mastery of your thoughts. If you do not control what you think, you cannot control what you do.”
A special morning assembly was conducted on 26th October, 2018 i.e. Friday by class XI Lily. The topic of assembly was ‘Discipline’ and students beautifully presented their views and importance of discipline. The students enacted a short skit which enabled students to conceive the idea of being disciplined. Discipline is not only necessary but also vital for any civilized society. The term ‘discipline’ means any training intended to develop moral character or produce a particular pattern of behavior accepted by different institutions and society. According to student’s thought, there are three forms of discipline i.e. expressionistic, impressionistic and self- discipline. The students enthusiastically participated. They were appreciated on the basis of content knowledge, confident speaking, and ultimately respecting one another. This activity/event was appreciated by the Principal and the Management as well.
Celebration of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
‘Be the change you want to see in the world’ as rightly said by Mahatma Gandhi.
Dwarka International School has celebrated 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi with enthusiasm. Students of class VIII presented an assembly in front of the school to spread the message of love, peace and harmony. How his principles have changed the perspective of famous personalities like Barrak Obama, Steve Jobs, Martin Luther King Jr. were also shown. His contribution in the freedom struggle was showcased. Students also presented a play ‘Is Gandhi Still Alive?’ Through this play, the application of Gandhiji’s principles in today’s scenario was exhibited. Some amazing facts about Gandhiji’s life were explored. Students took a pledge to imbibe his values in their lives.
Maths Week Celebration
Maths week was celebrated in the school from 18th December 2017 to 22th December 2017 in the memory of the renowned mathematician Srinivas Ramanujana and students participated in various activities with great zeal and enthusiasm.
Following activities were organized for Maths Week—-
Day 1- 18th December -Poster making – Students made poster of various with great zeal and with this they learnt names of different currency called in different countries. Students did a wonderful work, made beautiful and creative posters.
Day 2 – 19th December -Shopping Fiesta – Children enjoyed this activity where in different items like fruits, vegetables, toys and stationery corner were made and some children acted as shopkeepers and others came with their fake currencies to buy the items . These way children learnt how to shop. Everyone in the auditorium praised the show.
Day 3 – 20th December- Quiz Time- Children played a quiz where different questions related to Maths were asked to the children. Children enjoyed and were excited to answer the asked question with fun.
Day 4 – 21st December -Bingo Game – Game related to numbers was played Students enjoyed thoroughly and winners got the laurels.
Day 5 – 22nd December –Presentation time – Children learnt about how paper and plastic money is used for various activities. Even they learned about some interesting mathematics facts. Students brought creative props from each section and gave a marvelous presentation to each section of class 2
All the activities gave good learning experience and on the whole it was a fun learning for the students.
“CELEBRATION OF PARYATAN PARV, OCTOBER, 2017”
To celebrate the spirit of tourism and to motivate people to participate in activities showcasing the tourism potential of Incredible India, Dwarka International School celebrated Paryatan Parv in the month of October, 2017. The main objective of this initiative was supporting and strengthening the spirit of Tourism and organising Cultural activities.
Various activities like Slogan Writing, Painting, Essay Writing were undertaken on chosen topic Incredible India and Promoting Tourism in India and corresponding themes such as
• Role of tourism in the mutual understanding and Social Harmony.
• Tourism brings economic and social prosperity.
• Education and tourism move hand in hand.
• Environmentally sustainable tourism.
• Tourism promoting plurality of cultures.
were conducted. These activities were conducted for the classes VI-IX in which the students participated with great zeal and zest.
Special assembly on Tourism and Incredible India was also conducted in the school, showcasing the Indian geographical diversity and cultural unity, and encouraged students to preserve the rich heritage of our country. This was very interesting and an informative week which fulfilled the aim of promoting Indian Tourism and Unity in Diversity.
Mother’s Day Assembly by Seniors(IX Tulip)
Special assembly to mark the relevance and importance of Mother’s Day was held in school on 12/05/2017 by the students of class IX TULIP.
Students staged a play depicting the relation of a Mother with her Children, which carries the message that “No matter how big mistake the children are committing, a Mother always forgives them.”
The performance given by the students was liked and applauded by all.
Mother’s Day Special Assembly by Juniors
The special assembly was conducted by class v Jasmine and Lily on 11th May 2017 on “Mother’s Day”. Students started the assembly with the morning prayer. Then they performed a beautiful skit on “Mom You are the Best”. The compeering was done by Manan, Suyash and Ayushi. The skit was very well performed by the students confidently on the stage .They had shown good team- work and discipline on the stage. Group dance was well presented by the students with proper co-ordination and confidence. The group song on “Mother” was well sung and it mesmerized the audience.
The assembly was appreciated by Principal mam and Sudesh mam. Under the guidance of our Incharge Mam the assembly was well organized and appreciated by every one.
Celebration of Earth Day
“The greatest gift you can give to your family and the world is the healthy you”. With this motive Dwarka International school celebrated “World Health Day” on 7th april 2017 and organized a special assembly for the students to discuss “ The harmful effects of junk food on brain and the healthy food habits that sharpen it” . Ms Prerna Batra and Ms Sulekha Khannna spoke on various health issues followed by Pranati Bhatnagar and Sudarshana Jha of Class X who shared some facts and figures. The students also displayed plaques in the corridors for sharing and enhancing their knowledge about health. Overall, it was a learning experience for the children of the school.
Celebration of World Health Day
“The greatest gift you can give to your family and the world is the healthy you”. With this motive Dwarka International school celebrated “World Health Day” on 7th april 2017 and organized a special assembly for the students to discuss “ The harmful effects of junk food on brain and the healthy food habits that sharpen it” . Ms Prerna Batra and Ms Sulekha Khannna spoke on various health issues followed by Pranati Bbhatnagar and Sudarshana Jha of Class X who shared some facts and figures . The students also displayed plaques in the corridors for sharing and enhancing their knowledge about health. Overall, it was a learning experience for the children of the school.