Special Assemblies

Session 2023-24


A special assembly was conducted on 10th October 2023 to create awareness for prevention of rabies.

Students talked about this year’s World Rabies Day theme, “Rabies: All for One, One Health for All”. They explained the meaning of rabies and the theme which highlights that health is not for a selected few but for everyone.

Students gave information of how to behave around unfamiliar dogs and gave tips to prevent and action to be taken, if bitten by a dog. They highlighted not only the need to be safe but also to promote responsible behaviour around animals.

If treated quickly, treatment is usually very effective at preventing rabies. The world has the vaccines, medicines, tools and technologies to break the cycle of one of the oldest diseases.

Together, in unity, we can eliminate rabies. Leaving no one behind.


On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the students of Class V conducted a special assembly on 3rd October 2023 as a moving tribute to the life and ideals of Mahatma Gandhi.

The students presented a skit that portrayed the values of non-violence, cleanliness and truth reflecting on their vital roles in our daily lives. It served as a reminder to uphold the timeless values and teachings of the great leader and inspiring all to contribute positively to society.


Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 each year to spread awareness about conserving planet Earth. This year, the Social Science Department and Eco Club conducted a special assembly on Friday, 21 April 2023, for the students of Classes VI to VIII to reinforce the need of being more sensitive towards the environment.

The significance of celebrating Earth Day was conveyed to the students. A short skit titled, ‘The Oxygen Kit’, showcasing how our future would turn out to be if corrective measures were not taken now, was presented by the students.  Placards with ‘Messages from a Tree’ were also displayed to motivate the young minds to understand the importance of planting trees and protecting the planet for future generations.

Easter-Monday-Special Assembly Report

On 10th April 2023, a special assembly was conducted on account of Easter. The assembly began with a special hymn, “Because He lives” presented by the school choir. This was followed by a special prayer and Scripture reading from Luke 24:6-7.

The students were made aware of the Easter story and the significance of celebrating the occasion. Karen Ann Ninan and Kezia M Hauzel of Class XII sang a special song, ‘Risen’ by Shawna Edwards. A short message highlighting the history of this Holy day and God’s everlasting grace and mercy was also delivered during the assembly.

Holy Week -Wednesday- Special Assembly Report

A special assembly was conducted on account of Holy Week on 5th April 2023.It began with the hymn, “Old Rugged Cross” presented by the Western Music choir. This was followed by a special prayer and Scripture reading from 1 Peter 2:24.

A short message depicting the relevance of five significant days of Holy week beginning from the Palm Sunday, Christ’s triumphal entry into the Jerusalem followed by Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and the day of resurrection, Easter, was delivered to the students. Students were encouraged to spread the message of hope and impart neighbourly love to all.

Session 2019-20


To mark the occasion of Earth Day, a special assembly was conducted by the students of Class IX on 22nd April 2019.

The students were informed about the ‘International Mother Earth Day’, which was officially proclaimed by United Nations to acknowledge that the Earth and its ecosystems is our common home that provides us with life and sustenance. This day is observed to emphasise that it is necessary to promote harmony with nature and the Earth.

Students were made aware of some startling facts about recycling, such as: Recycling one glass bottle or jar saves enough electricity to light a 100-watt bulb for four hours and recycling one ton of plastic saves the equivalent of 1,000–2,000 gallons of gasoline.

The aim was to encourage them to take small steps towards devising a better world, because the very existence of life on this planet depends on the efforts made by us to protect it.

Session 2018-19

Special Assembly – Heritage Day, 18 April 2018

A special assembly to mark World Heritage Day was conducted on 18th April 2018. Students from Classes VI-IX presented a talk, which was aimed at creating awareness about the meaning of Heritage and its tangible and intangible forms. The students learned that intangible heritage includes attributes of a society like Yoga, the Sanskrit language and performing arts which have been passed down several generations. The members of the Heritage Club spoke about preservation of heritage for the benefit of future generations.

Ramneek Dogra of Class VII B played Teen Taal on the Tabla, as an example of the rich intangible legacy of Amir Khusrau, renowned Sufi musician, poet and scholar.

Earth Day-Special Assembly

A special assembly was held on Friday, 20th April 2018, to celebrate Earth Day which is celebrated around the world on 22nd April. The assembly began with a hymn, prayer and a passage from the Bible.

This was followed by a mime play ‘Save Trees, Save Earth,’ presented by nine students from Classes VI to IX. The play aimed at sensitising students about the importance of trees and encouraging them to help conserve Mother Earth by planting trees and preventing deforestation. A small talk on the significance of ‘Earth Day’ was also delivered, along with a display of posters and slogans related to the same.

Session 2017-18

Special Assembly on Earth Day

A special assembly was conducted on the occasion of Earth Day on 21st April to demonstrate the concern for the declining health of the Earth.

To dedicate this day to Mother Earth, a special song, ‘The Earth is My Home’ was sung by the choir. Avni Thukral of IX A addressed the students and conveyed the message that we have to protect our precious earth and its valuable resources, so that these can be available to us for years to come. Students also highlighted instances of the declining health of our planet through placards.

The assembly was concluded with the thought that ‘Earth does not belong to us, we belong to the earth’.