Assembly Schedule for the session-2019-20
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.
The motive of having an assembly in a school is:
To develop a feeling of affiliation and unity among students.
To acquaint students with the school programme more clearly.
To develop in students a sense of identity with the school.
To enable students to share their experiences, stories, anecdotes with others.
To provide them training in good social behaviour desired in public life.
To motivate students by positive reinforcement in the form of praise or rewards awarded in public
To facilitate the moral and religious development of students.
To facilitate national integration and secularism through all-religion prayer meetings among students.
Raksha Bandhan celebration was held on 14th August’ 19 to celebrate the bond of brother and sister love. A dance performance was shown by little Goenkans on the song “Oh! behna, meri behna…” and rakhi tying was done in the school.
Independence Day was celebrated in the school on 13th August’ 19 to mark the day of National pride and the celebration of freedom. The celebration began with the flag hoisting by the esteemed members of the management which was followed by a special assembly.
A special assembly on Janamasthami was conducted on 23rd August’19. Story of Lord Krishna was narrated by the teachers and
the students were familiarised to different names of Lord Krishna. The little Goenkans gave a dance performance for the
same on the songs “Go Go Govinda….” & “Govinda Aala Re….” and makhan mishri was served as Prasad during the temple setup visit.