The 75th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur on 25th January 2024. A special assembly was presented by the students of class Pre School -D to mark the occasion. Through a poem the audience were made aware of the importance of the tri colours of the Indian flag. The little soldiers marched to the tunes of Kadam Kadam Badaye Ja. A dance depicting the different states of India was performed on a foot tapping number by the children in colourful attires representing each state.
The Vice Principal Ms. Inderjeet Kaur, Headmistress Ms. Manisha Varma graced the event and applauded the students for their performance. The Headmistress, Ms Manisha Varma also motivated them to emulate the spirit of our constitution and expressed pride in the rich culture of our country.
The assembly culminated with a vote of thanks by Senior Mistress Ms. Roopa Arora, who appreciated the performance of the little ones. This was followed by the National Anthem.
Presented by Class: Pre School G
5TH December 2023
He who regards all men as equal is religious” Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Gurpurab is a celebration of the first Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji's birth anniversary. A special assembly on Gurpurab was conducted by the students of Pre- School G on 5th December 2023 to mark the occasion. The assembly commenced with the Prabhat Pheri followed by the devotional hymn ‘Ek Onkar’. Everyone present was enthralled by the captivating Shabad sung by the young performers after this.
The students explained the significance of Gurpurab and the different ceremonies associated with the festival like lightning of candles, distribution of langar etc. The Vice Principal Ms. Inderjeet Kaur addressed the gathering and emphasized on the importance of the teachings of the great Sikh guru, encouraging us all to remember his teachings at all times. Ms.Manisha Varma , Headmistress, junior school was also present.
The assembly ended with the national anthem.
Presented by Class-Pre School-E<
on 1st December 2023
Opening with gleeful giggles and beaming faces. Our Pre- Schoolers took the stage to celebrate the essence of childhood on this special day. The assembly area transformed into canvas of wonder as our little stars shared their vibrant energy and boundless enthusiasm.
The children of Pre School-E celebrated Children’s Day with a special assembly dedicated to Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, The first Prime Minister of India. The day commenced with a burst of colours and melodies as our tiny performers showcased their talent through beautiful song, adorable dance and an endearing story which was also the highlight of the assembly. Each act was a testament to their creativity, innocence and pure joy.
Hence, it was a delightful journey into the world of innocence, happiness and unfettered imagination brought forth by our radiant pre-school stars.
Presented by Class: Pre School F
on 29th November 2023
Diwali is the festival of lights. It marks the day Rama, Sita, and Lakshmana return to Ayodhya after 14 years in exile. It is a time to celebrate the triumph of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, and good over evil. The festival is celebrated not only in India but all over the world with great pomp and show.
The tiny tots of Pre-School F presented a beautiful assembly on 29 November 2023 where the children presented the story of Ramayana. Assembly was started with the prayer “Jai Ganesha” after that the significance and importance of Ramayana were shared. Children enjoyed the enactment of Ram katha followed by the foot tapping dance.
Presented by Class: Pre-Primary E
on 27th September 2023
An individual once made a remark that future generations would find it difficult to believe that there existed a saint who used non-violence alone to secure freedom for his country. This saint, commonly known as the ‘Father of the Nation’, is none other than Mahatma Gandhi, whose principles of truth, non-violence and satyagraha had a profound impact worldwide.
In recognition of his contribution, his birthday on the 2nd of October has been designated as the International Day of Non-violence.
To commemorate this occasion, a special assembly was held by Pre-Primary E students at Pre-Primary wing to pay tribute to this remarkable son of Mother India.
During the assembly, students shared their perspective on his life and teachings, show cased some important event of his life and shared his achievements, presented a dance along with a song. At the end they took pledge to practice kindness and empathy towards other, spread love, support equality and always work towards a cleaner and greener environment.
Krishna Janmashtami is a significant Hindu festival marks the birth of Lord Krishna and is joyfully commemorated by Hindus across the country. To celebrate this auspicious occasion, little budding artists of Pre-primary F displayed a lyrical drama wherein they started with a prayer and thereafter enacted glimpses of Lord Krishna 's life. The celebration was concluded with a foot tapping dance performance which mesmerized one and all.
Date: 29th August 2023
There is no country like India, quite as diverse, multi-lingual, multi-cultural, yet bound together by ancient and shared traditions, cultures and values.
The children of Pre-Primary G celebrated the glorious manifestation of India’s diversity through the mission of Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat. The assembly was part of a CBSE initiative to make learning a joyful learning experience. The little skit and dance gave an opportunity to the little ones to learn about the culture, tradition and geography of Lakshadweep, Andaman & Nicobar , the partner territories of Delhi as defined under Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Programme. Exchange of greetings, dress, the natural beauty, handicrafts, dance and music of the islands was showcased beautifully by the little ones of Pre Primary G.
Presented by Class: Pre-Primary C
on 11th August 2023
Pre-primary C presented an assembly on Independence Day. The assembly started with a patriotic song which was sung by all the children. Each and every one sitting in the audience was very proud to be an Indian. The little ones were dressed up like freedom fighters. They spread awareness among the children by saying the slogans of the famous dignitaries of that time. There was a heart touching procession by the freedom fighters. The dance performance by the young ones was foot tapping. The children explained the real meaning of independence in today’s world. Overall, the assembly was full of emotions, sentiments and a lot of excitement.
Presented by Class: Pre-PrimaryB
on 28th July 2023
‘Manners Matter’ by Pre-primary B was a class assembly held on July 28, 2023.It started with the singing of a prayer by the children. The speakers stressed the need to inculcate good manners and always be polite and respectful to everyone. The students participated in a skit which emphasised that our speech habits and our behaviour should never hurt the feelings of others and also stressed upon the importance of magic words- Please, Thank you , Sorry , Excuse me .Class also enacted a song on table etiquettes. Their efforts were very well appreciated by the head mistress and senior mistress who concluded the assembly by stressing upon the importance of 5 golden words in our daily life and also that the students should use them more frequently. Overall it was a very well conducted assembly which gave children the exposure to the mic, boosted confidence and made them aware about good manners. An assembly which was liked by one and all.
A farewell cum graduation assembly was organised for the Pre-Primary children on 7 March 2023. The little ones of the Pre-school bade an emotional farewell to their ‘seniors’ wishing them lots of luck and good wishes for the future. They had beautiful messages to pass on and a lovely action song. The assembly culminated in a peppy dance number which changed the sombre mood to a happy one. The Pre Primary children got a befitting farewell and we are sure they will make us proud.
Presented by Class: Pre-School F on 25th January 2023
The 74th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur on 25th January 2023. A special assembly was presented by the students of class Pre School -F to mark the occasion. Through a skit, the audience were made aware of the importance of the Constitution. The song Sare Jahan se acha filled the air with patriotism. The little soldiers marched to the tunes of Kadam Kadam Badaye Ja and performed dances on few foot tapping numbers.
The Vice Principal, Mr. Naveen Kumar, greeted the students on this joyous occasion and applauded their performance. He also motivated them to emulate the spirit of our constitution and expressed pride in the rich cultural past of the country.
The assembly culminated with a vote of thanks by Senior mistress Ms. Roopa Arora, who appreciated the performance of the little ones. This was followed by the National Anthem.
Presented by Class: Pre-Primary B on 20th October 2022
It started by giving a tribute to lord Ganesha by offering him a prayer. The children displayed a beautiful enactment of Ramayana. The speakers enlightened everyone about the festival of lights- how and why we celebrate it. There was a foot-tapping dance performance by all the children celebrating Diwali.
30th September 2022 Presented by class: Pre-Primary A
“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” -Mahatma Gandhi
India celebrated the 153rd birth anniversary of Gandhiji this year and the students of Pre-Primary A conducted a special assembly on this special day. They emphasised on the principles with which he led his life and fought for independence. Gandhiji’s two main principles were peace and non-violence (Ahimsa) and he had always been a follower of truth & honesty. Our children also presented his life lessons through a stage performance. Children dressed up as ‘Bapu’ and interacted with the audience. They paid respect to him by singing his favourite Bhajan “Vaishnav Jan” and performed an action song on “Sabarmati ke sant”. The special attraction was the dance which was truly eye-catching and meaningful, through which our children spread the message of Gandhiji’s vision of स्वच्छ भारत.
Truly an amazing performance by the tiny tots of Pre-Primary A , which left an impeccable mark on everyone’s mind and soul.
Presented by Class: Pre-Primary E on 14th October 2022
Values we cherish, Values we uphold and Values are what we live by-This was the theme of the assembly presented by the students of Pre-Primary E. The children showcased their talent through a skit which gave a glimpse of the values learnt at school. They reiterated the importance of golden words through a rhyme on good manners. The assembly concluded with a foot-tapping and mesmerizing dance performance which brightened and sparkled up the mood.
Presented by Class: Pre-Primary H
on 21st September 2022
If we have to personify happiness all we need to do is look at children …. Happiness was the theme of the Class Assembly by Pre-Primary H. The tiny tots spoke about the things that made them happy. They finally summarized that happiness is all around us, it’s in the small as well as the big things. We all need to be grateful for everything that we have and that according to them is the key to staying happy. The songs and the dances did full justice to the theme by raising the cheer factor for everyone.
Presented by Class: Pre-Primary C
on 18th August 2022
Pre-Primary C conducted an assembly on Janmashtami. The children prayed and sang beautiful Krishna bhajans. The various events of Lord Krishna's childhood was depicted in the of a tableau.The children who were dressed up as little Krishnas and Radhas also presented a foot-tapping dance number which included the Raas-Leela and the breaking of Dahi Handi and left the audience mesmerized. At the end, our Principal,Mrs. Reema Sharma blessed and appreciated the little ones.
Presented by Class: Pre-Primary F
on 12th August 2022
‘AZADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV ’
Celebrating 75 glorious years of India’s Independence
A young India, emerging with flying colours, dynamic and versatile, best describes the children of Pre -Primary F who showcased their versatility through dance and music. The children’s performances were a delight to see as they paid tribute to the brave Indian soldiers and freedom fighters. The song ‘Teri Mitti’ and the dance performance were par excellence. India’s Independence was celebrated with great zeal and fervour in the Pre- Primary Wing, arousing the feeling of patriotism and nationalism in our hearts.
To sensitize our students about ‘Saving Environment’, an assembly was conducted by the students of Pre-Primary D. It highlighted the importance of maintaining a clean and healthy environment on Earth and conserving its resources. The children wore green t-shirts and blue jeans, thus contributing to the cause.
They staged a skit where the little ones highlighted how small steps can lead to big changes. Through an absorbing enactment, the children showcased how using thermocol plates, plucking flowers or leaves, or throwing trash is destroying our future.
The skit was a wake-up call and exhorted everybody to take the utmost care of nature. It was followed by a foot-tapping number— ‘DhakkDhakkDharti’
The assembly ended with a pledge to make the earth a better place to live in. Each student performed exceptionally and demonstrated his/her growing confidence and ability to communicate.
A truly successful endeavour!
Class Pre School G
The tiny tots of Pre-School ‘G’ celebrated Republic day on 23 January 2020 with great pomp and show. The entire Pre Primary wing was soaked in hues of the tri colour. The little children spoke with a lot of confidence about the significance of the day. The festivities commenced on a musical note. The little cadets marched in contingents to the beat of a drum which reverberated everyone with feelings of patriotism. It was a complete fanfare of infotainment with a small enactment depicting beautifully the reason we celebrate this national day on 26th January every year. The assembly concluded with a dance performance on foot tapping songs - ‘Rang De Basanti’ & ‘India Walle’ which kept everyone present there spell-bound.
Class – Pre Primary F
The children of Pre School - F presented the assembly on the much awaited festival of the winter season i.e, CHRISTMAS. Dressed in colorful costumes, they depicted a tableau on the birth of Lord Jesus explaining why and when the festival is celebrated. The little ones also made everyone aware of the importance of Christmas. The Assembly concluded with singing of carols and a peppy, foot tapping dance number. The arrival of the much awaited, fascinating and loving SANTA CLAUS who brought with him gifts for each and every child was the highlight of the show. The children promised him that they would take care and keep their surroundings clean and make mother Earth a better place to live in.
Class – Pre Primary G
Children’s Day assembly presented by the enthusiastic children of Pre Primary -E was an eye opener for all .The children talked about peace, brotherhood and happiness as the key to achieving a society conducive to development and growth .They paid tribute to the first Prime Minister of India Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, who's birthday Is celebrated as children’s day. From the prayer to the dance, the focus was on inner strength, importance of education , human rights ,mutual respect and sensitivity. The teachers also put their best foot forward and presented a medley of foot tapping dance numbers for the little ones.
Class – Pre Primary G
It is a known fact that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body. Keeping this in mind the children of Pre Primary G presented an assembly on Sports showcasing their talent in different fields of sports. The various aspects of indoor and outdoor sports were highlighted. The fact that fit and healthy individuals will be able to contribute in making the nation strong, fit and healthy was reiterated.
A foot tapping dance number enthralled the audience.
Class – Pre School B
The little ones of pre school B put up an assembly to celebrate and spread the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev ji , founder of sikhism. During the enactment they highlighted the importance of community sharing in the form of ‘langar’ and how one should pay reverence to the holy book ‘Guru Grant Sahib’ . Naam japo , vand chakho , kirat karo – were some of the teachings of Guru Nanakji showcased by the little ones. The highlight of the assembly was the children performing the ‘ Gatka’, a sword dance done during festivals.The five symbols of sikhism ie the five K’s – kada, kesh,kanga,kachera and kirpan were also shown. The assembly ended with a dance number showcasing the free and lively spirit of the sikh community.
Class – Pre School A
Diwali is the festival of lights. On Diwali we celebrate the home coming of Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshman. The students of Pre-School A celebrated Diwali with a lot of pomp and show and the tiny tots mesmerized everyone with their performance on the stage.
The children started the show with the recitation of a ‘Mantra’ that surprised all present. ‘Ramayana-The Musical’ was the highlight of the show. The children also sensitized the audience about the importance of a clean and green Diwali and that the true spirit lies in being kind and empathetic towards all.
Last but not the least the performance by the dance troupe of PS-A left everyone grooving with them.
Today’s fast paced world is closing out on time and the very essence of life- ‘values’. With the assembly of ‘GANDHI JAYANTI’- celebrating the 150th year of his birth anniversary, we enriched our little ones with valuable lessons which Gandhiji, the father of our nation gave us. Children depicted that cleanliness, honesty and sympathy ought to be the way of life.
Through a lively dance performance the children showcase that Bapu will always remain in our hearts as we imbibe and follow his teachings.
The tiny tots of Preschool D celebrated Teacher’s Day with an Assembly on 1st September. The children started the event with Guru Vandana, expressing gratitude towards their teachers and explained the lines of the prayer. This was followed by a song by the kids, telling the teachers how much they love and appreciate them.
The children explained the significance of a teacher in their lives. Be it a doctor, chef, farmer or a policeman, all are moulded by a teacher. The function ended with a dance on a lively number. The kids expressed their love to their teachers by giving a token of appreciation, which was handcrafted by them
Class : Pre School C
An assembly on Janmashthami was conducted by the children of Pre-school C. The little ones sang Krishna bhajans and enacted the various events from Lord Krishna's childhood - starting from his birth, being called Makhan Chor, his cosmic form, Govardhan Parvat and the Raasleela. The show was concluded by a dance performance which left the audience mesmerized.
Presented by Class: Pre Primary D
on 13th August 2019
India’s 73rd year of Independence was celebrated with great zest and patriotic fervour in the Pre – Primary Wing of D.P.S. Mathura Road.
The launching of the second moon mission Chandrayaan II made every Indian immensely proud. The class of Pre – Primary D celebrated this significant milestone of our country space programme in the Independence Day special assembly. This aroused the feeling of patriotism and nationalism in our hearts.
The students of the choir group sang a patriotic song that awakened everyone’s feeling towards our motherland. A glimpse of India’s scientific prowess was depicted through a skit. The dance performance by children clad in traditional Punjabi attire stole the show.
Class – Pre Primary A
' Don't be wild with wild life' that was the motto of the assembly which was presented by the children of Pre Primary-A with full zeal and fervour. The children spread the message of conserving wild life which we as humans are destroying every day for our own selfish use. Many animals and birds are getting endangered because their natural habitats are being destroyed for land development and farming by humans. Poaching and hunting of animals for fur, jewellery, meat and leather are other great factors contributing to wild life extinction.
The children taught everyone that it's our responsibility to save wild life, our planet and most importantly ourselves.
Class: PP – C
‘Good Manners and kindness are always in fashion – some people tend to forget that good manners and kindness are free.’
Through this thought, the children of Pre – Primary C gently reminded everyone about their personal and social etiquette, as Etiquette Week was celebrated from 15th – 19th of July 2019. Culminating in the Class Assembly of Pre – Primary C.
All the 31 children of the class sang poems, gave messages on Etiquette and did a foot tapping dance on ‘You have to say Please.’
Parents and the audience of Pre – School and Pre – Primary children enjoyed themselves immensely and applauded the combined efforts of children as well as teachers.
The Children of Pre Primary B conducted the storytelling assembly. They enacted a short story which spread the message of love and togetherness. This enactment was followed by a dance performance.
The importance of storytelling was emphasized upon. Storytelling is an important human tradition and it teaches us to be just, to love and to forgive others.
A Special Assembly was conducted by class Pre Primary F on the occasion of Earth Day to demonstrate their support and concern for Environmental protection. The assembly started with the prayer and promise to the Earth ’Saving Earth.’ To dedicate this day to Mother Earth the children danced on the theme of keeping the Earth green to the song ‘ let it grow’ which was well choreographed and kept the audience enthralled. ` The children showcased the solutions to save Earth singing the song ‘Go Green.’ slogans and actions to Reuse, Recycle, and Reduce to protect and preserve the green planet was sung by the students. Our young environmentalists highlighted the significance of Earth Day, to value the generosity of Mother Earth and create an awareness to keep the Earth Clean and Green. The highlight of the assembly was a welcome for our new Principal, Mrs Deeksha Khera, who concluded the assembly by motivating and enriching the young minds about the ways in which each one could contribute to safeguard the Planet Earth.
When it comes to celebration our children know how to do it with elan’. The Pre School children got together to bid adeau to the Pre Primary children through a special assembly. Letting go of our little angels who kept the whole wing abuzz with their laughter and talks is probably the most difficult thing to do. It is a moment of pride to witness all the progress they have made and it is also reassuring to see them full of confidence to face the new world of the junior school. To make the day even more special a graduation ceremony was also conducted for the Pre Primary kids in which they were awarded graduation certificates. The pre schoolers wished their seniors well by presenting a beautiful song. A fashion show with the theme The World ....our stage had the preschool children rock the stage in costumes from around the world. The dance performance by the children did full justice to the spirit of the assembly.
The last assembly of Pre School of section G was held on 8th March 2019. Where young students exhibited their expression on the theme “See what colours can do.”
Our school Principal Mr. Manohar Lal, Vice Principals Ms. Diksha Khera and Ms.Reema Sharma, Head Mistress Ms. Ranjana Dean graced the occasion to encourage the young ones. The assembly started with prayer thanking the Lord Almighty followed by expressions on the theme i.e. colours
Red brings Passion
Blue is the most popular colour
Green has a healing power
Orange stands for happiness
Yellow brings joy and feeling of warmth
Pink stands for love and it relieves the pain
Black colour has power to absorb all other colours
Purple has power of truth
White has the power of tenderness. It can bring peace to mind.
The young ones enacted and sang the rhyme – Five little babies…. All the students tapped their feet and swayed to the beats of the song by Jason Derulo “ O what a feeling “
In the end a vote of thanks was given by Sr. Mistress Ms. Renu Puri
Isabella Clive & Gayatri Negi
Pre – Primary Wing celebrated REPUBLIC DAY with great Patriotism and fervor. The children of PP-E dressed up in the colours of the National Flag, sang songs and danced to the tune of ‘ Vande Matram’. Little soldiers saluted the Flag in a heart- warming performance. In spite of the biting cold, every child had enthusiasm and excitement on his and her face. The National Emblems were displayed for everyone’s knowledge and appreciation. The kids as well as the parents enjoyed the assembly thoroughly.
The Christmas Assembly gave the children a chance to get into the Christmas spirit by spreading happiness and joy. It gave them a chance to learn to share happiness with the unprivileged. Special effort was made to make the children understand that the world would be better place if we share love and joy with the others. A visit by Santa Claus was the highlight of the event and carols, a beautiful Christmas tree and the Christmas spirit warmed all hearts. The children were very excited to meet Santa and receive lovely gifts by him.
The children of Pre Primary D brought in an environment of peace and prayers as they performed in people the special assembly to celebrate Guru Nanajk Jayanti. The whole block resounded with the pleasant music of ‘shabad kirtan’ and the ‘Paanch Pyare’ enthralled the audience as they walked through with other children of the Prabhat Pheri. ‘Sewa’ - Selfless service to all. All Sikhs follow Guru Nanak Devji’s teachings which highlight community caring and sharing. Serving and helping showed their selfless service to God. The children enlightened everybody with these teachings of Guru Nanak Dev ji. They ended the show with a dance performance to a foot tapping number and the celebration ended with all the children doing the lively folk dance of Punjab – the vivacious bhangra to the beats of a dhol.
A fun filled and exciting day was in store for the little ones to celebrate Children’s Day. The significance of the day was discussed by telling the children about ‘Chacha Nehru , the first Prime Minister of India and why his birthday is celebrated as ‘Children’s Day. This day was special and held many surprises for the little ones.
On the occasion of Diwali the children of Preschool-C presented an assembly depicting the importance of the festival of lights which includes decorating our house and making colourful Rangoli. The children presented a foot tapping dance number and concluded the assembly with the message of passing on the light of happiness with one and all, urging everyone to celebrate a cracker and pollution free Diwali.
Pre-Primary C presented an assembly where the ideals and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi were explained to the children in a simple manner. Children narrated interesting anecdotes from Gandhiji’s life thus adding to their knowledge about the Father of the Nation. The whole wing resounded with hyms and bhajans like Vaishnav Jana , Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram , De Di Humhe Aazadi Bina etc. .
The students of PS F conducted an assembly on the topic, 'Save Ocean Save Aquatic Life'; showcasing, the oceans are massive and need to be protected from various problems they are facing like- over fishing, oil spill, plastic pollution etc. The Little Bundlesnof joy had put up a skit depicting, 'each and every animal has as much right to be on this Earth as we humans have.' The assembly ended with a high spirited dance performance on the songs- "Deep-Deep-Deep and Aaj blue hai paani-Paani", which brightened and sparkled up the mood.