On the 28th of July 2023, the students of Class 1F at The Khaitan School held an engaging and vibrant assembly centered around the theme, “The Different Types of Food We Eat.” This theme was in line with the school’s focus of the month, “What is on my plate?” and also celebrated the Mango Festival, reflecting the seasonal delight of the king of fruits. The assembly took place in the school’s Amphi-Theatre, where the students of Classes 1E, 1G, and 1H served as the eager audience.
The main objectives of this class assembly were to provide a platform for the students to enhance their public speaking skills, overcome stage fright, interact with their peers and teachers, build confidence, and reflect on their classroom learnings. Additionally, the assembly aimed to foster a culture of effective communication and representation of both academic and co-curricular activities.
The assembly commenced with two confident comperes who warmly welcomed the guests and smoothly guided the proceedings throughout the event. They introduced the theme of the assembly, setting the stage for the captivating performances to come.
The assembly began with a morning prayer, seeking the blessings of the Almighty for the successful conduct of the event. Following the prayer, a thoughtful quote related to the theme of food was shared, encouraging everyone present to contemplate the significance of the food we consume.
As part of the classroom learning reflection segment, the students of Class 1F took the stage to share their insights and knowledge gained from various scholastic and co-scholastic subjects. This allowed them to reinforce their learnings and showcase their understanding in an enthusiastic manner.
In the English segment, the students recited the poem ‘The Little Plant’ with impeccable pronunciation, voice modulation, and expression. They also shared intriguing facts about mangoes and their various delicious varieties, combining creativity and learning seamlessly.
The Hindi segment showcased the students’ proficiency in the language as they recited the poem ‘Aam ki tokri’ with great enthusiasm, showcasing their ability to effectively modulate their voices and express emotions.
The Mathematics segment proved to be equally engaging as the students explained their understanding of unstructured counting through the story of ‘Sheroo’ and demonstrated their ability to make combinations of ten using raw and ripe mangoes. This interactive approach to learning mathematics made the subject more enjoyable and relatable.
The artistic skills of the students were on full display in the Art segment, where they demonstrated their knowledge of drawing mangoes using poster colors, exhibiting their creativity and attention to detail.
The cooking class proved to be a delightful experience for the students as they shared their joy in making Mango Yogurt. This not only showcased their culinary skills but also highlighted the fun and camaraderie that comes with shared cooking experiences.
Promoting a healthy lifestyle, the Yoga segment saw the students demonstrating various yoga poses. From the calming Tadasana to the posture-improving Vrikshasana and the spine-strengthening Warrior 2, the young yogis showcased their physical and mental prowess.
Adding an interactive twist, the students conducted food-related riddles that got the entire audience involved, fostering a spirit of camaraderie and fun.
For the students of Class 1F, conducting the assembly was an invaluable learning experience. It provided them with a platform to showcase their talents, learn from each other, and overcome any inhibitions they might have had about public speaking and performing in front of an audience.
The assembly concluded on a patriotic note with a rendition of the national anthem, filling the Amphi-Theatre with a sense of unity and pride. Overall, the Class Assembly 1F was a resounding success, leaving a lasting impression on both the participants and the audience.