On November 28, 2022, the students from all sections of Class I attended the Assembly of Class I A, which was held in the school auditorium in front of the Coordinator of Classes I and 2.
The following were the assembly’s learning goals:
The assembly’s primary activities and proceedings were as follows:
English Poem: The students comfortably discussed sentence structure and understanding while keeping in mind the norms of sentence formation in an English poem.
A sentence should always begin with a capital letter
End with a full stop, and
Have one finger’s worth of space between each word.
Hindi Kavita: “Manmoji Rail”
The Hindi Kavita was recited by the class in unison and with enthusiasm. All of the audience members there enjoyed their presentation.
Math: The students’ next presentation was a thorough explanation of the idea of “Backward movement on the ENL” with the aid of props and audience-engaging suggestions.
All of the students gained from the experience.
Q&A session: After that, there was a question-and-answer session when the audience asked the participants a few questions like- What is the meaning of the theme? Why do we adhere to rules for sentence construction? The fact that the participants themselves raised these concerns served to boost the kids’ sense of unity and confidence.
The national anthem was performed to bring the ceremony to a close. The event was a success, and both the audience and the participants felt a sense of accomplishment.
Hosting the assembly was a special experience for the class IA kids.