ASSEMBLY

Morning assembly imparts a positive attitude among the students and develops a sense of belonging and appreciation to perform well and learn to recognize the potential of others. It serves as a platform to interact with each other work as a channel to provide information. The aim of the assembly is to promote the disciplined behavior among students. A school is a foundation of a student’s life and thus, it acts as a platform to impart the essential cultural, moral and spiritual discipline in students and the conductance of morning assembly works effectively in fulfilling all these qualities in them and thus establishes a sense of unity in them. Teachers ensure that every child gets the opportunity to come to the stage with high spirits.


Assembly topics are always well-chosen so that the correct message can be passed on to the future of our country.


  • Prep A
  • Prep B
  • Prep C
  • Prep D
  • Grade I A
  • Grade I B
  • Grade I C
  • Grade II A
  • Grade II B
  • Grade II C
  • Grade III A
  • Grade III B
Prep A

Topic Kindness

“Where there is kindness there is goodness, where there is goodness there is magic”.

Students of Prep A presented a special assembly on the topic kindness. Kindness and its beauty has never faded and sure it never will because kindness is one such attribute that you are born with. The children introduced the topic, which was followed by a song and a skit on kindness. The skit was based on showing kindness towards the children with special needs. The students presented the sensitive role play of the character.

The skit was followed by a presentation where students danced to a song that spoke of different acts of kindness.

Principal ma’am appreciated the efforts of the students and asked the children to make an effort to consciously ensure at least one act of kindness every day.

Prep B

Topic Kindness

“One act of Kindness can brighten up someone’s day”.

There couldn’t have been a better topic than Kindness for the students of Prep-B to present a special assembly. It was a great experience to see how children of Prep-B could absorb, understand the beautiful expression of Kindness.

The assembly started with the song-“Try a little kindness” and the topic was introduced by a little kindness fairy who gave the message to sprinkle a fairy dust of kindness on everyone around.

Students of Prep-B spoke about the various attributes of Kindness and how the little acts of kindness make everything around beautiful.

Later children danced to the tune of song “Kindness” and presented various expressions of kindness toward each other.

Prep C

Topic : Hard work

“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” – COLIN POWELL

A special assembly was conducted in the premises of Bhatnagar International Foundation School, by the students of Grade Prep C, on ‘Hard Work’. The phrase “Hard Work” in simple terms, relates to doing any task with full honesty and dedication, learning from past mistakes and not giving up, till we reach our goal. The students of Grade Prep C presented examples of some great leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru etc. who, in today’s world are known for their hard work, dedication and determination. The students also narrated a short story ‘A Thirsty Crow’ to teach everyone that anything can be achieved through hard work. Summing up, the assembly motivated the students and everyone felt that it was a learning experience for all.

Prep D

Topic: Forgiveness

“True forgiveness is when you can say, Thank you for that experience.” – Oprah Winfrey

A special assembly was conducted on the theme ‘Forgiveness’ by the students of Grade Prep D.

A short reflection emphasized that we need to ‘write our hurts on sand and to carve our benefits on stone’, this will enable us to forgive others.

The skit presented by the students of Grade Prep D portrayed that we can forgive easily. The students were reminded to forgive as God also forgives us all.

Through the assembly the message of Forgiveness was spelt out clearly. Forgiveness is costly. It calls for honesty and acceptance. Forgiving doesn’t make us free, it sets us free.

Grade I A

Topic: ‘Dussehra’

Keeping in mind the importance of festivals, Grade I-A conducted the special assembly on the topic ‘Dussehra’ in the month of October. Dusshera is a religious festival of India and celebrated all over with great pomp and show. This festival marks the victory of good over evil and young children successfully passed this message to the audience in an entertaining way on stage. The assembly was started with the Morning Prayer and some famous shloka from Shreemad Bhagvad Gita recited by some of the children. After prayer, children presented topic-centric songs, dance, poems, and quiz unimaginably with excellence. Towards the end, the fight amongst Lord Rama, Lakshmana, Ravana, Kumbhakaran, Hanuman and Meghnad was depicted. Colourful costumes, props and music in the background added to the essence of celebration.

The objective of the special assembly was to inform the students about the importance of Dussehra and true story behind the festival.

Grade I B

Topic Kindness

School is a foundation of a student’s life and thus, it acts as a platform to impart the essential cultural, moral and spiritual discipline in students. ‘Kindness is the gift that everyone can afford to give.’ Thus to inculcate the spirit of this virtue among the young mind a special assembly was conducted by the students of grade I B. The children were super excited to perform in the presence of their parents and fellow mates. They presented a small meaningful skit signifying the importance of kindness. The assembly concluded with a peppy dance and a melodious song.

Grade I C

Topic: Integrity

The assembly began with the morning prayers followed by a skit on the importance of Integrity. The students enacted the story ‘The Emperor’s Seed’ to convey to the young audience the importance of living with integrity, being honest and working hard. The values learnt from the skit: living with integrity, keeping our promises and being seamlessly whole were imparted to the children. The children sang a song on living with Integrity and performed a dance on the same. They thoroughly enjoyed learning to dance with the ribbon props and gracefully sliding and gliding across the stage. The students skilfully recited poems and quotes on integrity, followed by an interactive engagement with the audience to gauge their understanding. The assembly ended with an energetic session of aerobics.

Grade II A

Topic : Eating Healthy

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” – is a famous saying that we have all been hearing. This proverb clearly emphasize the importance of Eating Healthy and staying fit. In today’s modern world, where parents are really struggling hard to ensure that their children opt for healthy eating habits, Grade 2- A found it really important to present a morning assembly highlighting the importance of right food and balanced diet. We all need a balance of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fibre, vitamins and minerals in our diets to sustain a healthy body. Thus, a good diet must include a balance of several food groups. Eat healthy, stay away from junk food and exercise should be the mantra of life.

Grade II B

Topic : Importance of teachers

Of all the hard jobs around, one of the hardest is being a teacher. Teachers most definitely know how to bring out the best in students. Grade 2- B presented an assembly on Teachers in which they shared the importance of Guru in everyone’s life. They accurately presented the role of teachers in their lives and how teachers support and motivate children to become a good human being. They also acknowledged that Teacher’s day is celebrated in the honour of Dr. Radhakrishnan’s Birthday, a famous teacher and his belief that teachers should be the best minds in the country.

Grade II C

Topic : Importance of trees

“Love the environment as you love yourself.”
The importance of trees in our life is the same as our family. We are a part of nature.
To connect this beautiful thought with the life of our students in a meaningful way, grade II-C enacted a beautiful play showcasing their views on why trees are important to us. They also aimed at imparting awareness about how helpful trees are to humans.

Grade III A

Topic: Honesty

Honesty is the best policy is a famous phrase of Benjamin Franklin. It refers to the value and importance of being honest in life. From childhood we are taught many moral values one of which is to always speak the truth in our day to day life as it is a positive attribute. Imbibing this ensures the absence of immoral characteristics such as lying, cheating and theft. Keep this virtue in mind students of Grade III A presented a beautiful skit on ‘An Honest Man’. It was further followed by a song and a peppy dance by the students. The message was further explained that there is no short cut for success; one has to work hard and be honest to achieve success in life.

Grade III B

Topic : Hard work

Success doesn’t come easily. In order to achieve success, one needs strength of mind and body, perseverance and the right attitude. Hard work is the only key to success. It is the concept that everyone must value. Children of Grade III B presented their assembly on this topic. They presented a beautiful skit on hard work. Showcasing that there is no elevator to success one has to take the stairs to reach the desired goal, followed by a song and a dance on the same topic.