Date- May 2, 2019; Thursday
Time- 8:00 a.m.
Venue- Central Courtyard
Class Teacher- Ms. Roma Dutta
‘Morning assembly makes the students feel fresh, energetic with positive vibrations. It boosts the hidden talents of the children.’
Class 6 A conducted the senior assembly on Thursday, May 2, 2019. Theme of the assembly was ‘Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed’. It began with the felicitation of one of the proud parents, Mrs. Pooja Kumra who is working with Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited in joint venture with Delhi Government as a soft skill faculty in customer Management group. She had an interactive session with the children, sharing her knowledge with them about energy and its conservation.
Word of the day was presented by Vihan Dhand and enacted by Aditwas followed by an enriching thought shared by Noyal S. Paul. Yash, Geet, Unnati , Ruhani, Vashnavi and Aashiya presented a small skit based on the theme “Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed” through the working models and activities enlightening the spectators about the law of the transformation of the energy. Audience was made aware of the ‘Figures of Speech’ through an interactive ‘Subject Enrichment Activity’ by Raghav and Riddhiman. A short quiz was conducted on the same. Children enacted on the sentences using different poetic devices and the audiences guessed the name of those figures of speech. It was quite interesting. The News of the week was presented by Sargun.
Ms. Suma Jacob, the Proctor (Classes 1-4) enriched the audience’s awareness by speaking on the topic ‘Child Labour’. She also made the students aware about the endeavour of Doon Public School’s “Hope for the Future Programme”for the development of the under- privileged students. Veer Chawla of Class 4 received the stupendous award and brought glory to school by bagging 23 medals in various Swimming competitions at zonal level & state level. He also received the cash prize of Rs. One lakh forty-two thousand rupees and scholarship for the session 2019-20 by the Delhi Government for emerging as the winner being prepared for the National Level Swimming competitions. He was congratulated by the Vice Principal, Ms. Malini Panikkar and the Headmistress, Ms. Vidhu Vijayan Biju. Vice Principal ma’am encouraged the students of 6A by appreciating their performance and congratulated them and the teacher incharge for conducting a successful assembly. Assembly was concluded with the vote of thanks by the comperer Prachi and Adhina, followed by National Anthem.
Gandhi House Activity
Gandhi house conducted the Welcome Assembly on 03 April’19, Wed. for the new session (2019-20).
Following activities were conducted:-
*Word of the day was spoken by Ms. Shivani Oberoi. A word of English followed by a sentence was also spoken by her. The following students stood on the stage holding the placards for the word of English.
Kanishk Khurana 6b
Sarthak Badgotti 6b
Swanik Sethi 6b
Harshita Sharma 6b
Yash Thareja 6b
Revansh Sood 6b
Alan T. Thomas 6b
* Thought of the day was spoken by Shahnaaz Siddiqui of Class 5B.
* Our respected Vice-Principal ma’am Ms. Malini Panikkar and Headmistress Ms. Vidhu Vijayan Biju Ma’am welcomed the students and wished them “Good Luck” for the new session.
Gandhi House Junior AssemblyTheme Of The Assembly-----Keeping Safe:Child’s Safety
Child safety, area concerned with limiting children’s exposure to hazards and reducing children’s risk of harm. Children are particularly vulnerable to accidents, and their safety requires different approaches from those for adults so based on the theme word of the day was spoken by Hitesh of class 3A , Thought of the day was presented by Pravleenof class 2B , followed by activity based on the theme was performed by students of class 5and subject enrichment activity(Hindi) was presented by students of class 2. At the end discourse was given by Gauri and Rutvij of class 3D.
Gandhi House Senior AssemblyTheme Of The Assembly -----KEEPING Safe:Child’s Safety
Child safety can be achieved by the issuance and enforcement of regulations as well as through the development of voluntary standards and guidelines enabling injury prevention. Child safety is just as important in the context of the Internet as in the physical world so based on the theme word of the day was spoken by Paavni of 9D , thought of the day was presented by Sparsh of class 7C , followed by activity based on the theme was performed by students of classes 9,10 and 11 and subject enrichment activity was presented by Himika and Muskan of class 8B.
At the end discourse was given by Twinkle and Vasudha of Class 9 and 11.
Milkha House AssemblyDate: 5th November,2018, Monday
Time: 9:45 a.m
Venue: Central Courtyard
Special Assembly on Diwali was conducted by Milkha house for Junior and Senior classes I to XII on Monday 5th November,2018. The theme of the assembly was, ' DIWALI CELEBRATION'The events and participants were as follows-
1. Word of the Day
The word of the day,' FESTIVITY ' was presented by Nysa Gupta of class VI-D.
2. Thought of the Day
It was presented by Tanvi Shah of class VI-B .
3. Dance by Class 4 STUDENTS
Students of class 4 presented a dance on the theme of Victory of good over evil. The participants were Simran,Hanisha,Himakshi,Saumya,Rivika,Kashmin,Shree
4. A POEM ON DIWALI-
It was recited by students of class III and IV. The participants were Abhikshit ,Kanisha ,Karan ,Laranya ,Rudrakshi
5. SKIT & DANCE
The theme of the skit and dance was " Be Indian , Buy Indian ". The participants were Yukti, Aneshwara , Tanushree , Semal , Simran , Yubraj , Pranay , Naman and Yash of class VI and VII
It was taken up by the Rashika and Nisha of class IX-D. Topic was Do's and Don'ts during diwali celebration.
7. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION
Vice Principal Ma'am Ms. Malini Panikkar and Headmistress Ma'am Ms. Vidhu Vijayan Biju gave away the prizes to the young achievers.
Second prize. The Teacher incharge was Mr. Malhotra and following team members won the laudata-fancyboxs for the school:
1. ROHAN TYAGI XII-D
2. SUBHANSHU RANA XII-D
3. CHAITANYA XII-D
4. HARSH DUBEY XII-D
5. KARAN XII-B
6. RAHUL MITTAL XII-B
7. TANISH XII-A
8. ARJUN XI-D
9. ARYAN XI-D
10. BHARAT BHASKAR XI-A
11. SHAUNAK X-A
12. SIDAK SINGH X-C
KARAN of XII-B was declared the 'BEST PLAYER' of the tournament.
An inter school competition - 'Rising Spirits' was held at SHAH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, Paschim Vihar. The Teacher incharges were Ms. Rajneesh and Mr. Banerjee
The following Doonites made us proud by winning third prize in 'ROBOCRAFT COMPETITION'.1. YUBRAJ BHARDWAJ
3. AYUSH VARSHNEY
The winners were awarded a trophy and certificates.
A National Wellness Quiz was organized by EXPRESSIONS INDIA at Moolchand Medicity on November 1, 2018. The following students participated and won the championship amidst 500 schools all over INDIA.Following were the students.
1. ARYAN SINGHAL XI-D
2. KARTIK ROHILLA XI-D
3. ARJUN NARULA XI-D
The winners were awarded trophies, medals and certificates.
Following students participated in Badminton competition which was held at BOSCO PUBLIC SCHOOL , PASCHIM VIHAR. The teacher incharge, Ms. Dimple along with the following students made us proud by scoring the second position in the senior category:1. MAHIRA NAGPAL XI-E
2. PRISHA DASGUPTA X-A
3. SHEETAL MITTAL X-A
The following Doonites also participated in ATHLETICS competiton and won third position.1. SAIMA VIII-D
2. PRIYANKA XII-B
NATIONAL SEPAK TAKRAW was held at Guwahati, Assam. One of our students SACHIN NGANGOM of X-A made us proud by winning the prestigious gold medal at the event.
DEVASHISH BHANDARI of class XII-C has been appointed as the speaker of the student council.
The Assembly was concluded with National Anthem.
House Incharge - Harshleen Kaur
Raman House Junior Assembly
Date- September 26, 2018, Friday
Time- 8:00 a.m.
Venue- Central Courtyard
Morning assembly is about scholars and mentors coming together to start the day. It is a platform to express our thoughts and feelings and display talents of our children and imparting knowledge among them. Raman House conducted the Junior Assembly on Friday, September 26, 2018. Theme of the assembly was ‘Food and Farming’. It began with the’ Word of the Day’ presented by Savar of class 4 and was followed by an enriching thought shared by Niyati of class 5. Then, came the turn of the buddies of class 3 who presented the theme activity through a charming dance enlightening the spectators about the journey of the food. Children were made aware of the kinds of verbs through an interactive ‘Subject Enrichment Activity’ by Raghav and Praghaya of class 5.
Sanskriti, Lavyansh and Niyati of class 5th honoured the grandparents by presenting a conversation on ‘’Grandparents are a Great Blessing’. “Veer Chawla” of Class 3 received the awards who brought laudata-fancyboxs to the school by bagging 1st,2nd and 3rd position by competing in Inter School Aquatic competitions held in Bosco Public School. The winners were congratulated by the Headmistress ma’am and the Vice Principal ma’am.
Raman House AssemblyRaman House Conducted Senior Assembly On Food, Farming AND Being Thankful
|Day, Date :||Thursday, 25 October 2018|
|Assembly Conducted by :||Raman House|
|House Incharges :||Ms. Priyanka Jain, Ms. Pearl Young Siddiqui|
Raman House conducted the Senior Assembly on Thursday, 25 October 2018. The day started with the morning prayer lead by the school choir. Captain of Raman House Kritika Grover of 11-C introduced the theme of the month - 'Food, Farming and being Thankful' and apprised everyone of its meaning. Our farmers feed the world. They are up before dawn and work till well after sunset. They face challenges they can't control, from too much rain to not enough. So, we should all be grateful to our farmers.
Then the house activities began with the 'Word of the day' to augment everyone's vocabulary followed by an enlightening thought to ponder upon. It was followed by an enlightening thought by Sakshi of 7- B. Then there was a poem based on the theme 'Food, Farming and being Thankful' by Seeya, Aditi & Avni of class 9&10. Subsequently, there was an activity conducted by students which sensitised the others for Environment and they were guided on not to burn the Crackers in this festive season. Then, there was a discourse on road safety and its vital importance to each one. There was a prize distribution ceremony for the winners of CBSE zonal Taekwondo championship which held at Kamal Model School, Our Gold Medalist Aayushi Kandari ,11E and Bronze Medalist Vanshika Kapoor, 9C were felicitated by the Vice Principal and Headmistress mam.
The Vice-Principal also advised everyone to be alert on the roads, to drive safely and be safe. She further counselled the students and recommended a cracker free and pollution free Diwali.
Date- July 11, 2018 ; Wednesday
Time- 8:00 am
Venue- Central Courtyard
Tagore House conducted the junior assembly for students of classes 1 to 5 on Wednesday, 11th of July 2018. The theme of the assembly was, ‘Humanity: Key to World Peace’. The events and participants were as follows-
1. Word of the Day
The word of the day, ‘Humanity’ was presented by Prachi Singh of class 5 A.
2. Thought on the theme.
The thought was presented by Prachi Singh of class 5A.
3. Skit on the theme.
A skit on being kind and generous was presented by the students of class 4th. The activity incharge was Ms.MadhushreeGhosh.
4. Subject based activity A Mathematics activity was presented by the students of class 3rd and 4th. The activity incharge was Ms.Akansha.
Students of class 5th prepared a conversation on ‘Keeping oneself safe during Monsoon season’. They students discussed about dengue and it’s prevention and also about food infection that spread like a forest fire. In the last, the students showed how to wash the hands properly for good hygiene.
“Veer Chawla” of Class 3 received the award for “3rdBalaji Swimming Competition 2018” for achieving 1st position and was congratulated by the Headmistress ma’am.
Raman HouseWelcomes Back The Students After Summer Vacation
Day, Date : Thursday, 5 July 2018
Assembly Conducted by : Raman House
House Incharges : Ms. Priyanka Jain, Ms. Pearl Young Siddiqui
Raman House conducted the Senior Assembly on Thursday, 5 July 2018 with great elan. The day started with the morning prayer lead by the school choir. Then the Raman House Captain Kritika Grover of 11-C introduced the theme of the month - 'Work for a cause but not for applause' and apprised every one of its meaning. Then the series of activities began with the word of the day to enhance everyone's vocabulary followed by a thought to muse upon. Then we had a short and inspiring skit based on the theme 'Work for a cause but not for applause'. Thereafter, as part of the subject enrichment activity, we had an interesting Quiz to tickle our brains and to boggle our minds. The assembly concluded with the Vice-Principal addressing the students post vacation. She advised everyone to keep themselves hydrated during these hot summer days so as to avoid getting a heatstroke.
Milkha House Senior Assembly
Time: 8:00 A.M.
Venue Central Courtyard
Milkha House conducted the assembly for senior students-Classes V to XII. The theme was
‘Value of Self-Control in one’s life.’
The word of the day and the thought for the day were presented by Tanvi Shah of Class 6 B Muskaan of 10 B respectively.The theme based activity was presented by students of class 9 and 10 under the guidance of Ms. Neetu Rajput.The subject enrichment activity was presented by the students of class 10. They interacted with the students on the inventions made by ‘Stephen Hawking’.The discourse was presented by the students of 12 B on the topic of Facebook and the data leakage.
The Doonites also received the following awards:
NIE Student of the Year Award
Srijita Bhattacharya was selected as the Student of the Year Award.
She was awarded a trophy, a certificate and a voucher of Lifestyle worth Rs. 1000 by our honorary H.M. Maám Ms. Vidhu Vijayan Biju.
NIE organised the National Aptitude challenge 2017-18 sponsered by BYJU.
The following students received the prizes.:-
Ananya Sharma class 8 C (2017-18) received Tablet
Himanshu Gupta 9 C (2017-18) received Tablet
Bhavya 6 A (2017-18) received school bag.
K.G Khalsa Memorial Inter School Roller Skating Championship on was held in Gyan Mandir Public School Narayana Vihar New Delhi on 18th April 2018.
The following students received medals
Akansha Goel Bronze medal
Laksh Barsiwal Bronze medal
Utkarsh Nagar Bronze medal
Jay Sharma Bronze medal
Lashika Sharma Silver medal
Lavanya Sharma Gold medal
Doonites once again gave us a proud moment by winning Ist K.G. Khalsa Memorial Inter School Roller Skating Championship
GANDHI HOUSE HOSTED THE FIRST ASSEMBLY ON THE SCHOOL MOTTO - EXCELSIOR
Ms. Hanika Khatter
Gandhi House conducted the junior assembly on 11thApril ’18,Wednesday. The theme for the assembly was “True Meaning of Our School Motto - Excelsior”.
Following activities were conducted: -
*Word of the day was presented by Divya Jain of Class 3 D. This was followed by a refreshing thought presented by Gautam of class 3 C.
* Theme based activity was presented by the students of class 3 and 4. A short skit was presented by the students of class 3 and 4 conveying the message to the audience ‘the true quality of a Doonite.‘ The audience enjoyed the activity.
* Subject enrichment activity was presented by the students of class 2 and 3. It was a Role play in which students became characters and displayed various parts of a plant by explaining their functions. It was an interesting and an interactive activity in which the audience was able to gain knowledge through learning with fun.
The True Meaning of the School Motto – Excelsior
Gandhi House Senior assembly was conducted on 12th April ‘18, Thursday. The assembly started on a refreshing note with a meaningful thought for the day, followed by the word of the day.
The students of Gandhi House presented a theme based activity which was a short skit based on the theme-“True Meaning of Our School Motto - Excelsior”.
The students as well as the staff members enjoyed and appreciated the performance.
This was followed by a subject enrichment activity based on Idioms using colorful flash cards . This was thoroughly an informative session where the students interacted and they were very enthusiastic to come up on the stage to answer.
After this, a discourse was conducted on the topic “Commonwealth Games ‘18”
In the end, the Headmistress, Ms. Vidhu Vijayan shared her experiences about the Sri Lankan trip that she undertook with the students. The students were feeling very motivated while sharing their experience with everyone. They were also appreciated by all.
Tagore House Senior Assembly
Tagore House Senior assembly was conducted on 27th October’17, Friday. The assembly started on a refreshing note with a meaningful thought for the day, followed by the word of the day.
• The students of Tagore House presented a short skit followed by a stupendous dance performance based on the theme-wants and needs of life. The students as well as the staff members enjoyed and appreciated the performance.
• This was followed by a subject enrichment activity based on Indian mythology. This was thoroughly an informative session where the students and teachers interacted and exchanged some valuable facts.
• Certificates and medals were given by honorable vice-principal ma’am to the participants and winners of distinguised competitions.
Tagore House Junior Assembly
Tagore house conducted the junior assembly on 25th October’17, Wed. The theme for the assembly was “Wants and Needs of Life”.
Following activities were conducted: -
*Word of the day was presented by Dhairya of Class 2. This was followed by a refreshing thought presented by Yachit of class 2.
* Theme based activity was presented by the students of class 4. A short skit was presented by the students of class 4 conveying the message to the audience that our demands/wants can be endless, but only a few people are blessed and get what is actually needed in life. The audience enjoyed the activity.
* Subject enrichment activity was presented by the students of class 3 &4. It was a Social Science activity about Road Safety. It was an interesting and an interactive activity in which participants explained the road safety rules with the help of flash boards. The recapitulation of the activity was done in the form of fill in the blanks.Many students from the audience were excited to come up on the stage to answer.
*News was read by Prachi of class 4.
The students of Milkha house presented as special assembly on 21 st April 2017 on the Earth Day”. On this occasion special guests from Korea visited our school and were presented with sapling as a token of welcome. The assembly began with the word of the day to enhance the vocabulary of the students. Followed by this, an enriching thought was read aloud. It was followed by an interactive discussion on the theme “Importance of Earth Day”. Next was a small Skit presented by students of Class 6 th . The assembly was concluded with a dance performance which was enjoyed by the audience and the visitors.
Junior Assembly of Academic Session 2017-18
First Junior Assembly of Academic Session 2017-18, was presented by Gandhi house on 12th April 2017. The topic of the assembly was “SELF DEFENCE”. Self defence is indeed the need of the hour seeing the present crime situations in our society.
Students of class 4 under the guidance of MS. Shivani presented a small skit wherein they gave a message to the audience to be vigilant always and that's the key to defend oneself which was further explained by Mr. Vijay with few actions for protection.
The word for the day and thought also teamed up with the theme.
A subject enrichment activity was prepared by Ms. Urvashi on computer parts. It taught us the importance of each part and their interdependency.
At last the assembly was concluded with news of the week.
It was an informative and interesting assembly.
Senior and Junior Assembly presented by Gandhi House
A senior assembly was presented by Gandhi House on 13th April 2017. The topic of the assembly was SELF DEFENCE.
Self defence is indeed the need of the hour seeing the present crime situations in our society.
The assembly started with a nice educational quote “ SELF DEFENCE is not our right, It is our Duty”. Girls of class 7 presented a dance on the song "aarambh hai prachand" wherein they conveyed a message to the audience to be aware and defend oneself. They also depicted placards with qoutes on self defence and at last concluded with a slogan " No more Nirbhaya ".
The word for the day and thought also teamed up with the theme.
A subject enrichment activity was prepared by Ms. Neetu on correct usage of Hindi while framing sentences. The activity was very interactive and informative.
At last the assembly was concluded with news of the week. It was an informative and interesting assembly. The theme was well justified.
Nurture The Nature
Classes:3A, B, C, D, E Teachers In charge:Ms.Jyoti Kohli and Ms.Swati Garg
Students of classes 3A, B, C, D, and E were taken to the school garden area where they sowed vegetable seeds and planted a few saplings in pots. They sprinkled seeds of coriander, tomato, lady finger, bitter gourd, bottle gourd, chillies, etc. and felt connected to nature. They enjoyed the activity.
20TH APRIL 2017
Topic: “Best Out of Waste”
Classes:4 A, B, C, D, E
Teachers Incharge:Ms. JyotiKohli and Ms. Madhushree Ghosh
Students of classes 4 A,B,C,D and E worked in groups to make their dream vehicles using waste material like bottles, match boxes, newspapers, cello tapes etc. They made models of cars, school buses, helicopters, flying cars, working models of some vehicles, etc. They were not only innovative but came up with altogether different ideas while assembling some new vehicles. They also gave named them as ‘Flying Bottles’. ‘Air Cars’, etc.
Classes – 7 A,B,C, D
Activity :Magic or Science
Science experiments play a very important role in the ongoing intellectual development of students. In science hands on experiment, children get time, space as well as resources toexercise theircuriosity. On keeping the above facts in mind a scientific activity was conducted for the students of class 7 A and 7 B. There were 15 participants in all and had performed the hands on experiments in group. They showcased their experiments in all the sections of class 7. Students present in the classes were enthusiastic to be involved in the experiment which encouraged the participants a lot.
The name of the Participants are:
1 GarimaSharma ,Sejaljuneja , Semaljuneja , RashiRathi , MehakVarshney , Radhika Gupta SaryanshChikkara , Vishnunandan , Raunaksingh , LakhshNijhawan , Saranjot Dish Hans, HarshitaBanai of class 7A Shyam and Nipun Dutta of class 7 B
Name of the Activity: Poster Making
Class:6 A, B, C and D
The students of Class 6 participated wholeheartedly in Science Week Activity. They made poster on the topic “Life on Moon in 2050”. They used their creativity and imagination to make poster. They displayed the positive and negative sides of life on moon in 2050. They presented the challenges like people carrying oxygen cylinders, connecting earth and moon with water pipeline. They indicated overcrowding on moon as people of earth migrated to the moon. They participated in the activity with full passion.
Assembly on 07.04.2017(World Health Day)
Doon Public school conducted a special Assembly on the occasion of World Health Day on 7th Apr' 17 on the topic of Depression - Let's Talk. Assembly aimed to spread awareness about this mental disorder called Depression through various activities like a small skit, word of the day, thought of the day and subject enrichment activity. Students of psychology displayed various symptoms and management of the disorder through skit. It has shown the students how one can be vigilant about different symptoms of Depression around them and how it can be manage by seeking for professional help. Assembly also laid emphasis on making students aware that they should communicate and share their worries regularly with their parents or teachers.
Report on special assembly on moral values and self defence
23 December 2016
The school conducted a special assembly on 21st December 2016 on the theme 'Moral values and Self Defence'.The purpose of this assembly was to inculcate the importance of moral values and self defence techniques in the students. The special guests for the day were Mr. Rajbir Malik, Assistant Commissioner of Police - Paschim Vihar and Mr. Randhir Singh, SHO - Paschim Vihar.
The assembly commenced with the word of the day given by Damini of class 9-A followed by thought for the day given by Yashvi of class 9-A. It was followed by a session taken by the special guests - Mr Rajbir Malik and Mr. Randhir Singh informing the students about various methods and techniques through which one can defend oneself. The assembly was concluded with a pledge taking ceremony presided by Manager Sir in order to make the students understand the need of adopting these principles in their lives.
Onam the harvest and the biggest festival of Kerala was celebrated with joy and enthusiasm at Doon Public School , Paschim Vihar . An Inter – House Rangoli competition commenced the daylong celebration.
The students made intricately designed flower mats (Rangoli) called `Pookalam’ in front of the library to welcome King Mahabali.
A special assembly was conducted in which the Doonites swayed the audience with their Malayali song.The foot tapping traditional folk dance by the students of classes 5 and 6 concluded the assembly.
Teachers buckled up their laces and showed the true sportsman spirit while playing number of varied games such as Tug- of -war , balloon balance , vada hanging and food eating competition. An astounding and energetic dance performance by our esteemed Manager Sir and honourable Principal Madam `lungi dance` not only magnetised the audience but also enthralled the gathering.
Raman house conducted the Special Junior Assembly on 27th April,2016 Wed. The theme for the assembly was “Life is Beautiful”.
Following activities wereconducted:-
- Word of the day was spoken by Aditya Srivastava of Class 3A. A word of English followed by a sentence was spoken.
- Thought of the day was spoken by Keerat of Class3B.
- A skit on “Life is Beautiful”was presented by the students of Class 4.
- A dance on “Life is Beautiful”was presented by the students of Class3.
- Current Affairs were presented by Ms. Pooja Arora Soni.
The school celebrated ‘Work Day’ on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti to honour the contribution of the helping staff of the school on 3 October 2016.
The assembly started with a tribute to the great leader of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi which was followed by a bhajan sung by the students. The school also observed the day as ‘Black Day’ to protest against the recent incident of murder of a teacher by some reckless students. The whole school wore black badges to show their protest against such unfortunate incident. It was followed by a speech given by students to reinforce the importance of teachers in one's life. The school counsellor ,Ms Surbhi gave tips to the students to control aggression. The work day celebrations commenced with a beautiful message given by the honourable Chairman of the school, Mr. M.G.Vasan. It was followed by a mesmerizing dance performance on foot tapping numbers by the helping staff. Many games were organised for the helpers where they displayed their competitive spirit. They were given gifts, as a token of appreciation for their work by the school management. The celebrations came to an end with a special message given by the respected Manager,Mr Sarat Chandran. Overall, it was a day filled with fun and learning.
GANDHI HOUSE SENIOR ASSEMBLY :APRIL 13th 2016
A colorful & thought provoking panel was placed on the stage going with the theme of the month” LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL”
1. The assembly began with the word of the day and a beautiful thought of the day being presented by the senior students
2. Subsequently, the first activity was a poem recitation by Mansi and Vasudha of class 9-A based on the theme “LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL” written by Patricia Meyers. The poem celebrates a life in all its glory while taking the numerous hardships of life in its stride. The poem explores the intricate nature of life and its innate beauty through a series of images and symbols, set in beautifully to a rhythmic meter.
3. The second activity was a dance performed on the theme of Baisakhi by the students of class 7 and 8
4. Next was the current affairs segment taken care by Mr. Vishwanath Bannerjee. Students actively and enthusiastically participated and the audience was kept engaged through an interesting session on current affairs.
JUNIOR ASSEMBLY April’ 12 2016
A colourful and thought provoking panel was placed on the stage going with the theme of the month “Life is beautiful”. The assembly began with the word of the day and a beautiful thought of the day.
Subsequently, the first activity of dance was performed on the current theme ‘Life is Beautiful’. The second activity was a poem recitation on the theme. The students actively and enthusiastically participated and the audience was kept engaged through an interesting session on Current affairs. Both of the activities enlightened the students and encouraged a healthy attitude towards life.
Senior Assembly By Milkha House
22 April 2016
"It is not in the stars to hold our destiny, but in ourselves- Shakespeare"
A colorful & thought provoking assembly began on the ongoing theme of the month” LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL” The assembly was presented by Milkha house.It was beautifully amalgamated with the Earth day celebrations. The assembly began with the word of the day and a beautiful thought of the day being presented by the senior students.
The first activity was a soulful song sung by Akshita of class 12 C named “Allah ke Bande”by Kailash Kher which is based on the philosophy of appreciating life in the times of adversity.
The second activity was a skit performed by the students of classes 9 and 10 showcasing the beauty of life with its ups and downs and a man’s ability to be satisfied in whatever life has to offer.
Overall, it was an enriching experience for the students and the teachers.
Special Junior Assembly
Raman house conducted the Special Junior Assembly on 27 th April,2016 Wed. The theme for the assembly was “Life is Beautiful”.
Following activities were conducted:-
*Word of the day was spoken by Aditya Srivastava of Class 3A. A word of English followed by a sentence was spoken.
- Thought of the day was spoken by Keerat of Class3B.
- A skit on “Life is Beautiful” was presented by the students of Class 4.
- A dance on “Life is Beautiful” was presented by the students of Class 3.
- Current Affairs were presented by Ms. Pooja Arora Soni.
Special senior Assembly
Report: senior assembly
Date: 27 April, 2016 (Thursday)
The senior assembly commenced with a poetry recital by the students of the Hindi club.
The theme for the month was life is beautiful. The English word for the day was spoken by Yug of class 9 B. this is followed by a thought for the day by Vaishali of class 11 A and a splendid play by the students of class 9 and 10, articulating the beauty in the simpler joys in life which make it beautiful.
The weekly news flash was taken up by Ms. Shivani Singh in an interactive manner.
The SLQDP members took over the stage to spread awareness, followed by a discussion and question answer regime. The students displayed promptness and eagerness in answering.
The final section was the much awaited prize distribution ceremony, where the position holders of the academic session 2015-16 received a trophy each by the headmistress. The list of the position holders is as follows:
The assembly culminated with the national anthem.
Junior and Senior assembly Gandhi House
Gandhi House conducted the Junior Assembly on November 4, 2015. The theme for the same was Tradition v/s Modernity.
A skit showcasing the clash between Tradition and Modernity, Village and the City was presented by the students of Class 3 to 4. How things have changed over time in India was the focus of the skit.
A dance was also presented by the students showing the difference between the Classical and the Western. Gandhi House conducted the Senior Assembly on November 5, 2015.
A skit showcasing the clash between Tradition and Modernity and how the new generation is moving towards modernity. The skit concluded by giving a message that we should not forget our traditions.
A dance was also presented by the students showing the difference between the Classical and the Western.
Milkha house assembly junior
Tagore House Assembly Report
JUNIOR & SENIOR COMBINED ASSEMBLY 9TH NOVEMBER 2015
The assembly began with the Word of the Day to enhance the vocabulary of the students. Followed by this, an enriching thought was read aloud.
The students were then presented with the news of the day to keep them updated with the current affairs.
Subsequently, the first activity was performed which was a mesmerizing dance performance by the students of class 1 to class4 focused on the current theme ‘Season of Festivities’. The second activity was a skit performed, in a charming manner, by the students of class7 & class9. The audience actively and wholeheartedly participated in the assembly. They enjoyed both the performances, which added more vigor to their excitement for the upcoming festivities.
EVENT : INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
DAY & DATE : FRIDAY, 14 AUGUST 2015
VENUE : SCHOOL PREMISES
GUEST OF HONOUR : VICE-CHAIRPERSON Ms. GEETHA VASAN and DIRECTOR Ms. SUMY VASAN TIWARI
FORMAL INTRODUCTION OF MEEP [MY ENGLISH ENHANCEMENT PROJECT] AT DOON
DOON PUBLIC SCHOOL celebrated INDEPENDENCE DAY on Friday, 14th August 2015 with great patriotic fervour. This auspicious day also marked the formal introduction of MEEP at DOON. MEEP, that is, -- MY ENGLISH ENHANCEMENT PROJECT is the new endeavor of the English Faculty.
This 'My English Enhancement Project' has been taken up to bring about a noticeable change in each and every Doonite. This Project is the brainchild of Doon's dynamic Director Ms. Sumy Vasan Tiwari. She is the spirit behind this Project propelling the English Faculty to move forward by guiding them at every step.
Under her guardianship, the English Faculty is trying to bring about a sea-change in the mindset of students. This Project aims at enhancing every child's command on the ENGLISH Language through day-to-day Language learning activities which target their four basic skills of LISTENING, SPEAKING, READING and WRITING.
The activities range from Reading Aloud; Writing a Journal every day; Working with dictionaries; Collecting and using new words, idioms and phrases; Dramatization of Stories and Plays; Role play activities; Watching English News and Films; Reading English books and Newspapers; Listening to English music/ famous Speeches, Debates or commentaries; Putting up small English activities both in the class and in the assembly; Adopting the Socratic method, etc.
So, the English Faculty showcased the MEEP on this day through some well-chosen Activities. It was an opportunity for even the stage-shy students to come forward to present activities wherein they put the English Language to good use with great ease. Under this 'MY ENGLISH ENHANCEMENT PROJECT' -- the students brought-back to life on stage -- the unforgettable and indelible Indian freedom struggle through their flawless performances and acts in the form of skits, role-plays, speeches and songs. The show-stopping performance was the skit put by classes 3 & 4 on the Jallinwala Bagh Massacre. The act was so poignant that it brought tears in the eyes of the audience.
The Director commended the humble effort made by the English Department and encouraged them to keep up the good work.
66TH REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATIONS AT DOON PUBLIC SCHOOL PASCHIM VIHAR
The 66th republic day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at Doon Public School Paschim Vihar. The day’s celebrations began with the rhythmic music of the school band welcoming the honourable guests to the school courtyard. The tri colour national flag was hoisted by our Manager Mr. Sarat Chandran, together with our Principal Mrs. Vandana Sachdeva, followed by the national anthem. The school band displayed excellent musical beats which reverberated the entire courtyard and school surroundings. It was a real treat for all the spell bound listeners. The special assembly of the day was conducted by Milkha House which presented a melodious piece of patriotic song that inspired all audience to think on the importance of the momentous occasion. It was followed by a beautiful dance by the students of classes four and five. The song and dance in praise of our country instilled a sense of pride and patriotism in every doonite.
School assemblies are an integral part of the growth and orientation of the students. They play a pivotal role in the cultivation and sustenance of values; preparing the child to appropriate crucial roles in the future. In keeping with the above said, the school has formatted two different assemblies for both the junior and the senior wing respectively. Different days of the week are allotted to each wing for the same. Each house is allocated a specific week on the academic calendar for conducting the morning assembly. A special assembly is observed for celebrating an important cultural or social event in the school. It is usually divided into 4 segments:
Thought and speech data-fancyboxated to the event.
A short skit
A musical composition
Talk by the headmistress or the principal
The teachers work in close association with the students in order to put up a good show. The special assemblies at Doon Public School are a spectacular cultural extravaganza where in the entire school comes together to data-fancyboxish in the flavor of celebration.