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Special Assemblies
  • Easter Assembly

    Easter was celebrated to commemorate Jesus Christ’s victory over death and His Resurrection. The students presented a pantomime showing the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and His Resurrection.

  • Investiture Ceremony

    The oath taking ceremony is the year’s most solemn occasion when the student Council take a pledge to uphold the honor and values of the school. The badges are presented to the members during the ceremony and they are briefed about the duties required to be performed by them.

  • School Foundation Day
    A special Assembly is conducted by the students and teachers on Our School Foundation Day on 2nd July to pay tribute to our beloved Founder Patron Mr. W.C. Somerville.

  • Arbour Day Assembly

    The entire programme stressed the importance of caring for our environment and keeping the surroundings green and clean. Students through their skits and songs helped the people to understand the importance of trees. The students planted saplings, which enabled them to create an ecological balance in nature.

  • Felicitation Ceremony

    The top achievers in Class X and XII Board Exams are felicitated in the presence of their proud parents and teachers. Our Principal awards them with trophies and certificates.

  • Special Performance by the Korean Group

    Occasionally, there are visitors who give special performances for the students.

    In the 2010-2011 session, a Korean Group working under the aegis of True Light Church in Korea and Korean Immanuel Church in Delhi visited the school and rendered a spectacular dance and musical presentation to spread the message of peace and love in India.

  • Independence Day Assembly

    The annual Independence Day celebrations start with the hoisting of the National Flag, and a prayer for the country’s unity, growth and prosperity. The importance of the day is highlighted by the skits showing short excerpts from the freedom struggle. Patriotic songs and dances are presented by the students.

  • Janmashtami

    A special assembly on Janmashtami is conducted each year by the students to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna in Kansa’s prison, the naughty childhood of Kanha and the triumph of Lord Krishna over the cruel Kansa.

  • Teacher’s Day Celebrations

    Dr. Sarvepelli Radhakrishnan’s birthday on the Teachers’ Day is celebrated with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm by our students. His contributions are remembered on the day and our students express their love and respect towards their teachers with sincerity and gratitude. They entertain the teachers with their talent through various songs, poems, skits and dance.

  • Gandhi Jayanti Assembly

    On the birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, children pay homage to the Father of the Nation. Celebrations are marked by propagating Gandhiji’s message of Ahimsa and his teachings of tolerance, patience, mutual respect and the necessity of developing an indomitable will.

  • Eid

    A special assembly is held on the occasion of Eid to give the right message of the festival to our students.

  • Dussehra

    Dussehra - commemorating the victory of Good over Evil and Truth always Triumphs is the focus of this assembly.

  • Childrens Day Assembly

    Children’s Day is celebrated in our school to mark the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Teachers entertain the students with their talents in music, dance and histrionics.

  • Diwali

    Diwali – the festival of lights is celebrated with a lot of vigour and enthusiasm. Skits based on the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya is performed by the students.

  • Christmas

    Christmas, the festivities marking the birth of Jesus Christ, is celebrated with great enthusiasm by the children. The school bears a festive look with Christmas trees, Santa Claus, candles and Snowmen made by the children adorning the classrooms and the corridors. A nativity play is enacted by the children and hymns and carols are sung.

  • Republic Day Celebrations

    A tribute is given to the Father of Indian Constitution, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. The school choir sang patriotic songs in praise of their motherland inspiring the students and teachers for their love towards their country.

  • Martyr’s Day

    To mark the death of Bapu, children pay a solemn homage to Mahatma Gandhi and our National Heroes by singing and reciting poems glorifying the heroic deeds of the leaders of our nation.

  • Benedictions – Prayer Service


    A prayer service is held to seek Lord Almighty’s blessings for Class X and XII students taking the CBSE Board Examinations.