Interactive Assemblies

The students are given an opportunity to showcase their special talents at morning assemblies. A news reader is selected each day to read out the news. This is followed by an open interactive session and a quiz on current affairs.

Visitors from varied walks of life are invited to speak to the students on this forum. Students are invited to sing, play on an instrument or share a moving story or a poem. From time to time there is a panel discussion entitled 'We, the Indianites'. The students express views and opinions which they learn to uphold and develop in the parry and thrust of a debate.

“Tell a tale in just a minute”, skits, inter-house competitions on shloka recitation, dance and music are also held.

Our Michael Jacksons go “Moon Walking”

Holy Night, Silent Night…


Morning assemblies, inter-school events, and distinguished events like the National level Dr. Amidas Goradia Debate serve as integral components of a comprehensive educational landscape. Morning assemblies provide a daily opportunity for students to cultivate a sense of community, kickstarting each day on a positive note and fostering a shared spirit. Inter-school events open avenues for healthy competition, encouraging students to showcase their talents and learn from peers. The Goradia Debate, in particular, hones critical thinking and communication skills, preparing students for real-world challenges.

Themes like the Sanskara Syllabus weave values into the fabric of education, emphasising character development alongside academic achievement. The spiral learning approach, revisiting and building upon concepts, promotes a deeper understanding of subjects, fostering long-term retention and application of knowledge. The incorporation of a theme for the year adds depth and cohesion to the educational journey, creating a unified focus that transcends individual subjects. These elements collectively contribute to an educational environment that nurtures well-rounded individuals, preparing them not only for academic success but also for the complexities of the world beyond the classroom.