Morning assemblies are held every day and they form an integral part of the School curriculum. Routine activities in the morning assembly include prayer, hymns, inspirational thoughts, School/National pledge, current affairs and the National Anthem. Apart from these activities, various other informative and educative activities are conducted during the assembly.

India’s richness is marked by her cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity. In order to celebrate these unique features of our country, the Bhasha Sangam initiative under the ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ was initiated by the CBSE to provide multilingual exposure to students in Indian languages listed in Schedule VIII of the Constitution of India. This initiative was taken to create interest in these languages and a curiosity to learn more and to enhance linguistic tolerance and respect, and promote national integration.

Bhasha Sangam

Students sing songs and perform bhangra on the joyous occasion of Baisakhi, the harvest festival of Punjab, as part of special assemblies conducted in the School. The day of thanksgiving for the abundant harvest and also to seek blessings for future prosperity and progress.

2nd October, each year, is celebrated as International Peace Day as well as Gandhi Jayanti. The importance of peace, truth and non- violence hold special relevance in today’s times when our life is becoming increasingly stressful. The life-history of Gandhi Ji and unusual facts about him are shared with students. Inspirational quotes of Gandhi Ji are presented by the students and bhajans are also sung by them.

International Peace Day

Special assemblies are conducted on Children’s Day wherein students perform enthusiastically.

Thanksgiving strengthens friendship and builds a positive attitude towards life. “Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough”.

“To error is human, to forgive is DIVINE”. Kshama or forgiveness is the natural virtue of the soul. When the soul underestimates itself and submits to degradation, it becomes tainted with raag or moha, attached and full of animosity.

Forgiveness Day

The students observed Environment Week from 16th April to 21st April. The teachers conducted a plethora of activities to sensitize the children towards the vital issues concerning the environment. A rally was organised by Class IX students in Sector-21/C market to sensitize the people about the importance of preserving the environment.

The cultural event based on the bond, trust and protection for each other have been wonderfully portrayed by the students of classes Nursery & K.G. through a special assembly. Students also visit Old Age Homes and tie rakhis to the elderly.

Style and elegance set the stage when the students walk the ramp to display their creativity and talent. The special assemblies showcase beautiful attires of various states made out of waste.