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School assembly guide [3 June 2024]: Thought for the Day, news headlines and anchoring script

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School assembly news headlines, thought for the day: Students, get ready for 3rd June morning school assembly! Here are the latest national, international, and sports news headlines and Thought for the Day. Plus, find inspiration with speeches and an anchoring script to ensure a memorable assembly experience.

School assembly on 3 June 2024: Thought for the Day, news headlines and more

New Delhi: School Assembly is a time when all the students and teachers gather together before going to classes. In the assembly we get to know about daily important announcement, news headlines, and some more information. It serves as a platform to develop self confidence, acquiring knowledge and information, creativity and a esthetic sense among students. The school assemblies are conducted to bring students together, share information, celebrate achievements, and foster a sense of community. These gatherings inform and educate students about important events going on in and around the world that should not be missed.

Here are some important headlines for your June 3rd morning assembly. News from national, international, and sports have been covered in this article, so there’s no need to worry about last-minute news gathering.

Thought for the day in English for school assembly

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” – Nelson Mandela

Hindi thought for school assembly

“Vidya dhan sampatti se bhi badhkar hai. Shiksha hi woh cheez hai jo humein jeevan mein safal banati hai. Kathin parishram aur lagan se hi shiksha praapt hoti hai. Humein hamesha seekhne ki jigyasa rakhni chahiye. Tabhi hum jeevan mein taraqqi kar sakte hain.”- Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

News headlines for school assembly

National news for school assembly

  1. The Election Commission has sought factual information from Congress leader Jairam Ramesh on his claim that Home Minister Amit Shah called up 150 district magistrates and collectors ahead of the June 4 counting of votes for the Lok Sabha elections.


  2. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal surrendered at Tihar jail after his interim bail granted by the Supreme Court in the excise policy-linked money laundering case ended on June 1. Before returning to jail, the Delhi Chief Minister claimed the exit polls – which predicted a landslide victory for the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance – were fake. He was granted the relief to campaign in the Lok Sabha elections.


  3. The BJP returned to power in Arunachal Pradesh for the third time in a row, as the party won 37 seats in the 60-member assembly and secured a majority according to Election Commission officials. Counting of votes is underway for 50 seats for which elections were held in the northeastern state along with the Lok Sabha polls on April 19.


  4. A Mumbai-bound Vistara flight with 306 persons onboard from Paris received a bomb threat, after which a full emergency was declared at the city airport prior to its arrival, according to reports.
  5. The flood situation in Assam remained unchanged with more than six lakh people in 10 districts reeling under waters according to official reports. Heavy rains in different parts of the state led to the swelling of river water level, forcing affected people in many areas to evacuate to safety.

International news for school assembly

  1. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has joined TikTok, the short video social media platform owned by China-based tech giant ByteDance, which he tried to ban as president, ahead of the US elections in November.


  2. Iran’s hardline former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has registered to run for president in the country’s June 28 election, organized after the death of Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash last month, according to Iran’s state television reports.


  3. India sent 90 tonnes of pharmaceutical ingredients to Cuba as part of its humanitarian assistance to the island nation. Cuba has been reeling under a shortage of essential goods, food items, and medicine.


  4. The Chinese defense minister has accused the US of causing friction with its support for Taiwan and the Philippines.


  5. North Korea sent around 600 balloons carrying trash into South Korea overnight on Sunday, in Pyongyang’s latest move to rile its rival neighbor, according to Seoul officials.

Sports news for school assembly

  1. India’s Rohan Bopanna and his Australian partner Matthew Ebden, seeded second, moved to the French Open men’s doubles second round with a tough 7-5, 4-6, 6-4 win over the Brazilian pair of Orlando Luz and Marcelo Zormann.


  2. World Championships silver medallist Amit Panghal qualified for the Paris Olympics as he defeated China’s Chuang Liu in the 51kg quarterfinals of the 2nd World Qualification Tournament.


  3. Kolkata Knight Riders star all-rounder Venkatesh Iyer tied the knot with Shruti Raghunathan.


  4. Indian football team coach Igor Stimac has said the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Kuwait could change the careers of his players and described it as a huge game.


  5. Real Madrid withstood a Borussia Dortmund barrage to win the Champions League for the 15th time as Dani Carvajal and Vinicius Junior struck late in a 2-0 win at Wembley.

Anchoring script for school assembly

Good Morning Respected Principal, Teachers, and My Dear Friends. I am [Your Name], your host for today’s morning assembly. Bright and early, with hopes high and spirits soaring, let us begin this day with an atmosphere of learning, warmth, and camaraderie.

Before we proceed, let’s create a serene ambiance by closing our eyes for a moment of silence— a moment to seek blessings and guidance for the day.

(My dear co-host, [Co-host’s Name], will lead us into prayer or meditation, as per school protocol.)

Thank you, [Co-host’s Name]. Prayer, indeed, is the key to the morning and the bolt of the evening that bestows peace and fortitude.

Now, let’s pledge to uphold the spirit of our institution, its values, and the pursuit of knowledge. [Co-host’s Name], please lead us in reciting our school pledge.

Thank you, [Co-host’s Name]. Our school pledge is a potent reminder of our commitment and our duty as students.

With great respect and pride, let’s move on to the significant part of our assembly – The National Anthem. I request you all to stand upright and sing along with pride in your hearts and respect in your souls.

Post the anthem, let’s sit back down and attentively listen to the thought for the day, presented by [Student’s Name]. The valuable knowledge imparted through these words often gives us the motivation and guidance we need.

(Proceed with sharing ‘The Thought of The Day’)

Thank you, [Student’s Name], for sharing such inspiring words. A thought to ponder and incorporate into our lives indeed!

Now, we have our newsreaders, [Names], who are ready to update us with the latest happenings around the world.

(Proceed with the ‘News Headlines’ section)

Thank you for the news updates!

Now for an insight into the school’s upcoming events, let’s turn towards [Name] who will take us through the school bulletin.

(Proceed with the ‘School Bulletin’ section)

With this, we conclude today’s morning assembly. As we disperse, let us hold onto the thought for the day, incorporate it into our actions, and always aim to ascend the road of righteousness and knowledge.

Thank you, and have a wonderful day ahead!

Short speech for school assembly

Good morning, everyone!

Today, as we gather here for our morning assembly, let us take a moment to appreciate the gift of a new day filled with endless possibilities.

In this fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. But amidst the chaos, let us not forget the importance of kindness, empathy, and gratitude.

Let’s make a conscious effort to be kind to one another, to lend a helping hand to those in need, and to express gratitude for the blessings in our lives, big or small.

Remember, a simple act of kindness can brighten someone’s day and make a world of difference.

So, as we go about our day, let’s strive to spread positivity, uplift each other, and make our school community a place where everyone feels valued and appreciated.

Thank you, and let’s make today great!

Topics for speech in school assembly

1. The Importance of Kindness in Daily Life
2. Overcoming Challenges: The Power of Resilience
3. The Benefits of Reading Books
4. Embracing Diversity and Inclusion in Our School Community
5. Making a Difference Through Volunteer Work
6. Developing Effective Study Habits for Academic Success
7. The Impact of Technology on Education
8. Environmental Conservation: Our Responsibility Towards the Planet
9. Mental Health Awareness and Well-being Tips for Students
10. Setting and Achieving Goals: Keys to Personal Growth
11. The Role of Sports and Physical Activity in a Student’s Life
12. Understanding and Respecting Different Cultures and Traditions
13. Promoting Cyber Safety and Responsible Internet Usage
14. Exploring Careers: Finding Your Passion and Pursuing Your Dreams
15. The Importance of Time Management Skills for Students
16. Building Confidence and Self-esteem in Teenagers
17. Effective Communication: Essential Skill for Success
18. Preventing Bullying and Creating a Positive School Environment
19. The Significance of Healthy Eating Habits and Physical Fitness
20. Financial Literacy: Managing Money Wisely as a Student
21. Cultivating Leadership Qualities Among Students

Use these news headlines to deliver in your 3rd June school assembly and to inform and inspire your students about current events happening around the world. By exploring these headlines, we can transform the school assembly into an interactive experience.

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