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School assembly guide [5 July 2024]: News headlines, thought for the day and more

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School assembly guide [5 July 2024]: Here is a complete guide for school assembly including thought for the day, word of the day, news headlines for national, international and sports, anchoring script and all you need to kick start the day.

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New Delhi: A school assembly is a crucial part of the school day, acting as a platform to unite the entire school community. It offers students and teachers a chance to come together, share key announcements, celebrate accomplishments, and cultivate a sense of unity and school pride. Usually conducted in the morning, the assembly helps establish a positive atmosphere for the day.

The assembly begins with the news headlines, where current events and important updates from around the world are shared.  Here is a detailed guide designed to help students and teachers smoothly conduct the assembly, keeping everyone informed and inspired as we start our day.

Thought for the Day for school assembly in English

  • “Learn as if you were to live forever. Live as if you were to die tomorrow.” – Mahatma Gandhi
    Explanation: Embrace learning with enthusiasm and live each day to the fullest.

Thought for the Day for school assembly in Hindi

  • “Har safar ek naye adhyay ki shuruaat hai.”
    Translation: “Every journey is the beginning of a new chapter.”

School assembly news headlines

Here are today’s news headlines for the school assembly. Let’s stay informed about the latest events happening around us. Check out the latest national, international and sports news headlines for the day.

National news for school assembly

  1. The 147th annual Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath is scheduled for July 7 in Ahmedabad. An official reported that over 22,000 security personnel will be deployed to safeguard the event, which attracts hundreds of thousands of devotees.
  2. Officials reported that despite heavy rains, over 5,600 pilgrims departed from Jammu on Thursday, heading towards the twin basecamps, Baltal and Palagam, of the Amarnath cave shrine. On Wednesday alone, more than 30,000 devotees worshipped the naturally formed ice lingam, raising the total number of pilgrims to over one lakh.
  3. The opposition Congress on Thursday urged Chief Minister N Rangasamy to convene a special meeting of the territorial Assembly and adopt a resolution requesting the Centre to scrap NEET and exempt Puducherry from the test.
  4. The railway ministry has decided to undertake the development of the circulation area at the proposed railway station between Thane and Mulund, which is expected to save around Rs 185 crore funds for the local civic body, officials informed on Thursday.

International news for school assembly

  1. The suspect in the attempted assassination in May of Slovakia’s populist prime minister, Robert Fico, is now facing terror charges as part of an investigation by authorities, the country’s prosecutor general said.
  2. India on Thursday asked the international community to “isolate and expose” those countries that harbour terrorists, provide safe havens and condone terrorism, saying that if left unchecked, terrorism can become a major threat to regional and global peace, in a veiled jibe at China and Pakistan.
  3. The Lebanese Hezbollah group says it has launched over 200 rockets at several military bases in Israel in retaliation for a strike that killed one of its senior commanders. The attack by the Iran-backed militant group on Thursday was one of the largest in the monthslong conflict along the Lebanon-Israel border, with tensions boiling in recent weeks.
  4. No matter what the outcome of Thursday’s landmark general election in the UK is, Rishi Sunak’s place in the history books as Britain’s first Prime Minister of Indian heritage is secure.

Sports news for school assembly

  1. Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray all are included on the entry list for tennis at the Paris Olympics released by the International Tennis Federation on Thursday, as was Daniil Medvedev, who technically will be competing as a “neutral” athlete rather than representing Russia because of that country’s ongoing war in Ukraine.
  2. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said he had a memorable conversation with the members of the T20 World Cup-winning Indian cricket team, discussing their journey at the recently concluded ICC event in the USA and the Caribbean.
  3. Exuberant fans lined up to express support despite monsoon showers and heavy security deployment before Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted them for a breakfast meeting as India’s T20 World Cup-winning cricket stars returned to a euphoric reception on Thursday. Hundreds of supporters, holding placards congratulating their favourites and waving the national flag, braved the inclement weather to wait outside the airport for the victorious side, which defeated South Africa by seven runs in the final in Bridgetown on Saturday last week.
  4. Kylian Mbappe is going to be “one of the greatest players” but the French forward will need someone to keep pushing him throughout like Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi did to each other, said former England great Michael Owen during a virtual interaction.

Anchoring script for school assembly

  1. Good morning, everyone!Welcome to today’s school assembly. I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade], and I’m thrilled to be your anchor for this morning. To start off, let’s stand for the school anthem. [Play/Lead the Anthem]
    [After the Anthem]
    Thank you, everyone! To begin our day on a positive note, we have a special thought for the day.
    “Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” – Albert Schweitzer
    We hope this thought inspires you as much as it inspires us. Now, let’s move on to today’s news and announcements.
    [Proceed with Announcements]
    We have exciting events coming up, including [Event/Activity] on [Date], so stay tuned for more details.
    [After Announcements]
    To wrap up, we have a special performance by [Student/Group Name]. Let’s give them a warm welcome! [Introduce Performance]
    Thank you for being a wonderful audience. Have a great day ahead!
  2. Good morning, dear teachers and students!
    I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade], and I am honoured to host today’s school assembly. We have a special guest with us, [Guest’s Name], who is [Guest’s Title/Role].
    Before we invite our guest to share their thoughts, let’s begin with the school prayer. [Play/Lead the Prayer]
    [After the Prayer]
    Thank you, everyone! It is a pleasure to introduce [Guest’s Name]. [Share a brief introduction about the guest’s achievements and relevance.]
    [After Introduction]
    Please join me in giving a warm welcome to [Guest’s Name]! [Invite Guest to Speak]
    [After the Guest’s Speech]
    Thank you so much, [Guest’s Name], for those inspiring words. We are grateful for your time and insights.
    Now, let’s enjoy a performance by [Student/Group Name]. [Introduce Performance]
    Thank you all for your attention. Have a fantastic day!
  3. Good morning, everyone!
    I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade], and I’m delighted to be your anchor for today’s assembly. We are here to get motivated and inspired for the days ahead.
    Let’s start with the school anthem. [Play/Lead the Anthem]
    [After the Anthem]
    Thank you! Today’s motivational quote is: “Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.” – Jim Rohn
    [Share a Brief Explanation]
    This quote reminds us that positive changes come from our own actions and decisions.
    Next, we have a special segment where [Student/Teacher Name] will share their experiences about [Topic/Experience].
    [Introduce the Speaker]
    Let’s give a warm welcome to [Speaker’s Name]! [Invite Speaker to Speak]
    [After the Talk]
    Thank you, [Speaker’s Name], for those motivating words.
    We will now conclude with a beautiful song performed by [Student/Group Name]. [Introduce Performance]
    Thank you all for being a great audience. Have an inspiring day!

Opening lines for school assembly

  1. “Good morning, students and teachers! I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade], and I am thrilled to be here with you for today’s assembly. Let’s make it a memorable one!”
  2. “Good morning to all! I hope you’re ready for today’s assembly. Let’s begin with a thought for the day that will inspire us all.”
  3. “Hello everyone! I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade], and I’m delighted to welcome you all to today’s school assembly. Let’s start with the school anthem.”
  4. “Good morning, respected teachers and dear students! Let’s begin this assembly with a burst of energy and enthusiasm. Together, let’s make today extraordinary!”
  5. “Good morning, everyone! Let’s take a moment to reflect on our goals for today and set a positive tone for the rest of the day. Welcome to the school assembly!”
  6. “Good morning, everyone! Are you ready for an exciting assembly? I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade], and I’m excited to share some wonderful things with you today!”
  7. “Good morning to all! It’s a beautiful day for a school assembly, and I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade]. Let’s start with a smile and get ready for an inspiring session!”
  8. “Good morning, students and teachers! I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade], and I’m so happy to be your anchor for today’s assembly. Let’s start by standing for the school anthem.”
  9. “Good morning, everyone! Let’s begin today’s assembly with a positive mindset and the enthusiasm to learn and grow. Welcome to the start of a fantastic day!”
  10. “Good morning, everyone! I’m [Your Name] from [Your Class/Grade], and I’m excited to start this assembly with you. Let’s focus on positivity and embrace the opportunities today brings!”

Word of the day in English

  • Diligence
    Definition: Careful and persistent work or effort.

Word of the day in Hindi

  • Sankalp (संकल्प) – Resolution or Determination

School assembly is a moment to reflect, celebrate, and come together, making it an integral and cherished part of the school routine.

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