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School Assembly guide [5 June 2024]: Thought for the Day, news headlines and more

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Anchor 1: Good morning, respected Principal, teachers, and my dear friends. I am [Your Name].

Anchor 2: And I am [Your Name]. We warmly welcome you to today’s assembly. Let’s begin this beautiful morning with a prayer to seek blessings and express our gratitude.

[Prayer]

Anchor 1: Let us all join our hands and close our eyes for the morning prayer.

Anchor 2: Thank you, everyone. Now, let’s move to the next part of our assembly. To start the day on a positive note, we have the ‘Thought for the Day.’ For this, I invite [Student’s Name] to share the thought and inspire us all.

[Thought for the Day]

Student: Good morning everyone. Today’s thought for the day is: “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker. This quote reminds us that we hold the power to shape our destiny through our actions and decisions. Thank you.

Anchor 1: Thank you, [Student’s Name], for that inspiring thought. Let’s all remember to take proactive steps toward our goals.

[News Headlines]

Anchor 2: Moving on, it’s important to stay informed about what’s happening around us. For today’s news headlines, I invite [Student’s Name].

Student: Good morning. Here are today’s news headlines:

  1. National News
  2. International News
  3. Sports News
  4. School News

Thank you.

Anchor 1: Thank you, [Student’s Name], for keeping us updated. Now, it’s time for a special speech on World Environmental Day on a very important topic- Beat Plastic Pollution. We have [Student’s Name] to deliver the speech.

[Speech]

Anchor 1: Thank you, [Student’s Name], for that enlightening speech. It’s a great reminder of our responsibility towards the environment.

[Announcements]

Anchor 2: Now, let’s move on to the announcements. [Announce any upcoming events, important notices, or reminders for the students.]

Anchor 1: As we conclude today’s assembly, its time for the pledge and national anthem.

Anchor 2: Thank you, everyone. Have a wonderful day ahead!

Both anchors: Thank you!

School assembly topics

  1. Mental health awareness
  2. Climate change and environmental protection
  3. Leadership and responsibility
  4. Health and wellness
  5. Career guidance and future planning
  6. Anti-bullying and kindness
  7. Historical events and lessons learned
  8. Reading and literacy

 

June 5: World Environment Day

Good morning everyone,

Today, we gather here to celebrate a significant occasion – World Environment Day, observed annually on June 5. This day is a reminder of our collective responsibility to protect and preserve our environment.

World Environment Day was established by the United Nations in 1974, and it has since become a global platform for raising awareness and taking action on pressing environmental issues. Each year, millions of people around the world come together to promote sustainable living and address environmental challenges.

Let’s talk about plastic pollution, which is one of the most urgent environmental issues we face today. Every year, millions of tons of plastic waste end up in our oceans, rivers, and landfills, causing severe harm to wildlife, ecosystems, and even human health.

But the good news is, each of us can make a difference. Here are a few simple actions we can take to contribute to a cleaner, healthier planet:

Reduce plastic use: Opt for reusable bags, bottles, and containers instead of single-use plastics. Every small change counts.

Recycle properly: Make sure to separate your waste and recycle items correctly. This helps reduce the amount of plastic that ends up in landfills.

Participate in clean-ups: Join community clean-up events or organise one with your friends and family. It’s a great way to directly impact your local environment.

Educate others: Share information about plastic pollution and its effects with others. The more people are aware, the more collective action we can inspire.

Support eco-friendly products: Choose products made from sustainable materials and those that are biodegradable or compostable.

As students, we have a powerful voice and the ability to influence change. Let’s use this opportunity to advocate for a sustainable future. Remember, our actions today will shape the world of tomorrow.

Let’s pledge to make conscious choices that contribute to the health and well-being of our environment. Together, we can ‘Beat plastic pollution’ and ensure a greener, cleaner planet for future generations.

Thank you, and let’s make every day World Environment Day.

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