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School assembly on 17 May 2024: Thought for the Day, news headlines and more

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School assembly news headlines, thought, speech and more: Having trouble sourcing captivating content for your school assembly? Look no further! This resource offers daily news headlines, a pre-prepared speech, and thought for the day to ensure your assembly is both engaging and thought-provoking.

School assembly on 17 May 2024: Thought for the Day, news headlines and more (Photo by Avishek Das/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Mumbai: We offer a school assembly plan for May 17, featuring a Thought for the Day from Swami Vivekananda, along with national, international, and sports news highlights. Additionally, we include a brief 1-minute speech and tips for conducting the assembly effectively. This guide is designed to assist you in delivering a compelling presentation at the school assembly on May 17.

Thought for the Day for school assembly

“Stand up, be bold, be strong. Take the whole responsibility on your own shoulders, and know that you are the creator of your own destiny.” – Swami Vivekananda

 

News headlines for school assembly

Find here trending national, international and sports news for school assembly.

National news for school assembly

  1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi claims INDIA bloc wants to make 5 PMs in 5 years; predicts its disintegration after June 4
  2. BJP criticises Arvind Kejriwal for dodging questions on party MP Swati Maliwal’s alleged assault at CM’s house
  3. NCP (SP) chief Sharad Pawar claims PM Modi has lost confidence as people want political change
  4. Study conducted by researchers at BHU says over 30 percent of Covaxin takers suffered from health issues after 1 year
  5. Heatwave alert for Northwest India during next 5 days; mercury may hit 45 deg C in Delhi
  6. Rains to intensify in Kerala in next few days; IMD issues orange alert in several districts

 

International news for school assembly

  1. Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico survives assassination attempt; political leaders urge calm
  2. US military completes floating pier to deliver essential humanitarian aid to Gaza as Israel-Hamas war rages on
  3. Russian President Vladimir Putin visits China amid conflict with Ukraine; Chinese leader Xi Jinping hopes for peace in Europe
  4. Indonesian authorities heighten alert for Mount Ibu, a volcano situated in North Maluku province, after ongoing eruptions
  5. Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan appears before Supreme Court via video link in a case about changes in anti-corruption laws
  6. US Vice President Kamala Harris encourages Indian Americans to run for office amid growing population of the minority ethnic community

 

Sports news for school assembly

  1. IPL match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Gujarat Titans in Hyderabad
  2. Sunil Chhetri to retire from international Football after FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Kuwait on June 6
  3. In the ICC T20 All-Rounders List, Hardik Pandya remains the top-ranked Indian at number seven. Sri Lankan spinner Wanindu Hasaranga joins Bangladesh’s Shakib al Hasan at the top of the pile.
  4. Athletics Federation of India partners with Puma for a multi-year deal
  5. India’s Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra to lead teams at Paris Olympics
  6. Kylian Mbappé farewells the French league when PSG visits Metz in final round on Sunday

 

How to conduct morning assembly in school in English

Theme of the Day: Start by selecting a theme for each day of the week. For example, Motivation Monday, Thoughtful Tuesday, Wisdom Wednesday, Thankful Thursday, and Fun Friday. Each day can focus on a different aspect of personal growth and development.

Interactive activities: Incorporate interactive elements such as quizzes, debates etc related to the theme of the day. This engages students actively and fosters participation.

Student presentations: Encourage students to deliver short presentations or performances during the assembly. This could include poetry recitations, music performances, or sharing personal stories related to the theme of the day.

Guest speakers: Invite guest speakers from diverse backgrounds such as successful alumni, community leaders, or experts in various fields to share their experiences and insights with the students.

Mindfulness exercises: Start the assembly with a brief mindfulness exercise or meditation to help students centre themselves and start the day with a calm and focused mindset.

Visual displays: Use visual aids such as posters, videos, or slideshows to reinforce key messages and enhance the overall experience of the assembly.

Acknowledgement and appreciation: Take time to acknowledge and appreciate student achievements, both academic and non-academic, during the assembly. This helps in boosting morale and fostering a positive school culture.

Interactive thought for the day: Instead of simply reading out a quote, encourage students to discuss and reflect on the thought for the day in small groups or through open dialogue.

 

1-minute speech for school assembly

World Hypertension Day- May 17

“Ladies and gentlemen, esteemed teachers, and dear friends,

Today, we gather on a special occasion – World Hypertension Day. It’s a day that reminds us of the importance of taking care of our health, particularly our cardiovascular well-being.

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is often called the ‘silent killer’ because it typically has no symptoms but can lead to serious health complications such as heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure if left unchecked.

As young individuals, we may think that hypertension only affects older adults. However, with the rise in unhealthy eating habits, sedentary lifestyles, and stress, hypertension is increasingly affecting people of all ages, including the youth.

So, what can we do about it? Firstly, let’s make healthy lifestyle choices. Let’s aim to eat a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, and limit our intake of salt, sugar, and unhealthy fats. Let’s also prioritise regular physical activity and find healthy ways to manage stress.

Secondly, let’s raise awareness about hypertension within our families, schools, and communities. Let’s encourage our loved ones to get their blood pressure checked regularly and to seek medical help if needed.

Lastly, let’s remember that prevention is always better than cure. By adopting a healthy lifestyle now, we can reduce our risk of developing hypertension and safeguard our long-term health.

On this World Hypertension Day, let’s pledge to take proactive steps towards a heart-healthy lifestyle. Together, let’s strive towards a world where hypertension is no longer a silent threat but a manageable condition.

Thank you.”

May this guide serve as a roadmap for delivering an engaging and impactful presentation. Approach the assembly with enthusiasm, empathy, and a commitment to fostering a sense of unity and learning within your school community. Make the May 17 assembly, a memorable and enriching experience for all.

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