At DSE, the first lesson is discipline. The arena to kick-start our day in a disciplined manner is the Morning Assembly.
Prayer is nothing but a purification of one’s mind. Noble thoughts alone can make a mind pure.
The morning assembly starts with the school song where each line is a plea for noble and greater things to come to us . . . a prayer to the Almighty to manifest in our words and deeds.
The silent prayer or meditation for two minutes is the most fruitful and an important activity in our morning assembly. It has immense value and a right platform to begin the day with positive thoughts.
Classroom is only a cross section of the world outside and we need to integrate our knowledge with the life outside. Hence, very thought-provoking and creative class assemblies are presented during this precious time.
The International Year of Indigenous Languages is a United Nations observance in 2019 that aims to raise awareness of the consequences of the endangerment of Indigenous languages across the world, with an objective to establish a link between language, development, peace, and reconciliation.
The International Year of Indigenous Languages targets to focus attention on the risks confronting indigenous languages, especially those significant for development, reconciliation, good governance and peace building.
In alignment with this observance of the United Nations, Delhi School of Excellence, Attapur decided to have class assemblies based on the diverse languages of India.
One should remember that the school is a small world and the world is a very big school. Hence, News reading that is being presented every morning makes one understand what happens in the world outside before the day begins.
The pledge is to remind their duties as the citizens of the country. National anthem is sung to close the morning assembly.
The culmination of the morning assembly is the marching tune of dispersal.