Class Assembly by VE: ‘Make a Difference - Change Yourself, Change the World’ 

Date of Upload: 2024-07-10

The assembly began with a serene and heartfelt prayer, setting a reflective and positive tone for the day's theme: "Make a Difference - Change Yourself, Change the World." This theme underscores the powerful notion that personal transformation can lead to broader societal impact.

The assembly proceeded with the ‘Thought for the Day,’ which was: "Small acts when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world." 

Engaging and insightful short skits illustrated how small, everyday actions can significantly impact the world around us. Each performance emphasized the importance of kindness, responsibility, and proactive behaviour in making a difference. The skits demonstrated scenarios where individual efforts collectively led to substantial positive change much like the 'Ripple Effect.'

To further inspire and motivate the students, real-life examples of children who have made significant contributions to society were presented. These remarkable young individuals, known as Ripple Makers, are bringing a difference to the world around them.  Students dressed up as these individuals, portraying their stories and achievements:

  1. Malala Yousafzai - Advocating for girls' education and women's rights.
  2. Greta Thunberg - Leading the global climate change movement.
  3. Licypriya Kangujam - A young environmental activist from India.
  4. Abigail Lupi - Making a difference through community service and advocacy.
  5. Jahkil Jackson - Helping the homeless through his initiative "Project I Am."
  6. Ryan Hickman - Promoting recycling and environmental conservation.

Adding to the vibrancy of the assembly, students presented a beautiful dance performance on the song ‘Make a Difference’.  The energetic and expressive dance captivated the audience, reinforcing the theme through the universal language of music and movement.

The assembly concluded with a quote by Edward Everett Hale, encouraging all students to believe in their potential to make a difference.

“I am only one,
But still I am one.
I cannot do everything,
But still I can do something;
And because I cannot do everything,
I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.”

The message was clear: regardless of age, everyone can contribute to creating a better world through small, meaningful actions.

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