Students of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori and High School, Junior Section Lalazar held a special morning assembly to spread awareness about protecting wildlife, says a press release.
The school ground was decorated in different shades of green giving it a jungle like look and the stage backdrop added more color to it. A group of students dressed up as the inhabitants of jungle welcomed the parents and guests by dancing on the ‘Jungle Rhythm.’
The one hour programme was full of thought provoking skits, song presentations and students sharing information which they delivered on the stage one by one. The first performance had the students dressed up as animals which had extinct from the earth; reasons for their extinction were shared with the audience which included climatic change, illegal killing for skin, horns and bones and destruction of habitats. The next performance was a dialogue between animals and humans in which animals were shown to be chained by humans for selling, poaching and hunting.
By sharing information about the extinct and endangered species of plants, students spread awareness among the audience that plants along with animals also form an important part of our wildlife which should not be neglected. The second last performance of the show was a beautiful tableau which delivered an important message in which the students pledged to save plants and animals in order to maintain a balance in our ecosystem.
The special program came to an end as all the participants did a spectacular theme walk. Dressed up in colorful costumes and waving at the audience they received a huge round of applause.
The chief guest, Asiya Talha, Managing Director SLS Schools appreciated the students and teachers for putting up an informative show to spread awareness about such an important subject. She also thanked the parents and special guest Dr. Ayza Yazdani Abid for coming and appreciating the students for their effort.
Students of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School, Satellite Town, Senior Branch marked World Water Day by holding a special program in this regard, says a press release.
G.M Memon, resident director, Pak Oasis Pvt Ltd was invited as the chief guest. The program began with students welcoming the guest and the parents by performing on a welcome song. A small fact sheet was shared by some students which described the percentages of water consumption in different areas in our country.
A blue and white colour theme was given to the special program and the students were dressed according to it. Highlighting the water content in different fruits and vegetables, a group of students came up on the stage holding placards and presented the information one by one. The fact that water is the one most important element serving as the basis of life on earth and should not be wasted was presented in a colourful tableau on a song ‘Ye Pani Zindagani’ (water is life).
Next on the stage came a group of students holding a huge diagram of a hydro power plant which they had made themselves. The students one by one described different parts of a hydro power plant and also explained it’s working and highlighted the use of water in producing energy.
Moving towards the last part of the special program some students presented a skit which highlighted several instances in our everyday life in which we waste water without even realising. The second last performance was an interesting display of ‘The Water Cycle’ through props on a very catchy and an informative song. Looking at the performers giving step wise demonstration about the cycle the students in the audience applauded loudly as they were able to revise the science concept in a very fun way.
Relating the word ‘Pani’ (water) with different proverbial expressions in Urdu language a skit was performed at the end of the program which had dialogues with multiple Urdu proverbs relating to the term. Everyone enjoyed the skit and applauded in return.
At the end of the program Section Head, Adeela Rehman thanked all the parents and the chief guest for coming which was followed by an appreciative note about the special programme from the chief guest. The program ended as everyone got together over a cup of tea.
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Students of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School, Peshawar Road Junior Branch marked World Wildlife Day, say a press release.
A special programme was conducted by the students of grade one, two and three in this regard. The school stage looked like a miniature jungle with tree branches on the sides. Through colourful song presentations, tableaus and skits the students shared some important facts about wildlife and the dangers faced by them. The students also talked about saving the wildlife, flora and fauna by suggesting ways to provide better living conditions for them.
The special program started with the class one students welcoming the parents by performing on their favourite song “In the Mighty Jungle” followed by a poem presentation which was enjoyed by all. A very thought provoking skit followed the poem presentation in which some students were dressed up as tigers and some as hunters. Through a very interesting skit they highlighted how the hunting of tigers has led them to fall under the category of endangered species and if the humans continue to hunt them down they will soon extinct. The importance of conserving the plants was shared by a student of class three she also said the hunting of animals for fun and for their skin should also be stopped as both plants and animals are an important part of our ecosystem and that by cutting the plants and trees we are destroying the habitats of animals.
The junior students of Peshawar Road branch also highlighted how birds along with plants and animals are at risk caused by mankind. Through a skit they showed how birds used to live happily and peacefully until their trees were cut down. They performed on a poem which described each animal one by one. The grizzly bear could be seen holding a fish, the elephant moved its trunk and the hippo walked around with all its might.
The special one hour programme came to an end when Section Head, Naushin Amjad addressed the students, teachers and the parents. She thanked them for putting up such an informative show and also said that it is our duty to create awareness about protecting animals as just like human beings they also feel pain but cannot speak for themselves.
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