Morning assembly is the most important feature of St. Charles High School curriculum where students learn the value of collective prayer and are exposed to the need to inculcate moral and ethical values. The morning assembly helps each child to show case his or her talent and ensure a robust start of the day. They are guided to the path of spiritualism through educational talks. Meditation and introspection form an integral feature of the morning assembly.
Both primary and secondary sections hold Class -wise assemblies on all five days. It includes talks on General knowledge and current affairs. New scientific facts are delivered and songs, skits and poems are presented. The assembly is creative canalization of the innate talent of students and is an integral part of the school activities.
Student must reach the school premises before the commencement of the school assembly. The parent should accompany their wards and clarify the reason in person, if the student is delayed continuously for two days.
The Secondary section conducts the assembly at 7 a.m. Primary section at 12.45 noon at the start of their school day.
2 thoughts on “Morning Assembly”
The school logo says SCB, shouldn’t it be SCS instead. I think there’s a mistake here.
It is correct. Its st. charles borromeo school