Assembly Instructions well before the day


This article gives general idea of instructions well before any school assembly. Please be sure to read these instructions carefully so you/team know the procedure for the final assembly.

As you can see from the list of awards there will be a lot of students recognised on Friday for their effort and achievement. What we have decided to do is as follows:

All subject awards should be read out by the Head of Department in the following order and students should be asked to stand - they will not come up to the stage to receive their certificates, these will be distributed in homeroom:

Middle School Certificates -1 - HOD reads names, students stand as their name is read, after the last student name is read allow for applause, students can be seated

Middle School Certificates -2 - HOD reads names, students stand as their name is read, after the last student name is read allow for applause, students can be seated

High School Certificates -1 - HOD reads names, students stand as their name is read, after the last student name is read allow for applause, students can be seated

High School Certificates -2 - HOD reads names, students stand as their name is read, after the last student name is read allow for applause, students can be seated

ONLY Outreach Certificates, students who designed the graduation invite & Middle School Merit Awards - Certificates will be distributed at the assembly, students should be asked to come up and collect them. People responsible for distribution - Please collect these certificates from admin before the assembly.

Please Note: There is no MC for the assembly. When you finish your part you need to introduce the next person on the schedule and call the appropriate person to stage. Leader will introduce the performances and assistants will introduce the drama performance.

Each HOD or person giving out certificates is responsible for bringing the list of recipients with them to the assembly.

Please work with buddies and share the schedule with all so that he knows when he is speaking and who he needs to introduce.


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