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My Passing Out Speech at School - Keyura Rao Cheeti

Hi! I am Keyura, a student of class 5 who is now graduating from Primary and moving to middle school. How can I ever forget the year I first stepped into this school in Primary. The teachers, the ayyammas, the students, everyone were very welcoming.  The first time when I saw a Prefect minding the assembly and telling the children what was right for them, that was the moment I knew I wanted to be a Prefect! When I discovered I was selected for the Prefect interview, my heart jumped joyfully! I WAS VERY NERVOUS when I reached the waiting area, and my heart was beating fast. When my name was called to take the interview, I pushed that nervousness away and felt confident. A few days later, I found out I was a Technology Prefect! On the day of the investiture ceremony, I was super excited. I got to shake hands with the Commissioner of Police, Mr C.V. Anand, IPS! That was amazing!  I made friends yearly but lost touch with them as we got shuffled. In the Primary, I was also a part of the ch

Joy Of Learning - Rishona Chopra

  The Joy of Learning Diaries is a website where students can post their reflections on My Good School’s reading program every Sunday. They can literally post anything they want. We publish the Joy Of Learning Diaries, and our blogs go in an extensive diary where many students can post. We connect the Joy Of Reading with the joy of writing by - What we read in the reading session we reflect upon by writing. What we have written can be converted into a podcast (audio file) - Joy of Speaking. That is how My Good School connects the three joys. In school, we learn academics, but at My Good School, we help improve and enhance the primary interests. We experience the joy of writing, reading and speaking. Apart from that, we have a few partner programs too. Like, Slooh  (Space Program) and Sportify (Sports Program). Most important of all, students can become interns!  While being an intern sounds like a lot of hard work, it is straightforward as long as you like doing it. I am an intern, an