The program for the virtue of the week is meant for students of Primary and Secondary schools to learn and practice a particular virtue in context of school community life. Every week a virtue is introduced by a class-in-rotation in the morning Assembly.

Devotional Assemblies and Happy Hippo show:

Students in the primary School present a Happy Hippo show in the Assembly to demonstrate the virtue. The Happy Hippo show is an interactive skit where performers stage a conflicting life situation and the audience helps in arriving at a solution. This is one of the best methods by which students can understand and reflect on the concepts of a particular virtue, and practice the necessary capabilities and skills to demonstrate it in life.

The fundamental goals of the Happy Hippo show are: 1) the development of collective thinking in a search for a positive solution to the problems of life, b) cultivation of positive thoughts, action and behavior in the minds of young people, c) encouragement and development of leadership skills, d) prevention of crimes through discussions on deeds leading to criminal consequences, e) widening of one's understanding of life, f) and establishment of an ethical culture.

In the last Assembly of the week, students evaluate their activities carried out during the Virtue of the week. Through the program, students express their understanding of the particular virtue and demonstrate the principles and skills that they practiced for internalizing this virtue.
The primary and secondary schools have separate assemblies for demonstrating and practicing the virtue of the week.

The program for the virtue of the week is meant for students of Primary and Secondary schools to learn and practice a particular virtue in context of school community life. Every week a virtue is introduced by a class-in-rotation in the Monday morning Assembly

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