“The greatness of a nation is being judged by the way its wildlife is conserved and protected.”
To instill the importance of wildlife conservation in each and every young mind, students of class 1B presented their class assembly on November 3, 2023, with great zeal. Wildlife means all life forms including animals and plants that are not domesticated life forms, including animals and plants, that exist in woods, grasslands, and deserts. Wildlife contributes to the equilibrium of the ecosystem and the food chain.
The assembly began with the day's thought on wildlife conservation followed by an explanation of what wildlife is and why it is important. Students identified that human-caused pollution, land development, hunting, and poaching have resulted in about 42,100 endangered species, which must be controlled. We had a dance performed by students to convey this point.
The children then spoke about the government's efforts to safeguard wildlife, followed by a song about the pain of young birds and the necessity to save nature. Students finished the assembly by promising to "PLANT TREES, SAVE WATER, AND REDUCE POLLUTION IN ORDER TO SAVE WILDLIFE AND OUR MOTHER EARTH." The IB assembly was a little attempt to shape each young mind into a defender of wildlife and guardian of our mother Earth.