Report writing is generally introduced in the English language syllabus when students are in 9th or 10th Classes. Writing a report means that one has to write in a detailed manner about an event. You may be asked to write a report on any event, and an annual day is one such event on which you would have to write a report.
Most of us have been a part of annual day celebrations and have enjoyed it thoroughly. But when you are asked to write a report about it, what would you possibly include in your report? Annual day celebrations take place in almost all schools around the world. The Annual Day celebration allows the school to celebrate another year of its being, and appreciates the students’ achievements in all curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities conducted throughout the year.
A number of cultural events also take place on this day. Annual day celebrations mainly take place at the end of the year in most schools. So if you want to write a report on annual day celebrations, then you must talk about when the annual celebration took place in your school/college, who had been invited as the special guest for the occasion, the students, performances on the occasion, prize distributions and also about the theme of the annual day (if any).
Let’s go through the following reports on annual day celebrations to get an idea of how to write one by yourself.
Report on Annual Day Celebrated in School
Kendriya Vidyalaya, Delhi, celebrated its 25th Annual Day on the 30th of December, 2021. Many eminent dignitaries were present at the annual day celebration, including the District Magistrate, the Chief Secretary, and Board Members of the school. All the students and their parents were invited to this function. The program started at 5:30 p.m. with the Principal delivering her commencement speech and the lighting of the diyas by the special guests. In the first half of the program, the students from kindergarten to Class 5 entertained everyone with their beautiful dance and drama performances. Before the commencement of the second half of the program, the Head Boy and Head Girl of the school invited the various students who had represented the school on different platforms and had brought glory to the school to come up on stage. The Chief Secretary and the Principal handed out certificates and prizes to those students. Soon after it, the Head Boy and the Head Girl jointly announced the publication of School Magazine, “Enigma”. The District Magistrate and Chief Secretary were asked to speak a few words on the auspicious occasion. Soon after their speech, the programme continued with the senior students performing the famous Shakespearean drama ‘Hamlet’. The mind-blowing performance got a standing ovation and much praise from the audience. Soon after that, the Punjabi students of the school performed the famous “Bhangra” and made everyone shake a leg! The choir group mesmerised the audience and the dignitaries with beautiful melodic songs. The parents kept cheering for their children who were performing on the stage. After three hours of grand performances by the students, the program ended with the Principal proposing the vote of thanks and extending her warm regards to everyone present at the Annual Day function.
Report on Annual Day Celebrated in DAV
On September 13, 2021, DAV School, Kolkata, celebrated its 50th Annual Day. The day’s events started in the morning with the teachers and the Principal participating in the “Havan”. Classes remained suspended for the day, and the students participating in the Annual Day were busy with the last-minute rehearsals. The program was scheduled to start at 6:00 p.m., and parents of all the students were invited. A huge stage was constructed with ample sitting space on the school ground for the function. The chief guests included dignitaries like the East Zone Coordinator, SDO, Assistant Police Commissioner and Board Members of the DAV committee. The program started at 6:00 p.m. as decided, with the lighting of the candles by the dignitaries and the introductory note of the Principal. The program started with the junior students entertaining the audience with their adorable dance and drama performances. After that, students of Class 7 and 8 performed a dance – drama based on Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘Chitrangada’, which impressed the audience beyond expectations. Soon after that performance, the Class 10 students performed a Bihu dance which got a lot of appreciation from the audience. The day’s events came to an end with the Principal delivering his vote of thanks and extending his warm regards to everyone present at the Annual Function.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is an Annual Day celebration?
An Annual Day celebration is when an organisation celebrates another year of its being, and appreciates the students’ achievements in all curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities conducted throughout the year.
When is Annual Day celebrated in schools/colleges?
Annual Day can be celebrated on any day as decided by the authorities of the school/college. However, Annual Day celebrations take place at the end of the year in most schools.