To honour the tireless efforts of workers across various sectors while highlighting the importance of labour rights and dignity, the students of M.E.S. Indian School orchestrated the Labour Day assembly on May 1, 2024.

Students delivered a series of performances and presentations right from exploring the historical roots of the labour movement to shedding light on contemporary challenges faced by workers globally, thus providing an insight into the significance of the day. Students brought the essence of different professions to life through meticulously crafted costumes representing various occupations. From doctors and engineers to farmers and firefighters, the campus was transformed into a vibrant tapestry of diverse vocations, showcasing the creativity and enthusiasm of the students. In their costumes, students displayed placards carrying slogans on rights of labour, workplace safety etc. These visual representations served as powerful reminders of the struggles faced by workers worldwide and underscored the students’ dedication to social justice and equality. Principal Dr. Hameeda Kadar delivered a message, emphasizing the importance of acknowledging and valuing the contributions of workers in shaping society. She urged students to embrace virtues of respect, empathy, and solidarity, championing fair working conditions and equal opportunities for all.

As a gesture of recognition, the Scouts team of the school extended their gratitude to the workers by presenting them with small tokens of appreciation. This act of kindness resonated deeply with the audience, exemplifying the spirit of camaraderie and compassion fostered within the school community. The assembly culminated with a solemn pledge taken by the students to uphold the rights of workers and actively contribute to building a more just and equitable society. Mr. Jency George (in charge of Campus Care Force), Mr. Rajesh K.S (In charge of Scouts and Guides), along with other faculties of the school, Mr. Ashraf A, Mr. Sreejith K, Mr. Nizamudheen, Mrs. Fency Pathrose, Mrs. Balkees, Mrs. Blessy, Ms. Jainsha, and Mrs. Asha coordinated the event.