CHILDREN’S DAY SPEECH IN ENGLISH
Here is children’s day speech in English for students and teachers. Both speeches are based on the importance of children’s. Pdf files are also available to download these speeches. Thank you.
SPEECH – 1 (by the teacher)
Good morning to all my lovely students. At first a very very happy Children’s day to all of you and lots of good wishes. I heartily welcome you all to this Children’s day celebration. I am feeling very glad and special today being standing here near all of you, who are the future youths of our country and to have some talk about the day with you.
So, today we all have gathered here to celebrate children’s day. This is a national event. The day represents the children who are the future youth of our country. The day is to realize you all your contribution to this country as a good and responsible citizen of India. As we are celebrating here in our school likewise it is celebrated all over India. The day keeps much importance for our country because the day is of the future youths of India. The main ambition of celebrating this festival is to realize your duty for being a good citizen of India. Through the celebration of this children’s day, you go through the speeches on the condition of our country, why our country is needed responsible citizen and the right meaning of a good Indian citizen. And finally, you realize your duty being a good Indian citizen. So this is necessary to celebrate this day every year with great pomp and show.
Now let’s go to its history about why 14th November is celebrated as a children’s day and how it started? So 14th November is celebrated as a children’s day on the auspicious occasion of birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru. He was also known as Pandit Nehru. Jawaharlal Nehru was born on 14 November 1889 in Allahabad in British India. He belongs from a middle-class family of a village of Allahabad. Nehru completed his graduation from Trinity College, Cambridge in October 1907. After completing his degree in 1910, Nehru moved to London and studied law. After returning to India in August 1912, Nehru enrolled himself as an advocate of the Allahabad High Court. Later he became the 1st prime minister of this free India in 1947. He went on 27th May 1964. We are celebrating this day since 1964. It is the (nth) children’s day celebration. The reason behind celebrating his birth anniversary as a children’s day is that he was very fond of children. He used to love all the children very much. Children love to call him Chacha Nehru. So, after he went on to pay him tribute his birth anniversary started celebrating as children’s day and he came to known as national chacha.
This was a short intro about his life and children’s day. Being an Indian we all have the responsibility to encourage this kind of celebration so that their memory never dies inside us. At last, I bless you all to work hard and to be a good and responsible citizen of India. May all you achieve your all dreams quickly. And make this country as a powerful country in the world.
Thank you all my lovely students for your attention on my words. Love you all.
SPEECH – 2 (by the student)
Good morning to my respected teacher’s, friend’s, brothers and sisters. First of all a warm wishes of children’s day to all. The day is special and memorable because the day is for us. I feel very proud to be standing here at this special moment. I would like to heartily thank all for giving me a chance to speak on this auspicious occasion. Today in this bright morning, we are celebrating (nth) children’s day on the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. We all know him as a Chacha Nehru.
He was born on 14th November 1889 in Allahabad in British India. He belongs from a middle-class family of a village of Allahabad. Nehru completed his graduation from Trinity College, Cambridge in October 1907. After completing his degree in 1910, Nehru moved to London and studied law. After returning to India in August 1912, Nehru enrolled himself as an advocate of the Allahabad High Court. Later he became the first prime minister of this independent India in 1947. Nehru was fond of children. Being the first prime minister he took several steps for the development of India. His primary focus was on education. The government established several reputed schools, colleges across India. Nehru used to believe that education is the only way to kill all problems.
He supported the youth of our country. Nehru’s dream was to give modern education to Indian children. He used to strongly believe that, If we need a developed India then we have to educate and empower the youth of India. Out of the political scenario he used to love children very much. He was seen while taking care of and loving children’s at different school meetups. This is why children’s love him very much and calls him Chacha Nehru. After his death on 27th may 1964 to give him tribute we started celebrating Children’s day on the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It is celebrated all over India with great pomp and show. The day makes us feel happy, proud and responsible towards our country. The day gives us recognition as an Indian future youth. The youth who have the power to control the whole country and the world. We celebrate this day to remember the great soul and to remind the responsibilities of being the future youth of this country. The celebration also aware people to take care of children. Child labour, child harassment like illegal works can be stopped. It ensures that the adults provide a happy and pure childhood to all the children.
At last, I promise to stand as a responsible citizen of our country and to help in the development of the nation. We all will stand together opposing child labour and the unethical behaviour towards the children. I wish for the great success of the celebration. I wish to god may his soul rest in peace for whose we all could gather today. Thank you.