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Comparing Script for Independence Day at School

The actual birth date of our beloved country was (Insert date here) when our ancestors gave their countless sacrifices and made the history. From that day so on every year on (Independence Day date), we celebrate the Independence Day with speeches, parades and remember and salute our leaders especially (insert names of leaders) and our ancestors and their efforts and sacrifices for our beloved country.
As the birthday of our beloved country is quite near so we need to get ready for the celebration. If you’re searching for comparing script for independence day at school or college, this article can be helpful for you. With that being said, below is the anchoring script for Independence Day function.

Comparing Script for Independence Day at School

Independence Day Script

Introduction

To break the ice you can say any quote or you can also go for a poem.

Anchor 1:

Freedom should not be something you have to deserve. It’s something you just naturally have. Something that no one can take away from you. Let’s celebrate Freedom!

 Happy Independence Day

and Good morning everyone.

Anchor 2: The esteemed principle, prestigious guests, benevolent teachers, and dear school fellows, today, we all have gathered here to mark the other landmark of success by celebrating the 70th Independence Day of our beloved country (name of country here). So, I (Name of Anchor 1) and I (Name of Anchor 2) from the core of our hearts welcome you all to today’s function on the behalf of the entire school family. A really warm welcome to our chief guest (Name of the chief guest with little bio and praise), and all the guests (Name one by one and little bio and praise), respected and devoted parents and honorable trustees.

Anchor 1: “And He is with you wherever you may be”

Yes, it is time for something without which it is impossible to start. As a Muslim, we always start our functions by the name of Almighty Allah and recitation of the Holy Book. So for the recitation of the Holy Book, we would like to call (Name of the person).

Anchor 2:

Urdu Poet

Jazak Allah!

  • Baat Yeh Hawaaon Ko Bataaye Rakhna
    Jahan Roshan Hoga, Diya Jalaaye Rakhna
    Ki Hai Hifaazat Lahoo Dekar Jiski Hum Ne
    Us Watan e Azeem ko Rehti Dunya Tak Qayim Rakhna
  • Freedom is for everyone. It doesn’t see colors or shapes. We’ve had enough of hate and violence, and now we need to build our new future, full of love and understanding. Let’s raise our glasses to Independence Day!

Independence Day’s celebration is undoubtedly incomplete without the National Anthem. So for the National Anthem, we would love to invite (Name of the Student) and his group. We also need you to take part in singing our National Anthem with us.

Anchor 1: Thank you all for the participation in our National Anthem.

Anchor 1: We dance for laughter
Anchor 2:
We dance for tears
Anchor 1: We dance for madness
Anchor 2:
We dance for fear
Anchor 1: We dance for hopes
Anchor 2:
We dance for screams
Anchor 1: We are the dancers
Anchor 2:
We create dreams

Anchor 1: Yes, it is time to welcome you all! So, let’s gear up for a beautiful start of the show and call our little fairies.

(After the welcome performance)

Anchor 2: Wow! So once again, put your hands together to appreciate the sweet little fairies.

We all are so different, but there is one thing that unites us and it’s independence. We should honor it and never forget how hard it was to get it. Enjoy this beautiful Independence Day!

Anchor 1: Once again, on the behalf of our respected principal and benevolent teachers, we welcome our chief guest (insert the Name),  all the guests (Names), respected parents and everybody else and thanks a lot to you all for joining us and giving a chance to us to be grateful to you.

Anchor 2:

  • Aqaabi Rooh Bedar Hoti Hai Jab Jawano Mein
    Nazar Aati Hai Usko Apni Manzil Aasmano Mein

_Allama Muhammad Iqbal

Anchor 1: For the Independence Day speech, put your hands together for (Name of the Speaker).

(After the Speech)

Anchor 2: (A line from the speaker’s speech)! He was (Name of the Speaker). A round of applause for him to appreciate him, please.

Anchor 1: I don’t feel pressure in a negative way. I like the pressure. I feel excitement and calm at the same time. No pressure, No diamonds. I want pressure: pressure creates drama, creates emotion.
Put your hands together to welcome our students for a small drama.

(After the drama)

Anchor 2: (You can poke some formal jokes related to the previous drama) Once again clap for our drama performers! Or

Welcome back, let’s have a change, let’s come back to reality, let’s come back to the theater of Life…, actually, life itself is a drama and we all are artists performing our characters assigned to us by Almighty God.

My love for my nation is worthiness. My love for my people is endless. All I desire for my country is happiness. Let me be the first person to wish you a special happy Independence Day!

NOTE: Now, the rest of the program is up to your plans and preparation. You can include dramas, tableau, some more speeches by students on the topic of Independence day or any other topic and speeches by your principal and guests or anything else you have prepared for this day.

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Conclusion

Anchor: Now, it is time to be the witness of such a great day and end today’s auspicious program based on the celebration of our Independence.

My love for my nation is worthiness. My love for my people is endless. All I desire for my country is happiness. Let me be the first person to wish you a special happy Independence Day!

We hope you all enjoyed and thanks to each and every individual for joining us and making this day one of our best days.

The comparing script for independence day at school is written just to give you a clue of the independence day celebration. You can edit and write the scripts according to the contents of your program. In addition, if you need more scripts for any kind of function, you can comment it in the comment section below.

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3 comments

fatymah jahan October 27, 2017 at 2:06 am

good job , keep working and supporting .

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BISMO October 27, 2017 at 6:51 am

Thank you dear Fatymah, hope it was useful.

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Amna khan August 10, 2018 at 2:17 pm

Good work sir… this is so helpful for me…☺☺☺☺

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