If you’re feeling stuck or unsure of where to begin, this sample speech can provide a helpful framework for crafting your own unique and meaningful Thanksgiving message. Whether you’re speaking to a small group of loved ones or a larger audience, let this sample speech inspire you to express your gratitude in your own authentic way.
Today, I stand before you not just to express my vote of thanks but to take the oath that I shall do all that I can to make this academic year a memorable one. I want each and every one of you to achieve and benefit from this trust you bestowed upon me. I cannot stop thinking about how and what to do next. I request the participation of each and every child. By participation, I mean that each and every one of you will be given the opportunity to do what he or she is best at and also develop new skills.
We can share our ideas, thoughts, and suggestions and make our stay and learning at RIS a wonderful one, an experience which we share and relish in the years to come. We shall rely on our respected teachers for guidance at all times since we work as a close-knit team and look forward to all the challenges we will face this academic year.
I, along with my co-representative Aditi, the head girl, will strive to be a good role model for the younger students. We also hope that you, the students, know that if you have any problem, you can come up to us. We will be glad to help you, and we’ll do all that we can. Also, as representatives of the school, we hope that the parents view us as a representation of the student’s perspective.
And now, I hereby make a promise that I will serve this prestigious institution with wholehearted dedication, devotion, responsibility, and love. In the end, I would like to conclude with the beautiful words of Robert Frost:
“The road is long and winding,
but I must keep moving,
for I have promises to keep,
and miles to go before I rest,
and miles to go before I rest.”
Thank you for your time and encouragement. We appreciate it.
|Vote of thanks||A formal expression of gratitude for something.|
|Oath||A formal promise or pledge to do something.|
|Academic year||The period of time during which students attend school or college and receive education.|
|Benefit||To gain something useful or advantageous.|
|Participation||The act of taking part in something.|
|Opportunity||A chance to do something or to succeed.|
|Share||To give a portion of something to someone else.|
|Relish||To enjoy something greatly.|
|Guidance||Advice or information that helps someone make a decision or improve their skills.|
|Co-representative||A person who works with another person to represent a group or organization.|
|Role model||A person who is admired and seen as an example to follow.|
|Prestigious||Having a high reputation or honor.|
|Dedication||The act of giving time and energy to a particular task or purpose.|
|Devotion||Strong attachment or loyalty to someone or something.|
|Responsibility||The state or fact of being accountable for something.|