10 Examples of Report Writing


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Report Writing 10 Examples based on previous question papers

Q1. MMD School, Nashik, recently organised a science symposium on the topic: ‘Effect of pollution on quality of life’. You are Amit/Amita Raazdan, editor of the school magazine. Write a report on the event for your school magazine. (120 – 150 words) (SOURCE- CBSE 2018)


Report on Science Symposium held at MMD School, Nashik

-By Amit/ Amita Raazdan, Editor of the school magazine

A symposium was organised on 1 March 2022 in the school on the topic “Effect of Pollution on Quality of Life”. All the science students were a part of the elucidative programme.

The event stared with the felicitation of the guest speakers. Thereafter, the participants were espoused by Sh. Suraj Prakash. He acquainted them with the objectives and goals of the workshop. The resource person Dr. Hari Om Gupta reflected his profound knowledge on the topic and highlighted how important it is to curb the menace of pollution.
An exalting demonstration of effects of pollution on our lives galvanized the engrossed participants. After the lunch break Dr. K.K. Arora, Resource Person, exhibited the possible steps that can be undertaken at the personal level to reduce pollution. It was followed by another session on the basic concept behind pollution reduction which triggered the young minds into thinking innovative ways.

An interactive concourse ignited the inquisitiveness of participants. They have committed themselves completely to bring about a change in the situation. The informative workshop culminated with a vote of thanks proposed by the head of the science department.


Q2. You are Karan/ Kirti of L.M. Memorial Public School, Dwarka. Your school has adopted a village as a social responsibility. Students are being taken to teach the children of that village on a regular basis. Write a report, for your school magazine, on the various other programmes organized there in 120 – 150 words.

(SOURCE- CBSE Sample Question Paper 2018-19)


Village Adoption- A Step Towards Being Socially Responsible

-By Karan/ Kriti

On the occasion of World Literacy Day, L.M. Memorial Public School, Dwarka has taken an oath to embrace the village named Rajpur.

The school has taken the responsibility of educating the people residing in the village. Selected students from each standard are taken there every weekend, during school hours to impart knowledge. The first 6 month motive is to make each and every person capable of reading and writing. Free books and stationery is being provided for quality education. Children are given time to spend with each other, play games and interact. Apart from the educational needs, special care is devoted to hygiene and sanitation. Girls are being given awareness on the importance of menstrual hygiene as well. Various talent hunts have been organised which left everyone overawed. The immense enthusiasm and zeal in the people to learn is the main driving factor.

A family kind of environment is being created. The school treats the people of the village as its own students and is unbiased. By adopting a village, the school is making its students sensitive towards the needs of the environment at a young age. It is committed towards raising the leaders of tomorrow.

Q3. Cultural Society Sunshine Public School, Nellore organised an adult literacy camp in its neighbourhood. Write a report in 120 – 150 words on the camp for your school newsletter. You are P.V. Sunitha, Secretary. Use the following clues: no. of volunteers – hours spent in teaching – location of the class – chairs, blackboards – no. of people attending the camp – benefit.



Adult Literacy Camp

-By P. V. Sunitha, Secretary

An adult literacy camp was organised by Cultural Society Sunshine Public School, Nellore in the school neighbourhood yesterday extending educational options to those adults, who have lost the opportunity and have crossed the age of formal education. The activities of the camp were carried out by the cultural society of the school and there were a total of 25 volunteers.

The camp began with the welcome speech for the chief guest, Mrs. Kavita Naik, a renowned social worker. 400 people were a part of the camp. They were divided into different groups in accordance with their competencies. They were taught the basics for being able to read and write. Free books and stationery is being provided for quality education. All the arrangements including desks and blackboard were done in advance. Apart from the educational needs, special care was devoted to hygiene and sanitation. They were taught basics of cleanliness like types of wastes and their management. Refreshments were also provided to the participants. The immense enthusiasm and zeal in the people to learn iwas the main driving factor.

The chief guest distributed the certificates of participation among the volunteers. The camp ended on a positive note. There was an atmosphere of learning and growing together.

Q4. You are Sandhya/ Sohan an active member of the Animal Lovers Club which works for the welfare of animals by preventing cruelty to them. Recently you visited Mahatma Gandhi Animal Care Home. You were pleasantly surprised to see the good treatment given to the animals. Write a report in 120 – 150 words on your visit.

You may use the following points: injured dogs and cats – abandoned pets – very old animals – all very well cared for – well-equipped medical room – veterinary surgeon – green surroundings.

(SOURCE- CBSE 2018 compartment)


Visit to Mahatma Gandhi Animal Care Home


Animal Lovers Club was recently invited by the Mahatma Gandhi Animal Care Home for a visit where an opportunity to oversee the working of the organisation was given.

It is a home to abandoned pets, rescued animals and the ones injured on the streets. There were many old animals as well. It was astounding to see the quality of care the animals are being given. They have a family-like environment for them. This helps them to heal faster and stay happy. The animal home has all the facilities ranging from well- equipped medical room to a veterinary surgeon. Regular check-ups of those unwell by a team of veterinary specialists are carried out. The surroundings are animal-friendly as well. They are not being ruthlessly kept in cages. They have green surroundings with enough space for them to play and nurture.

Mahatma Gandhi Animal Care Home is doing a mind-blowing job by understanding and fulfilling the needs of those who can’t speak for themselves. The experience was an overwhelming one.


Q5. Independence Day was celebrated in your school. District Magistrate, Ms. Indu Bala Sharma was the Chief Guest. Write a report on the function in 120 – 150 words describing all the activities that took place. You are Head boy/Head girl.



Independence day celebrations

-By Head girl / head boy

GD Goenka School celebrated the Independence Day with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour. On the morning of August 14, 2021, our students presented hand-made greeting cards and tri-colour flag badges to the senior management functionaries of the school.

The cultural programme at school commenced with everyone singing ‘Vande Mataram’ followed by flag hoisting by the chief guest, Ms. Indu Bala Sharma, the District Magistrate. The spirit of freedom and nationalism was well exhibited by the students as well as the teachers through a spectrum of patriotic poems, speeches, quiz on freedom fighter, songs and dance. Committed to the task of nation building, both faculty and student teachers pledged to serve their motherland through spreading education and serving the community. A presentation on the historical evolution of the national flag of India was shown. A documentary on the contribution of unsung heroes of Indian freedom struggle like Tirupur Kumaran, Kamla Devi Chattopadhayay and Khudiram Bose enlightened the audience. A few of them spoke on the history and significance of the Independence Day and shed light on the special highlight of celebrations this year

It ended with a speech by the principal on the topic, “What does freedom mean to me?” The celebration concluded with the inspiring words of the principal madam, followed by the National Anthem and the distribution of refreshments.

Q6. On the occasion of Diwali, classes 6th to 10th organised a school function in the auditorium. As the head boy/girl of your school, write a report on the function for your newsletter, covering the dance, choir, play, poetry performances and other things displayed in the function in 120-150 words.

Diwali Celebration 2023-24

– Head Girl/Boy

On the occasion of Diwali, the students of classes 6th to 10th conducted a function for the students, teachers and workers of the school on 24th October from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

To celebrate Diwali, the function started off by praying to Lord Rama, and a lighting ceremony. The Principal, Director, Vice-Principal and the Head Boy and Girl were invited to light the diya together. During the lighting ceremony, the school choir sang several aartis, which gave the ceremony a spiritual touch. Then, with a short speech on Diwali, the students put on a play showing the history of Diwali and the victory of good over the bad. The play closed with dance performances on a medley of popular Bollywood Diwali Songs. The function closed with students having a poetry performance on the topic ‘The Joy of Eco-friendly Diwali’ and the Principal’s speech and blessings for a fun holiday.

The students put up brilliant performances, displaying their jovial spirit and excitement for the festival. They casted a spell of festive spirit, spreading energy among the student body, as they clapped their hands and cheered for a happy and green Diwali.

Q7. On the occasion of Children’s Day, the school organised a cultural trip to France for classes 10th to 12th. As the head of Heritage and Tourism Club, write a report on the same for the newsletter in 120-150 words using the following cues:
Five day trip – visited monuments – engaged in educational and fun conversations – souvenirs – exposure to food, fashion and culture of France – great experience for students

Five Days In France
-By The Head of The Heritage and Tourism Club

On the occasion of Children’s Day, our beloved Principal organised a five-day cultural trip to France for the students of classes 10th to 12th from 13th November to 17th November.

We landed in Paris on the 13th and proceeded to check-in to our hotels and have lunch. We then walked to the location of the Eiffel Tower. On the way, the students asked for directions and purchased items from stores which required use of French language. Through some French citizens who were skilled in the English language as well, the students learned new words and phrases. Upon reaching the Eiffel Tower, the French teachers discussed the history of the famous monument and we had dinner in the restaurant inside the Eiffel Tower. On the rest of the trip, we explored different monuments and their history, visited apparel shops, tasted the famous cheeses, and learnt the role of France in the world wars and French Revolution. On the last day of the trip, the students bought souvenirs for their families and friends and we packed our bags and took the aeroplane back to our home sweet home.

The cultural trip was an enriching experience for the students. Not only did they learn about France but they were surrounded by its culture in real-life, giving them information which they can never forget. They also experienced how the currency of France works, and they got a first hand experience of travelling in an aeroplane and dealing with other people, making them ready for the challenges in the real-world.

Q8. The school organised a ‘School Exhibition’ event. As the Head Boy/Girl, write a report in 120-150 words using the following cues:
Classes 6th to 10th – invited parents and students of other schools – different topic to each class – quizzes, displays, games, tests – informative and fun

School Exhibition
-By Head Boy/Girl

On 24th November, the students of classes 6th to 10th held an exhibition in the school from 9 a.m to 12 p.m. Each class was assigned different subjects/topics and were required to present facts and ideas in a creative way.

Class 6th was given the subject ‘Social Science’ in which 6th A was assigned Economics, 6th B was assigned Geography and 6th C was assigned Political Science. 6th A conducted a Bake-And-Sale, where they explained the cost of production and how bakeries start off as a small company. At the end of the display, the attendees could buy a muffin or a cupcake of their choice. Class 6th B conducted a session on Disaster Management, where the students explained how natural disasters occur and what one should do when experiencing a disaster. They also put colourful charts on their boards, displaying different weather phenomena like the water cycle, el nino, tides, and eclipses.

Class 7th was given the category ‘Theatre’ in which 7th A was assigned Music, 7th B was assigned Dance, and 7th C was assigned Drama. 7th A played classical music (both Western and Indian) to create a rhythmic ambience. They told the attendees about different musicians and how music and soundtracks play a major role in movies, shows and theatre. They also put up a choir performance, tickets for which were given in the first half of the exhibition in exchange of money. 7th B showed different forms of dance along with actual demonstration. Class 7th C showed the history of cinema and how acting progressed from the origin to different eras and to the present era. They presented the importance of lighting, props and makeup.

Class 8th was given the subject ‘Languages’ in which Class 8th A was given Hindi, 8th B was assigned English and French and 8th C was assigned Punjabi. Class 8th A displayed the development of Hindi language and the difference of how it was used in the past and how it is used today. They gave names of critical Hindi writers and poets and how their work marked their name in the list of notable literature writers. They set up an atmosphere which brought out the beauty of the language. The students were dressed up in sarees. 8th B displayed a French atmosphere, where they told the importance of using a foreign language on a daily basis in order to be skilled at it in lesser time. They engaged the attendees in conversations using French and both American and British slang. They also looked at how English was accepted as a ‘Universal Language’ and why French is known as ‘the most romantic language’. They had adorned western attire, while some students had adorned the dress worn by mimes (hence showing the mime culture of France). 8th C displayed the culture of Punjab while showing a funny skit in Punjabi. The students were dressed up in suits and salwars. They performed Bhangra with popular Punjabi music.

Class 9th was given the subject ‘Science’ in which 9th A was assigned Biology, 9th B was assigned Chemistry and 9th C was assigned Physics. 9th A showed models of anatomy, a calliper, models of frogs and why dissection is banned. They even held a quiz on medicinal plants, and they gave out chocolate as a prize upon guessing almost all the plants. They showed a herbarium and how they could be used in different dishes and how they enhance our health and immunity. They also showed a handmade model displaying purification of water. 9th B showed different experiments, explaining acids, bases and salts through actual demonstrations. They also conducted a test, in which they poured an indicator in a solution and asked if the solution was acid or a base. 9th C built robots, computer-powered toy cars, and explained Laws of Newton through demonstrations.

Class 10th A was assigned the subject ‘Mathematics’ in which they explained how the Fibonacci number or the Golden Ratio of Beauty can be found in each and every aspect of nature, Pythagoras and other theorems through models, and taught the attendees different mathematical tricks, and 10th B was assigned ‘Arts’ in which they showed how one can recycle paper at home, and engaged the attendees in painting, bookmark and coster making.

The attendees included the parents, teachers, Principal, Vice-principal, Director and the teachers and students of Vigyan High School and First Step Public School. The students got first-hand experience of sharing thoughts and ideas in an innovative way and how to present their views in front of an audience. The exhibition was not only informative for both the students and the attendees but also a fun and memorable experience.

Q9. Your school in association with the State Government, Happy Sunshine Public School, and Government Model School organised a Book Fair. As the Head Boy/Girl, write a report for your school newsletter in 120-150 words with the help of the following cues:
World Book Day – books of all genres for all age groups – discount on books – bookmarks and eco-friendly bags made by students

Celebrating the World Book Day
-By Head Boy/Girl

On the occasion of World Book Day, our school, in association with the State Government, Happy Sunshine Public School, and Government Model School, organised a Book Fair from 22nd April to 25th April.

The book fair, which was set up in the new library of our school, offered books from all genres for all age groups. The books ranged from comics to fantasy novels, from autobiographies to classics, from primers to colouring books. The buyers received a 10 percent discount on each book, while books for the 3+ age group received 20 percent off. The fair offered a free bookmark in each purchase, and the customer could buy more at the cost of 50 rupees each. These bookmarks were handmade by students and some were made by the 3D printer offered by the Happy Sunshine Public School. The Government Model School contributed with its handmade carry bags, which sparked the creativity of its students.

On 23rd April, we were honoured by the presence of the Chief Minister of the state and the Head of the Minister of School Department. It was a fun and enriching experience for all the students.

Q10. The school’s NSS team organised a Community Service programme on the occasion of Mother Teresa Day. As the Head Boy/Girl, write a report for your school newsletter in 120-150 words with the help of the following cues:
Date and timings – provision of food – covered 5 sectors on foot – gratitude of the beggars and street families

Community Service By NSS
-By Head Boy/Girl

On the occasion of Mother Teresa Day, the NSS team conducted its Annual Community Service programme on the 5th of September during the school hours.

This year, we took 5 sectors with the objective of providing food to beggars and street families. Since we went on foot, we sought to look after the nearby sectors of our school. Each one in the team carried a big lunchbox, each filled with warm rotis and pickles. We carried ample food, as we did not want a single homeless man to get left out due to insufficient supplies. The team was divided in five – four providing the lunch while the fifth filmed their journey and recorded the grateful smiles of the needy. Some of the beggars were even asked to express their feelings verbally, which they did gladly.

The NSS team along with the NSS Cabinet is thankful for this opportunity and they cannot wait to participate in the future activities.


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