Speech: Classroom and Beloved Principal Sir/madam
Hello and a very good evening to our beloved principal sir/madam, teachers and my dear friends. Today I stand here to bid a formal goodbye to all of you. When I joined this school many years back (you may mention the correct number of years in here for your speech), I was filled with lots of doubts and of course was scared a bit.
But slowly with time we all got glued so strongly that even ‘fevicol’ started feeling jealous.
I still remember our small mischief in the class room, teasing each other, laughing out loud on a silly joke, reading a novel in maths class, eating other’s lunch boxes before break, fighting on petty issues, competitions on stages, crying over each other’s shoulders, and lot more which is hidden in deep in my heart and of everyone’s around here. These memories are just too valuable. These walls of our classroom have known so many great moments of our friendship and fight; these walls are like our second home.
I used to hate holidays of more than 3 days as it always meant being away from my friends which was too unbearable and now we stand on the turning point of our life when we have to move on our different paths. God only knows if ever we would be able to meet each other later in our life or not. I am also grateful to Facebook, twitter, email and Google plus for uniting us in our friendship chain even when we leave this school. I have made countless memories that I will treasure forever.
I take this farewell speech as an opportunity to thank my teachers who provided direction to our knowledge and shape to our future. I know, we’re one of the naughtiest classes in the whole school but we love you all and would never forget the lessons of books as well as of life that you have taught us. Thank you everyone for making this moment a very special for all of us. I will always cherish this moment. All the very best for your future. I hope that all of you will get great success in your future. Thank you.