Speech Night

 
 

What Is Speech Night?

Speech Night is a formal event given at the end of the school year in which each student delivers a 3- to 6-minute speech completely without notes to a general audience. The event may include dramatic monologues, poetry recitations and plays. The purpose of Speech Night is to


  1. 1.Learn how to write public speeches. As part of their instruction, students learn rhetorical devices to communicate more clearly and effectively.

  2. 2.Practice public speaking so that students are comfortable communicating to large assemblies. By mere practice students become more confident and assured.

  3. 3.Improve the memory. Younger students memorize quotations and poetry and often use them in their speeches for illustrations.

  4. 4.Gain the poise and confidence necessary for leadership. Students learn to control their voices and body to communicate warmth and friendliness.

  5. 4.Show parents and others a visual overview of what was studied during the year. Each year Speech Night has a certain theme which reflects what was studied during the school
    year.


Speech NIght archives


Speech Night 2007

Speech Night 2008

Speech Night 2009

Speech Night 2011

Speech Night 2012

Speech Night 2013 (Winter)

Speech Night 2013 (Spring)

Speech Night 2014

Speech Night 2016

Speech Night 2017