Teachers Day Speech in English for school students

Teachers Day Speech in English for school students

Teachers Day Speech

Teacher Day Speech is given on the occasion of the teachers day. With the help of speech, we thank our teachers because they always guide in our difficulty, provides an ample of knowledge & make us responsible citizen.

Teachers Day Speech by Students in English:

Honourable Chief Guest, Respected Teacher Class and my dear friends,

As we all know that we all have come here to celebrate Teachers’ Day.

Today I am going to give you a short speech on teachers day on the occasion of Teacher’s day.

 I request you to please listen to this speech of mine carefully and calmly.

Today is September and we all know that today is Teachers’ Day. We all celebrate Teachers Day on 5 September every year.

Today is the birthday of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, he was a great teacher before becoming President.

Hence his birthday is celebrated as Teachers’ Day all over the country.

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was not only the President of India but also a great teacher.

This Teacher’s Day is celebrated on Teachers Day to pay respect to the teachers of our country.

Teachers play an important role in shaping the personality of the students and brighten the future and make them an ideal citizen of the country.

Teachers love students as their children. Teachers do not discriminate among students and pay attention to all students.

Our parents send us to school to make us a good citizen of the country. However, our teachers take responsibility to make our whole future bright and successful.

Teachers impart knowledge in our life and also give direction to life. The teacher is a source of knowledge. I request every student that all students follow the advice of teachers and become a good citizen of the country.

We thanks all the teachers at the school on behalf of all the students.

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Teachers Day Speech by Teacher in English:

Best wishes to Principal, Teachers, Famous Guests and Students on Teacher’s Day.

I welcome you all on a special day of Teachers Day.

Every year on 5 September, Teachers’ Day is organized to pay special respect to teachers.

The birthday of the second President of India, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, is celebrated as the Teacher’s Day of India.

We all pay our respects to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, an Indian, by observing his birthday as Teacher’s Day.

 On this special day, I want to say a few words honouring Dr Radhakrishnanji.

He ignited his candle and illuminated his students learning to live in life.

So we celebrate Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan birthday as Teacher’s Day. I would like to say a few words in honour of the teachers on the occasion of Teacher’s Day.

Teachers Day Speech by Students in English:

My greetings to all my respected teachers and dear friends.

It is indeed an honour for me to express my views on this occasion.

As we all know, today on 5 September we all gathered here to celebrate Teachers’ Day, commemorating the birthday of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was a great teacher, the first Vice President of India and the second President of the country.

The day is celebrated all over the country by the students to thank their teachers for their incredible support and guidance.

It is needless to state that parents give birth to a child, while teachers play a major role in making that child an ideal citizen through education.

It is true that teachers are a source of knowledge and intelligence. They guide us so that we can develop our skills. Teachers help us, to discover our potential.

We cannot ignore their efforts. So I would like to say at the end of my speech that we should always respect the teachers and appreciate their hard work.

Thanks a lot.

Teachers Day Speech by Principal in English:

Respected vice Principal, teachers and Students,

Wish you all a very Happy Teacher’s Day.

On this auspicious occasion, I am sharing with you some thoughts related to my teachers.

The service spirit of teachers is unique and different from all other services.

In many other services, such as those working in offices, factories and other institutions, people are more concerned with paper, machines and other lifeless.

But teachers are concerned with children, whose minds are always jumping. Keeping the minds of children in control and imparting knowledge to them can only be done by a skilled teacher.

Parents of children studying in school have the hope from their teachers that their child comes first in class. But the mental development of all children is not the same.

Because of this many times, teachers also have to face inappropriate words spoken by parents of students. Therefore, teachers should work with tolerance and humility.

Teachers are trusted by their students the most. Every word uttered by the teacher is memorized in his mind. Therefore, teachers should always increase their knowledge.

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan whose birthday is celebrated as Teachers’ Day. He once said that a qualified teacher is the one within whom a student lives.

We expect from a teacher that whatever he says is right, pure and true.

A teacher is like a craftsman who imparts the right knowledge to his students and makes them qualified citizens. Therefore, teachers have an important role in making any country great and glorious.

By always convincing the students that they can do something, they can become something, teachers do a great job. Teachers elevate children’s behaviour with their creative ideas.

Their aim is to change the lives of their students with their thoughts and take them to higher levels.

I salute all such teachers on this auspicious occasion. Thank you!

Also read the below Short Speech on Teachers Day .

Speech on the importance of teachers:

Respected Principal, Teacher and my dear classmates

Wish you all a very Happy Teacher’s Day. Teachers are considered the pride of any country and community.

Every year we celebrate September 5 as Teacher’s Day to pay respect to these teachers.

The tradition of celebrating Teacher’s Day on 5 September started from 1962. When one of India’s most qualified teachers, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan became the second President of the country & was born on 5 September. He urged that instead of celebrating his birthday, this day should be celebrated as Teachers Day so that we can give deserving respect to the teachers of the country.

There is no doubt that the teacher in society is the only person who prepares them for the development and progress of the country by giving qualified education to the coming generation.

Teachers are responsible for creating quality in the country’s politicians, scientists, doctors, artists, farmers, traders, labourers, soldiers, engineers, etc.

Therefore, it becomes the right of every man and government of the country that teachers get qualified place in the society and their economic condition should be improved.

Probably no one else plays the role that the teacher plays in the character building of the country.

So it is our duty to wish the teachers the best and to give deserving and respect to all the teachers in the society.

Every teacher keeps on increasing their knowledge so that they can teach their students the best. He constantly strives to be a source of inspiration and direction for his students.

5th September Teachers Day is a day on which some students get the privilege of playing the role of teachers.

Wearing colourful suits, kurta pyjamas, salwar kurtas and saris, the students feel a unique experience playing the role of their teachers.

If we raise the social and economic level of the teachers, then we can expect that these students who become teachers for one day, in future, these students will increase the value and pride of the country by becoming high-level teachers.

On my behalf and like all the students of the world, with all the teachers of the world a very Happy Teachers Day 2020.

Thank you!

Speech on Teachers Day in English:

Good morning to the respected teachers and all my colleagues.

Today, on 5 September, all of us have gathered here to celebrate Teachers’ Day.

First of all, a very happy Teacher’s Day to all the teachers and teachers present here. I am grateful to all of you for giving me this opportunity to express my thoughts on this occasion.

It is celebrated every year on 5 September. On this day, the former President of the country, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born.

Dr Radhakrishnan was a scholar and a great teacher. He fulfilled his obligations as a teacher for 40 years of his life. He has contributed a lot in the field of education. In view of his dedication to education and respect for teachers, his birthday was celebrated as Teachers’ Day.

Our parents give birth to us. Teachers build our character by telling us the difference between right and wrong. Teachers make our future bright with the right guidance.

That is why it is said that teachers place themselves above our parents. Without education, we cannot even imagine our lives.

Just as our body needs food, similarly we need the education to move forward in life and achieve heights. A teacher can nobly teach all the students.

Teachers make us a better person by removing the evils within us.

We should always respect and honour our teachers for this contribution of teachers in our lives. On Teacher’s Day, I thank all the teachers.

Congratulations to all of you on Teacher’s Day once again.

Thank you.

Short Speech on Teachers Day:

Respected Principal, teachers and my friends.

We have all appeared here to celebrate Teachers’ Day. This day is also very important for students along with teachers.

On this day, we thank our teachers for giving us knowledge. Every year on 5 September, we celebrate our teachers’ day and Teachers build our future.

All the children’s are the future of our country. Teachers also play an important role in guiding the children’s to become ideal citizens.

The teacher is the lamp who fills the light of knowledge in us.

 Education takes us all our life to show knowledge and right path.

The great poet Kabirdasji has also said that if both teacher and God are in front, then we should first touch the feet of the teacher.

Because only a teacher gives us knowledge and shows the way to reach God.

Teachers provide education to all students without any discrimination. 

On this day we can tell our teachers how much their contribution and guidance is important in our life. On this day, the relationship between teachers and students becomes even stronger.

On this occasion, we students thank all the teachers for their great work. Along with this, hearty congratulations to all the teachers on Teacher’s Day.

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Conclusion for Teachers Day Speech:

These were speeches on Teacher’s Day, written in simple words for all the students of the class.

You will increase the respect of teachers by speaking any one of these speeches in your school, college and will also win a lot of applause.

Teachers’ Day is celebrated in India since the year 1962. The former Vice President of India, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan has made a huge contribution to the education sector of the country.

After he became the Vice-President, some students talked about celebrating his birthday.

Hearing this, Dr Radhakrishnan said that instead of celebrating my birthday, I would be proud if Teachers’ Day is celebrated on this day.

Since then until today, Teachers Day is celebrated every year on 05 September in our country. On this day we honour and thank all the teachers along with remembering them.

On Teachers’ Day, many entertainment programs like dance, music, speech, etc. are also organized in schools, colleges and coaching institutes.

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