The IX E class presented a meaningful and well executed assembly highlighting children’s ability to act as agents of change. The assembly focussed on the life of Craig Kielburger, a child rights activist who was just in the Seventh grade when he was inspired to become an advocate to fight for the rights of children. Craig in turn was inspired by Iqbal Masih a Pakistani child who was a child rights activist at the age of twelve. He was shot dead because of his influence over the 3000 Pakistani children who escaped from their torturers with Iqbal’s help. This assembly strongly brought out a thought that even as children, they can bring about a positive change by doing ordinary things extraordinarily.