Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim
Your Excelencies, the Adjudicators
Your Excelencies, the committee
Your Excelencies, the participants of English Speech Contest
Ladies and Gentlemen
Assalamu alaikum Wr.Wb.
First of all, I would like to say that the very first gratefulness is delivered to The Almighty, Allah SWT: The Greatest Creator to His everlasting and mercy; therefore, I can stand here to deliver my speech.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
We often heard many slogans which recommend us to keep environment clean in some places, especially in school.
However, we sometimes forgot it. We thought that it is like a joke without any importance and advantages. As far as we know that the slogan is very important for us to make us always keep our school cleanliness; but the fact that there are so many students who still throw rubbish around although they have known there is a dustbin.
Of course, we dont want our school to be dirty and full of rubbish. For the sake of making our surroundings clean and healthy, we need to do some ways to avoid and solve the problems. They are:
Teachers should give examples to always throw the rubbish in the bin.
Teachers should warn and advise students who throw the rubbish around especially when the students are eating and drinking in the classroom.
School should have rules relating to this cleanliness.
School should have threat of punishment for whoever throws the rubbish around.
Students should remember and apply all rules so that they are afraid of the punishment given when they throw the rubbish around.
All of us, especially the students in the school, should always remember that the rules are not to be broken but to be comply with. Through these ways, the cleanliness in the school is not only a myth but a real fact which makes the process of learning and teaching in the classroom to be comfortable for everyone.
Last but not least, I hope that this speech is useful for all of us so that our school can be the best school in our country. Thanks for your nice attentions.
Wassalamu’alaikum Warohmatullahi Wabarokatuh