Farewell Party Speech format by Seniors to Juniors in School
[It is a sample Farewell Party Speech format by Seniors to Juniors in School. These seniors farewell speech can be given by the juniors to their seniors whenever they left the school after completing the study. You can make any change to the below application as per your needs.]
Good Morning/Evening to all (Say your greetings),
Honorable principal, respected teachers, and my dear fellows, I am (Your name) here from (grade/class name). I being the (Proctor/on behalf of students) of our class have given the responsibility to say the last words on behalf of our batch to our school. (Describe in your words).
School! A place where all have to come, getting back to childhood I never knew where I am going. Being in reception classes it was the worst thing for me as I have to leave my home and mum for some time. This school has been my second home, and it’s really hard to talk about the journey of 10 years (More/less), full of memories in a short speech. (Explain all about the situation). It is surely the best period in the life of anyone. The golden era, and best time span where a lot of memories are built, and experiences are gained. And this golden period of my life came to its sudden end on the (day), which is my last day at school. (Explain your feelings).
Today, when all of us are here and it is the moment when we have to say goodbye to this school, our teachers & to each other, it finally dawns upon me what a big piece of my life I’m leaving behind. It is such a moment of happiness we will move a step ahead in our journey but the part of life which we spent here is unforgettable. (Explain your expectation regarding farewell). During this tenure, we laughed, we cried. Got happy, and sad. My class-fellows, guys are some of the most amazing people I know and I’m going to miss you all.
What we are today, all are the efforts of our worthy teachers. Always ready to help, academics or otherwise, you are an integral part of me and I thank you for being there when I needed you. (Explain your expectation regarding today’s program). The building of school means a lot to me, and I’m sure I can never forget it. It saddens me now that I realize I will never be coming back here again.
Thank you so much for giving us such a lovely farewell which we come in front of our eyes whenever we will think about our last day. I want to say my last line which is not scripted ‘Keep in touch my dear ones’. (Cordially describe your wish and greetings).
All the best everyone! Thank you.