Student Council 2019-20

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VKE Student Council 2019 – 2020

On 1st October 2019, the long-awaited oath taking ceremony of the Student Council took place at Victorious Kidss Educares. The Student Council is a body that works in close coordination with teachers, parents and the management for the welfare of the school community. The event was attended by Sir Robbin Ghosh (President VKE), Mrs. Saarada Ghosh (Principal), MYP and DP programme heads, teachers and students. The preparations for the programme had begun well in advance and several students had nominated themselves for various posts related to Student Welfare, Sports, Academics, Co-curricular Activities, Event Management and the overall management. Read More

Well of Hope

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VKE contributes towards making India Plastic free Nation

“This is our small act of love for our planet”

PM Modi urged people to kick start a new revolution against plastic from October 2nd, which would be the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, and make India a plastic free nation. Victorious Kidss Educares, an IB World School installed on 27th September, 2019, the “Well of Hope”, which is the brainchild of the collaborative efforts of PYP 4 and PYP 5 students. Our compassionate and active students were deeply disturbed by the growing threats of plastic to the planet, and other living beings. While exploring the transdisciplinary theme, “Sharing the planet”, the students interacted with environmental activists, Mr. Vinod Bodhankar from Sagar Nitra Organisation. Read More

If you want something, Give it first

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Always an Eye for Social Welfare

on every Foundation Day

Our President follows the golden rule “If you want to get something, give it first”. Remembering this ancient message of Vedanta, our school and the entire team, propagates love, faith and beliefs, in the never to be forgotten philosophy of ‘giving back to the Community’. President Sir and Principal Ma’am are always joining hands with their team to contribute towards the welfare of the community.  “Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love. And these small things, become great, one day” Read More

Why is it amazing to be an Underdog? – By Arjun Raj

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Why is it Amazing to be an Underdog? ~ By Arjun Raj

Our champion, Arjun Raj from PYP 5D, has very thoughtfully penned down a blog article. Let us read and find out why he thinks it’s amazing to be an underdog?

“Underdogs rejoice – why is it amazing to be an underdog? So first let me tell you what an underdog is. An underdog is when people expect you to lose, you can say it’s underestimating your capability. So, let me give you 3 reasons why it’s amazing to be an underdog. People expect you to lose but you tell them that “I will not give up”. The crowd sees that the opponent is stronger than you. So, keep them thinking that way. Let them keep cheering for your opponent, after a while they see the real you. Then you tell them “Surprised!! I am better than you think I am”. Read More

Empowering Women at VKE

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Victorious Kidss Educares Empowering Women

Professional Development of Employees

Since the inception of our school, Victorious Kidss Educares have always worked to uplift the learning standards of not just children and teachers, but also the support staff members. We stand proud today, to have support staff members, who have been with us, from the beginning of the school. The journey to keep them trained is always on.
Being gifted is primarily a product of the environment. And by the definition, given by neurosurgeon Dr Neil Harvey, the Institute for the achievement of Human Potential, the level of Intelligence could be enhanced for every human child?

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Craig Jenkins – The Storyteller at VKE

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Craig Jenkins – The Storyteller at VKE

World-renowned storyteller, Craig Jenkins is an amazing, dynamic and charismatic storyteller and we have experienced it ourselves in Victorious Kidss Educares school on 21st and 22nd August 2019. International Guest speakers offer students real-world life experiences, which imbibes a global perspective amongst the children, which is imperative for an International School.
Craig Jenkins has over ten years’ experience of performing and running storytelling workshops across the world. He has shared his wonderful stories in 13 countries so far because he is so fresh, so energetic, so contemporary, full of life, emotions and fun. His style of performance is one of a kind and loved by all age groups equally. The group, comprising of parents and teachers, were spellbound and awed by the smoothness, with which he glided from techniques to contents to concepts and then back again to contents of the story. He explained the ‘magic’ of storytelling and the theory behind the magic. Read More

VKE and Vanitashray – An Association

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VKE and Vanitashray – A Social Drive Towards a Much-Neglected Area ~ Girl Children

Vanitashray is non-sectarian, non-political and non-profit organization that provides crucial support to abandoned, exploited and marginalized girl children in India. Victorious Kidss Educares, an IB World School has been a part of this beautiful association for over a decade now. Ms. Anupama Silas Dongardive, who is the Founder and Director of Vanitashray, has beautifully penned down her thoughts about what it means to her to have the extended support and care of our VKE family. Read More

IB MYP Topper – Anoushka Shetty

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The Topper scoring 55/56 in the MYP 5 (10th Grade) Result

“I began today absolutely terrified. Last evening, I had found out that the MYP-5 results are out. After frantic messaging and emailing, as well as lots of prayers, I came to school with my legs shaking and my heart racing. I knew I did well, but I was still unsure. Maybe my formula was wrong in the math paper, or maybe I didn’t spend enough time writing my English Analysis. These uncertainties ate me up for the rest of the day until I got my results. I was no longer sure of my work. The only thing that I was 100% conscious of, was my efforts. The exams and the E-Portfolios that I submitted was a culmination of my learning from the past 5 years. I spent countless hours learning & revising, diving into the deep content that the MYP offers. I knew that the number out of 56 does not define my character, but the time, dedication and constant effort is what makes me who I am. Read More

Content-Based Education vs Conceptual Learning

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What do you want for your child?
A Content-Based Education or Conceptual Learning?

“Education is the manifestation of perfection already exists in men” that is what Swami Vivekananda is referring to all of us as the search begin, for the teachers and management of schools to discover, what are those characteristics of ‘perfection’? Swamiji expected us to search and establish, implant the mindfulness firmly in the consciousness, attentiveness in the heart of teachers to guide our future generation.
Which learning or education should be taken up for your child to prepare them for the future? Should it be a content-based education which fulfils our merit or should it be the conceptual learning like the IB curriculum offers us that imparts a real understanding?  What is Education and how one shall acquire this in the competitive world like today; where everyone is searching for the real solution as how to be the race to become better and the best. But in the chase of life and asking for a lot from it, somewhere we are completely missing out the real values of education and learning to develop our individual perception of acquiring knowledge. Read More