If we want to create great kids, we have to look at their Brain

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“If we want to create great kids, we have to look at their Brain”

It is easy and joyful to teach 12 months old to read or to do mathematics, better than we can. It is easy and joyful to teach a two-and-a-half-year-old encyclopedic data, even if we cannot. India has always, in the Vedic Science’ proud of producing great intellectuals. We are very proud of our babies, when they show great quality in doing great things, isn’t it? “If we want to create great kids, we have to look at their “Brain and associated mindful activities. Afterall, they do not read with their kidney or stomach. Our attention should equally go towards involving our born brilliant children, towards keeping their giftedness.  Read More

Virtual Learning – The New Magic for Students

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Virtual Learning – The New Magic for Students

Covid-19 has created a tormenting atmosphere all over the world. The education sector is one of the most affected sectors these days. The International Baccalaureate (IB) offers four high-quality and challenging educational programs for a worldwide community of schools, aiming to create a better, more peaceful world. Considering the current scenario, the IB has come up with some specific guidelines on how to tackle this situation.  Read More

VKE – A Model IB School ~ Parents Reflect

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VKE – A Model IB School ~ Parents Reflect

After reading the TOI newspaper coverage on January 20, 2020, you would be wondering what is so special in Victorious Kidss Educares that makes it a model IB school. It can only be felt when you meet our budding talents, our champion children. But we are not saying anything; it is their parents talking about their children, their character. A few mothers expressing their thoughts, in their own words….

Bhavika and Samaira with their Teachers(Samaira and Bhavika with their Teachers)

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Model United Nations (MUN) 2020

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Towards an Awakened India

Model United Nations (MUN) 2020

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‘Unearthing Reality’

The Next Chapter: PWS MUN 2020: On the morning of 18th January 2020, an entirely different pedagogics and ambience was created by the teenagers of Victorious Kidss Educares, at Kharadi, Pune. These were students from, an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School with its philosophy of teaching and learning coupled with Vedanta. In a pursuit to dive down deeper and deeper in the search of truth, the whole atmosphere oozed of passion, zeal and enthusiasm as over 80 delegates from over 12 schools looked forward to deliberate, discuss, dispute and debate over threatening, significant and portentous problems that the world faces today. Read More

Paradigm Shift in the Education System

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Paradigm Shift in the Education System

Education systems are undergoing a great paradigm shift. Teaching and Learning is also evolving to cope up with the changes. There is a massive teaching and learning pedagogical revolution, which needs to be understood, teachers professionally trained and school management to implement the concepts in the hearts of the children. And why not? While everything around is changing, then why not Education? Read More

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

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

Collaborative Planning with Parents

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Collaborative Planning with Parents

Where there is teamwork and collaboration,
Wonderful things can be achieved.

A new initiative by the Primary Years Programme and Early Years Programme was undertaken where we invited parents to participate in the unit planning process in order to build parent agency and strengthen the learning community. Parents joined us and gave us their ideas regarding what learning engagements we can take with the students. They also came up with suggestions about field trips and volunteered to search for relevant guest lecturers regarding the next topic.

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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