09/03/2020 | Holi Celebration
Holi the festival of colours is one of the most important festivals of India and is celebrated with great pomp and fervour. A day before Dhulandi, Holika is burnt. This signifies the removal of negativity and brings the colours of positivity into our lives. The dominant idea behind Holi is to spread the message of harmony.
To celebrate this festival, a special assembly was conducted by the students of grade 3, 4 and 5. Wherein a beautiful skit was performed deciphering the importance of Holi and the story of Bhakt Prahlad and Holika. A mesmerising drama along with the speech about other reasons of celebrating this festival engrossed the audience.
07/03/2020 | Grandparents Meet
With the shrinking size of families, grandparents are often missed the most by children. It is important to sensitize kids about the role of grandparents in one’s life and teach them about respecting and taking care of them in their old age. THE VITS SCHOOL lay emphasis on the emotional bonding of children with their family members and hence ‘The Grandparents Meet’ was organized to strengthen the unique bond between kids and their grandparents. The day filled with fun and frolic was appreciated by the elderlies who abundantly enjoyed with their little ones.
Students of UKG and Grade 1 presented delightful dance for their grandparents. All the grannies and grandpas participated in chair race and card making activity. They glorified the program with some pleasing bhajans, stories and songs.
The program was followed by the lunch and finally, all of them clicked selfies with their grandchildren in the garden (where the selfie corner was arranged) so that such memories can be cherished always.
Makar Sankranti Celebration
15/01/2020 | Makar Sankranti Celebration
Makar Sankranti marks the arrival of spring season and is one of the auspicious festivals celebrated in India. This day is dedicated to Lord Surya or Sun and falls in the month of January. To aware children about this festival, activities like Kite Making/ decorating and Kite Flying were organised in the school. Kite flying is traditionally observed as a part of this festival. Students enjoyed these activities along with the traditional delicacy – Til-gud (Jaggery) laddoo.
Children’s Day Celebration
14/11/2019 | Children’s Day Celebration
“ Every child is a different kind of flower; together they make this world a beautiful garden.”
Children’s Day celebrations focus on children and their enjoyment. The day is celebrated to pay tribute to our first Prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal.
THE VITS SCHOOL always strives to emerge out with something new for its students and children’s day being a day especially for them. The teachers thought of a different beat and gifted a fun.
The day started with the assembly by the teachers. Then, children had circle time with their class teachers and subject teachers. During this session they shared their feelings, love and some experiences in the class.
A playtime was also scheduled where children played some fun and traditional games like Kho-kho, ghoda badaam chhai, etc with the teachers.
The aim was to strengthen the bond among teachers and students which is considered to be of utmost importance here, in THE VITS SCHOOL.
The power-packed performances (song, skit and dance) by the teachers set the stage on fire. The students were overwhelmed with the entire effort.
24/10/2019 | Diwali Celebration "JOY OF GIVING"
“Be the change you want to see in the world”.
At THE VITS SCHOOL, we not only celebrate the festivals but feel them in their truest form. Yes, Diwali is a festival of spreading happiness and lights around you.
We did the same, with all the decorations and the festivities we celebrated JOY OF GIVING week as well. Teachers and students contributed and collected decent gifts for the house keeping staff and presented them respectfully in a thankful manner.
Principal Ma’am addressed all the Didis, Drivers and other staff members in the AV Room for the time and dedication they put in in all their day to day duties and responsibilities. Then, the students from each class escorted them towards their classroom which were beautifully decorated for giving Diwali Hampers. The students thanked them for the love and care that these community helpers shower.
The lunchtime was also made special for the staff as the students of Grade 7 and 8 served them and realised JOY OF GIVING.
In all, the School celebrated the festival in an eco-friendly and justified manner. The theme for Class decoration was ‘Best out of Waste’ and the purpose of ‘Joy OF Giving’ was to inculcate some life skills like empathy, charity, sharing and being thankful.
The purpose is not just to educate children in the premises called school but make their education a life learning process which can actually turn them in Human Beings.
05/09/2019 | Teachers’ day
We celebrate Teachers’ day every year throughout the country on 5th September. Students express their gratitude and appreciation for their teachers on this day. This day is dedicated to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – second President of India.At The VITS SCHOOL, the students had organized a lovely program from 9:30 -11:30am, which incorporated a few speeches and song dedicated to teachers.They also entertained teachers by arranging fun games for them. All the teachers were given hand made cards. Finally, the program ended with dance by the teachers and students together.We decided that, the responsibility of teaching should be taken up by the students as an appreciation and change for their teachers. So, from 11:30 onwards Students of grades 6,7 and 8 taught in all the classes and managed the children till 2:30pm.
27/08/2019 | Investiture Ceremony
Leaders are not born but are made by their experiences in life”. To inculcate the leadership qualities in students and to give them a feel of functioning of the administrative body, a school council is formed at The VITS School and the investiture ceremony held on Monday, 26th August, 2019.The Academic coordinators gave the badges and sashes to the prefects and the Principal presented the sashes and gave badges to the head girl and the head boy. The student’s council took the pledge to hold the motto of the school in high esteem.Tanvi Pateria of Grade 8 is elected as the Head Girl of the school.Ansh Sharma of Grade 8 elected as the Head Boy of the school.The following is the list of Prefects and their respective committee:
24/08/2019 | Janmasthami Celebration
In order to celebrate the birthday of Lord Krishna, a celebration was organized in The VITS School, Indore. All children, from Nursery to Grade 2, came in traditional dresses. Some boys came dressed as ‘Krishna’ and some girls came dressed as ‘Radha’. Beautiful decorations were put up to make this event more cheerful and colorful. Children danced on the tunes of Krishna. A ‘Matki Phod’ event was also organized to mark the mischievous nature of ‘Bal Gopal’.
Independence Day Celebration
15/08/2019 | Independence Day Celebration
The Independence Day has a special place in the heart of every Indian.Not only does it symbolize the celebration of 73 years of Freedom but also extends an emphatic message of the progressive future of our country.Paying tribute to our unsung heroes who made independence possible for India by laying down their lives,the celebration commenced with a patriotic song by the students. It filled the entire atmosphere with a patriotic fervor. Following this was a dance performance and speech which showcased independent India's Culture and Unity in Diversity.
Raksha bandhan Celebration
14/08/2019 | Raksha bandhan Celebration
Raksha Bandhan – an only occasion especially for brother and sister, is celebrated on 14th August with great zeal.Lot of interesting activities were organized for Grades 1 to 8.Students made beautiful Rakhis and Cards and expressed their feelings for their loved ones.The students of Grades 6, 7 and 8 poured all the creativity in Thali Decoration activity.
14/11/2018 | Children's Day
Birth day of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
01/11/2018 | Diwali Celebration
Diwali (also: Deepavali or Dipavali) is one of India's biggest festivals. The word 'Diwali' means rows of lighted lamps. It is a festival of lights and Hindus celebrate it with joy. During this festival, people light up their houses and shops with Diyas. Doubt is like darkness, Trust is like light, There is no way to destroy light by throwing darkness in to it. So come together and enjoy the festival of lights.
Garba Celebration & Raavan Dahan
01/10/2018 | Garba Celebration & Raavan Dahan
THE VITS SCHOOL celebrate the Garba Function and Raavan Dahan with great pomp and show.
01/09/2018 | Janmasthami Celebration
Birth day of Lord Krishna.
24/07/2018 | Guru Purnima