Excellent ISC & ICSE Results 2019

Congratulations to all the families of Vidyatree Modern for the excellent ICSE and ISC results. This is a proud moment for the entire Vidyatree Modern community. This excellence is a result of dedication and hard work of the teachers and the students; the stress free environment and disciplined environment of the school; system of individual attention; and of course the encouragement and support of all parents.

Excellent ISC 2019 (Grade XII) Results

  • Total number of students appeared: 57    (no failures)
  • Highest scores:
    • 98% Suryansh Singh (Science)
    • 98% Tanisha Goel (Commerce)
  • Other students scoring above 90% are:
    • 96.25% Ananya Johri
    • 96.25% Priyanshi Rastogi
    • 96% Apoorva Tandon
    • 96% Ajeet Verma
    • 96% Deepanshu Goel
    • 93.25% Joyail Srivastava
    • 90.25% Kashish Srivastava
  • 35% of the children (every 3rd child) scored above 90% marks

Excellent ICSE 2019 (Grade X) Results

  • Total number of students appeared: 42    (no failures)
  • Highest scores:
    • Science: 96.6% Sanyam Jain
    • Commerce: 91.8% Khushi Kesarwani
  • 32% of the children (every 3rd child) scored above 90% marks
  • Other students scoring above 90% are:
    • Sanyam Jain     97.2%
    • Nandita Pandey     96.4%
    • Sujal Jain     95%
    • Priyal Bhatnagar     94%
    • Jaskaran Singh     92.8%
    • Vanshika Jain     92.8%
    • Sumit Pathak     92.2%
    • Khushi Kesarwani     91.8%
    • Adeti Chaturvedi     91.6%
    • Arjun Varshney     91.6%
    • Yashya Bharadwaj     91.4%
    • Shrey Gupta     90%
    • Pranjali Jain     90%

Little Chefs preparing healthy recipes

Final round of cooking without fire was held in the school today. Students of grade 1-5 prepared creative and healthy food items by including one of the compulsory ingredients among fruit and vegetables. It was a pleasure to see young chefs coming up with creative recipes like ‘Fruit Batasha and Fruit Tikka with Mango Dip, Chuppa Rustam which were coconut balls with mango filling, Kinova Salad,  Fruit pops and strawberry delight and many more such recipes.

Red Day Celebration

Colors play an important role in our lives. Knowing about colors at an early age help children to group objects together which is an invaluable part of learning.
To drive the concept of colors toddlers of pre – primary celebrated Red day. Students came in Red attire and brought red color fruits and lunch. They did activities like Tulip flower origami, Beetle  craft and cotton dabbing on Strawberry.They enjoyed a lot.

Celebration of World Earth Day 2019

Earth day is celebrated  to teach our students their responsibility towards the Mother Earth.       

To spread the awareness about saving our planet making healthy life possible .Our pre primary toddlers celebrated Earth Day.Learners were told about the importance of trees and saving them.They watered the plants and also colored  worksheet related to it.Through this activity they learnt about their planet earth.

Artful Artist by Primary School to bring out the creative thinking

Happiness comes from creative efforts. The joy of dreaming, creating and expressing your thoughts by drawing and painting is unparallel. The famous painter Pablo Picasso said, “Every child is an artist”. Keeping this in mind and to explore the creative potentials in the young minds of our children, VIDYATREE MODERN organised an event “Artful Artists” on April 10, 2019 at our school premises.

All students from grade 1 to grade 5 participated. Different themes were given to different grades (Land of my dreams, My school is best etc.) .The participants gave vent to their imagination and aesthetic exploration created magical expressions on the sheets.

Artful Artist for Pre Primary School

“There are no limits to children’s imagination.Arts and crafts are a great way for them to turn that endless imagination into something more productive”.
      There are many materials and colors which allows children to explore different options and pick those that they find the most enjoyable.
     To encourage the artistic abilities of our students “Artful Artist activity”was conducted for pre-primary toddlers.While doing this activity they enjoyed and worked on their fine motor skills.It was quite heartening to see their beautiful attempts.

Vidyatree Modern gave me several opportunities where I could improve myself

Name: Prateek Mathur
Batch: 2014
Institution: Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune
Started my journey as a modernite in 2002, I grew up listening to the stories of the Alumni and how their Alma Mater has played a vital role in their life.
Presently, I’m a stage artist, an entrepreneur and a sportsperson. I have hosted more than 20 stage shows with an audience count of about 2000 in one show. I started off with my own basketball club in Bangalore and ran the business for 4 years. I have been playing basketball since I was in 2nd grade and now I’m also fluent in other sports such as football and boxing.
I was afraid of stepping onto the stage, used to fumble and couldn’t read properly. The Modern School gave me several opportunities where I could push myself harder and improve myself. The values and beliefs of my Alma Mater have helped me cruise through a lot of difficulties in life and I’m sure this is gonna stay with me, forever.

The values and beliefs of my Alma Mater have helped me cruise through a lot of difficulties in life and I'm sure this is gonna stay with me, forever.

Vidyatree Modernite selected for Jr. NBA National

Anushka Singh is selected in Jr. NBA National Camp held at JP Greens Noida. 50 selected players participated in this camp from all over India out of which 12 players were selected for National Camp. State Camp of Uttar Pradesh were held at La Martiniere Girls College

Welcoming our new students in Nursery

‘To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end of life’.
The Vidyatree Modern World College feels delighted to welcome Grade  Nursery  into our folds for new academic session 2019-20.
For celebrating the joy, we celebrated Pooh’s birthday. Learners came to know about  Pooh and also told about themselves. To celebrate his birthday they cut cake and wished him.They enjoyed  the day with great enthusiasm, lots of fun and music.

VMWC bags gold and silver medal at Sports event by Amar Ujala

Winners make a habit of manufacturing their own POSITIVE expectations in advance of the event.
Once again the student of VIDYATREE MODERN WORLD COLLEGE proved that they are no less than anyone in an event organised by a renowned newspaper Amar Ujala “bhule bisare khel” at river front stadium. Over 1200 students from 100 schools participatedin the event. Harshita of class 8th got gold in skipping rope. She did 220 skip in just 1 minute. Snigdha of class 4th got silver in skipping. She did 165 skip in 1 minute. The tug of war team won bronze medal . The student of VMWC again showed that they have the capability of excelling without stress.
Kudos to all the champs.

PYP Exhibition for Grade V

The PYP exhibition is the culminating event of the primary years in IB. This allows students to progress through a collaborative and critical thinking journey of inquiry. They explore local and global issues and showcase their conceptual learning .They make connection and dig deeper into the real world. With these ideologies, grade 5 learners of Vidyatree Modern World College, planned their exhibition. They started their journey of exhibition by selecting the issues which they wanted to inquire under transdisciplinary theme ‘Sharing the planet’ and  then they were divided into six groups with mentors wherein they collaborated ,researched, went for field trips, made logos  and prepared for the final presentation.

On 16th February, 19, the fifth graders of VMWC tried to be the change they wanted to see around them by finding out the solutions to the problems. Throughout their exhibition journey they thought of actions which they, at their level, can take to bring change in the World. The show started at 10.30 a.m. with the dance performance followed by a brief description about the whole idea of exhibition. The final day presentation was in the form of Nukaad Natak, Skits, Song, Dance drama and Mime. During their presentation, they even took a pledge to save the environment by planting more trees, never to waste paper and be more responsible for a better future. The Show was summed up by giving off the graduation certificates to the students by our Principal Sir, Mr. Prasanjit Chakraborty.  Principal Sir enlightened us with his words about importance of role of parents in students’ life and congratulated the students for their hard work.  The stage presentation was followed by presentations of the research work by the students in the auditorium.

Field trip to National Botanical Garden by UKG students

To enable our students to identify different types of plants and also according to our theme’Sharing the Planet’. Learners of Ukg grade were taken to the field trip at Botanical garden.Where they saw various plants ,trees,shrubs,herbs,and climbers etc. They touched these as well to observe the differences between them. They were able to recognise various plants too.Learners were very excited.

Indoor Games are a mind booster

Games always cheers our mood.
Pre primary had a wonderful experience by playing indoor games.
They sat together and learnt how to share games. They learnt numbers by doing hopscotch number games. It was a great experience that through play they can learn many things and build interest.

My children have developed the confidence to face the world at VMWC

Vidyatree has been one of the best choices I made for my children. Here, my children have developed the skill to face the world with confidence. The teachers are very friendly and cooperative. All the extra curricular activities help in clarifying their concepts and develop interests in studies. The best part is that the school also helps the child become a better human beings taking care of environment, cooperating with others and helping others in need. It has been a wonderful journey with the school so far. Thanks.

Learners of Grade 1 learnt about occurrence of day and night

Have you ever wondered how does day and night occur?

Well to know this, learners of Grade 1 were shown a practical using globe and a torch. The room was darkened and the light was thrown on one side of globe.  Here they saw when torch(Sun) lighted one part of globe(Earth) then it was day in that region whereas the other side was dark which meant its night there. Earth’s rotation causes the occurrence of day and night. This practical constructed their understanding of occurrence of day and night.

Grade LKG students research on Living and Non Living Things

Real not real how do we know? Through experiment or research definitely we got to know.
This is how Grade LKG learners inquired about living and non living things. They smartly answered whatever we asked them and their faces were beaming with confidence as they were full of knowledge.

Challenging Floor to Ceiling activities to enhance brain development

Thinking skills are majorly enhanced when children are given a challenging task to do. Such tasks are called floor to ceiling tasks. Learners of Grade 1 were given a task named Scoop up where in they had to create double ice cream scoops of different flavors. They were given 5 flavors to select from which were strawberry, black currant, butter scotch, chocolate and kesar pista. The combination can not be repeated. The maximum combinations made were 18.

15 Reasons Why Vidyatree Modern is SUPER SAFE for our Children



Mindfulness practice by teachers and students creates a culture of care and non – violence.


Focus on constructivist method of learning results in stress free and fear free atmosphere.


Mindfulness and development of responsible behaviour prevents violence and bullying among children.


Teachers aren’t managed through fear, thus teachers create a fear-free atmosphere for children too.


Affectionate & mindful teachers create an atmosphere of ‘Discipline without fear’.


A fear free atmosphere enhances children’s brain development, especially with 25 children per classroom.


Children trust teachers and inform immediately of any problem.


The school educators see themselves as the ‘Alma Mater’ that is the ‘nurturing second mother’.



110+ CCTV Cameras all over the school.


Disciplined student dispersal at school closure.


Canteen food quality control involving teachers’ committee.


Ayahs travel in the school vehicles, with small children.


Shallow swimming pool with a coach and lifeguards at all times.


Advanced fire safety and security system with high preparedness for emergencies.


Advanced electrical safety system.

Theme – Sharing the planet

Under the theme sharing the planet learners of UKG went for nature walk and explored about parts of plant, understood that plant sustain life on earth and play an important role in their lives. They also declared that humans and plants depend on each other.