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


SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL SAFETY

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Children trust teachers and inform immediately of any problem.

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

PHYSICAL SAFETY

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110+ CCTV Cameras all over the school.

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Disciplined student dispersal at school closure.

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Canteen food quality control involving teachers’ committee.

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Ayahs travel in the school vehicles, with small children.

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

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

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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.

39th Annual Celebrations – Day 3


The event started with the school prayer followed by Surya Namaskar by the tiny tots of Grade LKG. The Nursery children enthralled the audience by performing on Waka Waka. The little ones mesmerized everyone by their International Dance, Story, Animal Act and aerobics. The students of UKG left the audience spellbound by their performance on OUR SCHOOL IS THE BEST.

The parents came in huge number to encourage and see their children perform. At this young The Pre-Primary students of Vidyatree Modern World College celebrated their

Annual Day on 23rd December, 2018 in the school auditorium. All the little ones came dressed in vibrant colors according to their programme in the sunny afternoonage performing on stage requires a lot of courage but as the school believe in inculcating skills and a stress free environment, the little ones blossom like flowers under the guidance of their teachers.

The event was graced by the presence of the Special Guests- MP Mr. Sharad Tripathi, Mr. Nagendra Sharma, Assistant Manager, Times of India and Mrs. Nabeela Khan of Little Champs School.

The Annual Report was read by the Principal Mr. Prasenjit Chakraborty. Our Founder Sir Mr. Rakesh Kapoor and Director Mr. Siddhartha Kapoor encouraged and blessed the students with their presence.

The event concluded by the Vote of Thanks and singing of the National anthem.

39th Annual Celebrations – Day 2


A day to celebrate the completion of one more successful and mindful year is our Annual Day. Saturday, December 22, 2018 was the day when our learners from Grade 1 to 5 presented their various abilities in form of dance, drama and music. Audiences were made familiar with our IB Learner profiles through an action song by Grade 1. The program was followed by ‘Joy of learning ‘ play wherein they reflected how an IB school is different from a traditional school. vmwc teaches French as our 3rd language. To present its understanding a choir song and an action song by grade 4,5 and 1 was also presented. Heartthrob performances on international styles by Grade 1 to 5  and theme-Sharing the planet by Grade 2 and 3 left everlasting memories.

39th Annual Celebrations – Day 1


Vidyatree Modern World College celebrated their 39th Annual Function on 21.12.2018, Friday, amidst great zest, vibrancy and elation. Justice D.K Trivedi was the esteemed Chief Guest. Among other dignitaries present were the founders, principal and parents.

The function began at around 6:00 p.m. with a melodious prayer by the middle school students.

The Cultural Programme based on the school’s philosophy ‘Mindfulness’ portrayed a variety of shows from the middle and senior school. A dance on ‘Ganga’ was superbly carried off depicting the advent of Ganga on the earth with the help of Lord Shiva. The dance steps were well synchronized and graceful. Another item on the agenda was on ‘Discrimination’, a very meaningful act for the society. The Annual Report of the past session was shared by the Principal.

The dynamic effect of the drama on ‘Mahabharata ‘left its traces on the audience and received a great applause. The relentless hard work and vision of the students was highly appreciated and lauded.

A student is a celebrity while he performs in his school and one must appreciate the glory of their celebration .

Rising Star – A Kids Carnival


Today a Rising star a Kids carnival was held at Vidyatree modern World College.The aim of this event was to help children from age2+ to 5 to exhibit their talents and skills. This acted as a platform from children across various schools in Lucknow. Various events were organised during the event such as Story Telling , Clay Modelling, Poetry Recitation, Fancy Dress and Art Competition.Children across the city attended this events along with their parents.The children exhibited their skills with great enthusiasm.Most of the parents encouraged their children to participate in multiple competitions.Our team was enthralled to see the little ones displaying their creativity, confidence and imagination. All the participants were given certificates and trophies to motivate them and encourage them for their

Educational Field trip to Imambara by Grade XI Humanities


Educational Trips give the ideas and opportunities to visit important places that help to visualize what students are learning at school. Not only it helps to develop the overall personality of the students but also it is beneficial for every student to acquire more knowledge through actual exposure to different places.
VIDYATREE MODERN WORLD COLLEGE organized an educational trip to Imambara, Lucknow on November 22nd, 2018 for the students of Class XI Humanities. The trip aimed to expose the children to new experiences so as to arouse interest in social science and understand the blending of Indo-Islamic architecture, life style, ancient water harvesting techniques adopted during the Navabi period.
The trip began with the visit to Bada Imambara which included the real life architectural examples of true arches, hemispherical domes, magnificent gateways, beautiful garden outlay and elevated platforms in Indo-Islamic architecture of the Mughal buildings. The students witnessed Asia’s largest hall built without any support of pillars or beams.

Vidyatree Modern genuinely feels like a family


“I honestly recommend this school to all my friends and family. I am so happy with the progress my daughter has made in her second year at VMWC. The teachers are all welcoming and friendly and it genuinely feels like a family. The school report was fabulous and not only told me how she was doing in class and learning, it also gave me information on how she gets on with peers and concentrates which was a real insight.
This year, we are trying to get admission of our second child in nursery. Hope she Will get it for her bright future.
      Thank you to all at vmwc”

Summative Assessment for Grade V on Legacies of Civilization


Learners of grade 5 as their Summative assessment presented a mini exhibition in which they showcased their understanding about civilizations and its legacies.They made various artifacts and dressed up in the way the people used to dress in the past.They demonstrated the attributes of thinker and communicator as they answered all the questions with confidence.

Field trip gives us a real life experience and teaches us a lot


Field trips are always remembered throughout our life as we learn by exploring and getting real life experience.

Grade Nursery children visited the fire station to extend their knowledge about fire fighters. They got a hands on-experience on fire safety and the very important community helper- the fire fighter. They watched how firefighters use their fire truck in an emergency. The fire fighters showed them the different equipment used by them and demonstrated the use of a fire extinguisher. Children were ecstatic when they saw a fire fighter slide down the pole. They were full of curious questions which were answered by the fire fighters. The firefighters were surprised by the children’s wit when they told them the emergency number which they can call on when a fire breaks out. It was a fun filled, informative experience which the children can use to associate with their immediate environment. Learners also visited police station, Hospital, Postoffice and Nursery. They explored and learnt how community helpers help us in our day to day life.

Mindfulness Class to make us more alert and alive


“Discipline without fear” and “Excellence without distress” are the two major pillars of our school. To inculcate these values among the students their regular mindfulness classes are conducted. Today the mindfulness class of grade 11 was conducted by our Rector Sir, Mr Rakesh kapoor. He enlightened them to be mentally and physically fit. Students were motivated to choose some daily exercises like “surya namaskaar”, “yog” or daily practice of games like football or basketball. Also he guided them with the lifelong learning of behaving in the appropriate manner seeing the situation, person and resources. Students were also made aware about the whirlpool going on in the mind and how to clean the mind to be free from them.