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Sri VIS assigned Lead School role in the CBSE Schools' Hub of Learning

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Best 4500 principals from over 22,000 CBSE schools have been chosen for the coveted role of Lead Collaborator Principals.

CBSE conducted a workshop on May 29, 2019 at the Sadhu Vaswani International School for Girls. Principals/Leaders of around 130 CBSE schools from India and abroad attended the same with great zeal and enthusiasm.

Mr Anurag Tiwari, Secreatry CBSE, Dr Biswajit Saha, Director Academics and Training and Mr M.C.Yadav, Regional Officer Delhi explained the true essence of HOL. Mr. Pramod Kumar, Joint Secretary further elucidated on the role and importance of Lead Collaborator Schools. They also briefed about the activities and assignments to be taken up for the coming year. They explained the need to create an activity calendar which is mutually agreeable to the group of schools in the same hub.

The main thrust was on sharing and collaboration. Ms Anjali from the Centre of Excellence, addressed the queries of the participating schools with amicable solutions.

Ms Vineeta Bagga Sr. Coordinator and Ms Vineet Tomer Middle School Coordinator attended the same on behalf of Sri VIS.

Mr Anuj Manchanda Headmaster attended a similar Workshop in a Ghaziabad School.

With the school leaders motivated to make the Hub of Learning take off well, Sri VIS is sure to reinvent itself and help others too.

    29May

    Exchange Programme
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    Gracias Madame Milion Daniele, the Mayor of Cassis and Madame Veronique Spinelli - Principal, staff, students of Les Gorguettes Gilbert Rastoin College, Cassis, Milna and all the host families for making the exchange fruitful for the students and accompanying staff of Sri Venkateshwar International School, Sector - 18, Dwarka, New Delhi, India

      Sri VIS, has been a hub centre for Mahattattava's Design Thinking Workshop since 2018.

      Continuing the same, we held the 'Circle Time' Activity Workshop for the teachers of Classes PS - Class 5 on May 24, 2019.

      Ms Sonali Bhatt coordinated the session.

        ‘Theatre is a place where every race, creed and gender is treated equal, embraced and loved’.
        Students of class VI experienced the amalgamation of school, home and community when they celebrated ‘Theatre in Education’ on Friday, May 17, 2019.The show began by felicitating the achievers of Class V of the session 2018-19. The students also showcased the famous Japanese play‘Totto Chan’, a true story about an ideal school in Tokyo during World War II that combined learning with fun , freedom and love. Totto Chan, the protagonist, attributes her success in life to her wonderful school and its headmaster.
        The play conveyed an important message , ‘Prioritise the fun and learning will come.’ The audience admired the way Totto Chan’s school shaped her into an ideal human being quite similar to the motto of Sri VIS which believes in giving learners freedom of expression along with vibrant atmosphere.
        The audience gave a standing ovation to the students as well as to their mentors who had groomed these aspiring artistes.

          KUVAL ANAND - Silverzone International English Olympiad 2018-19 Overall Winner Class 2

          Recipient of Rs 15,000/-, Trophy, Parker Pen Set, Certificate

          May he continues to set benchmarks

            Book Review and Cover Design Activity Class 6

            Reading, Art and fun...

            Credit: English Department

              We congratulate Dear Nandini for being chosen as a Mighty Master in Solo Singing Category by Peach House Production

              Listen to and like her video on www.peachhouseproduction.com

                04May

                Appreciation Day Class PS- V
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                Success belongs to the relentless learners. Because the more you know, the more you achieve.’ Sri VIS, Dwarka celebrated the Appreciation Day on May 4, 2019, to honour the students of Classes Pre School to V for their varied achievements during the session 2018-19. It was an opportunity to laud the hard work and success of the young achievers and give away the awards to them. The programme commenced with the lighting of the Ceremonial lamp by the Guest of Honour Ms. Kavita Kaul Aima and the School Principal, Ms Nita Arora. The Principal formally greeted the proud parents and praised the achievers for their hard work, determination and dedication to gain recognition for themselves and the school. In her thought-provoking speech, she appealed to the parents to appreciate the effort made by their wards towards excellence and not compare them with others; 
                but at the same time also motivate them to continue working harder to fulfil their aspirations and dreams. The awards were given away for Excellence in various scholastic and co-scholastic categories. Award holders were felicitated the Guest of Honour and the School Principal with trophies, books and Appreciation Certificates. Mellifluous Group Song ‘Thanks to My Mother’ was replete with gratitude. The  audience went down the memory lane with the story 'First Day of School’ enacted through dance. The very important event to be taking place nationwide was not forgotten and was rightly addressed by a Nukkad Natak on 'Elections'.The programme
                rode to a final crescendo with the fervent contemporary dance performance. It added élan to the function. The Headmistress Primary Wing, Ms.Premlata Choudhary congratulated the parents and blessed all the students for touching more milestones of success in the years to come. Success belongs to the relentless learners. Because the more you know, the more you achieve.’ Sri VIS, Dwarka celebrated the Appreciation Day on May 4, 2019, to honour the  students of Classes Pre School to V for their varied achievements during the session 2018-19. It was an opportunity to laud the hard work and success of the young achievers and give away the awards to them. The programme commenced with the lighting of the Ceremonial lamp by the Guest of Honour Ms. Kavita Kaul Aima and the School Principal, Ms Nita Arora. The Principal formally greeted the proud parents and praised the achievers for their  hard work, determination and dedication to gain recognition for themselves and the school. In her thought-provoking speech, she appealed to the parents to appreciate the effort made by their wards towards excellence and not compare them with others; but at the same time also motivate them to continue working harder to fulfil their aspirations and dreams. The awards were given away for Excellence in various scholastic and co-scholastic categories. Award holders were felicitated the Guest of Honour and the School Principal with trophies, books and Appreciation Certificates. Mellifluous Group Song ‘Thanks to My Mother’ was replete with gratitude. The  audience went down the memory lane with the story 'First Day of School’ enacted  through dance. The very important event to be taking place nationwide was not forgotten and was rightly addressed by a Nukkad Natak on 'Elections'.The programme rode to a final crescendo with the fervent contemporary dance performance. It added élan to the function. The Headmistress Primary Wing, Ms.Premlata Choudhary congratulated the parents and blessed all the students for touching more milestones of success in the years to come.Sri VIS honors the mothers on Appreciation Day

                Appreciation is recognition of talent and merit, it leads to motivation. Every year, Sri VIS celebrates the excellence and the initiative of its young learners by gifting them certificates, trophies and books. This year, the Award function is spread over eight slots and it is indeed a marvel to find so many young scholars and performers under one roof. The award function for Preschoolers to Class 4 students was a joy to behold as it was the child and mother receiving honours on the school stage. The role of the mother is of the most crucial in the life of a child. The program started with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Guest of Honour, Ms. Kavita Kaul Aima and the School Principal, Ms. Nita Arora. The day started with a Sufi song devoted to Lord Krishna rendered as Kathak extravaganza. Young ones regaled the audience with street play, dance numbers, a skit cum ramp walk on the theme of universe and its elements. The awards were given away for Excellence in various Scholastic and Co-scholastic categories by the Guest of Honour Ms. Kavita Aima and the School Principal, Ms.Nita Arora.
                Mothers felt proud standing behind their wards on the stage wearing tiaras. Mrs Kavita asked the students to enjoy growing up and to always strive for happiness and perfection as the goals of life. 

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