Kids spend a sizeable amount of time is school. So taking their priorities into account is of utmost importance when it comes to deciding about the D-Day. Various factors have to be kept in mind while finding out the right time to enroll the child for school.
The single most important factor in deciding the right time is to listen more towards your child. The child may have certain trials and tribulations which should not be ignored. The next factor is treating your child with respect knowing completely well that he will one day branch out on his own.
Being involved in the daily life of the child goes a long way into boosting his self confidence as well as making him ready to meet other kids of his age group. But simultaneously encouraging independence in the child cannot definitely be ruled out. It is extremely necessary for the child to take responsibility of his own actions in order to ease out the process of starting school.
The following should be the course of action while admitting your child to school-
The parent should visit the school in advance. This facilitates the smooth transition of the child who is venturing out of home for the first time. Meeting the teacher is of primary importance because on the day of joining school the child will immediately become aware of at least one familiar face. It is also important to obtain the school handbook to know as to what are the expectations of the school from the child. Before deciding to send the child to school it is important to be organized and to obtain a class schedule so that the kid is familiar to the procedure that is required to be followed during attendance, lunch hours and games period. Reassure your child, be supportive but also learn to let go.
If you are residing in Bangalore and looking for the best primary education in Bangalore, then you have many options such as Delhi public school, Whitefield global school, Kumaran School, and Vydehi school of Excellence.
So to conclude, for a parent to send the child to school especially in a cosmopolitan like Bangalore, it is essential to know the nuances of the game. Cheers…..
Vydehi School of Excellence organized the School Investiture Ceremony for 2013-14 for honouring the best students who perform like leaders in academic and extracurricular activities. These students, who are honoured, are expected to provide the right direction for their friends and juniors, which will helps in the smooth governance of the school. They are chosen as the school senate. The school witnessed the investiture ceremony in the presence of the parents. Mr. Harjeet Kakkar, CEO of VHIRE4U and WONESTY, was the chief guest in the program. He advised the students to be the architects of the future and the builders of a collective optimistic vision thereby leaving behind a legacy for all to cherish. Ms. Shalini Dutta, Country Head of VHIRE4U, motivated and encouraged the students to dream big and aspire high to be the leaders in the future. The Principal, Ms. Mathews, extended her best wishes to the newly formed senate.
Vydehi School of Excellence, as one of its program to expand the potential of its students, organized Hindi Recitation Competition. Children were excited beyond expectations to participate in the function. There were four teachers to co-ordinate the program and they used a digital project to project the duration of the recitation. Many students participated in the program and displayed their incomparable talent in poem recitation. A few chosen parents were invited as judges for the event, along with teachers. One of the Primary school classrooms is used as the venue of the program which displayed the hidden poetry recitation skills of the students. Teachers concluded the program by appreciating all the students and awarded the champions with prizes. The competition was a resounding success due to the exceptional enthusiasm shown by both the students and teachers.
Vydehi School of Excellence, a premier school in Bangalore, celebrated its Chairman late D. K. Audikesavulu Naidu’s birthday on 21 September 2013. D. K. Audikesavulu Naidu, Founder of Vydehi Institute of Medical Science and Research Centre was always a humanist who stood for the well being of his country’s people. It was his life’s mission to head a medical centre that could provide a world class healthcare system to the public at very affordable cost and a medical and other educational institution with state-of-the-art technology that focus on the research in medical science and integrates the quality of overall education. D. K. Audikesavulu Naidu was a member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India and had been the prestigious TTK chairman twice. An engineer by qualification, D. K. Audikesavulu Naidu went on to create a successful business empire spanning various industries. He passed away on April 24, 2013 after a brief illness. Our students visited his Samadhi (place where he rests in peace) and offered their prayers. Teachers accompanied the students and helped them through the proceedings.
Vydehi School of Excellence celebrated Teachers’ Day with great enthusiasm on 5th September 2013 at Vydehi School of Excellence. The event was very special especially because it was completed planned and managed by our students. The event kick started with our tiny tots welcoming their teachers, on their arrival, by applying ‘the traditional tilak’ on their forehead. A special assembly was conducted after this and students paid their tribute to Dr. Radhakrishnan, the first vice president of India whose birthday is celebrated as Teacher’s day in India and to their beloved teachers through speeches, poems, skits and dances. The event was concluded with each teacher receiving a memento as a token of appreciation for their efforts, by the management.
Every parent enjoys seeing their child learning with a lot of curiosity and interest to explore new worlds of knowledge. There cannot be a more satisfying thing in the world for a parent other than his/her child thinking intelligently and answering questions asked by teachers. Taking this wish of parents into consideration, Vydehi School of Excellence organized a ‘Parent Observation Day’ in school where parents can get a glimpse of how their child is participating in various classroom activities, both curricular and extracurricular activities. The concept of Parent Observation Day comes from the feedbacks we received from the parents when they visited Vydehi School of Excellence as part of Parent’s Day Celebration. On this day, parents are requested to participate in class activities passively by witnessing their children performing in class. This gave them a glimpse of modern teaching methods and technology that is incorporated in daily teaching at Vydehi. Parents were delighted by the contagious enthusiasm of the children, which brought out the best in the teachers as well. The motto behind this entire exercise was to influence the parents to increase their involvement in parent-teacher partnership, which is crucial for the overall development of the child. We received very positive feedback for the program as some termed it as ‘a great initiative and enjoyable experience’ and ‘a nostalgic feeling, reminded of our school days.’
Amidst independence struggle, freedom fighters use to create patriotic songs as an inspiration to the compatriots. Throughout the history, there are evidence for songs and music playing a very important role in any strike or revolution to restore morality, order and justice in the country. Every meaningful movement will have music and songs in its background for a support. Vydehi School of Excellence, in the spirit of Independence Day, organized a Patriotic Singing Competition for children on August 29, 2013. Three teachers organized the program where children made an awesome display of their unique talent. The event was very well received and got high acclaim from children and their parents. We consider this positive feedback as a success of this program. Continue reading
The Spirit of Accomplishment in the World of Stiff Competition
We take this opportunity to congratulate the four outstanding artists – Megha J. Sattian (Class V), Varsha J. Sattian ( Class V), Arvind .B ( Class VI), and Akshaya (Class VI) of our school for being the Winners of Times of India NIE – 175 years Art Competition.
Vydehi School of Excellence
Vydehi School of Excellence
They captured the mood and essence of the Times of India’s Journey through 175 years, with colorful ideas of their vision for a reformed India. The panel of eminent artists selected our students work as the “Most Creative Work Of Art” among as many as 195 Times NIE schools participating in this event.
We are pleased to announce that they were accredited with trophy and certificates by the Times Group.
Freedom is a state of mind that lets you express your thoughts without fearing any individual or any other entity in an irrational manner. When it comes to political space, freedom is an essential aspect for any country to be sovereign. Each and every individual has their own customized definition for freedom. Without freedom, an individual won’t be able to make use of his/her absolute potential to the highest of levels and hence it will be impossible for him/her to accomplish great missions in life. Every one of us needs freedom because it makes us live naturally and earn a life we rightfully deserve. India, our country, has a glorious past with rich tradition and culture and we had great natural resources. But misfortune dawned on the country when it was invaded by foreign rulers. As a direct effect, rich resources of the country were looted, without showing the slightest hint of mercy. But Indians woke up, from the initial hang over and glitter of British rule and found out that it is essential to free our mother land from the invaders and thus sacrificed their lives for our country. The freedom we enjoy today is the result of their sacrifice and hardships, fuelled by patriotism. Continue reading
Vydehi School of Excellence, a premier school in Bangalore organized the final round of the Recitation Competition on 19th January 2013. The finalists of this Primary School Poetry Recitation competition had to excel in memorizing and reciting the poetry of their choice, with confidence. The theme of the poetry was declared as “Nature”. The concept offered the students a wide range of choices to pick up from and finalists recited beautiful poems with great control in voice modulation. Continue reading