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  • 04-01-2024

In the vibrant world of education, the key to unlocking a child's potential lies in making the learning process both enjoyable and meaningful. When our little readers were given a chance to be a part of the crafting of the newspaper itself, their learning shot up to the nextlevel. From researching topics, writing them, filtering out the best, and compiling the works, students were exposed to many areas that wouldn’t be their usual call otherwise. The joy of students seeing their faces in the print media kicks a different spark within them, who are the experts of the digital world. Apart from the boost in confidence among children, their genuine spirit to contribute works to the paper uplifted in a great way. The opportunity to get involved in the team for the guest edition of our school gave them a sense of responsibility and an urge to be more creative. When the children came to us with their deep wish to create their own printed student editions and to lead the team, it proved the impact of the efforts for the edition they had put in. Jimmy Joseph Head of Section – Junior school TVIS, Thodupuzha

  • 09-12-2023

Hosted by The Village International School, the Central Kerala Sahodaya Inter-School Chess Tournament 2023 proved to be a spectacle of strategic brilliance and intense competition. Held on the 9th of December 2023, this event showcased exceptional talent and sportsmanship among students from 20 participating schools across various grade categories. The tournament featured four categories to cater to the diverse skill levels and age groups of the participants: 1. Category 1: Grades 1, 2, 3, 4 2. Category 2: Grades 5, 6, 7 3. Category 3: Grades 8, 9, 10 4. Category 4: Grades 11 & 12 With nearly 300 participants displaying their chess prowess, Marygiri Public School, Koothattukulam, emerged victorious as the overall champions, securing an impressive 124.5 points. Maryland Public School, Kaloor, claimed the first runner-up position with 97 points, while Amritha Vidyalaya, Perumbavoor, secured the second runner-up spot with 84 points. Category-wise Championship Results: - Category 1: - Championship: Marygiri Public School, Koothattukulam - First Runner-up: Amritha Vidyalaya, Perumbavoor - Second Runner-up: Maryland Public School, Kaloor - Category 2: - Championship: Maryland Public School, Kaloor - First Runner-up: Marygiri Public School, Koothattukulam - Second Runner-up: Amritha Vidyalaya, Perumbavoor - Category 3: - Championship: Marygiri Public School, Koothattukulam - First Runner-up: Maryland Public School, Kaloor - Second Runner-up: St. Ephrem Mulamthuruthy - Category 4: - Championship: Marygiri Public School, Koothattukulam - First Runner-up: St. Thomas Public School, Perumbavoor - Second Runner-up: St. Ephrem School, Mulamthuruthy The tournament also celebrated individual brilliance: Category 1: Jones George of Marygiri Public School emerged as the first-place winner, followed by Asher Binoj from Amritha Vidyalaya securing second place, and Aby Alfonz Albin from CMI Public School, Chalakkudy, securing third place. - Category 2: Emmanuel Jaison from Rogationist Academy claimed the first spot, with Mathai Bince and Yedhukrishnan from Vimalagiri Public School, Kothamangalam, securing second and third positions, respectively. Category 3: Richard Jaimin of Maryland Public School, Kaloor, grabbed the first place, followed by Aaron Kavungal from CMI Public School, Chalakkudy, in second place, and Serah Jo Sam from Vimalagiri Public School, Kothamangalam, securing third place. Category 4: Viswajith P V from Vimalagiri Public School, Kothamangalam, secured the first place, followed by Joyel Joseph from St. Ephrem School, Mulamthuruthy, in second place, and Govind Pushparajan V from Marygiri Public School securing third place. The success of this tournament wouldn't have been possible without the continuous support and guidance of Fr. Mathew Kareethara CMI, President, and Mr. Johnson Mathew, Secretary of Central Kerala Sahodaya. Their leadership played a pivotal role in shaping the tournament's success. Dr. P. Asokan from Sree Vivekananda Memorial Public School, Trivandrum, provided invaluable assistance in arranging the arbiters and offering timely guidance, ensuring the tournament's smooth conduct. The Central Kerala Sahodaya Inter-School Chess Tournament 2023 was governed by a proficient panel of arbiters, ensuring fair play and maintaining standards throughout the event. Led by Chief Arbiter Mr. Ameer P S and Deputy Arbiter Mr.Kunjumon P V, both FIDE Arbiters, the team also included Mr. Vishnu S L, a Senior National Arbiter, and Mr. Augustine, serving as an Arbiter. Their collective expertise and dedication ensured a smooth and impartial tournament experience for all participants. Mr. Anilkumar M, Vice Principal, coordinated the event flawlessly, with the unwavering support of Zacharias Jacob, Principal of the host school. The Central Kerala Sahodaya Inter-School Chess Tournament 2023 not only showcased exceptional chess skills but also fostered camaraderie and sportsmanship among the participating students, making it a memorable and cherished event for all involved.

  • 24-11-2023

Village International School's Mithuna M Nair Clinches Top Honors in Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, and Kuchipudi. In a stunning display of talent and artistry, Midhuna M Nair, a student of The Village International School in Kumaramangalam, emerged as a dance sensation at the CBSE Sahodaya State Arts Festival 2023-24. The prestigious event, held at Kaladi Sree Sharada Vidyalaya, witnessed Midhuna's extraordinary performances, earning her top honors in multiple classical dance forms. Bharatanatyam and Mohiniyattam Excellence: Midhuna M Nair's proficiency in the traditional dance forms of Bharatanatyam and Mohiniyattam left the audience spellbound. Her graceful movements, intricate expressions, and impeccable footwork secured her the coveted first position in both categories. The Village International School takes immense pride in Midhuna's achievements, showcasing the institution's commitment to nurturing and fostering artistic excellence. Kuchipudi Triumph: Adding another feather to her cap, Midhuna M Nair also secured the third position in Kuchipudi, displaying versatility and mastery across multiple classical dance styles. The competition in Kuchipudi was fierce, yet Midhuna's dedication and skill set her apart, earning her recognition and acclaim from the judges and spectators alike. The Village International School in Kumaramangalam is abuzz with excitement and pride as they celebrate Midhuna M Nair's remarkable accomplishments. The school's commitment to providing a holistic education that nurtures talent and fosters a love for the arts is evident in Midhuna's success on such a grand stage. As Midhuna M Nair basks in the glory of her victories, the future looks promising for this young dance prodigy. Her dedication, passion, and exceptional talent foreshadow a journey filled with more accolades and recognition in the world of classical dance. The CBSE Sahodaya State Arts Festival 2023-24 will be remembered as the stage where Midhuna M Nair illuminated the arena with her artistry, leaving an indelible mark on the classical dance scene. Congratulations pour in from all quarters, recognizing Midhuna's talent as a beacon of inspiration for aspiring dancers and art enthusiasts across the region.

  • 16-11-2023

In a poignant celebration of Children's Day, the young talents of The Village International School in Kumaramangalam, Thodupuzha, Idukki, Kerala, have come together to compose and release a compelling song carrying the profound message, "No More War, No More Fights." This heartwarming initiative aims to amplify the voices of the youth, advocating for global harmony and unity. "The song, written and composed by Kevin Kurian and sung by Kevin, Lyan, and Shresta, resonates with the spirit of innocence and the universal desire for peace. Dr. Unnikrishnan, the Humanitarian Director of Plan International, UK, graced the occasion by releasing the song, emphasizing the importance of nurturing a world where children can grow and thrive without the shadows of conflict." The lyrics of the song reflect the dreams and aspirations of the younger generation, urging for a future free from the shackles of war and disputes. The music, composed by the talented students themselves, is a melodic embodiment of the hope for a brighter, more peaceful world. To listen to the song, Lyrics: STOP THIS FIGHTING STOP THIS WAR FREEDOM AND PEACE THAT’S ALL WE NEED BROKEN HOMES AND WOUNDED HEARTS NONE TO CARE FOR INNOCENT LIVES NO MORE WARS NO MORE FIGHTS ALL WE ASK IS PEACE AND LOVE STOP THIS WAR STOP THIS FIGHT WE DESERVE PEACE & HARMONY LOOK AT THOSE INNOCENT CHILDREN KILLED IN A MOMENT THEY LOST THEIR HOPES AND DREAMS EVERYBODY HAS THE RIGHT TO LIFE SO WE CRY OUT LOUD TO NATIONS OF THE EARTH The Village International School takes pride in fostering not only academic excellence but also nurturing socially responsible individuals. The release of this song on Children's Day is a testament to the school's commitment to instill values of compassion and empathy in its students.

  • 31-10-2023

The Village International School (TVIS) showcased its commitment to global awareness and diplomatic education by hosting the second edition of its vibrant Model United Nations (MUN) conference on October 31, 2023. This prestigious event saw the participation of six dynamic committees, each addressing unique global agendas, and achieved the successful passing of crucial resolutions. The six committees that took part in this year's MUN conference were: UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMME (UNEP): Agenda: Integrating indigenous knowledge systems and post-humanist approaches to promote sustainable development. Resolutions: The UNEP committee tackled the issue of sustainable development by integrating indigenous knowledge systems and post-humanist approaches. The delegates successfully passed resolutions aimed at creating a more sustainable and inclusive future. INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT (IBRD): Agenda: Policy Proposal for Addressing Governmental Malfeasance to Promote Fiscal Sustainability and Enhance the Efficacy of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). Resolutions: In the IBRD committee, delegates focused on addressing governmental malfeasance to enhance fiscal sustainability and the effectiveness of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). They worked collaboratively to pass resolutions aimed at promoting economic growth and regional cooperation. UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (UNHRC): Agenda: Deliberating upon the right to freedom of speech and its limitations on grounds of law and public order and its impact on the freedom of the press. Resolutions: The UNHRC committee delved into the complexities of freedom of speech and its limitations. Delegates successfully passed resolutions aiming to strike a balance between freedom of expression, the rule of law, and the freedom of the press. ORGANISATION OF THE PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRIES PLUS (OPEC PLUS): Agenda: Exploring new methods for the utilization of oil reserves with a special emphasis on Latin American and African oil reserves while considering the issue of sanctions and their effects on global oil trade. Resolutions: The OPEC PLUS committee explored innovative methods for utilizing oil reserves, particularly in Latin American and African regions, while considering the impact of sanctions on global oil trade. Resolutions passed emphasized sustainable oil resource management. UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY (LEGAL) (UNGA): Agenda: Deliberating upon the usage of Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and its legalities in the current contemporary paradigm, developing a framework for its safe usage worldwide with a focus on responsibility and accountability. Resolutions: The UNGA Legal committee examined the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and its legal implications in the contemporary world. Delegates successfully passed resolutions that emphasized responsible and accountable usage of R2P worldwide. ABDA High Command, 1942: Agenda: The Pacific Theatre. Resolutions: Simulating events from the Pacific Theatre in 1942 during World War II, the ABDA High Command committee discussed and passed resolutions related to strategies in the Pacific Theatre, highlighting historical accuracy and military cooperation. The MUN conference at The Village International School was a testament to the dedication, hard work, and diplomatic skills of the participating students. It provided an opportunity to develop research, public speaking, and negotiation abilities while fostering a deeper understanding of critical global issues. The TVIS MUN conference was an enriching experience that not only polished students' diplomatic skills but also emphasized the vital role of youth in addressing global challenges. It was a platform for students to voice their ideas, engage in diplomatic discourse, and work together toward building a better world. The Model United Nations conference was a resounding success as it helped the students with their diplomatic and communication skills. The Village International School (TVIS) took another stride towards nurturing future diplomats and global leaders by organizing a workshop on "How to Organize and Participate in Model United Nations" led by the experienced and renowned trainer, Mr. Siddhartha Bedi, and this workshop proved to be an invaluable learning opportunity for TVIS students. Mr. Siddhartha Bedi, who boasts extensive expertise in the field of Model United Nations (MUN), led the workshop, sharing his knowledge and insights gained from years of experience. In a related development, 11 TVIS students are gearing up to participate in the upcoming La Martiniere Model United Nations, scheduled to take place from November 3 to 5, 2023. The training received at the workshop will undoubtedly prove instrumental in enhancing their performance at this prestigious MUN event.

  • 25-10-2023

The Village International School proudly applauds Pavithra Sugish for her outstanding achievement, securing the Silver Medal in the Indian Round Girls U 19 category at the CBSE South Zone Archery Tournament held in Chitrakoot, Maharashtra. Pavithra's remarkable display of skill and determination during the tournament has granted her the esteemed eligibility to compete at the Nationals, scheduled to be hosted at Social Baluni Public School, situated behind Radha Swami Satsang Bhawan in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, from November 5th to 10th, 2023. Her success in clinching the Silver Medal at the South Zone tournament is a testament to her unwavering dedication and prowess in the sport of archery. Competing against top-tier athletes, Pavithra exhibited exceptional focus and technique, earning accolades for her performance. Acknowledging the pivotal roles played in this achievement, the archery coach, Mr. Vishnuraj E R, and the Team Manager, Ms. Deepamol Sugish, were instrumental in supporting Pavithra's journey to success. Their guidance, mentorship, and unwavering support have contributed significantly to Pavithra's remarkable feat in the South Zone tournament. In recognition of Pavithra's outstanding accomplishment, The Village International School honored her with a special assembly, celebrating her achievement and acknowledging her dedication to the sport. With the Nationals on the horizon, anticipation and excitement build as Pavithra prepares to represent her school at the national level. The entire community eagerly awaits her participation, celebrating her achievements and the pride she brings to the institution.

  • 28-11-2023

Midhuna M Nair Dominates Central Kerala Sahodaya Kalotsav 2023 with Triple Victory in Classical Dance. Grade XII Prodigy from The Village International School Triumphs in Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, and Kuchipudi In a spectacular display of talent and artistry, Midhuna M Nair, a Grade XII student hailing from The Village International School, has secured the top position in three distinguished classical dance forms – Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, and Kuchipudi, at the Central Kerala Sahodaya Kalotsav - Sargadhvani 2023. The Central Kerala Sahodaya Kalotsav - Sargadhvani 2023, known for its celebration of diverse artistic talents, was significantly enriched by Midhuna's triumph, bringing honor not only to her school but also to her proud parents Mr. Manoj and Mrs. Vineetha Manoj, her brother Madhav and the entire local community. The Central Kerala Sahodaya Kalotsav - Sargadhvani 2023 will forever be remembered as the platform where Midhuna M Nair's exceptional talents took center stage. Her victory is a testimony to the power of dedication, determination, and artistic expression, and the future holds great promise for this young prodigy as she continues to make her mark in the world of classical dance.

  • 18-10-2023

The Nurtury of The Village International School celebrated Navarthri on 18th October. Bommaklou has been arranged in the Hippodrome Activity hall. Celebration is followed by Variety entertainments A significant aspect of Navratri is the display of Bommakolu, which means "Court of Dolls" in the Telugu language. Bommakolu is a display of figurines and dolls representing various mythological characters, deities, and everyday life scenes. These elaborate arrangements are set up on steps or in specially-created stands, and they showcase the rich cultural heritage of India. Navratri spans nine nights and ten days, The nights come alive with devotional songs and traditional dances such as Garba and Dandiya, where people come together to celebrate in a rhythmic and energetic manner. Bommakolu is not just a visual treat; it is also a way of passing down stories and traditions from one generation to another. The Bommakolu display is not merely for aesthetic purposes; it also promotes social interaction and community bonding. People invite guests, neighbors, and friends to their homes to witness the Bommakolu, offering them traditional sweets and snacks. Navratri, which translates to "nine nights," is a festival that is dedicated to the worship of the divine feminine energy, primarily Goddess Durga and her various forms. It is celebrated with immense fervor and enthusiasm in different parts of India and is a time of vibrant colors, music, dance, and spirituality. Navratri and the Bommakolu display are beautiful traditions that embody the spirit of devotion, joy, and togetherness. They are a celebration of our cultural heritage and an opportunity to honor the divine feminine energy.

  • 14-10-2023

The Village International School Inaugurates Radio Village 'The TVIS Radio Club' by Chief Guest RJ Neena and the Media Club inauguration by Idukki Press Club, Thodupuzha. The Village International School, Kumaramangalam, celebrated a momentous occasion on October 7, 2023, with the grand inauguration of 'RADIO VILLAGE-The TVIS Radio Club' and the Media Club. The event witnessed the esteemed presence of Chief Guest RJ Neena, who added a touch of glamour to the festivities. RJ Neena, renowned for her captivating voice and radio presence, officially inaugurated 'The TVIS Radio Club' with a small interview featuring TVIS Alumnus Neethu Naduvathettu. During this interactive session, the duo unveiled the club's logo and presented a live radio broadcast, leaving the audience spellbound. RJ Neena's insightful talk on radio history and her life experiences served as a valuable learning opportunity for the students, inspiring them with her journey in the field. The inauguration ceremony commenced with specially tuned jingles that set the tone for an exciting journey ahead. RJ Neethu shared her experiences at TVIS, emphasizing the importance of discipline and highlighting the various opportunities the school provided, which played a pivotal role in shaping her career. Her motivating words resonated with the juniors present at the event, leaving them inspired and full of aspirations. The event didn't stop there, as 'The Media Club,' a significant addition to the educational landscape initiated by the Idukki Press Club, was also inaugurated. The Media Club aims to nurture the talents of young students in various media-related fields, including photography, videography, and reporting. Sojan Swaraj, President of the Idukki Press Club, and Jaise Vattappillil, Secretary of the Idukki Press Club, inaugurated and unveiled the club's logo, marking the official launch. The event was graced by a multitude of distinguished guests of honor, including: Ms. Angel M. Baby (Mangalam) Mr. Shiyas Basheer (The Indian Express) Mr. P K A Latif, Joint Secretary, Idukki Press Club Mr. Wilson Kalarikal, Treasurer, Idukki Press Club Mr. Lipin K Umman (Reporter Daily) Mr. Sijo Varghese (Media One Idukki) Mr. Alwin Thomas (Reporter Daily) In addition to the esteemed guests, the school's Managing Director, Mr. R K Das Malayattil, Lakshmi Menon, Directress Sudha Das, CEO Ram Malayattil, COO Aravind Malayattil, Principal Zacharias Jacob, Vice Principal Anilkumar M, and other dedicated teaching and non-teaching staff graced the occasion. To commemorate RJ Neena's visit to the school, a specially crafted video song, written by R K Das and performed by Ramesh Murali, was played on a grand screen, adding a touch of musical brilliance to the event. The students of MKNM HSS, alongside the host school, were treated to a valuable session on the intricacies of video journalism, photojournalism, and article writing. This session was conducted by renowned experts in the field of media and communication, leaving the students enriched with knowledge and inspiration. The inauguration of 'The TVIS Radio Club' and 'The Media Club' marked a significant milestone in the school's journey, emphasizing the institution's commitment to holistic education and nurturing young talents in the world of media and communication. The event concluded with a sense of enthusiasm and anticipation for the exciting opportunities that lie ahead for the students.

  • 20-09-2023

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has embarked on a comprehensive series of initiatives aimed at reshaping India's food safety and nutrition landscape. These initiatives are designed to ensure the availability and consumption of safe food and healthy diets among the country's citizens. One of the pivotal programs under this initiative is the "Eat Right School" program. This program has a primary objective of fostering awareness about food safety, nutrition, and hygiene among school children, with the broader aim of extending this awareness to the community at large. Recognizing the influential role that children play in societal change, the FSSAI believes that delivering messages through them can catalyze behavioral change and promote a culture of safe and nutritious eating. Given that dietary habits are often formed early in life, the incorporation of food and nutrition into both the curriculum and extracurricular activities at the school level becomes indispensable. The significance of safe foods and healthy diets is particularly pronounced in light of India's substantial burden of foodborne diseases, under-nutrition, micronutrient deficiencies, and the escalating incidence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as hypertension, diabetes, and cardiovascular ailments. As a part of the "Eat Right India" campaign, a dedicated yoga session was conducted at The Village International School on September 18, 2023, in collaboration with Food Safety, Idukki. Dr. Ragendhu M, Food Safety Officer of the Thodupuzha circle, along with Unnikrishnan C V, led the session by providing instructions to the school's Physical Education Department. Furthermore, as a proactive participant in the campaign, the school registered itself for this initiative. Two teachers were nominated as Health and Wellness Ambassadors and received certification from FSSAI after successfully completing an online examination. To seamlessly integrate these initiatives into the curriculum, FSSAI has curated an extensive repository of content developed by domain experts, catering to both students and teacher training programs. The school has enthusiastically adopted these projects and is actively engaging in the activities outlined in the recommended books for schools, with the invaluable support of its Health and Wellness Ambassadors.

  • 15-08-2023

The Village International School, renowned for its commitment to education and holistic development, commemorated its 18th Founder's Day with an exuberant celebration that brought together students, staff, trustees, and well-wishers. The event, held in a grand fashion, showcased the school's journey of growth and achievement under the visionary leadership of Founder and Managing Director, Mr. R K Das Malayattil. The festive atmosphere was palpable as students, brimming with enthusiasm, presented handcrafted greeting cards to Mr. Malayattil as tokens of gratitude for his dedication and contribution to the institution. The event was graced by esteemed trustee members, friends of the school, and prominent community figures who have supported the institution's growth over the years. Highlighting the artistic talents nurtured within the school, the Art teachers unveiled a meticulously crafted portrait, which was presented to Mr. Malayattil by the school's Principal, Mr. Zacharias Jacob. The portrait stood as a symbol of appreciation for the founder's unwavering commitment to fostering creativity and innovation. The celebration was further elevated by a melodious song composed and performed by the teachers and students, adding a touch of harmony and emotion to the auspicious occasion. The musical prowess, 'Do... Re... Mi...' of the Village Theaters was also showcased in a captivating concert dedicated to the school's founder, acknowledging his pivotal role in shaping the institution's success. Notably, the event also became a platform for recognizing academic excellence. The school felicitated the toppers and centum holders of the CBSE board examinations for the academic year 2022-23, acknowledging their remarkable dedication and diligence in their studies. A surprising highlight of the event was our MD's generous gift to the school—an innovative online learning platform named "Tech-Knowledge-Y Corner." This unique platform offers students the latest updates in Science, Technology, school news, Arts, Sports, word bank, current affairs, life skills, Mathematics, and significant news from newspapers, empowering them with cutting-edge knowledge and insights. The visionary leader's dedication to empowering students with modern tools and resources was met with gratitude and applause from the entire Village Family. The event was graced by the presence of Director Mrs. Sudha Das, CEO Mr. Ramachandran Malayattil, COO Mr. Aravind Malayattil, and their respective family members and friends. Their collective presence added a warm and familial ambience to the celebration, embodying the spirit of togetherness and unity that the institution upholds. The festivities culminated in a sumptuous dinner that brought all attendees together in a convivial atmosphere. As the celebration came to an end, the school community looked back on 18 years of growth, learning, and shared experiences, while eagerly anticipating the future achievements and milestones that lie ahead.

  • 20-06-2023

The Village International School recently organized "Creativa 2023," an exhilarating arts festival aimed at fostering creativity and artistic expression among children, along with imparting essential knowledge. The event, held over three days(20th,21st and 22nd July 2023), came to a grand conclusion with a spectacular performance. The festival commenced with the distinguished cine artist, Ambika Mohan, gracing the occasion and officially inaugurating the three-day extravaganza. In her inspiring inaugural message, Ambika Mohan emphasized the significance of providing opportunities for children to explore their creative talents, as these experiences play a pivotal role in shaping their future lives. The Arts Fest Creativa witnessed enthusiastic participation from 230 children. The event showcased an array of performances and displays that highlighted the participants' artistic prowess and dedication. From music and dance to theater and visual arts, the festival encompassed a diverse range of artistic disciplines. Mr. Zacharias Jacob, the Principal of The Village International School, highlighted the importance of cultivating a new generation with a strong foundation in artistic values. Recognizing the contemporary era's need for well-rounded individuals, the school has integrated arts education into its curriculum, in addition to academic subjects, fostering holistic development among its students. Vice Principal Mr. Anilkumar M expressed pride in the school's emphasis on the arts, which distinguishes it from conventional educational institutions. By nurturing creative expression, the school aims to foster individuals with a deeper appreciation for the arts and the ability to think innovatively. As the festival reached its conclusion, certificates and medals were awarded to the participating children as a testament to their dedication and outstanding performances throughout the event. The joyous atmosphere on the concluding day was a testament to the success of "Creativa 2023" in encouraging and celebrating young talent. The event's success was also attributed to the meticulous planning and coordination by Mrs. Vineetha Manoj, the dedicated coordinator of the Arts Fest. The collaborative efforts of the Head of Sections, including Mrs. Deepa, Mrs. Jimmy, Mrs. Vidhya, Mrs. Tessy, and Mr. Benedict. Guided by the exemplary leadership of Master Brinto K Sabu (Head Boy) and Miss Sandra Saby (Head Girl), the dedicated council members contributed at every stage, from planning to the valedictory function. The School's commitment to promoting artistic endeavors and nurturing creativity in children shines through events like "Creativa 2023." By instilling artistic values alongside knowledge, the school paves the way for a generation of well-rounded individuals with a passion for the arts and a zest for life.

  • 05-06-2023

The Village International School in Kumaramangalam is making a difference in the celebration of Environment Day. Instead of the usual practice of planting tree saplings, the children are preparing fruit orchards for birds and animals in collaboration with Birds Club International. Approximately 100 fruit tree saplings were planted within the school premises. Through this project, children can develop environmental awareness and a love for nature. In addition, the school library has prepared the "Orboot Earth" app to provide world knowledge to the children. This app allows children to learn about the environment and living things in countries around the world. The application will provide detailed information about any country and the children can explore it using a specially designed globe. The planting of fruit trees was inaugurated by the School Managing Director, R. K. Das. School Principal Zacharias Jacob, Jose Mathew Kochukudi, and Vice Principal Anilkumar M were present at the event. Jose Mathew Kochukudi formally launched the Orboot Earth application, while School Principal Zacharias Jacob delivered the Environment Day message. Various art programs were also staged by the children during the function held in the school auditorium.

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