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International meet

The Indian High School, invited RS schools from South Asia and the Gulf, Africa, Europe and the Mediterranean regions to participate in DXBMUN, an international Model United Nations conference, held in Dubai, from Wednesday 26th April to Monday 1st May 2017. 16 Students from VKIS attended the conference with outstanding success, bagging 7 awards.

Supporting the Round Square IDEALS, the conference incorporated significant training in the MUN skill set for all who are new to MUN, which simulated the work of United Nations and included the use of diplomatic language during debate and formulating resolutions.

DXBMUN promoted student leadership, for experienced delegates, from all participating schools and delivered a highly professional student run conference featuring 10 committees.

The highlight of the conference was the key note speaker, Ms.DeepaMallik at the opening ceremony. She inspired the audience with vignettes of her life and delivered valuable learning through her personal experiences. Her mission: ‘Ability beyond Disability’ was the powerful message that resounded among the 400 odd participants. Summing up her varied experiences Ms.Mallik reiterated "Disability brought my life into focus” This statement found an echo in every heart. An army man’s wife, mother of two, a restaurateur with a social cause, a former beauty queen, an accomplished swimmer on the international platform and now an avid biker; Deepa Malik wears a multitude of hats and firmly refuses to let that her disability get her down . Malik became a wheelchair user in 1999. Most recently, she became the first paraplegic to participate in the grueling Tour-de-Himalaya Car Rally.

Sports events

The Core Sporting activities include Basketball, Football, Cricket, Judo and Taekwondo. Apart from Cricket, which is available only to boys in the school, all the other Core Sporting activities are offered to both girls and boys from age Under-6 to Under-19.

The Core Sporting activity sessions are planned for students with advanced skills and are conducted 2-3 times a week for 1 to 2 hours depending on the sport. These rigorous training sessions focus on tactics and on enhancing performance through advanced skills.

The Heads along with the Physical Education Department, the parent and the student chalk out the goal towards excellence. The Class teachers constantly monitor the child’s academic progress during the time when she/ he is absent from class for a long period whilst preparing and participating in competitions.

Culturals

Students are selected to participate in the core activity groups based on aptitude, effort and commitment. Participation in core activity groups is voluntary but students are expected to commit to regular attendance. Participation in core activity groups would entail students spending extra hours of practice beyond regular school hours. The 'core' activity groups for non-sporting activities' are Robotics, Indian and Western music (both vocal and instrumental), Dance, Drama and Model United Nations.

Indian Music & Dance

Students are selected to participate in the core activity groups based on aptitude, effort and commitment. Participation in core activity groups is voluntary but students are expected to commit to regular attendance. Participation in core activity groups would entail students spending extra hours of practice beyond regular school hours. The 'core' activity groups for non-sporting activities' are Robotics, Indian and Western music (both vocal and instrumental), Dance, Drama and Model United Nations.

Western Music Vocal & Instrumental

Learning to play an instrument involves much more than the voice or fingers playing an instrument; it taps into multiple skill sets, teaches one to be organized, enhances perseverance and coordination as well as a host of other benefits.

Robotics

The Robotics club is an ongoing Co-curricular and core activity led by students and supervised by dedicated professionals and science teachers. In 2013, we started the academic robotics programme as a core activity for interested students. Here the students are prepared on three different modules for a dedicated 60 hours per year. This would prepare them to participate in several robotics Olympiads and encourage self- learning while also staying in touch with the growing technical knowledge in the field. School provides these students with a number of kits and the activity is very popular among all secondary school students even if they are not too inclined towards the sciences.

Technicals

Interest Fairs

Young Explorers' Fairs at the lower primary level, Interest Fairs at the upper primary level and Science Fairs at the secondary school level are held annually. The Interest Fairs and Young Explorers' Fairs are based on the premise that not all kids love Science but all kids love something! There are many advantages to these fairs, because in them there are many more options. These fairs encourage students to delve deep into concepts that arouse their curiosity. They provide participants an opportunity to investigate their favourite areas and share them with the school community. Every Interest Fair and Young Explorers' Fair is a learning experience for both the students and the teachers involved.

BOOK FAIR

The School hosts a Book Fair every year in which leading publishers take part. Parents and students are invited to participate and make use of this excellent opportunity and buy a variety of useful publications. The book fair provides a unique platform for developing good reading habits and raising awareness about the importance of books in our daily lives as a store-house of knowledge.

Science Fair

Science Fairs give students an opportunity to individually investigate a scientific problem. Students complete individual or team projects in which they are required to formulate a question, research a topic, design an experiment, collect and analyze data, and form a conclusion based on their work. These projects help students learn the scientific method by actually going through almost the same process that scientists use. Students also learn how to sequence data into an attractive display and how to make a clear and effective oral presentation of their work. Judged on creative ability, scientific thought, thoroughness and clarity, the top 20 projects are entered for the state level Intel Science Fair competitions.

Art Exhibition

The annual VKIS Art Exhibition showcases the dialectical relation between students and their everyday contexts. Students work in various media like pencil sketch, painting, sculptures with clay and plaster, print making like mono prints, etching and serigraphy, pottery and textile dyeing. The Art exhibition is a testimony to their blossoming imagination as well as a critical and intensely personal record of themselves in relation to the world. In every child, it prompts a process of reflection and evaluation; encourages them to challenge their own creative and cultural expectations and boundaries.

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