Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which knowledge, skills and wisdom are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training and research. This happens through any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels or acts.

Gandhiji said, “Education is all round drawing out of the best in child and man–body mind and spirit”. On the same lines, VGS too focuses on the development of the Intellectual, Emotional, Social and Spiritual domain of the children.

VGS stands for dedication, commitment and excellence. The school strives for imparting quality education and developing young ones to become human man with a strong foundation of values and culture. It is our goal to see that the education provided in the school is aligned with the vision, mission and objectives of the school. Our efforts are planned in such a way that it provides a dynamic educational experience, keeping in mind the challenging and changing needs of the society.

The school is committed to provide a safe and secure environment where students enjoy learning and explore their hidden potentialities. The environment at VGS provides children with opportunities to learn and develop. Children are encouraged to develop their individual talents and perform their responsibility in life and society with confidence, courage and determination. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education and enriches its teaching-learning style by adopting a curriculum that is latest in the field of Education. The curriculum at VGS is logical, value based, life oriented and skill focused. We, at VGS ensure that our children not only get the best of education but also explore their hidden talents and develop them to the maximum potential. Curricular and co-curricular activities, both are given due and equal importance for the all round growth and development of the children.

Salient Features

  • International School Award by British Council
  • Well adapted CBSE Curriculum Frame Work
  • XSEED Curriculum from Nursery to Grade 5
  • Digital Classrooms
  • State of the Art Classrooms and Laboratories
  • Exposure to Robotics
  • Continuous Faculty Enrichment Programmes
  • Regular external academic audits for quality assurance
  • International Benchmark Testing (IBTs) by Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
  • Gurukul Culture and vedic chants
  • Yoga, Games and Sports for fitness
  • Value Education Curriculum adapted from Satya Sai Education in human values (SSEHV)
  • Exposure to Internationalism through British Council approved Activities