Primary Education has been identified as the most crucial stage in the education of a child. The aim of the VINS primary school is to provide a sound foundation in the development of a child’s personality and his /her understanding of good and bad.

We recognize the twenty-first century demands of high standards of linguistic ability and we help our students acquire the linguistic competence required in various life situations. We designed an inviting primary school environment to which they look forward to coming every day to learn.



AGE: 5 Years completed as on 30th September.


  • Child centered curriculum
  • NCERT Syllabus.
  • Activity based learning
  • Play way method of learning for cognitive development.
  • Group activities leading to develop interpersonal skills, social & emotional development.
  • Teaching Values
  • Inculcating general knowledge
  • Computer literacy- Individual Computers for students to learn and experiment with
  • Yoga for health of the body and harmony of mind.
  • Drawing for creative expression of visual art.
  • Art work for magical expression.
  • Music an indication of mood, spirit, character
  • Dance tool for creativity with young children
  • Skating to improve the motor skill of the student to an greater extent
  • Chess for better brain function and improved memory
  • Swimming the better cognitive function
  • Exclusive play area -Multi play Station with innovative fun time systems for blossoms to improve their physique.
  • Loud reading
  • motivational talks
  • Counseling of students
  • Parent–Teacher meetings
  • Parental Care through Love and Affection.
  • Embedded lifelong learning in the way we teach our Children
  • Laboratories with requisite instruments and equipment
  • Avenues for cultural events
  • Continuous improvement of quality of teaching by Providing additional training to teachers
  • Supporting teachers with modern teaching aids, tools and methodologies -- like smart classrooms and digital course content
  • Designed to get the desired learning outcomes
  • Number of students in each class is 30
  • Monitoring academic progress and thorough assessment to focus on areas that need improvement.
  • Quality of teaching and teachers
  • Constant electric supply
  • Use of technology

A Regular Day


Students of Grades 1 to 5 begin their day at 9: 10 a.m. and disperse at 4:05 p.m.


The children of the primary begin their day with an assembly 20 minutes at least every day, which gives every child an opportunity to shed his/her inhibitions and exhibit his/her talents. Students gather to perform a common song, prayer, and to receive common announcements with Principal's Message / Speech. Assembly is the Forum for special presenters of educational, health, or safety materials, or for school plays, talent shows, Quiz, General Knowledge, Special Speech etc.


The range of subjects offered here includes:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Language(Tamil / Hindi/Malayalam)
  • Environmental Studies
  • Computer Science
  • Value Education
  • General Knowledge
  • Art & Craft
  • Drawing
  • Yoga
  • Sports
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Skating
  • Chess
  • Swimming

Careful thought has gone into identifying a variety of domains. The objective is to be able to strike a balance between academic, art and sports activities. Both sport and non- sports activities are offered as part of this programme.

Dance and Yoga have several physical and emotional benefits for children. The movement and stillness of the two skills corroborate rather than contradict each other. Speech and Drama builds confidence and develops language and communicative skill, besides reinforcement of the rest of the school curriculum.

Physical Education develops sports skills and creates health awareness. Our curriculum offers students the opportunity to discover and develop their physical potential through a balanced and progressive programme of physical activities. Exposure to team and individual sports develops students' competence and confidence to take part in a range of physical activities and encourages a sense of team spirit, and individual effort and accomplishment.


The curriculum followed in the primary school aims at:

  • Building and reinforcing students’ sense of identity and cultural awareness
  • Stimulating curiosity and inquiry in order to foster a spirit of discovery and enjoyment of learning
  • Equipping students with the skills to learn and acquire knowledge, individually or collaboratively, and to apply these skills and knowledge accordingly across a broad range of areas.
  • Encouraging diversity and flexibility in teaching methods
  • Providing appropriate forms of assessment and benchmarking.

Thus it aims at developing learners into being:

  • Inquirers
  • Knowledgeable
  • Thinkers
  • Communicators
  • Principled
  • Open-minded
  • Caring
  • Risk-takers
  • Balanced
  • Reflective
  • Think positive to stay focused
  • Stay resilient
  • Make time to read
  • Time management.
  • Find time to relax.
  • Strive for excellence
  • Build good study habits


Students of primary school are encouraged to participate in a lot of extracurricular activities. Ample opportunities are offered to them in the form of Class Day celebrations, Festivals related programmes, Annual Day celebrations and Sports Day celebrations. These programmes are offered to the students throughout the academic year at regular intervals.

The backbone of our learnt curriculum is authentic assessments, which require students to apply new knowledge and skills in a practical way. The learning objectives are clearly stated throughout the curriculum and help students achieve the outcomes as a result of the education provided to them.


  • There are four Periodic Assessments conducted for Grades Ito V. They are also assessed based on the class test conducted by the subject teachers after completion of a lesson.
  • Periodic Written Test is restricted to four in each subject in an Academic Year. Average of the best two tests is being taken for final marks submission
  • There are 4 periodic assessment exams and two term examination conducted throughout the year-Term I and Term II.
  • Regularity, Assignment completion, Neatness and upkeep of note book are assessed for internal marks.
  • Subject Enrichment Activities and Learning Enhancement Activities such as Speaking and listening Skills, Practical works, Project works, other creative works are also assessed for internals.
  • Discipline of the students is also assessed.
  • Grades are awarded for good performances in Sports and/or Arts activities.
  • Eligibility for promotion is based on the performance in the tests/exams conducted during the academic year. There will be no retest for any of the term examinations

Being one of the best CBSE schools in Kanyakumari District, VINS School of Excellence [CBSE] ensures that the students engage in field trips, excursions, Group activities, projects and presentations that provide experiential learning opportunities. Our curriculum enables and encourages learning differentiation, as it provides opportunities for teachers to adapt the curriculum to suit the individual students in their classes.


In order to foster a healthy competitive spirit and to create a sense of belonging, all students are divided into four Houses. Each House has student and teacher representatives. The Inter House competitions are conducted with a view to promote learning, entertainment and awareness. Merit certificates and trophies are awarded to the winners and House points are determined based on points awarded throughout the year. The houses provide not only an increased feeling of identity and belonging; they also provide students with a sense of tradition and abundant leadership opportunities.

  • Honourable Dr. M.G.R - Blue - Sky is the limit
  • Mahatma Gandhi - Yellow - Peace with prosperity
  • Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam - Green - Acme the goal
  • Pandit. Jawaharlal Nehru - Red - Pinnacle of success

Each House is governed by a House Captain, Vice-Captain and a Junior Captain. The benefits of the School House System include:

  • The system is inclusive of all learners and includes sporting, academic and artistic endeavours.
  • Promotes positive self-esteem, self-identity, belonging, integrity and pride amongst all students.
  • Peer support to help promote positive mental health.
  • Promotion of student responsibility and student voice team work, cooperation, communication, leadership skills.
  • Constant and consistent encouragement for students to achieve their best.
  • Develop a common goal between school staff and students.


To give students an opportunity to showcase their inherent talents and also prepare them for intra school competitions, various club activities are conducted throughout the year. Club activities not only help students shape their personal interests and hobbies but also improve their leadership and social skills.

Eco club in schools will empower students to participate and take up meaningful environmental activities and projects. It is a forum through which students can reach out to influence, engage their parents and neighborhood communities to promote sound environmental behavior.


  • To conserve the natural environment
  • To create Eco Friendly environment
  • To create awareness of biodiversity conversation and local environmental issues among children
  • To motivate the students to keep their surroundings green and clean by undertaking plantation of trees.
  • To promote culture of conservation of water by minimizing the use of water
  • To maintain cleanliness in and around the school campus
  • To educate students to create awareness amongst public and sanitary workers. So as to stop the indiscriminate dumping and burning of waste which causes respiratory diseases.
  • To develop a general interest in science
  • To develop interest in scientific hobbies.
  • To encourage individuals and group activities
  • To develop in children sense of healthy competition


  • Organizing Debates seminars symposia etc
  • Science exhibition and Fair
  • Celebrating birthdays of eminent scientists
  • Preparing of charts postures models etc
  • Developing school garden
  • Displaying science news
  • Planting and growing trees and plants
  • Managing a First aid squad
  • Essay competition
  • Publishing school science magazine
  • Science Quiz.
  • Science Library
  • Preparing science album
  • Collection of medicinal plants.
  • Rally
  • Slogan writing
  • Debate
  • Group Discussion about Rain water harvesting water conservation
  • Cleaning Drive
  • Best out of waste
  • Training programmes
  • Celebration of Eco Friendly Days
  • Eco tour
  • Walk to school campaign
  • Visit to nature park
  • Anti cracker campaign
  • Cleaning schools
  • Newspaper publishing
  • Campaign against banned carry bags use of loudspeakers banned Fireworks recycling of glass and metals
  • Improvising and preparing handmade apparatus
  • Science Quiz
  • Drawing
  • Chart posture presentation

Mathematics club extend learning beyond the limits of the classroom. Mathematics clubs may meet during school hours, their activities may often extend to out of school hours at home in the laboratory, in the field etc .Math Club is a bunch of student getting together to play with math. Children are given opportunity to play games using math to create works of art, or make up puzzles and riddles that use math as part of the education.


  • To develop students level of maths skills and knowledge
  • To improve and bring out the hidden mathematical talents of the students
  • To promote enthusiasm and interest in mathematics among the students
  • To provide a platform for discussing new methods of learning and teaching mathematics
  • Appreciate the usefulness power and beauty of mathematics
  • To develop mathematical curiosity and use inductive and deductive reasoning when solving problems
  • Become confident in using mathematics to analyze and solve problems both in schools and in real life situations
  • Develop the knowledge skills and attitudes necessary to pursue further studies in maths.
  • Activities
  • Calendar strips
  • Mobius strips
  • Kakuro puzzles
  • Pishape puzzle
  • Mayar numbers
  • Million Dollar problem
  • Handshake problem
  • Brain teasers
  • Organizing debates seminars symposia etc
  • Maths exhibition
  • Maths Quiz
  • Maths library
  • Celebrating birthdays of great mathematician
  • Visiting other schools maths club
  • Publishing school maths magazine
  • Maths riddle
  • Bee- Bots
  • Egg experiment
  • Creating a cube with different colour
  • Creating different shapes with different colour
  • Capacity activities
  • Maths club Flags
  • Tangrams
  • Sudoku
  • Paper aeroplanes
  • Aptitude questions
  • General maths formular
  • Number games
  • Round the Block
  • Bouncing sums
  • Straw poll
  • Number builders



  • The club focuses on extracting the hidden talent of the students in the field of information technology
  • To improve and enhance the technical skill set of the students by collaborating the club with leading software industries
  • To mould students for industry ready expertise by organizing various technical activities
  • To create computer awareness among the students
  • To prepare the students for the competitive world
  • To ensure the proper utilization of the technology
  • To make the people aware about the latest technological trends
  • To loverage ICT tools
  • To sensitize students with responsible uses of internet and technology
  • To create Robotics technology awareness among the students


  • Coding projects: using different languages
  • Robotics and robotics competitions
  • Coding competitions
  • Making and hosting a website
  • Mini –lectures and discussions
  • Software use: Google technologies ,Google maps Google earth
  • Programming
  • Hardware design
  • Networks
  • Graphics
  • Databases and information retrieval
  • Computer security
  • Clay animation
  • Digital image Editing
  • Server Administration
  • Web Designing
  • Audio Editing
  • Video conferences
  • Game Designing
  • Animation
  • Annual symposium
  • Workshops
  • Robotics competitions
  • App Designing
  • Computer painting

Heritage Club in the school is about discovering the culture and heritage of our country as well as other heritage sites around the world. Heritage Club is also an attempt to understand all aspects that makes the identity of our Indian civilization or any other civilization in the world. Children are given opportunities to sing the National Song, learn about National symbols, National festivals, Musical instruments, Functions of Panchayat and Election, Processes of Disaster Management, Different forms of Transport.


  • To understand who and what we are
  • To take pride on the unique diversity of India’s cultural identify.
  • To take care for the past so as to create a better future.
  • To give an exciting dimension to learning.
  • To bring history and social science curriculum for the students through active learning and doing.
  • To encourage we children to learn about national heritage as well as gain exposure to different heritage around the country.
  • To promote awareness of and involvement in heritage to inculcate a respect for diversity tolerance mutual understanding patience in our children.


  • Learning a craft
  • Heritage radio programmer
  • Making of films on culture and heritage
  • Quiz
  • Organizing debates, seminars, symposia
  • Heritage walks in historical areas of cities
  • Nature walk to local park towns areas of bio- diversity
  • Site visits to museums and archeological sites
  • Celebrating festivals
  • Field trip
  • Chart work and pasture presentation
  • Stamp collection
  • Coin collection
  • Biography and history of world leaders
  • Group discussion about world war I and II
  • Map work
  • Current affairs
  • Discussion about universe
  • Heritage museum
  • Art of waste
  • Cleaning programme
  • General discussion about pollution
  • Flags
  • Capitals of country states district
  • Traffic Rules and symbols
  • Debate
  • Celebrating important Days
  • Good values
  • Leadership

An English language club is a place for English learners to use English outside the classroom setting for the love of language and its promotion. In the English club, the students have the chance to enhance different skills in English in a variety of topics and creativity galore at Vins English club. English Club organised various activities to enhance the speaking skills, and to inculcate confidence in the students of Primary School. Various activities like Debates, Plays, and Extempore etc are held. The students actively participant in these, and show a lot of enthusiasm.


  • To inculcate among students a flair for the language and enhance their literary skills.
  • To induce reading habit in students.
  • To encourage students to become orators and display their intellectual , independent thinking skills and imbibe a sense of confidency.
  • To develop analytical and creative thinking skills.
  • To develop speaking skills.
  • To develop writing skills.
  • To develop different perspectives of appreciation for literature in the students.
  • To encourage the students skills for creative writing and expression.
  • To introduce them to the literatures of various languages.
  • To enhance their thought and speech through group discussions and interactive sessions.


  • Poetry presentation
  • Short story presentation
  • Article presentation
  • Know the writer
  • Debate
  • Elocution
  • Essay writing
  • Cursive writing
  • Extempore
  • Poem recitation
  • Prepare mini pocket dictionary
  • Sentence making
  • Conversation practice
  • Cross words and puzzles
  • Narration
  • Vocabulary enrichment
  • Drama
  • Role play
  • Books reading
  • Reading corner
  • Grammar practice
  • Letter writing
  • Phonetic sounds
  • Radio listening
  • Dictation words
  • Chart, posture presentation
  • Word games
  • Mono act
  • Preparation of wall magazines
  • Publication of handwritten magazine on special occasions
  • Conduct of reading sessions.

Tamil Club is created with an objective to motivate the students in the active learning process of Tamil Language and to inculcate the habit of being exposed to the rich TAMIL Literature.Children are given opportunities to show case the talents in Debate, Drama, Creating Advertisements, etc., and also motivate the Students to participate in Oratorical, Poem Writing and Essay Writing competitions.


  • மருவி வரும் தமிழ்ச் சொற்களை கண்டறிந்து கலைச்சொல் அகராதி தயாரித்தல்.
  • .மாணவர்களின் படைப்பாற்றலை வளர்த்தல்.
  • .சிந்தனைத் திறனை அதிகரிக்க பயிற்சி அளித்தல்.
  • நல்லொழுக்கத்துடன் வாழ வழிகாட்டுதல்
  • .நாளிதழில் மாணவர்களின் படைப்புகள் வெளிவர வைத்தல்
  • பிழையின்றி எழுத பயிற்சி அளித்தல்
  • பேச்சுத்திறன், புரிதல் திறன் மற்றும் நாடக திறனை வளர்த்தல்
  • சொற்போர் நடத்துதல்
  • . நாட்டுப்புற பாடல்கள், கதைகள் போன்றவற்றை வழக்கத்தில் கொண்டு வருதல்
  • .புலவர்களின் வரலாறு சொல்லுதல்
  • ஆங்கில சொற்களுக்கு இணையான தமிழ் சொற்களை கண்டறிந்து பயன்படுத்துதல்


  • பேச்சுப்போட்டி பயிற்சி
  • கட்டுரைப்போட்டி பயிற்சி
  • கவிதைப் போட்டி பயிற்சி
  • நாடகப் பயிற்சி
  • பழமொழிகள் சொல்லுதல்
  • சிறுகதை எழுதுதல்
  • பட்டிமன்றம்
  • செய்தி வாசித்தல்
  • செய்யுள் ஒப்புவித்தல்
  • தமிழ் புலவர்களின் வரலாறு சொல்லுதல்
  • விடுகதை சொல்லுதல்
  • புதிர் கதைகள் சொல்லுதல்
  • குறுக்கெழுத்துப் புதிர்
  • நாட்டுப்புறப்பாடல்கள் பயிற்சி
  • திருக்குறள் பயிற்சி
  • உரையாடல் பயிற்சி
  • தமிழ் அகராதி தயாரித்தல்
  • ஆங்கிலத்தை தமிழில் மொழிபெயர்த்தல்
  • தமிழ் அறிஞர்களின் வரலாறு அறிதல்
  • கருத்தரங்கம் நடத்துதல்
  • விவாதமேடை
  • ஆங்கில சொற்களுக்கு தமிழில் பொருள் சொல்லுதல்
  • இலக்கணப் பயிற்சி
  • எழுத்து பயிற்சி
  • பிழையின்றி எழுதுதல்


Life is full of matters, no time for us to exercise it, that is why now days, it has become a need for us to do some exercise for which is good for mind and body. Every morning 15 minutes of warming up is said with counts.

Physical education provides cognitive content and instruction designed to develop motor skills, knowledge, and behaviors for physical activity and physical fitness. Vins School established physical education curriculum which facilitates students with the ability and confidence to be physically active for lifetime. NCERT Physical Education syllabus is followed.

High-quality physical education programs are characterized by (1) instruction by certified physical education teachers, (2) a minimum of 200 minutes per week (40 minutes per day) for children in primary school. Students are more physically active on days on which they have physical education. Quality physical education has strong support from both parents and child health professional organizations. Several models and examples demonstrate that physical education scheduled during the school day is feasible on a daily basis.


A distinct Multi Play station designed which is manufactured with quality raw materials in strict compliance with the international quality standards with prime motto for safety and Security. Children like to play outside. They prefer complicated games with high-level of difficulty and games with hard opponents. In a multi play station, various players can play speedily in the same game. Multiplayer games let one play against or supportively with their friends. It will also boost players to work together and sharpen their team talents to win games. This provides the attributes of fresh air, exercise, and sunlight that one can get from conventional play.

We have maintained the multi play station with inclusive play equipments including basket swings, merry go rounds, roller table, bow bridge ,sliders, elephant climber, elephant slider, mountain climber, variety of swing sets, sensory play elements, Dragonfly seater, and so on.

Improves communication skills: Children will be able to develop their language skills as they play. Kids can freely express their joy towards peers especially with new friends at the playground. Children would easily mingle with peers at the PlayStation as there is ample space to include multiple kids at each of the play equipment. The playground is an ideal platform where kids recognize their potential. The inclusive parks encourage social life as kids of all abilities come under one roof.

Emotional development: We do provide the ideal environment to boost their creative skills and encourage imagination. The happy environment can improve their mood and kids will be happy to take part in group play. The right play equipment at the right age would help their intellectual side.

Physical development: Children at the playground are like the wind on a snowy evening. They go random as they please. The freedom that kids get at a playground cannot be beaten by any other place. The frequent activities including running, jumping, hopping, climbing etc have equal benefits like taking work out at the gym. The multi-activity play station encourages children to move more often. As children grow, their physical activities help them to attain fine motor skills, as well as body coordination.

Intellectual benefits: Creative play fosters mental growth. With our pretend-play equipment, children learn a lot about the bigger world. Playgrounds are the best classrooms where kids learn to cooperate and support each other. Here kids learn the basic lessons for an effective social life.


A festival is an occasion of enjoyment and celebration which promotes social interaction and harmony

For students, it is a great way to understand the rich heritage of India and learn about the importance of various festivals. Along with enthusiasm and fun for the activities, qualities like sensitivity, creativity and togetherness are also inculcated in the students. Keeping its values intact, our school wishes to offer the right kind of educational system which is based on moral ethics. The school also believes that education will allow the child to bloom, blossom and thrive, giving them the right platform where they will work towards becoming a responsible citizen.


At Vins School of Excellence, we believe that the school is an important part of the community. The school thrives because of the community, and for the benefit of the community. Hence, we conduct events wherein children can learn through multiple interactions with the community and the community also benefits through the efforts & interactions with our children and staff. The different stakeholders in the school community include the children of different classes, teachers, parents & children's families, and non-academic staff members. As part of our efforts to inculcate in students the appreciation of respect for India's rich heritage and diversity, and also to reinforce in them national pride and respect for all, the school celebrates a number of functions.



Vins school of Excellence Children hold regular open exhibitions of their project work & perspectives done in the school. The purpose of such community exhibitions is to share children's thoughts, skills & work with the larger community in order to inspire them and spread certain messages. Exhibitions are strictly organized to give the student exposure and appreciation for their faculties. Arts and painting, Art out of waste, Science EXPO exhibitions are the most celebrated occasions. The school management makes all arrangements. Such school celebrations are meant to encourage the children and bring out the talent hidden in them.


Reading promotes brain development, imagination and teaches a reader about language and emotions. Developing a love for books and reading is the key to opening up the minds and hearts of children.

Book Fair, The two-day event Book Fair is organized once in every year. The event calendar is filled with an array of activities over these two days, including some friendly competitions, a bookstore stocked with collection of books for children and adults, and many other activities through which children and adults can delve into their passion for quality literature and reading.


The school Annual Day celebrations are much looked forward to by students, our team and parent community alike. The Annual Day is an occasion to recognize and celebrate students' unique talents and achievements, and further strengthen our bond with our parent community.


This is an annual whole-school event celebrating the power of sports, health and fitness, where each child of the school participates. The winners receive special certificates, medals and trophies. We believe that every form of participation should be acknowledged and structured. As children grow older, they learn to handle competition emotionally without hampering their self-confidence and motivation to perform/participate.


At Vins School of Excellence, we believe in constantly working towards our mission of creating global leaders of tomorrow by giving them exposure and opportunities today. The election of the student council is one such valuable life lesson for students. The Investiture Ceremony is the culminating event of the entire process, during which members of the Student Council take their oath as office bearers in the presence of their school mates, teachers and other members of the school community.


This event is the single most illustrious event that establishes a relationship between the educators and the parents. In the normal working days, schools normally do not encourage frequent parent-teacher meets. After the exams, once the results are ready parents are invited to meet the teachers to discuss about their wards performance. It is on this day that the parents can enquire about the children and the teachers provide the feedback about the children for the sound development of the students.


Picnics and excursion trips arranged by the school are also very entertaining for the students. It gives them opportunities to initiate social interactions and group formation. It’s a pure outing and students are very much excited to spend time out of the campus.


Apart from the major events, Vins School of Excellence children engage in a variety of celebrations throughout the year that help them build cultural & social values, while instilling a sense of togetherness.

Some of the festivals, national and international days celebrated at Vins School of Excellence school include -

  • Pongal
  • Gandhi Jeyanthi
  • Republic Day
  • Independence Day
  • Teacher's Day
  • Abdul Kalams Birthday
  • Onam
  • Diwali
  • Children's Day
  • Christmas
  • Founder's Day
  • Innovation Day
  • Mothers Day
  • Father’s day
  • Grandparents Day
  • Yoga Day
  • National Youth Day
  • National Literacy Day


The physical arrangement of Primary classrooms has a sense of organization viewed as reflective of a child-centered approach. Primary Classroom layout has such a big impact on the students' experiences and learning in the classroom. This promotes a student-centered atmosphere. Class rooms are furnished with

  • Comfortable Wooden furniture
  • A teacher table and chair.
  • Pencils, colour pencils, sketch pens, erasers, markers, coloured chalks, Board Pins and variety of papers
  • Children’s Scribbling board
  • Teachers green board
  • Teachers white board
  • Teachers Display boards
  • Students Display boards
  • Bookshelves
  • Cupboards
  • Lunch rack
  • Teacher's desk at the back, allows space to work while keeping an eye on students.
  • Notice Board


  • The School Library
  • Reading Room
  • Multi-purpose Hall
  • Indoor Sports rooms
  • Multi play station
  • Spacious well-ventilated classrooms with fans, lights
  • Conducive environment for learning
  • Smart class rooms
  • Digital content
  • Interactive LED
  • Individual labs
  • Language labs
  • Individual computers
  • Athletic fields& playgrounds
  • Art & Craft room
  • Music Room
  • Chess Room
  • Dance Room
  • Yoga room
  • Multi media room
  • Amphitheater
  • Cafeteria
  • Dining Hall
  • Infirmary
  • Skating ground
  • Swimming pool
  • 3D STEM installed audio Visual Rooms
  • Class rooms with moving green and white writing boards