About Us

Welcome to Vig Elite School

Vig Elite School, known as VES, is an English medium co-education esteemed institution with classes Nur. To Std. VIII. This school was established on 9th October 2009. Vig Elite Fraternity aims at education students irrespective of their caste, creed and social status, It lays stress on all round development of the students providing them a healthy atmosphere to flourish in we believe in we believe in imparting education to the students of the rural back-ground to uplift their upbringing and groom according to the modern standards VES has adopted the Montessori method of preschool education. The school appoints Montessori trained teachers of proven ability and temperament to take care of the little ones and to initiate them into learning by doing:-


“The discovery of the powers of the child is the most important discovery humanity has ever made and uncovers the very roots of our life”


It works on principles underlying the development of all children, stressing the need to change their attitudes about children and their treatment. The curriculum is focused on the process and issues of science, the study of ‘life, the laws and structure of the universe, and how humanity has struggled throughout history to put our understanding to practical use. At the same time, we seek to captivate the mind of each child and fill them with a sense of wonder at the grandeur of the universe, the simple beauty of the physical laws, and the miracle of life to inspire within a child deep sense of the philosophy science as the process through which humanity has built up our little store of knowledge-asking questions, observing systematically, collecting and analysing data, and controlled experiments is to prepare the child for lifetime of learning.

About Us

Vig Elite School, known as VES, is an English medium co-education esteemed institution with classes Nur. To Std. VIII. This school was established on 9th October 2009.

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TEACHERS

87

STUDENTS

12

CLASSROOMS

45

LABS

Our Staff

Andrew Tompson

Lecture

Carolyn Stone

Lecture

Adam Lobster

Lecture

Christina

Principal