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Extra Curricular and Co – Curricular Activities

Co – curricular activities

Co – curricular activities, previously known as extracurricular activities. This policy was introduced by the ministry of education as a means to enhance social interaction, leadership, healthy recreation, self – discipline and self confidence. Most uniformed groups require precision, management and organizational skills, providing training to prepare students for the outside world.

Hobbies and Clubs

It aims to embrace and develop various beneficial hobbies for students our VVMS is committed to the co-curricular involvement of all students and to development and recognition of student leaders. We believe that participation in school activities develops skills, provides direction in soul setting and contributes ultimately to a positive school climate.

Hiking and Trekking

We often heard the terms hiking and trekking used interchangeably. We all know they are both outdoor recreational activities. Trekking is also a long journey be undertaken on foot in area where there are usually no means of transport available. It is usually done on uncharted paths in challenging environment which are likely to be hilly or mountainous.

Scouting and Guiding

The scouts and Guides is a voluntary, non – political, educational movement for young people open to all without distinction of origin race or creed, in accordance with the purpose, principles and methods conceived by the founder Lord Baden Powell in 1907. It is a movement that aims to support young people in their physical, mental and spiritual development that they may play constructive roles in society with a strong focus on the outdoors and survival skills. Three cheers to our guides as they enthusiastically participated in road safety awareness.

Tamil Club

The Tamil Literacy Association aims to implement the students the importance and the rich legacy of the traditional language. Traditional dances and dramas are performed to bring out the value of education. The association strives hard to bring up great orators and drama for the future.

English club

The English literacy association highlighted its commitment in enabling the students to tap their talents and the hidden potentials. A thought provoking speech was given by a student enlightening the gathering regarding the importance of the English language. It conducted a number of different competitions such as poetry writing, elocution, spell bee, essay writing and debate and so on.

Science club

The club organized various programmes to quench the students thirst of scientific knowledge and technology. The members of the club attended various seminars to enrich the minds updating themselves with the upcoming developments of the scientific world.

Social club

The principle aim of the association is to instill patriotic fervor in the minds of the students and encourage them to join hands in eradicating the evils of the society. The members of the association had the greatest opportunity to exhibit their dramatic skills.