Campus:

SVIS Key 5:

The key factors that help a student reach their potential are definitely our Key 5 i.e. Effort, Behaviour, Class work, Homework and Academic Excellence. Our prime motto is to provide a holistic development for every child. Students are given House Points based on the Key 5 every week. The house which earns the highest points is rewarded in return.

Care And Well-Being Of Pupils:

At SVIS, we believe in promoting students’ personal and social development and fostering positive attitudes within them. This is done through the quality of teaching and learning; through the nature of  the relationships amongst students, teachers and parents; through the specific pastoral and homeroom systems. Pastoral care assists students to develop positive self-esteem, goal setting and negotiation, enhancing their strengths and other protective factors contributing to their resiliency as well as developing a sense of social cohesion that together can improve their overall health and wellbeing.

We have carefully developed a culture of wellbeing and recognized the need to plan for it. Students have opportunities to show leadership and have their opinions heard and acted on. Teachers strive towards creating an atmosphere where students feel happy and are at ease to share their views, ideas and grievances if any.

The House System:

The House System is designed in SVIS to embody the values and ethos of the school and aims to be an integral part of our school community. The efficient management of a school depends upon the quality of the House system functioning in the school. A House consists of a group of children effectively led by a responsible teacher (House Master/House Mistress) who acts as a parent, guide, philosopher and friend for every member of the House. A House inherently provides a family atmosphere helping the child to become physically fit, socially adjusted, emotionally balanced and morally upright.

House System Objectives in SVIS:

  • To provide a smooth transition from home life to school life for all students.
  • To develop situation, which fulfill the social and emotional needs of the children.
  • To help socialization of pupils to integrate themselves well into corporate life.
  • To inculcate the sense of responsibility to take his tasks in life earnestly and discharge they well.
  • To prepare pupils to play different kinds of roles as a members of a group, community or society;
  • To develop child’s personality and integrity;
  • To develop the spirit of healthy competition among the children;
  • To inculcate the qualities of self-dignity, self-confidence and respect for others views and opinions and discretion to take their own decision on issues and problems at hand.
  • To benefit by bright example of others and benefit others by his own example.
  • To inculcate in the child respect for seniors, elders, teachers and a caring attitude towards juniors and fraternity towards all;
  • To learn to live, work, endure and enjoy together and develop a degree of sensitivity for others feelings and needs.
  • To inculcate among students personal, social and national values.

House System in SVIS:

Sree Vidyanikethan international school is “Unique” and “Distinct” because of two special features:

  • It is co-educational
  • It is residential

It is “Home away from Home” and provides family & homely atmosphere in making child physically fit. Socially adjusted, emotionally balanced & morally upright.

The efficiency of a residential school depends upon the quality of the house system.

SVIS students are divided into four houses named as:

  • Anjana
  • Garuda
  • Sesha
  • Simha

These four houses represent hills of Tirumala. Each house is under charge of a House master/House Mistress and has students as House Captains, Vice Captains and Prefects who are responsible for organization and discipline. All competitions in games and co-curricular activities are held on a ‘house’ basis.

Each House is allotted a colour.

  • Anjana is Red
  • Garuda is Yellow
  • Sesha is Blue
  • Simha is Green

The house system forges bonds of loyalty, brings children of different age groups together, develops a better student-teacher relationship, encourages self- discipline and arouses greater team spirit.

Students are divided equally in to four houses according to their class strength. School teaching staff also divided equally in to four houses.

Representation about Houses:

Anjana House:

Anjana house reflects values of freedom, revolution, love, chivalry, speed and ability. The Anjanas have always been sportive, active and out showing attitude.

House Mistress

Mrs. Archana K Jayachandra

Deputy Housemaster

Mr. Micheal Smilin

Garuda House:

Garuda house always reflects the concepts of wealth, optimist, hope and confidence to succeed. The house represents the purity of mind and sanctity of work.

House Mistress

Mrs. Sreerupa Dutta

Deputy Mistress

Ms. K. Muni Lakshmi

Sesha House:

Sesha house reflects broad minded attitude and open hearts, both as wide and vast as the seas and the skies. It also represents the tranquility, sincerity, spirituality and originality.

House Mistress

Mrs. Sushma Reddy

Deputy Housemistress

Ms.Mukunda Priya

Simha House:

Simha house reflects possibilities and optimism. They learn to grow with harmony just like the nature. It also represents the characteristics of balance, coordination, unity, patience and kindness.

House Master

Mr.C.Seshagiri

Deputy House Master

Mr. A. Venkateshwarlu

Pastoral care:

These four houses come under pastoral care. This year SVIS implemented new system that is HOMEROOM. Every day school begins with homeroom period. Every class contains one homeroom teacher.

Homeroom teacher is the responsible for all activities in homeroom period. First contact of parent is homeroom teacher.

Pastoral Care Incharge

Ms. Glory Devapriya

House Master/House Mistress Roles and Responsibilities in SVIS:

  • Responsibility for the care and welfare of the students.
  • Responsibility for day-to-day running of the School.
  • Responsibility for disciplinary matters within the School.
  • Responsibility for managing the adult team within the House in terms of duty rotas and in ensuring appropriate supervision of the House at all times.
  • Responsibility for ensuring a detailed handover of each student at the start of the academic year and maintaining close communication with the Housemasters/House Mistresses of the other Houses on all matters relating to the students.
  • Responsibility for communicating with parents of students.
  • Writing of term wise Housemaster or Housemistress reports and being the central point of analysis and liaison for term wise academic grades.
  • Ensuring the students has a full and varied programme of events arranged to help them with the transition on to their next stage in life.
  • Attending all the weekly Housemasters’ and House Mistresses’ meetings. Conducting regular house meetings with house teachers. Interaction with students and staff.
  • Acting as Line Manager for the Assistants in terms of their pastoral role within the House.
  • Support and promotion of inter-house competitions in School.

Student Council:

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE HEAD BOY & HEAD GIRL:

  • Work with the school council to ensure that the pupils of SVIS  have a voice
  • Meet the leaders and the Concerned Heads regularly
  • Lead by example
  • Represent the School
  • Organize prefect duties
  • Head the assembly
  • Be resourceful to students

Head Boy

 T. Sai Saran Reddy

Head Girl

 Monika Thota 

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE VICE HEAD BOY & VICE HEAD GIRL

  • Chief organizers of all the school events
  • Carry out all duties without any bias
  • Ensure amicable atmosphere while discharging duties
  • Learn to cope with academics and activities as well
  • Should be a role model to fellow students
  • Should shoulder the major responsibilities of the school

Sports Captain Boy

Arul Govil

Sports Captain Girl

 P. Ujwala

Sports Vice Captain Boy

Vamsi Gogeneni

Sports Vice Captain Girl

K. Deepika

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SPORTS CAPTAINS

  • Ensure discipline in the ground
  • Monitor and guide the students to use the sports equipment effectively
  • Crosschecks the dress code in the ground
  • To give equal opportunities to every single student
  • To make unbiased decisions

Discipline Captain Boy

Nithin Krishna reddy

Discipline Captain Girl

J. Sai Varshini

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DISCIPLINE CAPTAINS

  • Should take up responsibility of discipline in the school
  • Set examples of obedience, politeness and courtesy in speech and conduct, hygiene of dress and person
  • Counsel the students on the importance of proper dress code and being well-equipped
  • Make sure the students use the school property and facilities aptly
  • Regularly check the cleanliness of classes and bring problems to the notice of the concerned staff.

Vice Head Boy

B. Adithya

Vice Head Girl

Geetha Sree Srinivasan

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CULTURAL CAPTAINS

  • Should be well versed in aesthetics
  • organization of cultural events
  • Take care of the smooth functioning of the school cultural programs

Cultural Captain Boy

Anwar Basha

Cultural Captain Girl

M. Lasya Reddy

Events:

Extra-Curricular activities at SVIS

Aim: To develop the various facets of the students personality of the school curriculum must be supplemented with Extra Curricular Activities .Extracurricular Actives help in the development of intellectual, emotional and moral intelligence.

SVIS has given much more importance to extracurricular activities so that the hidden potential of children can be discovered. These activities help to develop creativity and artistic talent among students.

These activities empower the students to develop coordination, and communication and adjustments skills. For example, Debate helps to generate ideas and giving reasons and counter reasons.

All Extra-Curricular Activities will be conducted as Inter House competitions where the whole school divided into four Houses called  Anjana, Garuda, Sesha and Simha.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Calligraphy competition

  1. English Elocution competition
  2. Group Song competition
  3. Spell Bee competition
  4. Quiz competition
  5. English Debate competition

Sports competitions

  1. Basket Ball
  2. Cricket
  3. Foot Ball
  4. Throw Ball
  5. Skating
  6. Volley Ball
  7. Swimming
  8. Lawn Tennis
  9. Athletics Heats

House Point System:

House points allotment based on key five i.e.,

  • Effort
  • Behaviour
  • Class work
  • Home work
  • Academic Excellence

Based on these key 5, homeroom teacher allots points to each and every student in every class.

House Towers:

We have launched HP Towers on 15th September in Our School.

The HP tower is based on the cumulative total of house points, the towers are filled with coloured balls with respect to the cumulative total of points  of each house.

Anjana – Red, Garuda – Yellow, Sesha – Blue and Simha – Green.

Results of Term I House Points according to their houses.

House: Anjana House Points: 64123
House: SimhaHouse Points: 50650
House: SeshaHouse Points: 50470
House: GarudaHouse Points: 45280

Student of the Month:

To motivate the students a rolling title award namely ‘Student of the Month’ has been initiated in the current academic year.

Students are selected based on their ‘Key Five’.

Key five means: Effort, Behaviour, Class work, Homework and Academic Excellence.

Every month fourteen students will be selected based on their key five performance and they will be awarded with Merit Certificate and   be honored on the display board.

Student of the month: For October Month

Student of the month: For November Month

Student of the month: For April Month

SVIS Key 5:

The key factors that help a student reach their potential are definitely our Key 5 i.e. Effort, Behaviour, Class work, Homework and Academic Excellence. Our prime motto is to provide a holistic development for every child. Students are given House Points based on the Key 5 every week. The house which earns the highest points is rewarded in return.

Care And Well-Being Of Pupils:

At SVIS, we believe in promoting students’ personal and social development and fostering positive attitudes within them. This is done through the quality of teaching and learning; through the nature of  the relationships amongst students, teachers and parents; through the specific pastoral and homeroom systems. Pastoral care assists students to develop positive self-esteem, goal setting and negotiation, enhancing their strengths and other protective factors contributing to their resiliency as well as developing a sense of social cohesion that together can improve their overall health and wellbeing.

We have carefully developed a culture of wellbeing and recognized the need to plan for it. Students have opportunities to show leadership and have their opinions heard and acted on. Teachers strive towards creating an atmosphere where students feel happy and are at ease to share their views, ideas and grievances if any.

The House System:

The House System is designed in SVIS to embody the values and ethos of the school and aims to be an integral part of our school community. The efficient management of a school depends upon the quality of the House system functioning in the school. A House consists of a group of children effectively led by a responsible teacher (House Master/House Mistress) who acts as a parent, guide, philosopher and friend for every member of the House. A House inherently provides a family atmosphere helping the child to become physically fit, socially adjusted, emotionally balanced and morally upright.

House System Objectives in SVIS:

  • To provide a smooth transition from home life to school life for all students.
  • To develop situation, which fulfill the social and emotional needs of the children.
  • To help socialization of pupils to integrate themselves well into corporate life.
  • To inculcate the sense of responsibility to take his tasks in life earnestly and discharge they well.
  • To prepare pupils to play different kinds of roles as a members of a group, community or society;
  • To develop child’s personality and integrity;
  • To develop the spirit of healthy competition among the children;
  • To inculcate the qualities of self-dignity, self-confidence and respect for others views and opinions and discretion to take their own decision on issues and problems at hand.
  • To benefit by bright example of others and benefit others by his own example.
  • To inculcate in the child respect for seniors, elders, teachers and a caring attitude towards juniors and fraternity towards all;
  • To learn to live, work, endure and enjoy together and develop a degree of sensitivity for others feelings and needs.
  • To inculcate among students personal, social and national values.

House System in SVIS:

Sree Vidyanikethan international school is “Unique” and “Distinct” because of two special features:

  • It is co-educational
  • It is residential

It is “Home away from Home” and provides family & homely atmosphere in making child physically fit. Socially adjusted, emotionally balanced & morally upright.

The efficiency of a residential school depends upon the quality of the house system.

SVIS students are divided into four houses named as:

  • Anjana
  • Garuda
  • Sesha
  • Simha

These four houses represent hills of Tirumala. Each house is under charge of a House master/House Mistress and has students as House Captains, Vice Captains and Prefects who are responsible for organization and discipline. All competitions in games and co-curricular activities are held on a ‘house’ basis.

Each House is allotted a colour.

  • Anjana is Red
  • Garuda is Yellow
  • Sesha is Blue
  • Simha is Green

The house system forges bonds of loyalty, brings children of different age groups together, develops a better student-teacher relationship, encourages self- discipline and arouses greater team spirit.

Students are divided equally in to four houses according to their class strength. School teaching staff also divided equally in to four houses.

Representation about Houses:

Anjana House:

Anjana house reflects values of freedom, revolution, love, chivalry, speed and ability. The Anjanas have always been sportive, active and out showing attitude.

House Mistress

Mrs. Archana K Jayachandra

Deputy Housemaster

Mr. Micheal Smilin

HOUSE CAPTAINS

BHANU PRASAD

HARSHA SREE

Garuda House:

Garuda house always reflects the concepts of wealth, optimist, hope and confidence to succeed. The house represents the purity of mind and sanctity of work.

House Mistress

Mrs. Sreerupa Dutta

Deputy Mistress

Ms. K. Muni Lakshmi

HOUSE CAPTAINS

LOKESH

SAI HARSHITA

Sesha House:

Sesha house reflects broad minded attitude and open hearts, both as wide and vast as the seas and the skies. It also represents the tranquility, sincerity, spirituality and originality.

House Mistress

Mrs. Sushma Reddy

Deputy Housemistress

Ms.Mukunda Priya

HOUSE CAPTAINS

INDRANEEL

AMBIKA

Simha House:

Simha house reflects possibilities and optimism. They learn to grow with harmony just like the nature. It also represents the characteristics of balance, coordination, unity, patience and kindness.

House Master

Mr.C.Seshagiri

Deputy House Master

Mr. A. Venkateshwarlu

HOUSE CAPTAINS

PRANAY CHOWDHARY

SAI PRADEEPTHI

Pastoral care:

These four houses come under pastoral care. This year SVIS implemented new system that is HOMEROOM. Every day school begins with homeroom period. Every class contains one homeroom teacher.

Homeroom teacher is the responsible for all activities in homeroom period. First contact of parent is homeroom teacher.

Pastoral Care Incharge

Ms K Lallitha

House Master/House Mistress Roles and Responsibilities in SVIS:

  • Responsibility for the care and welfare of the students.
  • Responsibility for day-to-day running of the School.
  • Responsibility for disciplinary matters within the School.
  • Responsibility for managing the adult team within the House in terms of duty rotas and in ensuring appropriate supervision of the House at all times.
  • Responsibility for ensuring a detailed handover of each student at the start of the academic year and maintaining close communication with the Housemasters/House Mistresses of the other Houses on all matters relating to the students.
  • Responsibility for communicating with parents of students.
  • Writing of term wise Housemaster or Housemistress reports and being the central point of analysis and liaison for term wise academic grades.
  • Ensuring the students has a full and varied programme of events arranged to help them with the transition on to their next stage in life.
  • Attending all the weekly Housemasters’ and House Mistresses’ meetings. Conducting regular house meetings with house teachers. Interaction with students and staff.
  • Acting as Line Manager for the Assistants in terms of their pastoral role within the House.
  • Support and promotion of inter-house competitions in School.

Student Council:

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE HEAD BOY & HEAD GIRL:

  • Work with the school council to ensure that the pupils of SVIS  have a voice
  • Meet the leaders and the Concerned Heads regularly
  • Lead by example
  • Represent the School
  • Organize prefect duties
  • Head the assembly
  • Be resourceful to students

Head Boy

 T. Sai Saran Reddy

Head Girl

 Monika Thota 

Head Boy

SEELAM VIKRAM DEEP

Head Girl

S.K RAMA LAKSHMI

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE VICE HEAD BOY & VICE HEAD GIRL

  • Chief organizers of all the school events
  • Carry out all duties without any bias
  • Ensure amicable atmosphere while discharging duties
  • Learn to cope with academics and activities as well
  • Should be a role model to fellow students
  • Should shoulder the major responsibilities of the school

Sports Captain Boy

Arul Govil

Sports Captain Girl

 P. Ujwala

Sports Vice Captain Boy

Vamsi Gogeneni

Sports Vice Captain Girl

K. Deepika

Sports Captain Boy

MOHAMMAD ENTHIYAZ

Sports Captain Girl

V.JOSHITHA

Sports Vice Captain Boy

UJJWAL BHAVANASI

Sports Vice Captain Girl

GOMATHI CHOWDHARY

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SPORTS CAPTAINS

  • Ensure discipline in the ground
  • Monitor and guide the students to use the sports equipment effectively
  • Crosschecks the dress code in the ground
  • To give equal opportunities to every single student
  • To make unbiased decisions

Discipline Captain Boy

Nithin Krishna reddy

Discipline Captain Girl

J. Sai Varshini

Discipline Captain Boy

P.SAI HARSHAVARDHAN

Discipline Captain Girl

C.VASAVI

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DISCIPLINE CAPTAINS

  • Should take up responsibility of discipline in the school
  • Set examples of obedience, politeness and courtesy in speech and conduct, hygiene of dress and person
  • Counsel the students on the importance of proper dress code and being well-equipped
  • Make sure the students use the school property and facilities aptly
  • Regularly check the cleanliness of classes and bring problems to the notice of the concerned staff.

Vice Head Boy

B. Adithya

Vice Head Girl

Geetha Sree Srinivasan

Vice Head Boy

LALITH ADITHYA GOALLA

Vice Head Girl

S. GEETHIKA

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CULTURAL CAPTAINS

  • Should be well versed in aesthetics
  • organization of cultural events
  • Take care of the smooth functioning of the school cultural programs

Cultural Captain Boy

Anwar Basha

Cultural Captain Girl

M. Lasya Reddy

Cultural Captain Boy

K.AJAY KUMAR

Cultural Captain Girl

M.AMRUSHA SAI

Events:

Extra-Curricular activities at SVIS

Aim: To develop the various facets of the students personality of the school curriculum must be supplemented with Extra Curricular Activities .Extracurricular Actives help in the development of intellectual, emotional and moral intelligence.

SVIS has given much more importance to extracurricular activities so that the hidden potential of children can be discovered. These activities help to develop creativity and artistic talent among students.

These activities empower the students to develop coordination, and communication and adjustments skills. For example, Debate helps to generate ideas and giving reasons and counter reasons.

All Extra-Curricular Activities will be conducted as Inter House competitions where the whole school divided into four Houses called  Anjana, Garuda, Sesha and Simha.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Calligraphy competition

  1. English Elocution competition
  2. Group Song competition
  3. Spell Bee competition
  4. Quiz competition
  5. English Debate competition

Sports competitions

  1. Basket Ball
  2. Cricket
  3. Foot Ball
  4. Throw Ball
  5. Skating
  6. Volley Ball
  7. Swimming
  8. Lawn Tennis
  9. Athletics Heats

House Point System:

House points allotment based on key five i.e.,

  • Effort
  • Behaviour
  • Class work
  • Home work
  • Academic Excellence

Based on these key 5, homeroom teacher allots points to each and every student in every class.

House Towers:

We have launched HP Towers on 15th September in Our School.

The HP tower is based on the cumulative total of house points, the towers are filled with coloured balls with respect to the cumulative total of points  of each house.

Anjana – Red, Garuda – Yellow, Sesha – Blue and Simha – Green.

Results of Term I House Points according to their houses.

House: Anjana House Points: 64123
House: SimhaHouse Points: 50650
House: SeshaHouse Points: 50470
House: GarudaHouse Points: 45280

Student of the Month:

To motivate the students a rolling title award namely ‘Student of the Month’ has been initiated in the current academic year.

Students are selected based on their ‘Key Five’.

Key five means: Effort, Behaviour, Class work, Homework and Academic Excellence.

Every month fourteen students will be selected based on their key five performance and they will be awarded with Merit Certificate and   be honored on the display board.