Holistic development of the child is society's vital concern. Schools must exist to shoulder this responsibility.
Every child has unique capacities of creative impulses, exploring imaginatively and assimilating through experience.
The goal of education, as stated by Bertrand Russell, "should be to provide the soil and freedom required for the growth of this creative impulse; to provide, in other words, a complex and challenging environment that the child can imaginatively explore and, in this way, quicken his intrinsic creative impulse, and so, enrich his life in ways that may be quite varied and unique."
Educational pioneers such as Rabindranath Tagore, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Aurobindo, Gandhi, Pestalozzi, Froebel, Dewey, Montessori and Steiner among many others have shared the same concern.
Their ideas and thoughts provided us with the basic philosophy on which the Vikasa Vidya Vanam School was founded.
Observation of the child in varied surroundings over the past three decades has further deepened our understanding of the developmental aspects of the child.
The document, "Education 2000: A Holistic Perspective" amply reflects our vision on education and living.
Vikasa Vidya Vanam schools strive at providing an environment conducive for holistic development of children, where children -
Vikasa Vidya Vanam school was established in Vijayawada in 1983 by the Vikasa Educational Trust.