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Aayush Bhat is a Winner all the Way!

  Aayush Bhat (Grade 7) was felicitated at an event ‘Agratha Kreeda Utsava’ amongst more than thirty national and international athletes from various fields such as badminton, swimming, tennis, rowing, shooting etc., held at Sri Jnanakshi Vidyaniketan, Bengaluru. He was honored for being the number one tennis player in India in the boys U12 category and was the youngest amongst all the sports celebrities present at the event. At the All India Tennis Association (AITA) Championship Series in Hyderabad held on 24 November in Hyderabad, he also won both the singles and doubles event in the boys U14 category. Aayush Bhat also won the U14 Singles Title at the AITA Championship Series which was recently held in Madurai. He played against stronger players and was put to the grind in almost every match that he played, but his will-power and persistence helped him come out on top. In the U16 singles category he was the semi-finalist while in the doubles, his team was Runners up. schools in bangalore

Nurturers Win Again @ Inventure Academy Annual Ath...

  Inventure’s Annual Athletics Meet culminated on November 19 after two days of intense competition between the four houses. Zeeshan Ali, former Davis Cup player and 1988 Olympian who runs his academy ZATA at Inventure Academy, was the Chief Guest. Many students set new records and beat their own previous records. Everyone enjoyed the Yoga Display by the primary students and parents were appreciative of the various events that their child could participate in. Here is the final tally of different houses: Nurturers:     366 Points Venturers:     291 points Inventors:     274 points Adventurers: 246 points  

School Football Championship

  The Tata Motors ‘School Football Championship’ kicked off to a very successful start at Inventure Academy on the 14 January 2017. The SFC is organised by Just For Kicks, one of the biggest interschool football tournaments in India and ran until 22 January 2017. This was an U10 and U12 age group championship for both boys and girls and we participated with 4 Teams. On the day 1 itself, our Inventurers from both U-10 and U-12 categories won a total of 6 Matches against Kadugodi Cheetahs, Greenwood High, Avalahalli Invincible and Oakridge International. The results of Day-1 are as follows: 1. Under - 12 Boys Category ● 1st Match - Inventure won against Kadugodi Cheetahs by 11-0 goals. 2. Under - 12 Girls Category ● 1st Match - Inventure won against Greenwood High by 3 - 1 goals. ● 2nd Match - Inventure won against Kadugodi Cheetahs by 6 - 0 goals. 3. Under - 10 Boys Category ● 1st Match - Inventure won against Oakridge International by 6-1 goals. ● 2nd Match - Inventure Won against Avalahalli Invincible by 10 - 0 goals. 4. Under - 10 Girls Category ● 1st Match - Inventure lost to Greenwood high by 3-0 goals. ● 2nd Match - Inventure won against Avalahalli Invincible by 3-0 goals. Inventurers continued the winning streak on Day 2. We won a total of 6 matches against Avalahalli Invincible, Immadihalli Super Kids, Nallur Direwolves, Oakridge International, Agrahara Blitz and qualified for the Semi-Final matches. The results of the Day 2 are as follows: 1. Under 12 Boys ● 1st match - Inventure won against Avalahalli Invincible by 5-0 goals. ● 2nd match - Inventure won against Immadihalli Super Kids by 12-0 goals.   2. Under 12 Girls ● 1st match - Inventure won against Nallur Direwolves by 5-0 goals. ● 2nd match - Inventure won against Oakridge International by 9-0 goals. 3. Under - 10 Boys ● Inventure won against Agrahara Blitz by 9-0 goals. 4. Under - 10 Girls ● Inventure won against Agrahara Blitz by 7-0 goals. School Football Championship concluding day was on 21 & 22 January at Inventure Academy. Inventurers added one more feather in Inventure Academy’s Cap by emerging as the winners in U 10 Boys and U 12 Girls Category. The results of the Semifinals and Finals are as: ● Semifinals - Inventure Won against TISB by 3-2 goals. ● Finals - Inventure won against Greenwood High by 2-0 goals. Hyunjoon Ahn emerges as the top scorer of the tournament with 17 goals and Inventure Academy declared as winners in Under 10 Boys Category. Inventure Academy was declared winner in the Under 12 Girls category and ‘Treia Menon’ emerges as the top scorer of the tournament by scoring 19 goals. ● Semifinals - Inventure won against Brigade by 1-0 goals. ● Finals - Inventure won against Greenwood high by 6-0 goals.   In U 10 Girls and U 12 Boys Category, Inventure Academy lost to Greenwood High and Ebenezar but our Inventurer Ananya Jain was declared top scorer of the tournament. ● Under 10 Girls Category - Runners Up ○ Finals - Inventure lost to greenwood high by 1-0 goals. Under 12 Boys Cat - Runners Up ○ Semifinals - Inventure won against Ebenezar by 1-0 goals. ○ Finals - Inventure lost to Greenwood by 3-1 goals. We are delighted to have got this opportunity to be a part of SFC. It was a very inspiring & fun event for our Young football enthusiasts.   Inventure U-10 Boys and U-12 Girls teams won the Bangalore leg of the SFC Championships held at Inventure and qualified for the the Nationals held in Mumbai on 5 February 2017. At the Nationals, our U-12 Girls team won the championship while our U-10 Boys finished runners-up. In addition, Treia Menon won the Golden Boot (Best Player of the tournament) and Trisha Pereira won the Golden Boot (Best Goalkeeper of the tournament) awards.   Here are more details on the matches the teams played: ● U-12 Girls: ○ Semi-finals - Inventure Academy, Bangalore won 5-0 against Sreenidhi International School, Hyderabad ○ Finals - Inventure Academy Bangalore won against Sitaram Mill Compound Public School, Mumbai 2-0 in a tie breaker (Full time score  1-1) U-10 Boys: ○ Semi-finals - Inventure Academy Bangalore won 2-0 against Sreenidhi International School, Hyderabad. ○ Finals - Inventure Academy Bangalore lost 2-4 to St. Anne’s High School, Mumbai. Here’s what our parents say about School Football Championship. “As a first time parent at the School Football Championship, I was overwhelmed at the participation and interaction between the students over football. I think getting young children to compete with other schools builds a certain level of confidence, camaraderie and a love for the game which is unparalleled. The interaction between children from diverse backgrounds was interesting to watch.While for some it was a new experience and a whole new kind of exposure, for others it was a grounding experience. But an experience, I think, every child must have when playing any sport. I congratulate Inventure Academy and the team of organizers for hosting such events which provide our children with a platform to develop essential life skills and good sportsmanship.'”

-Sonali Nikhil (Parent of Ishaan Nikhil Yathiraj Grade 3)

TAISI Sports Meet 2017


Inventure Academy hosted the IX TAISI (The Association of International Schools of India) Sports Meet 2017 which was held at our Bangalore campus from Feb 2 - Feb 5. The sporting extravaganza witnessed participation from 1200 students and their coaches from 31 schools across India. Student Athletes (girls and boys from grades 4 to 12) participated across a range of sports, which included Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Soccer, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis and Volleyball.

March Past


TAISI (The Association of International Schools of India) was founded in 2005 with the primary objective to create a platform on which the stakeholders of schools in the region can engage. TAISI SPORTS organised student sports meet every year hosted by different schools and this year we hosted the event.


The meet kicked off on Feb 2nd with the Opening ceremony which included Lighting the Lamp, followed by the Flag Hoisting. The walk past by participating schools was a treat to watch. Ms Nooraine Fazal, CEO & Managing Trustee of Inventure Academy then declared the meet open after which there were some splendid dance performances by Inventurers. The sporting events of the day then started as per the schedule and went on till the 5th of Feb.



Inventure Academy had every reason to cheer as apart from being the host, they also won the overall trophy at the end of the meet, by a comfortable margin. And with this came the fitting finale to an exciting and exhilarating tournament wherein skill, zest and play contributed to the feeling of true sportsmanship among all involved.


Ms Nooraine Fazal, CEO & Managing Trustee, brought the event to a close on the 5th of Feb, with a heartfelt thank you to Team Inventure, student volunteers, faculty and staff who won over the hearts of all the guests with their generosity, and responsiveness. She also asked students & coaches to reflect on the Sportsmanship Oath they took at the start of the games, and their efforts and performance over the last four days. She stressed the importance of being gracious in victory and defeat and backing up the desire to win with goal setting, hard work, fair play, and respect.

event over

In her words, “In any event, there are some who win and some who don’t... Life is a marathon, not a short 100 metres sprint. Use competitions like this to figure out where you are, where you want to be and how to get there... work hard towards finding and achieving your life’s purpose, be it in the field of sports or otherwise.”


Here are some of the meet highlights:

  • Inventure Academy emerged the Overall TAISI Champions by a comfortable margin ahead of The International School Bangalore (TISB), and Bangalore International School who finished in second and third place, respectively.
  • Bangalore schools took the top three positions, with last year’s winner MIT Vishwashanthi Gurukul, Pune finishing 4th.
  • Inventure Academy’s stellar performances ensured the hosts dominated across the various categories for both girls and boys on the Athletics field.
  • Badminton: MIT Vishwashanthi Gurukul walked away with the top honours with 2 gold medals across 5 categories.
  • Basketball: Oakridge International, Newton, Hyderabad and TISB shared honours with 2 gold medals each across 4 categories.
  • Football: Shriram School Aravalli won 2 gold medals, while Inventure, Bangalore International School, Mallya Aditi International School and The International School Bangalore ( TISB) won 1 gold medal each across 6 categories. Our girls’ teams made it to all the finals while our boys’ teams all made it to the semis.
  • Swimming: TISB won 13 gold medals while Inventure Academy walked away with 11 gold medals.
  • Table Tennis: Inventure Academy, Chirec International, Wisdom and MIT Vishwashanthi Gurukul won 1 gold medal each.
  • Tennis: Inventure Academy dominated the boy’s categories with 2 gold medals, while Chirec and Trivandrum International shared 1 gold medal each in the girls’ categories.
  • Volleyball: TISB won the boys Volleyball event.

Here is the final list of top scorer schools and list of individual champions for swimming and athletics

Points tally

School Points
Inventure Academy 332
The International School Bangalore (TISB) 240
Bangalore International School (BIS) 148
MIT Vishwashanthi Gurukul, Maharashtra (MIT) 131
Sanjay Ghodawat International School, Maharashtra 87

Individual Champions - Swimming

Category Name School
A - Boys Vrishabh Patil TISB
A - Girls Saloni Dalal Inventure Academy
B - Boys Parthav Shergil TISB
B - Girls Ananya Swamy TISB
C - Boys Yash Chauhan TISB
C - Girls Savan Bhaskar Vidyashilp
D - Boys M Yokesh Inventure Academy
D - Girls Ishvi Mathai Oakridge Einstein
E - Boys Sahil Dalal Inventure Academy
E - Girls Samara Varghese Inventure Academy


Individual Champions - Athletics

Category Name School
A - Boys Udhbhav Gaurav Inventure Academy
A - Girls Anika Desai Inventure Academy
B - Boys Kaif Yenepoya The International School Bangalore
B - Girls Armani Vikram Tanya M Thatha Inventure Academy Inventure Academy
C - Boys Siddhanth MIT Vishwashanthi Gurukul Pune
C - Girls Simran The International School Bangalore
D - Boys Vedanth M MIT Vishwashanthi Gurukul Pune
D - Girls Rosanna BangaIore International School
E - Boys Arpeeth Geekay
E - Girls Samaara Varghese Inventure Academy

long jump


The host school was also appreciated widely for their management of the event as well as for the excellent food & student support. Kishen Whabi, Head - Beyond Academics & Sports at Inventure Academy, provided some insights into what all went into the preparation for an event of this scale, explaining how much preparation and detailing was required to get ready for the event.

high jump

An important initiative by the Inventure was the installation of a comprehensive Waste Management System for all food waste during the 4-day event. In addition, the emphasis was laid on the usage of only renewable materials during the entire event and keeping the usage of paper or plastic to a minimum.

Mr Derek from the TAISI team was happy to share that this was one of their biggest sports meet with 31 schools participating and appreciative of the efforts of the host school in taking care of the participating teams. He added that the students enjoyed themselves while making the most of this sporting extravaganza.


Inventure Academy congratulated all the participants, winners, and members who wholeheartedly contributed to the success of this tournament. A special shout out to our Student Council, volunteers and our Support Staff for their unstinting efforts in making this meet a big success for us!


List of Schools Participated for the event

Aga Khan Academy
APL Global School
Bangalore International School, Bangalore
Chirec International School, Hyderabad
Choithram School, Indore
Dr. Pillai Global Academy, Mumbai
DY Patil International School, Bangalore
Harvest International School, Ludhiana
Hindustan International School, Chennai
Inventure Academy, Bangalore
Kids Central High, Chennai
Aga Khan Academy
APL Global School
Bangalore International School, Bangalore
Chirec International School, Hyderabad
Choithram School, Indore
Dr. Pillai Global Academy, Mumbai
DY Patil International School, Bangalore
Harvest International School, Ludhiana
Hindustan International School, Chennai
Inventure Academy, Bangalore
Kids Central High, Chennai
Legacy School, Bangalore
Mallya Aditi International School, Bangalore
Mar Athanius International School, Kerala
MIT Vishwashanthi Gurukul, Pune
Nahar International School
Neev Academy, Bangalore
Oakridge International School, Bangalore
Oakridge International School, Einstein, Hyderabad
Oakridge International School, Newton Campus, Hyderabad
Pathways School, Noida
Phoenix International Academy
Sanjay Ghodawat International School, Maharashtra
Shriram School Aravalli, Delhi
Sreenidhi International School, Hyderabad
The Geekay World School, Ranipet, Vellore
The International School Bangalore
Treamis World School
Trivandrum International School, Trivandrum
Vidyashilp Academy, Bangalore
Wisdom International School

team spirit


Even when the event lasted for 4 days, the cheering and the zest showcased by students was never exhausting and we hope that the sportsman spirit reflected by the students will be carried for a lifetime like a true Inventurer.

TISB Invitational Tournament 2015- Final Day Resul...

[gallery ids="4509,4510,4511,4512,4513,4514,4515,4516,4517"] Boys Football- Inventure Academy WINNERS! Inventure Academy won against TISB by 2- 0. Goals scored by Soham V and Aryan K. Inventure won against NPS Indiranagar by 12- 0 goals. 3 Goals scored by Aryan K, 4 goals scored by Shaunak N, 2 goals scored by Soham V, and one goal each by Rohan M, Arnav R, Harsha K. Soham V named MOST VALUABLE PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT! Girls Football- Inventure Academy RUNNERS UP! In the final match, Inventure drew with TISB by 0- 0 goals and the match was decided by tie-breaker, TISB won the match by 3- 0 goals. Girls Basketball- Inventure Academy WINNERS! Inventure Academy won against TISB by 21-3 points. Inventure Academy won against NPS Rajajinagar by 15- 6 points. Advaita D named MOST VALUABLE PLAYER! Girls Tennis- Inventure Academy RUNNERS UP! Inventure Academy won two matches against NPS yesterday, advancing them to the Finals. Today Inventure Academy lost to TISB by 2- 0. Boys Table Tennis- Inventure Academy RUNNERS UP! Inventure Academy lost to Vidya Shilp by 2 - 0

TISB Invitational Tournament 2015 – Grade 6 ...

Congratulations Inventurers on some great sportsmanship and games well played today at TISB! Girls Football: 1st Match - Inventure Academy won against Greenwood HIgh by 1 - 0 goals. 2nd Match - Inventure Academy won against NPS Indiranagar in a tie-breaker by 3 - 1 goals. Finals tomorrow! Boys Football: 1st Match - Inventure Academy won against Greenwood High in a tie-breaker by 5 - 4 goals. 2nd Match - Inventure Academy won against Vidya Shilp by 3 -1 goals. Semi-finals - Round Robin league - Inventure Academy won against NAFL by 4 - 0 goals. Tomorrow Inventure will play TISB & NPS to decide the winner of the tournament. Boys Basketball: 1st Match - Inventure Academy won against Vidya Shilp by 16 - 13 points. Inventure has qualified for tomorrow's Semi-finals Round Robin league. Boys Table Tennis Round Robin League Result 1st Match - Inventure Academy won against TISB by 2-0. 2nd Match - Inventure Academy lost against Vidya Shilp by 1-2. 3rd Match - Inventure Academy won against NPS by 2-0. Semi Finals - Inventure Academy won against NPS by 2-1. Finals will be tomorrow! Stay tuned!

Inventurer, Saloni Dalal takes the BRONZE for the ...

Saloni Dalal Inventure Academy Swim Meet 2014 CONGRATULATIONS to Saloni for her excellent achievement! Saloni Dalal is the youngest member of Karnataka Swimming Team for National Games 2015! She may even be youngest swimmer all over India. In the national games- there are NO age group for swimming, so Saloni was competing with the best swimmers from all over the state. She qualified for two events- 100 m & 200 m breaststroke. She gave her best timing for 100 m breaststroke 1:21:23. This 2nd best time from Karnataka for this category. For 200 m breaststroke race, she did 2:55:34. This is best timing to represent Karnataka for this category. The games are to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 31. Goodwill ambassador of the Games is Sachin Tendulkar. Saloni is super excited to be part of the games!

Inventure Academy Triumphs – Overall ISF 201...

Inventure Sports Fest 2015 Inventure Sports Fest 2015 entered its third and final day with a sense of determination from all participants to compete and excel in the events. It was very heartening to witness several students participating in multiple sports and events, despite the physical, mental and emotional challenges of the last three days of intense activity. Inventure Academy hosted a total of 21 schools over the three day event. Final matches were held today in Basketball, and Football. All the Track and Field Athletic events were also held today. Ms. Jaywanti Shyam, former Captain and subsequently Coach of the Indian women’s basketball team and the current coach of the Karnataka State team, declared the Athletic meet open, and witnessed all the Basketball finals. As a matter of interest, Ms. Jaywanti Shyam was also Nooraine Fazal’s (CEO and Managing Trustee of Inventure Academy), captain and coach when they used to play for Mount Carmel’s & Karnataka. The Athletic meet opened with a ceremonial walk-by of all participating schools after some inspiring words of encouragement. Ms. Jaywanti eloquently expressed the importance of sports education, comparing the necessity for athletics as being a basic life skill, along with academic studies. The well-attended awards ceremony brought a close to the day’s events, as victorious teams and the beaming faces of children mirrored the excitement and triumphs of the three day Fest. ISF 2015 has set the benchmark for excellence in sports and all participating schools look forward to ISF 2017!

Inventure Academy and TISB are locked in battle fo...

Today Inventure Sports Fest 2015 entered its second day with much excitement. Inventure Academy is hosting a total of 21 schools over the three day event. . Matches were held today in six sports (Basketball, Cricket, Football, Swimming, Table Tennis, and Tennis), with a true spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie among our teams and our guests. “Inventurers are very gracious and friendly hosts as always”, noted one of our visitors. Inventure Academy’s passion for sports education is best expressed by our Co Founder & Managing Trustee, Nooraine Fazal, “I am very keen that no child ever looks back with regret and says if only…. If only I had the exposure, the guidance and the facilities to tap into my inherent talent and make a life from something I am really passionate about – be it sports or any other area of interest.” ISF 2015 - Leading Medal takers at the end of Day 2 ISF Medal Tally Day 2 Highlights for Day 2 of ISF - • TISB, Sophia’s and Ebenezer won bulk of the golds up for grabs in swimming today. • Inventure won most of the table tennis and tennis golds. • Ebenezer swept the cricket. • Honour for soccer shared by Inventure Academy, Head Start, and TISB. • Inventure will feature in five out of five remaining finals to be played tomorrow – all four Basketball finals and one remaining soccer final. TISB in one of the five finals. • The results from the track and field Athletic events tomorrow may well decide the overall winner of ISF 2015. Athletic events are scheduled for 31 January, the third day of the Sports Fest, along with the Basketball Finals and a special round of Boys U18 Football matches. Stay tuned!!

Inventure Sports Fest 2015- Day 1 Final Scores

We're looking forward to another exciting Inventure Sports Fest day! Here are the the final scores from yesterday's matches: We have a total of 21 schools participating in the course of the 3 day event, with 12 schools who attended the opening events, 29 January 2015. Leading Medal takers at the end of Day 1 – 29 Jan ’15 1. Inventure Academy – 26 medals 2. TISB – 22 medals 3. Sophia school – 8 3. Greenwood High – 8 5. Ebenezer International School – 4 6. Deen’s Academy – 5 7. Oakridge international School – 2 Leading Medal Tally with 21 schools participating (Swimming & Table Tennis results): 1. Inventure Academy - 9 Gold, 8 Silver, 9 Bronze 2. TISB - 8 Gold,12 Silver, 2 Bronze 3. Sophia School - 4 Gold, 2 Silver 4. Deen’s Academy - 3 Gold, 2 Bronze 5. Ebenezer International School - 2 Gold, 2 Bronze 6. Greenwood High - 4 Silver, 4 Bronze 7. Oakridge Int. school - 2 Bronze Matches and scores as follows: Basketball - Boys Under 14 Inventure vs. Oakridge – Inventure 21 / Oakridge 4 NPS vs. DPS East – NPS 21 / DPS East 20 DPS South vs. Greenwood – DPS South 37 / Greenwood 17 Basketbal - Girls Under 14 Inventure vs. Deens – Inventure 34 / Deens 9 Bishop Cottons vs. Oakridge – Bishop Cottons 30 / Oakridge 6 TISB vs. Greenwood – Greenwood 22 / TISB 7 Basketball - Girls Under 12 DPS South vs. Vidyashilp – Vidyashilp 10 / DPS South 5 Soccer - Boys Under 14 Greenwood vs. Parikrma – Greenwood 1 / Parikrma 0 Ebenezer vs. Devmata – Ebenezer 5 / Devmata 4 (tie breaker) Inventure A vs Oakridge – Inventure 1 / Oakridge 0 Inventure A vs. Oasis – Oasis 1 / Inventure A 0 Inventure B vs TISB – TISB 7 / Inventure B 6 Soccer - Girls Under 14 Greenwood vs. Oasis – Greenwood 1 / Oasis 0 Inventure vs Head Start – Inventure 5 / Head Start 4 (tie breaker) Soccer - Boys Under 12 Greenwood vs. Jain – Greenwood 7 / Jain 0 Deens vs. Oakridge – Deens 2 / Oakridge 0 Inventure A vs Deens – Inventure 6 / Deens 0 Inventure B vs Oasis – Inventure B 4 / Oasis 3 Table Tennis - Girls Under 12 – Finals Inventure A vs Inventure B – Inventure A won