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A VISIT TO VIETNAM EMBASSY

A VISIT TO VIETNAM EMBASSY
27-10-2017: A VISIT TO VIETNAM EMBASSY

Queen’s Valley School students attended the ‘Ambassador Interaction Program’ organised by The Embassy of Socialist Republic of Vietnam, New Delhi. A group of 25 students, accompanied by two teachers, were invited recently to attend the ‘Ambassador Interaction Program ‘. His Excellency, Mr. Ton Sinh Thanh, the ambassador of Vietnam in India, Nepal and Bhutan, interacted with over a hundred students from the seven prestigious schools invited for the session.

The session began with the discussion about Vietnam and its culture, the Vietnamese history, urban and economic growth and the Indo-Vietnamese history. The highlight of the day was the question hour, where students from the participating schools asked His Excellency questions about the strong and beneficial relationship of Vietnam with India. He elaborated on the various Vietnamese traditions, the country’s growth, history and plans for future. Also,topics related to Independence, neighbouring countries, western dominance and the South China Sea were discussed.

A quiz on the Vietnam-India relationship was conducted and students with correct answers were felicitated with prizes. A new website ( www.vietnamindiafrienship.in) promoting Vietnam and its culture, trade and tourism, was also launched. The event ended with the presentation of souvenirs to His Excellency, the honouring of the participating teachers and students with certificates and a group photograph.


CLASS V SPECIAL ASSEMBLY – RAMLEELA

CLASS V SPECIAL ASSEMBLY – RAMLEELA
27-09-2017: CLASS V SPECIAL ASSEMBLY – RAMLEELA

“Ramayan exercises a great moulding power on the life of a person. It contains object lessons for husbands and wives, parents and children, brothers and sisters, friends and enemies.”
Ramayan is among the most important and influencial epics in India. It is not just a story which happened long ago, it has a philosophical, spiritual significance and a deep truth in it. It has not only influenced our thoughts but our culture, life and festivals.

One such festival is ‘Dussehra or Vijay Dashmi’, Dussehra is regarded as one of the most important Hindu festivals, celebrated across the country with much fervor and gaiety. It marks the victory of Lord Rama over Demon King, Ravana. On this day, effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakaran and Meghnad are burnt in open spaces. As a part of celebration, Ramleela is staged in different regions of the country.

Keeping this tradition alive, the Queens of Class V performed the entire Ramleela. Students of Class V A and V B enacted Ram Vivah and Ram Vanvaas. Students of Class V C and V D depicted Sita Haran and SundarKand. Class V E and V F depicted Rawan Wadh on 25, 26 and 27 September respectively in the school premises.

Queens dressed themselves up in their beautiful costumes. They enacted their roles with perfect poise and spoke their dialogues with remarkable voice modulation. All of them represented the characters of Ramayan so beautifully that the audience was left spell bound. Finally, as per tradition, effigies of Ravana, Kumbhakaran and Meghnad were burnt in the school playground. It was truly an amazing and enjoyable experience as the ground filled with the slogans of ‘Jai Shree Ram’.The audience applauded Queens for their effort with a big round of applause. With enactment of Ramleela our Queens, received and learnt a loud and clear message- “Good always wins over evil”.


CLASS III-XII INTER-CLASS ROPE SKIPPING

CLASS III-XII INTER-CLASS ROPE SKIPPING
19-09-2017: CLASS III-XII INTER-CLASS ROPE SKIPPING

Find an exercise you love and you will never have to workout a day in your life.
At Queen’s Valley School, we believe in an all-round development of our students. Physical development is one of the seven important developments that a child needs and we at QVS, give special attention to it. Regular physical activity helps to manage weight, builds immunity by reducing risk for several diseases and improves overall quality of life. Of all our favourite childhood memories, rope skipping is one of them. All it requires is a skipping rope and some time every day. According to Dr. Amal Ghosh, “skipping is one of the best and most effortless approach to shed that additional fat in body. It also helps in improving heart rate.” It helps to improve concentration and develops hand-eye coordination. It also makes our bones stronger by increasing bone density.

Keeping the benefits of rope skipping in mind, QVS conducted an Inter House Rope Skipping Competition for classes III-V. A preliminary round was conducted in the respective physical education periods and the best from each class were selected from each house. The final round was conducted in the school grounds and the participants had to single bounce continuously for thirty seconds. The students participated in this competition with great zeal. Our young sports enthusiasts showcased their skills and were cheered by the spectators with loud applauses.

The following were declared as winners:

WINNERS FOR CLASSES III-V:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Harpreet Kaur
Palak
Riya
III E
IV C
V F
First Position
Afreen
Mahi
Manya Singh
III D
IV D
V E
  Second Position
Samridhi Yadav
Eshal
Sristi G Kaundal
III E
IV A
V E
Third Position

WINNERS FOR CLASSES VI-VIII:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Humera Fatima
Anshika
Muskan Saini
VI C
VII B
VIII A
First Position
Prachi Sangwan
Soumya Yadav
Ananya Batra
VI B
VII A
VIII B
Second Position
Shabnam Sitara
Ayushi Gaur
Parineeta Singh
VI F
VII C
VIII A
Third Position

WINNERS FOR CLASSES IX-XII:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Nancy
Sanskretti Jha
Rishika Solanki
Dhriti Rana
IX B
X C
XI B
XII B
First Position
AyushiGahlot
Isha
Khushi Sahni
Simran
Rupal
IX D
X D
X D
XI A
XII A
Second Position
Kajal Janghu
AnnuJanghu
Rushali Patel
Diksha Ahlawat
IX D
X C
XI E
XII C
Third Position

CLASS V: “हँसी की फुहार”प्रतियोगिता

CLASS V: “हँसी की फुहार”प्रतियोगिता
14-09-2017: CLASS V: “हँसी की फुहार”प्रतियोगिता

“चेहरे की हँसी से गम को भुलादो | कम बोलो पर सब कुछ बता दो | खुद न रूठों पर सबको हँसा दो | यही राजहै जिंदगी का, कि जियो और जीना सिखादो ||”

हँसी मनुष्य के जीवन को रंगों से भर देती है ,सभी प्रकार की उदासी खत्म कर देती है और मनुष्य के जीवन को नई आशा प्रदान करती है | विद्यार्थियों को हँसी का महत्व समझाने के लिए "हँसी की फुहार" प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन हिन्दी दिवस के उपलक्ष में किया गया | हिन्दी दिवस हमारे देश भारत में १४ सितंबर को मनाया जाता है |

"हँसी की फुहार " प्रतियोगिता में छात्राओं ने बढ – चढकर भाग लिया और हास्य कविताओं से सभी का मन मोह लिया| इस प्रतियोगिता के आयोजन से छात्राएँ हास्य कविता को पढने की ओर अग्रसर हुई |

इस प्रतियोगिता के परिणाम इस प्रकार घोषित किया गया–

प्रतियोगी का नाम कक्षा स्थान
तनुष्का जैन पाँचवी‘स’ प्रथम
ओइंडिला सरकार पाँचवी‘अ’ द्वितीय
सौम्य ठाकुर पाँचवी‘फ’ तृतीय

CLASS VI-VIII :सुनो कहानी की कहानी प्रतियोगिता

CLASS VI-VIII :सुनो कहानी की कहानी प्रतियोगिता
14-09-2017: CLASS VI-VIII :सुनो कहानी की कहानी प्रतियोगिता

प्रत्येक वर्ष १४ सितम्बर को हिन्दी भाषा को सम्मान देने हेतु हिन्दी दिवस मनाया जाता है|

हिन्दी दिवस के उपलक्ष में क्वींस वैली स्कूल के प्रांगण में कक्षा छठी से आठवीं तक की छात्राओं ने नाट्य मंचन प्रस्तुत किया| छात्राओं ने अपने-अपने समूह के साथ नैतिक मूल्यों पर आधारित कहानियों का मंचन किया| छात्राओं ने अत्यंत मनोरंजक,नवीन व मर्म स्पर्शी कहानियों का चयन किया| जहाँ कुछ कहानियाँ हास्य प्रद थी,वही कुछ कहानियों ने हमें सोचने के लिए भी बाध्य कर दिया| ‘पंडित की परीक्षा’ कहानी ने हमें अभिमान न करने की शिक्षा प्रदान की, वही‘ सत्यम की चतुराई’सेक्रोध न करने की सीख मिली| छात्राओं ने अपनी कुशाग्रता का परिचय देते हुए प्रतियोगिता को सफलता के चर्मोत्कर्षतक पहुँचाया|प्रस्तुत कहानियों में नवीनता, अर्थ गर्भिता व सटीकता के दर्शन हुए| छात्राओं ने अपनी कल्पना शक्ति व बुद्धिमत्ता का सुंदर परिचय दिया| छात्राओं ने पात्रानुसार वेषभूषा धारण की| प्रत्येक कहानी का विषय नवीन व मौलिक था| पूरा सांस्कृतिक कक्ष कर तालों से गूंज उठा|

नाम कक्षा ववर्ग स्थान
प्रज्ञा सिंह
श्रेया दहिया
सोहिनी बाल्यान
कंगना अहलावत
जिज्ञासा सैनी
परिनीता कालरा
छठी ‘अ’
छठी ‘अ’
छठी‘ब’
छठी‘ब’
छठी ‘स’
छठी ‘स’
प्रथम स्थान
आफिया आसिफ
भोर
हर्षिता अरोड़ा
जिया शाह
प्रांजना गोन
लाविष्का शर्मा
आठवीं ‘डी’
आठवीं ‘डी’
आठवीं ‘डी’
आठवीं‘ई’
आठवीं‘ई’
आठवीं‘ई’
द्वितीय स्थान
प्राची दहिया
आयुषी त्रिपाठी
रोज़ तोमर
नायसा शर्मा
ईहा गोयल
शगुन ठाकुर
सातवीं ‘अ’
सातवीं ‘अ’
सातवीं‘ब’
सातवीं‘ब’
सातवीं‘स’
सातवीं‘स’
तृतीय स्थान

CLASS IV:  वर्तनी ज्ञान प्रतियोगिता

CLASS IV:  वर्तनी ज्ञान प्रतियोगिता
13-09-2017: CLASS IV: वर्तनी ज्ञान प्रतियोगिता

"अज्ञानता से बडा है ज्ञान, जिसमें प्रमुख कहलाए वर्तनी ज्ञान|"

वर्तनी ज्ञान भाषा के विस्तृत व अनुपम शब्द भंडार से हमें परिचित कराता है जो हमारे ज्ञान क्षेत्र में वृद्धि करता है| ज्ञान का प्रकाश न केवल मनुष्य को अज्ञानता के अंधकार से निकालता है अपितु उसे उचित-अनुचित का अंतर समझने का विवेक भी प्रदान करता है| ज्ञान मनुष्य के बौद्धिक पक्ष का नेतृत्व करता है| ज्ञान के आधार पर ही व्यक्ति अपने जीवन में सफलता का पथ प्रशस्त करता है तथा ज्ञानी का ज्ञान ही उसे अन्य से भिन्न बनाता है|

भाषा का रूप जितना सशक्त होगा उतनी ही अभिव्यक्ति भी सशक्त होगी| भाषा के सृदृढ़ व सशक्त रूप का एक अहम भाग है वर्तनी ज्ञान | वर्तनी ज्ञान के अभाव में भावों व विचारों पूर्णतः सशक्त अभिव्यक्ति असंभव है| हिन्दी भाषा के वर्तनी ज्ञान के महत्व को समझते हुए क्वींस वैली स्कूल की कक्षा-चौथी की छात्राओं ने दिनांक १३.९.१७ को विद्यालय के प्रांगण में आयोजित "वर्तनी ज्ञान प्रतियोगिता " में भाग लिया| छात्राओं के उत्साह व मनोबल ने प्रतियोगिता को सफल बनाया|

प्रतियोगी का नाम कक्षा स्थान
स्नेहल जैन चौथी-ड प्रथम
निशीखा यादव चौथी-अ द्वितीय
दीया कपूर चौथी-ज द्वितीय
अवनी नागेश चौथी-ब तृतीय

वाद विवाद प्रतियोगिता

वाद विवाद प्रतियोगिता
12-09-2017: वाद विवाद प्रतियोगिता

"जिंदगी की असली उड़ान अभी बाकी है,
जिंदगी के कई इम्तेहान अभी बाकी हैं |
अभी तो नापी है मुट्ठी भर जमीन हमने,
अभी तो सारा आसमान अभी बाकी है|"
आदि मानव से सभ्य मानव तक की यात्रा बहुत लम्बी है| यहाँ तक पहुँचने के लिए मनुष्य ने ना जाने कितने प्रयास किए हैं| निस्संदेह उसने इस कार्य में आशातीत सफलता प्राप्त की है| किन्तु आज उसके समक्ष अनेक चुनौतियों के साथ अनेक विचारणीय प्रश्न भी हैं| इसलिए क्वीन्स वैली स्कूल की कक्षा नवीं व दसवीं की छात्राओं ने हिन्दी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य में वाद विवाद प्रतियोगिता में सामाजिक, राजनैतिक व धार्मिक ऐस॓ ही अनेक विषयों पर विचार प्रस्तुत किए | छात्राओं ने पूरे उत्साह और नवीन सोच के साथ देशप्रेम , शिक्षा , विज्ञान आदि के पक्ष और विपक्ष पर अपनी बात कही | छात्राओं का योगदान प्रशंसनीय रहा | इस प्रतियोगिता के परिणाम निम्नलिखित हैं:
्रतिभागियों के नाम कक्षा एव ंवर्ग स्थान
1. भव्या पोखरियाल ,दिशिता कुमारी दसवीं ब  प्रथम
2. रितविका नंदी ,  वैदेही वत्स नवीं ब व दसवीं ब  प्रथम
3. नंनदिनी डागर , अर्चना दसवीं ब             द्वितीय
4. अंकिता अरोड़ा , आर्ना सिंघल  दसवीं अ द्वितीय
5.  अदिति वर्मा , जाह्नवी सांगविया दसवीं अ तृतीय
6. अनुष्का शर्मा , भूमिका कारहाना  दसवीं स सांत्वना
 7.  लक्षिता सोलंकी , हर्षप्रीत कौर दसवीं अ सांत्वना

06-09-2017: INTER CLASS MEGA TRAVELLERS Our India (XI-XII)

QVS strongly believes in inculcating co-curricular education in its queens.

An inter class competition among the students of grade 11th and 12th was conducted on the topic Mega Travellers on August 23rd 2017. Mega Travellers is an annually conducted competition which covers the themes of civilizations, dynasties, exploration and historic discoveries.

Top two students from each class were selected for the next level of the competition which was held on September 4thfor grade 11th and September 6th for grade 12th. The students were allotted different topics on the theme and were asked to prepare a presentation on the same.

Queens participated with confidence. The topics were well researched and presented in an interesting format. This made it difficult for the judges to decide the winners. The effort and participation of the students was appreciated by all and was a fruitful learning experience for everyone.

The winners are:

Name Class-Section Position
Punya Thakur
Monalika Choudhary
Avi Sharma
Gunjan Kakkar
XI E
XI E
XII C
XII C
First position

CLASS VIII : INTER HOUSE INHERITANCE: WORLD HERITAGE QUIZ

CLASS VIII : INTER HOUSE INHERITANCE: WORLD HERITAGE QUIZ
31-08-2017: CLASS VIII : INTER HOUSE INHERITANCE: WORLD HERITAGE QUIZ

“A person without the knowledge of their past, origin and culture is like a tree with no roots.”

With the aim of raising awareness among our queens about the conservation and management of our heritage and to sensitize them about the rich social, cultural ,economic, natural and national heritage, an Inter-House Quiz Competition was conducted for Class VIII in Queen’s Valley School.

All sections of Class VIII participated in the preliminary round ,and the top four performers from each section were selected for the finals.The quiz was in the form of multiple choice questions with the difficulty level increasing with each round. To keep the audience interested and engaged,a few questions, placed randomly were directed at them as well.

In the closely contested rounds and after the mind boggling sessions, Courage House was declared the winner. All the competitors were loudly cheered and supported by their Co-House Members.

WINNER: COURAGE HOUSE

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Vaibhavi Godiyal
Pitambra Shrivastav
Tanvi
Sejal Rao
Diya
VIII A
VIII B
VIII C
VIII D
VIII E
First Position

CLASS PRE PRIMARY  DECK AND DEPICT

CLASS PRE PRIMARY  DECK AND DEPICT
31-08-2017: CLASS PRE PRIMARY DECK AND DEPICT

“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words”
-Robert Frost

Rhymes enjoy an undisputed importance in the life of any kindergarten student. Nursery rhymes not only develop speaking skills but they also help children to express their feelings using facial expressions and gestures. QVS organized ‘Deck and Depict’- Rhyme Recitation Competition for the queens of Pre-Primary, on Thursday, 31st August, 2017.

The children chose a variety of topics for their recitation like nature, trees, flowers, mother, teacher, unity in diversity etc. with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm. The preliminary round was conducted in the class room from where five children from each sections were selected for the Final Round.

The children enthusiastically participated in the competition as they got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. The eye catching props added colour to their performance. The competition was enjoyed equally by the students as well as teachers. Everybody present in the audience was impressed and appreciated the efforts of the Queens. Overall it was a fruitful experience.

The result is as follows-

Pre-Primary

Name Section Position
Tuhina Soni
Prabhgun Kaur
Jasmine
Elina
I position
I position
Aaradhya Kant
Mishika Dangri
Jasmine
Jasmine
II Position
II Position
Siddhi Bisht
Preksha Paul
Elina
Alice
III Position
III Position

INTER CLASS INDIAN LEGACY: ENACT A NATIONAL SYMBOL (IV)

INTER CLASS INDIAN LEGACY: ENACT A NATIONAL SYMBOL (IV)
30-08-2017: INTER CLASS INDIAN LEGACY: ENACT A NATIONAL SYMBOL (IV)

National symbols of a country represent a host of objects that paint a unique identity about the country’s sensibilities. India is a unique country with rich biodiversity. The National Symbols of India give the country a sense of originality and individuality. They together signify a rich history, culture and traditions, that should be preserved and cherished so that it remains in the heart of every Indian.

The rich heritage of India is a result of assimilation of cultural influences through generations. Ours is a multi-faceted culture and the various facets of our heritage require appropriate representation. A number of national symbols have been designated after careful deliberation. The various categories in which Indian national symbols have been attributed are National Flag, National Anthem, National Emblem, National Song, National Bird, National Animal, National Tree, National Flower, National Fruit, National Calendar and National Game.

To make our Queens understand the value of our National Symbols, a fancy-dress competition depicting the national symbols of India was organized for the Queens of Class IV. Very elegantly, they depicted our national symbols and spoke a few lines about them. They looked enthralling in the dresses they wore to represent the symbols. They chose the symbols like the- lotus flower, banyan tree, river dolphin, tricolor, mango etc.

It was a great experience for the viewers as well as the participants. The Queens who scored the positions are-

Name Class-Section Position
Krittika Bharadwaj
Diya Kapoor
IV A
IV G
First
Snehal Samal IV G Second
Advita
Sweekriti
Vartika Chauhan
IV B
IV D
IV G
Third

INTER CLASS HOME OF GOURMET: INTERNATIONAL FIRELESS COOKING (VI)

INTER CLASS HOME OF GOURMET: INTERNATIONAL FIRELESS COOKING (VI)
25-08-2017: INTER CLASS HOME OF GOURMET: INTERNATIONAL FIRELESS COOKING (VI)

“Good food is all the sweeter when shared with friends”

Following this motive, our Queens of Queen's Valley School showcased their dexterous cooking skills by participating in the International Fireless Cooking Competition. Drifting away from the regular routine, our little master chefs got a platform to make the best use of their culinary skills. The competition was organized for class VI on 25-08-2017.

The students were agog with anticipation and excitement. Their knowledge of food was astonishing. Each class was given an array of international cuisines to choose from- Mexican, Italian, Continental, Indian, Lebanese and Chinese. The students prepared a variety of dishes from these international cuisines, but the best amongstthem were the falafel salad from Lebanon, stuffed paneer dim sums from China, fruit custard from India, crispy nachos seasoned with cheese served with salsa sauce from Mexico.

Catering to tastes and cuisines of various parts of the world, the Queens prepared tempting and appetizing delicacies. Our chefs were attired in aprons and gloves to maintain hygiene. They were judged on various parameters, like, taste, hygiene, innovation and presentation skills. The students were dolled up in beautiful attires representing their respective countries.The competition turned out to be a success.

The winners-

Name Class-Section Country Represented Position
Harshita Yadav
Jessica Malik
Maanvi Satija
Nimisha Singh
Parul Yadav
Prachi Dabas
Rishika Choudhary
Saamiya Salman
Saibya Dhar
Samridhi Chaurasia
Tanisha
Trisha
Vani Vats
Arnika Solanki
Kanika Choudhary
Nidhi Dagar
Prachi Jha
Prerna Singhal
Shreya Rawat
Avni
Jahnavi Malhotra
Keshvi
Mahika Singh
Reva Singh
Rupali Mishra
Srishti Singh
Yukti Solanki
Aashika Yuvrani
Bharti
Bhumi Srivastva
Kritika Dhawan
Megha Attri
Nitika Sharma
Nupur Goel
Vaibhavi
VI D Mexico First

INTER CLASS FOLKFORE (PPT): RIVER LEGENDS OF THE WORLD ( CLASS V)

INTER CLASS FOLKFORE (PPT): RIVER LEGENDS OF THE WORLD ( CLASS V)
25-08-2017: INTER CLASS FOLKFORE (PPT): RIVER LEGENDS OF THE WORLD ( CLASS V)

Rivers are an integral part of our life as they carry water and nutrients to areas all around the earth. They play a very important part in the water cycle, acting as drainage channels for surface water. Rivers drain nearly 75% of the earth's land surface. Rivers provide excellent habitat and food for many of the earth's organisms.
‘A RIVER SEEMS A MAGIC THING.A MAGIC MOVING, LIVING PART OF THE VERY EARTH ITSELF

The above quote truly signifies the importance of the River Legends of the World which was elucidated in the powerpoint presentations prepared by the queens of class V. An inter class powerpoint presentation competition was organized on 31st August 2017. The prelim round was held between 16th August to 25th August. The theme of the powerpoint Presentation Competition was ‘River Legends of the World’. All the students of class V participated with great zeal and vigour.The PPTs that they made were exceptionally good and informative which displayed the major rivers around the world and the legends associated with them. The motive behind the competition was to make children aware of the river legends around the world and to spread awareness about the water, its conservation and how to make judicious use of it.

The competition was a great success.

WINNERS:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Machint Kaur V C First Position
BhoomI  Suryan
Rishima Khare
V B Second Position
Hridya Singh
Vanshika Yadav
V D Third Position

CLASS III-XII INTER CLASS SKATING COMPETITION

CLASS III-XII INTER CLASS SKATING COMPETITION
23-08-2017: CLASS III-XII INTER CLASS SKATING COMPETITION

Sport is all forms of competitive physical activity which, through casual or organized participation, aim to use, maintain or improve physical fitness and provide entertainment to participants. At QVS, we constantly try to balance academics with sports so as to further the all-round development of our queens. Keeping this in mind, a Roller Skating Competition was organized for the students of classes III to XII as part of the series of Inter-House competitions on 23August, 2017.

Roller Skating is travelling on surfaces with roller skates. It is a form of recreational activity as well as a sport. It is a lifetime fitness sport, well suited for both children and adults. It helps in building cardiovascular fitness and also contributes to the development of balance and coordination.

Students showcased their finesse in the said sport with utmost grace and poise. The queens displayed balance and fine footwork as they maintained their posture. They upheld the spirit of healthy competition throughout as they strived for fair play, courtesy toward teammates and opponents, ethical behaviour and integrity, and grace in victory as well as defeat.

The participants displayed fair play in an electrifying atmosphere. Stunning skating performances left the spectators as well as the judges speechless. The participants displayed their forte in various skating variations like quad roller skates, inline skates and tri-skates. They challenged each other with their impeccable speed and balance.

The competition was successfully organised and it gave our young athletes a great platform to exhibit their talent and hard work. The enthusiasm that the participants performed with filled the atmosphere with undying applause and appreciation for them.

The winners are:

WINNERS FOR CLASSES III-V:

Name Class- Section Types of Skates Position
Versha Das
Bhargavi Ghildiyal
Eshita
III C
IV A
V B
Adjustable Skates First Position
Harshika Aggarwal
Mahima
Suhana Yadav
III B
IV D
V F
Adjustable Skates Second Position
Aanya Gupta
Kashvi Singh
Palak Prakash
III E
IV E
V F
Shoe Skates First Position
Jasmehar Kaur
Disha Pasupuleti
Krittika Bharadwaj
Manchint Kaur
III A
IV G
IV A
V C
Shoe Skates Second Position
Kanishka Verma
Ahana Gupta
Pragya Singh
III B
IV A
V A
Inline Skates First Position
Khushi Mishra IV C Inline Skates Second Position

WINNERS FOR CLASSES VI-XIII:

Name Class- Section Types of Skates Position
Harshita Sehrawat
Kavishi Jindal
Vaibhavi Godiyal
Shefali Singh
VI A
VII E
VIII A
IX B
Adjustable Skates First Position
Manepalli Siva Sri Sahithi
Jasjot Kaur Sachdeva
Manshi Singh
Ananya Batra
VI B
VII D
VII A
VIII B
Adjustable Skates Second Position
Charu Yadav
Khushpreet Kaur
Poorva Solanki
Karina Yadav
VI C
VII D
VIII A
IX E
Shoe Skates First Position
Akansha
Aarya Lather
Ritika Yadav
VI F
VII A
VIII B
Shoe Skates Second Position
Nidhi Dagar
Sheral
Muskan
VI D
VII E
IX C
Inline Skates First Position
Bhavya Gahlot
Bhavya Malhotra
Priyanka Singh
VI F
VII D
IX C
Inline Skates Second Position

Class Pre School

Class Pre School
18-08-2017: Class Pre School

Culture is the widening of the mind and of the spirit

Indian culture, often labelIed as an amalgamation of several cultures, spans across the Indian subcontinent and has been influenced by a history that is several millennium old. The culture of India refers collectively to the thousands of distinct and unique cultures of all religions and communities present in India. To celebrate the Diversity of Indian Culture, a Fancy Dress Competition titled ‘Atulya Bharat’ was organized by Queen’s Valley School on 18th August, 2017 for the Queens of Pre-school. It was a pleasure to watch the Queens dressed up to represent different states of India. The Queens participated enthusiastically in the competition and enthralled everyone with their spellbinding performance and exuberating patriotic fervour. The students were well equipped with their props and performances. It was indeed a mesmerizing event which will be etched in our memory for a very long time.

The result is as follows-

PRE-SCHOOL

Name Section Position
Vaidehi Angelina I position
Delisha Sharma Snowwhite II Position
Mihika Singh
Demira Kathuria
Tinkerbell
Tinkerbell
III Position
III Position

CLASS VII  INTER –CLASS  COMPETITION—ENACT-O-MANIA

CLASS VII  INTER –CLASS  COMPETITION—ENACT-O-MANIA
18-08-2017: CLASS VII INTER –CLASS COMPETITION—ENACT-O-MANIA

Social and Religious Reformers

“To really change the world, we have to help people change the way they see things. If you want to see real change, stay persistent in educating humanity on how similar we all are than different. Don't only strive to be the change you want to see in the world"
- Suzy Kassem

Can one person really change the world? The answer might depend on the definition of the “world” that we’re trying to change. Often, we must look within ourselves, adjusting our thinking and our actions, in order to create external change. Fear, self-doubt, and resistance to change can hinder anyone. But there’s always something we can do, no matter how small the action is.

I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples. – Mother Teresa

We are fortunate to have, many extraordinary human beings who devoted all their lives for the betterment of the society and for the upliftment of the downtrodden. Had it not been for the individual efforts of reformers like Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, DrBhimrao Ambedkar, JyotibaPhule, Mother Teresa, etc.the world would not have been the same as we see it today. It is due to their effort, it has become possible to abolish several extreme social evils such as racism, sati, child marriage etc.

To pay a tribute to these visionaries, “ENACT-O-MANIA“ was organized for all the sections of Std. VII on 18th August`18 in the YOGA ROOM as a part of NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND HERITAGE MONTH.The queens of Queen’s Valley School participated enthusiastically in the competition and gave the judges a tough time in selecting the winners. However, the winners were selected on the basis of confidence, costume, content and presentation.

The winners are:

Name Class Position
Aditi Kapoor
YuvikaMasand
VII C
VII F
First Position
Shreen Sharma VII D Second Position
Shagun Sinha
Chetna Solanki
VII E
VII C
Third Position

CLASS VI-VIII INTER-HOUSE CRICKET

CLASS VI-VIII INTER-HOUSE CRICKET
17-08-2017: CLASS VI-VIII INTER-HOUSE CRICKET

A healthy mind resides in a healthy body.
- Aristotle

At the elementary level, physical activity stimulates the physical and mental growth of a child. Sports not only develop a healthy body but also fosters body strength. It also provides mental sharpness and stamina, making them more alert.

The importance of sports is not just limited to being physically fit but has positive effects on their studies as well. Sports also imparts the important lesson of team-spirit, and gives them the experience of working with different people in different situations.

It also provides a great lesson in time management, as even a difference of a second in a game can be crucial. If sports is inculcated from a very young age, it helps build character and discipline. It gives one the confidence of being an individual with overall development also, infusing a sporting spirit within children and takes the monotony out of their daily life.

Hence, children’s participation in sports is extremely important and is encouraged as a part of the school curriculum. The digital era has caused a major shift in the way children spend their free time. It is important for parents and teachers to bring children back to the playground.

Keeping this in mind, Queen’s Valley School, organized an Inter-House Cricket Match for the students of classes VI-XII in the school premises. All prepared up to prove their mettle, the children participated with full zeal. The matches were played among the four Houses - Courage, Peace, Integrity and Truth. The final match was played on 17thAugust 2017.The enthusiastic crowd experienced a thrilling performance with the two teams exhibiting their best in the eight over match. The match exhibited sportsmanship from both the teams with victory falling into the lap of Peace house. While the winners were cheered, the effort of the runners up was equally appreciated.

WINNER: PEACE HOUSE

NAME CLASS – SECTION POSITION
Varooni Sharma
Khushi Shokeen
Shivi Sharma
Tanvi Bahl
Apoorva Saini
Ritanshi Rana
Eshparsi Gupta
VishakhaJanghu
Asmit Kaur
Sakshi Ramani
MohitaDalal
Richa Bhardwaj
VII A
VII C
VII C
VIII C
VIII D
IX A
IX B
IX D
IX E
XI A
XI B
XII A
First Position

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS
11-08-2017: INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS

Our tri-colour does not fly because the wind blows it; it flies with the last breath of every soldier who died defending it.

With Independence Day celebrations, Queen’s Valley School has always aimed at instilling a fresh sense of pride in its queens as well as strengthening the bond of unity that holds this great nation together. The festivities are aimed at inspiring students to respect, admire and emulate the devotion showcased by our national heroes in the past. It is an absolute pleasure to witness the children apply themselves with just as much zeal and zest to the rehearsals and the final day of celebration.

On 11 August, 2017, to celebrate the 71st Independence Day, the school donned a festive look and the corridors buzzed with the excitement of the beautifully clad participants, setting the fervour of the day. Escorted by the NCC contingent, the honourable Chairman, Mr. S.K. Sachdeva and the other revered members of the Managing Committee, were welcomed to the thunderous round of applause of the gathered audience. The revered guests were presented with a souvenir of love and gratitude from the QVS family.

The symbol of national pride, our tri-colour flag, was unfurled by our respected Chairman Sir and all, in unison, sang the National Anthem, loudly voicing their love and loyalty for their country. A picture can convey a thousand beautiful sentiments and the spectacle of the fluttering tri-colour successfully conjured patriotic emotions among the spectators, defining the image of an independent India.

After the flag hoisting ceremony, our Chairman Sir addressed the gathering with his riveting words. He emphasised on the need of education in ushering true freedom in today’s world. He also highlighted the importance of unity in diversity, which is the core of our country's nationalism, and the need to reminisce the constant efforts and hard work of our foresighted leaders who had laid down their lives for the freedom we all enjoy today. The cultural programme was an uplifting, musical presentation that took the audience by storm. It propagated the need for a profound young generation which has strong moorings into its rich culture and inspiring history. The grand finale, performed on the song ‘Jagao Mere Desh Ko’, was an appeal for the awakening of a modern India, where modern thoughts craft the destiny of its citizens without letting them forget their roots and traditions.

The contribution of the spectators in the form of a loud and heartfelt applause marked the success of the day's event. The honoured dignitaries released the tri-coloured balloons that peppered the sky, inspiring the students to soar towards the goal of national progress with single minded devotion. A vote of thanks was proposed in the end. Each member in the audience took with them reminiscences soaked in love for their motherland.


CLASS X: INTER CLASS JAAGO GRAHAK JAAGO

CLASS X: INTER CLASS JAAGO GRAHAK JAAGO
10-08-2017: CLASS X: INTER CLASS JAAGO GRAHAK JAAGO

Advertisement Making

We live in a majestic world of advertising, where we areintroduced to new products every day. These advertisements touch every aspect of our lives, appeal to our emotions and make us believe in a product. Advertising is an innovative strategy used by companies to encourage people to buy their products, services or ideas. The world of advertising is huge where companies sell their products; government promotes its policies and programmes and tries to create awareness.

We at Queen’s Valleyensure that our queens develop a creative temperament and to achieve the same we organised an advertisementmaking competition on 10 August, 2017 for the students of class X. Queens of class X participated in the competition with immense enthusiasm and presented creative, humorous and unique advertisements. Our queens prepared extraordinary scripts touching a wide variety of topics from selling commercial product to creating awareness through social advertisement. These intelligent scripts left the audience rolling with laughter and at the same time created awareness about serious topics like human trafficking and left the audience introspecting about such heinous crimes and our ignorance towards them. The students came decked up in colourful dresses and used a variety of props. They were confident and performed with great flamboyance on stage.

Their effort and participation was appreciated by all. The show left our queens applauding for the participants. The result of the competition is as follows-

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Archna
Dishita Kumari
Kiran Goswami
Bhavya Pokhriyal
Nandini Dagar
X B First Position
Kavya Pandey
Shaurya Singh
Anushka Sharma
Simran Yadav
Sanskretti Jha
X C Second Position
Chitra Raj
Devangi Shukla
Simran Yadav
Khushi Gupta
Vishakha
X D Third Position

CLASS IX :MAKE MY TRIP- INTER CLASS BROCHURE  MAKING COMPETITION

CLASS IX :MAKE MY TRIP- INTER CLASS BROCHURE  MAKING COMPETITION
09-08-2017: CLASS IX :MAKE MY TRIP- INTER CLASS BROCHURE MAKING COMPETITION

Travelling to any place whether national or international is always so much fun. Taking a cue from this, Queen’s Valley School offered its Queen’s a break from their daily routine. Queen’s Valley School organised Make My Trip- inter class brochure making competition for the young travellers of class IX. It was held on 09.08.2017.

The participants from class IX had to make a Brochure on any country or region or place of the world. In the brochure the participants had to give information about the various tourist sites, accommodation facilities, transportation facilities, cuisine and helpline numbers etc. of the place of their choice.

It was a group competition wherein each team hadfive participants. In total 9 teams participated in the competition. It was a wonderful experience for them as they learnt to make interesting yet informativebrochures all by themselves.

Queens made brochures on various countries and places like France, India, Australia etc. The basic idea of the competition was to make sure that girls attain knowledge about different countries of the world. They also learnt that tourism is a major source of income for many countries, and affects the economy of both the source and host countries.

They made their brochures look attractive and informative. The brochures were a rich source of information on the country chosen.

Students were not only well prepared but enthusiastic as well.Their enthusiasm and dresses added colour and fun to the event and made it a huge success.

Winners:

NAME CLASS- SECTION POSITION
Rishika Pandey
Medha Nimbhal
Neeti Singh
Nikita Dalal
Divya Daftuar
IX D First Position
Aayushi Chanda
Mehak Yadav
Simran Solanki
Karishma Soni
Karina Yadav
IX E Second Position
Prerna Chhikara
Sania Kataria
Sona
Tanya Sharma
Arshpreet Kaur
IX C Third Position

CLASS IX INTER CLASS GO GREEN-DANCE / CHOREOGRAPHY COMPETITION

CLASS IX INTER CLASS GO GREEN-DANCE / CHOREOGRAPHY COMPETITION
31-07-2017: CLASS IX INTER CLASS GO GREEN-DANCE / CHOREOGRAPHY COMPETITION

The Science month was celebrated in the month of July' 17 at Queen's Valley School, Dwarka. It was celebrated mainly to support the cause of reducing the carbon foot prints and also a thanksgiving to nature. On this occasion, an interclass dance competition was organised by the students of Class IX.

The theme was ‘Go Green’, a green initiative to educate the next generation on the importance of preserving our beautiful planet earth. The students enthralled the audience by their dance performances and a very informative mime act which themed the importance of water and greenery. They also took a pledge to take care of the environment and our mother Earth.

The winners of the competition were-

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Radhika Saxena
Samiksha Arya
Preksha Sharma
Richa Negi
Aishwarya Sharma
Asmit Kaur
Divya
Ishmeet Kaur
Radhika
Vashvi Raj
IX E First Position
Priyanshi Singh
Priyanshi Udar
Yashika Chouhan
Anjani Khandelwal
Sania Kataria
Tanya Sharma
Eshita
Shruti Kumari
Aarti Khandelwal
Prerna
Rida
Teeya Ojha
IX C Second Position
Dhimahi Doshi
Jyotsana Panchal
Bhawna Gupta
Pushpita Bera
Khushi Khan
Nikita Dalal
Rashika Pandey
IX D Third Position

INTER – CLASS COMPETITION SHOW AND TELL: Hi- Tech Gadgets

INTER – CLASS COMPETITION SHOW AND TELL: Hi- Tech Gadgets
27-07-2017: INTER – CLASS COMPETITION SHOW AND TELL: Hi- Tech Gadgets

"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
- Einstein

The present era is the era of science. Science has undoubtedly done great service to mankind. Man, a rational being, has been curious to explore mysteries of nature and this led to many discoveries and inventions being made in various part of the world. Every sphere of life has been revolutionized by science. Can you think of a world without mobiles, I Phone, computers, LED TV? Science is their inventor!

Science gadgets are also the means to understand our surroundings. Gadgets are the only way we can make our life comfortable and easier. A gadget not only increases the flexibility and efficiency in our daily life but it also helps us to increase our life expectancy.

Keeping this in mind, “SHOW AND TELL: Hi Tech Gadgets”, was organized for all the sections of Class VI on 27th July 2017 in the Cultural Hall as a part of Science and Technology Month in which the Queens had to select any one high tech gadgets and speak a few lines on its contribution towards mankind. A preliminary round for the same took place on 18th July 2017 and the best three students were chosen from each section. The selected students were given the opportunity to speak before a cheering audience and the esteemed judges. The queens spoke with extraordinary confidence and made it difficult for the judges to decide the winners. Their effort and participation were appreciated by all. The best ones were chosen as winners. The winners were selected on the basis of confidence, content and uniqueness of the props.

The winners are:

 

NAME CLASS – SECTION POSITION
Palak Rajawat VI B First Position
Ananya Dogra VI B Second Position
Diya Wadhwani
Sohini Balyan
VI E
VI B
Third Position

CLASS I & II Show and Tell

CLASS I & II Show and Tell
27-07-2017: CLASS I & II Show and Tell

“Speech is power: Speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel.”
- RalphWaldo Emerson

Show and Tell is an important part of child’s learning development, as it helps to organize information and build confidence. It’s a chance for children to think ‘outside the box’ and communicate feelings, thoughts and emotions with words. It invites their teachers and classmates to come into their own little world although for a minute or two.

With this aim, Show and Tell Competition was organised for the Queens of classes I and II in QVS on 27th July 2017. A preliminary round for the same took place on 21st July 2017. The students came dressed in beautiful costumes carrying beautiful, creative and effective props like solar systems, a teddy bear, mobile phones, calculators, laptops etc. They displayed the ability to keep the listeners on the edge of their seats with their knowledge about the objects they had brought. It was appreciated by all and was a fruitful learning experience for everyone.

The winners were:-

CLASS – I

S.NO. STUDENT'S NAME SECTION POSITION
1 SAACHI KALRA DAFFODIL I
2 ANUSHA SRIVASTAVA TULIP I
3 ANANYA THAKUR DAFFODIL II
4 DHRITI DUTT DAFFODIL III

CLASS – II

S.NO. STUDENT'S NAME SECTION POSITION
1 TIANA GOYAL MULBERRY I
2 PRISHA BHATIA HUCKLEBERRY II
3 SHAMBHAVI BISHT HUCKLEBERRY II
4 ANNANYA ANWESHA NAYAK CHERRYBERRY III

CLASS VIII : INTER CLASS PICKING BEATS- COMPOSING RAPS ON SCIENTISTS OF YESTER YEARS

CLASS VIII : INTER CLASS PICKING BEATS- COMPOSING RAPS ON SCIENTISTS OF YESTER YEARS
27-07-2017: CLASS VIII : INTER CLASS PICKING BEATS- COMPOSING RAPS ON SCIENTISTS OF YESTER YEARS

“Music is not Math. It’s Science. You keep mixing the stuff up until it blows up on you, or it becomes this incredible potion.”
- Bruno Mars

Music is both an art and a science, and music and science are closely related. Both use mathematical principles and logic, blended with creative thinking and inspiration to arrive at conclusions that are both enlightening and inspirational. It could be said that Science is the music of the intellect, and Music is the science of the heart.

And scientists are known all over the world for their contributions. They are always recognized by their white coats while conducting experiments. Their systematic and documented study of any theory is not just limited to physics, chemistry and biology but also earth sciences, arts, social sciences and many.

Therefore, Queen's Valley School organized an Inter-Class “Picking Beats-Composing raps on Scientists of Yester Years” competition for all the students of class VIII on July 27, 2017 to celebrate the contributions of various scientists as a part of Science and Technology month. The Selected group of students performed with great zeal and came up with very innovative ideas and infused music with information which created a mesmerizing effect. They used props to create music and some of them even used musical instruments to create an impact. It was thrilling to witness such imaginative and creative ideas from the queens.

The winners are:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Harshita Arora
Bhor
Manini Singh
Vanshika Pandey
VIII D First Position
Naina Sehrawat
Akanksha Dangri
Mallika Bali
Vanshika Singhal
Poorvi Arya
Dimple Gupta
Drishti Sharma
VIII C Second Position
Laavanya
Harshika Tandon
Pitambara Srivastav
SanskritiVidushi                  
SaumyaGelani
Adwitiyaa Sigh
Yogita Sigh
SanyaKataria
VIII B
VIII C
Third Position
Shradha
Prajna Gon
Vanshika Dhunna
Manyashri
VIII E Consolation

CLASS III-XII INTER CLASS YOGA COMPETITION

CLASS III-XII INTER CLASS YOGA COMPETITION
26-07-2017: CLASS III-XII INTER CLASS YOGA COMPETITION

“When this body has been so magnificently and artistically created by God, it is only fitting that we should maintain it in good health and harmony by the most excellent and artistic science of Yoga"
- GEETA IYENGAR

Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word "Yuj" which literally means Union.

A Conscious union with the Essence of Oneself. Yoga helps us to become aware of our existence. Both yoga and physical education contribute to not merely the physical development of the child but have a positive impact on psychosocial and mental development as well.It also makes the bodies more supple and healthier. Yoga not only increases the concentration levels in students but increases their confidence level too. It relaxes the mindsand relieves stress especially due to excessive exposure and attachment to electronic devises.

In School students should be taught yoga and pranayam to students to make them mentally strong and physically fit to face the stressful world. Yoga practice contributes to the overall development of the child and various studies have shown that it contributes to flexibility and muscular fitness and also corrects postural defects among school children.

Queens Valley School organised an Inter Class Yoga competition for classes III to XII. The supportive environment provided by the school encouraged the students to perform to the best of their abilities. They successfully overcame fears, hesitation, self-consciousness thereby challenging themselves to bring around synchronized movements, captivating one and all. They had their final rounds from 12th July, 2017 to 26thJuly, 2017 and the following students came out as winners.


TRASH   TO  TREASURE

TRASH   TO  TREASURE
25-07-2017: TRASH TO TREASURE

“Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way”
- Edward de Bono

Little hands and imaginative minds came together in a creative burst of energy during the “Trash to Treasure- Best out of Waste” Competition held on 25th July 2017 organised for classes Pre-School and Pre-Primary respectively. The princesses expressed thei imagination and showcased their creative streak. Children participated earnestly in the competition. Exceptional ideas were executed by deft fingers .Children came up with amazing ideas using waste materials such as old newspaper, foil, jute, old lace, tetra packs etc. They were all transformed into intricate artifacts. Each product prepared by the children was a treat to the eyes. This also made the selection process extremely difficult for the judges. This fun filled activity witnessed an enthusiastic participation of all the students.

The result is as follows-

PRE SCHOOL-

Name Section Position
Harshita Verma
Shaivi Khantwal
Angelina
Rapunzel
I
I
Timran Kaur
Kavya Sharma
Rapunzel
Tinkerbell
II
II
Eti
Akshi Sehrawat
Rapunzel
Angelina
III
III

PRE PRIMARY-

Name Section Position
Kanishka
Mishika Dangri
Aaliya Jaha
Elina
Jasmine
Jasmine
I
II
III

CLASS IV INTER HOUSE INQUIZITIVE:  SCIENCE QUIZ COMPETITION

CLASS IV INTER HOUSE INQUIZITIVE:  SCIENCE QUIZ COMPETITION
24-07-2017: CLASS IV INTER HOUSE INQUIZITIVE: SCIENCE QUIZ COMPETITION

“Science is the poetry of reality.”
- Marie Curie

The princesses of class IV recently exhibited their tech streak in “Inquisitive-the science quiz” held on 24th July’17. The students showed great zeal and talent in the inter house event. There were 4 rounds pertaining to scientific topics involving a higher order thinking skills. The teachers, who helped the students attain the necessary knowledge for participating in the quiz were greatly impressed by the young minds working with interest in answering the challenging questions promptly. Each house was represented by four students. The students displayed teamwork and cooperation in answering the questions promptly. They handled the HOTS (High Order Thinking Skills) questions with great dexterity. Complex problems and questions were answered with great aplomb.

WINNER: TRUTH HOUSE

 

NAME CLASS - SECTION POSITION
Khanak Gupta IV A First Position
Arjana Chaudhary IV E
Zenobia IV E
Navya Tiwari IV F

Science Exhibition- “INNOVENTIONS-2017”

Science Exhibition- “INNOVENTIONS-2017”
22-07-2017: Science Exhibition- “INNOVENTIONS-2017”

Benjamin Franklin had understood the true meaning of education when he had said - "Tell me and I forget, Teach me and I remember, Involve me and I learn." In continuation of our untiring pursuit to promote the learning of concepts that lay bare to us the mysteries of this world ... this universe; Queen’s Valley School organized a Science Exhibition on 22nd July 2017.

Exhibitions are opportunities where ideas will begin to bloom for the development of the world. Science is the poetry of reality and it was sheer poetry - of concepts and theorems alike,that had been given physical form when one entered the exhibition area. In the room, there were exhibits ofspace explorations, fascinating machines, and interesting concepts. This year, the curious minds of QVS went a step ahead and touched the astronomical aspects of the Universe and included the models of the Solar system,Hubble’s telescope, Rockets in their exhibits.

The students welcomed the guests who were there to view their wondrous exhibits, they explained to them notions that seemed complicated but were dealt with in the most non - complex manner. The students reaffirmed the idea that science is a way of thinking for science is made up of mistakes, but they are mistakes which are useful to make because they lead little by little to the truth.

Each guest who walked into this alluring world of Science was left dazzled by the enchanting exhibits that revealed the praiseworthy effort of the students. What one learnt from this endeavor was - never stop questioning - somewhere something incredible is waiting to be found. The exhibits by different students wererelated to functioning of inverter, logicgates, alarm sensors,fm radio, amplifiers, USB Fan, coolers and many more.

The exhibition covered the three main fields in Science, namely- Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It presented the students with a great opportunity to showcase their talent and bring out the ‘Innovator’ and the ‘Inventor, in every young individual.

The effort put in by the students were appreciated by all.


INTER CLASS FROM TRASH TO TREASURE: BEST OUT OF WASTE   (Class VII)

INTER CLASS FROM TRASH TO TREASURE: BEST OUT OF WASTE   (Class VII)
21-07-2017: INTER CLASS FROM TRASH TO TREASURE: BEST OUT OF WASTE (Class VII)

WASTE is not a WASTE until WASTED”
– Anonymous

Recycling is important in today’s world if we want to leave this planet for our future generations. Recycling begins at home. When we think of recycling, we should really think about the whole idea: reduce, reuse and recycle. We’ve been careless up to this point with the way we’ve treated the Earth and it’s time to bring about a change.

To illustrate the concept of waste reduction through reuse, Queen's Valley School organized an Inter‐Class competition “From Trash To Treasure” for all the students of class VII on 21stJuly ’17 as a part of Science and Technology month.

Students were asked to take old household items and find creative ways to use them again. They used their creativity, added other components and materials to it, or simply used it them in a way that was different from its original purpose.

Three winners were selected on the basis of their presentation, creativity and problem solving skills. The competition was a success as it taught the students to minimize waste output by finding creative ways to reuse items that they would otherwise put in the garbage.

The winners are:

 

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Shagun VII C First Position
Aarushi Negi VII C Second Position
Anshita Khanduja
S. Vartika
VII B
VII F
Third Position

INTER CLASS GO ORGANIC - FANCY DRESS COMPETITION (III)

INTER CLASS GO ORGANIC - FANCY DRESS COMPETITION (III)
20-07-2017: INTER CLASS GO ORGANIC - FANCY DRESS COMPETITION (III)

Air moves us
Fire transforms us
Water shapes us
Earth heals us
Become an Earth Warrior!!

We, at QVS, believe that the importance of going organic in this rapid changing world is undeniable. Therefore, QVS organized a competition ‘Go Organic’, a costume parade, for children of class III to give them an opportunity to unleash the creative spark in them and come up with the most unconventional and ingenious conceptions on going organic, spun with their wit and imagination.

Children grabbed this opportunity to showcase their potential. Their passion and love for the nature manifested itself in the form of zealous participation. Through this competition students gained knowledge and the audience and the judges were left mesmerized by the young students who walked the ramp in the most gorgeous dresses ever seen.

The winners are: -

NAME CLASS - SECTION POSITION
Jasmehar Kaur
Vanshika Thakur
Gurasis Kaur Kanwar
Palak Raghav
Tanishi Singh
Drishti Dagar
Lakshita Sharma
Shivani Pratap
Aditri Mishra
Harpreet Kaur
Anweshaa Bhardwaj
Yutika Mehra
III A
III A
III B
III B
III C
III C
III D
III D
III E
III E
III F
III F
First Position

CLASS VI-XII Inter House Sports Quiz

CLASS VI-XII Inter House Sports Quiz
19-07-2017: CLASS VI-XII Inter House Sports Quiz

It is important to explore the minds of our children and inspire them to be curious about the world around them, so that they can develop a greater understanding of it. Quiz competitions encourage students to look beyond their textual knowledge and establish a relationship between theory and application of the learnt concepts. Quiz is a ‘mind sport’ wherein the players, either as individuals or in teams attempt to answer questions posed to them correctly, in order to win a prize or title. Quizzes are designed to promote a fun way to study and in the process help improve one’s general knowledge. They enable students to think from different angles or simply ‘to think out of the box’.

The advantages of participating in a sports quiz are that they not only help the students to amass ample knowledge and wisdom regarding sports but they can also appreciate the value of research and learn how to work as teams.

As an attempt to develop such skills in our queens, a sports quiz was held at QVS for classes VI-XII. The aim of the competition was to test the knowledge of the students related to sports and games and create more awareness about the same.

The preliminary round for classes VII-VIII was held on 12th July and for classes IX-XII it was held on 19th July in the form of a written test followed by an interactive session. The finalists were selected from each house i.e. Truth, Peace, Integrity and Courage. There were different rounds in the quiz such as quotes round, identifying various sports celebs and personalities round, jumbled round and measurement round, etc.

All the participants who took part put their best foot forward. Overall, the event was very informative as the students got to know more about various sports and sportspersons who with their hard work and perseverance have made a name for themselves in the world.

The competition was a success as the students participated in it with great zeal and zest.

Winners for Classes VI-VIII: Integrity House

Name Class-Section House Position
Vittoria Gautam Pal VI A Integrity House First Position
Prateeksha Dahiya VII D
Vanshika Gupta VIII D

Winners for Classes IX-XI: Integrity House

Name Class-Section House Position
Bhumika Sharma IX B Integrity House First Position
Tanu IX D
Mansi Satya XI D

AURORA 2017@ BEHES: DEBATE AND DIALECTICS

AURORA 2017@ BEHES: DEBATE AND DIALECTICS
18-07-2017: AURORA 2017@ BEHES: DEBATE AND DIALECTICS

It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it.
Joseph Joubert

As part of the endeavour to promote the spirit of expostulation and rationalization among young learners, Queen’s Valley School organised the Inter School fest Aurora2017: Seed for Thought. The proceedings of the event were conducted in association with Behes, a non- profit organisation committed to the vision of building an all-India platform for young students to express themselves and debate some engaging and relevant topics through the free-flowing debating format.

The event was a radically distinctive one in the sense that it was the very first All Girls' Behes debate, a team debate tournament exclusively for female school students, aimed at highlighting the core issues pertaining to gender equality and women empowerment. Aurora, a figurative representation for dawn through a speck of light in the dark, could be looked upon as the institution’s effort to contribute to the global enterprise of bringing enlightenment in the domain of women rights, both in personal and public spaces.

The debate tournament was held as a two day inter school event, in which more than twenty five teamsfrom the Dwarka region and beyond participated. The event was inaugurated by an inspiring speech by the Principal Dr.Namita Sharma, who through an effective balance of content and rhetoric highlighted the grim realities surrounding the cause of women and the need for a collective awakening of the people’s consciousness for the realization of a just and equal society. The cultural programme which followed was an exemplification of the same belief and left the audience in a mode of reflection and introspection.

The venue points for the debate were thematically designed with quotes and slogans in order to ensure perceptive learning through visual representation. The competition had two teams in each room with three speakers having a face off round against each other, debating to argue for and against a motion. Points were awarded based on content, confidence, language, knowledge, persuasion skills and oratory skills and quality of the arguments. The competition was held in a knockout format with one winning team emerging at the end of a series of challenging debates. The motions were formulated on a wide range of topics surrounding gender sensitivity and equality.

The penultimate section of the event was a panel discussion based on the theme 'Gender Sensitisation and Equality' by eminent speakers with expertise in the field of women development. The institution was graced with the presence of Dr. Sohail Hashmi, Dr. Bharti Kumar, Ms. Sunieta Ojha and Mr. Paras Arora, all virtuosos in their respective domains of learning. Their enlightening words raised thunderous applause from the audience. Relevant and meaningful interrogations raised by members from the audience were addressed and responded to in a logical and coherent manner, thus affirming Nelson Mandela’s thesis: Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument.

The day closed with the prize distribution ceremony in which twenty speakers each from the two categories, Cubs and Lionesses were felicitated with medals and books for their outstanding skills of impromptu content development and oration. The runners up position under the Cubs and Lionesses category was bagged by Queen’s Valley School and Mt. Carmel School respectively. The winners of the two day long event were Indraprastha International School and Nirmal Bhartia School. The euphoria of the event melted on a positive note of contentment and tranquility with all participants feeling more.


Colouring Competition – KG Classes

Colouring Competition – KG Classes
18-07-2017: Colouring Competition – KG Classes

“Colour creates,enhances,changes,reveals and establishes the spirit of a person”

Colouring gives children an opportunity to express their creative side. Colours are a great medium for students to be one with nature. QVS organized VIBGYOR- The Colouring Competition for the queens of Pre-School and Pre-Primary on Tuesday,18th July,2017 with the aim of enhancing eye-hand coordination, confidence and gross motor skills. Rainy season was the theme for Pre-Schooland for Pre-Primary ,the theme was the South Korean flag. This activity was covered under British Council School Accredition Programme. Pre-School kids were encouraged to use bright and vivid colours according to their imagination. During the Colouring competition, children of Pre-Primary were shown a PPT related to international flags and were encouraged to colour the South Korean flag accordingly. Students were given designed sheets which were judged on the basis of neatness and colour combinations used by the students.

They created a dazzling ambience and gave meaning to the phrase “Colour in a picture is like enthusiasm in life.”

The result is as follows-

PRE-SCHOOL

Name Section Position
Aastha Angelina I
Sumaila Angelina II
Mihika Singh TinkerBell   III

Pre-Primary

Name Section Position
Shrishti Rana
Janya
Anshika
Aaradhya Kant
Alice
Alice
Alice
Jasmine
I Position
II Position
II Position
IIIPosition

CLASS V INTER CLASS SCIENCE HOCUS POCUS: MAGIC SHOW

CLASS V INTER CLASS SCIENCE HOCUS POCUS: MAGIC SHOW
17-07-2017: CLASS V INTER CLASS SCIENCE HOCUS POCUS: MAGIC SHOW

“Science presented in a MAGICAL way, it’s true that learning can be fun.”

The word ‘magic’ conjures up many images but none as interesting or ‘eye opening’ as the Science Magic Show, which the Class V students of QVS displayed during Inter Class Science Magic Show Competition held on 17.7.17.

Science magic shows aim to inspire students with entertaining and educational science. An experience like this increases curiosity and feed inquisitive minds.

Our young magicians performed many tricks/experiments like that of the invisible ink, a drinking candle (how a burning candle, kept under a glass, drinks up all the water kept beneath it), breaking the surface tension etc. The only real trick is that everything done is science at work.

Students in the audience were excited at what they saw and learned from interactive, informative presentations carried out confidently by our young magicians. The following winners were chosen on the basis of their presentation and on how well they explained the science behind the tricks.

 

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Mansha Saraswat V C First Position
Harshita Yadav V B Second Position
Oindrilla Sarkar V A Third Position

Colouring Competition –  Classes I  and II

Colouring Competition –  Classes I  and II
13-07-2017: Colouring Competition – Classes I and II

“Life is about using the whole box of crayons.”
- RuPaul

Colouring is all about fun and self-expression. An Inter-Class Colouring Competition for classes I & II was organized on 13th July 2017 at Queen’s Valley School. It was held in their respective classes. The queens explored their imagination while choosing the colours of their choice to colour the given pictures. It was wonderful to see the kids happily engaged in colouring. The activity was organized to explore and encourage creativity in children and offer them a platform to show their skill in colouring. It inspired children to think and work creatively and promoted artistic excellence. It was a difficult task thereafter for the class teachers to short list the winners. Children came up with amazing colouring work. The winners were as follows.
Name Position Class
Avantika Gautam
Sangeeta
Saachi Kalra
Archisha Ragesh
Diksha Pal
First
Second
Third
l-Daffodil
Laranya Duhoon
Yashika Sharma
RichaPandey
First
Second
Third
l-Daisy
Vaibhavi Pathak
Purva
Gurseerat Kaur
First
Second
Third
l-Tulip
Srishti Rawat
Sampat Saini
Vanshika Yadav
First
Second
Third
ll-Blueberry
Vaibhavi
Divyanshi
Mansi Gahlot
First
Second
Third
ll-Cherryberry
Sparsh
Anshika Gautam
Dakshita  Singh Bhadauria
First
Second
Third
ll-Huckleberry
Shreya Sharma
Dhruvika
Devyana   Negi
First
Second
Third
ll-Mulberry

INTER CLASS REGARD BEFORE YOU DISCARD-Best out of waste (X)

INTER CLASS REGARD BEFORE YOU DISCARD-Best out of waste (X)

INTER CLASS REGARD BEFORE YOU DISCARD-Best out of waste (X)
12-07-2017: INTER CLASS REGARD BEFORE YOU DISCARD-Best out of waste (X)

“It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do little - do what you can”
- Sydney Smith
3 R’s—————- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, can be explained to the students by conducting activities like Best out of Waste which gives scope for creative thinking. Best out of waste craft is an amazing way to utilize material which most of the times goes into dustbins. A habit must be generated especially amongst children as to how they can use waste materials to create beautiful, utilitarian and some amazing crafts. In order to make children aware of uses of waste material, and to give them a lesson on reducing waste to save our future, an Inter class ‘Best out of Waste competition’- REGARD BEFORE YOU DISCARD was organised for students of class 10 on 12th July 2017. Right from waste plastic bottles, spoons, to broken bangles, plastic hangers, waste baskets to broken trays and newspapers were used and the result was a hall full of projects made out of waste!!!

The competition focused at creating awareness on ‘recycling of resources’ and was a source of encouragement for students to re-use waste material through innovation and creativity.

This activity helped to enhance not only creativity and presentation skills but also helped the students to realize the importance of recycling and reusing waste material available to them.

Each of the goods prepared by the children was a treat to the eyes. This also made the selection process extremely difficult for the judges. This fun filled activity witnessed an enthusiastic participation of all the students.

The winners:

NAME CLASS- SECTION POSITION
PREKSHA TYAGI X B FIRST POSITION
JAISHREE RANA X D
SHRADHA SEHRA X D SECOND POSITION
ISHA X D THIRD POSITION

INTER HOUSE SCIZONE – THE SCIENCE QUIZ (XI-XII)

INTER HOUSE SCIZONE – THE SCIENCE QUIZ (XI-XII)
10-07-2017: INTER HOUSE SCIZONE – THE SCIENCE QUIZ (XI-XII)

A quiz is a form of game or mind sport in which the players (as individuals or in teams) attempt to answer questions correctly. Even though you compete as a team, a whole game can change based on the random knowledge of one person. A quiz in science covers the various aspects of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, new discoveries, inventions, Nobel prizes etc. With a view to encourage and inculcate a scientific temper amongst students, QVS conducted a Science Quiz as part of the ‘Science and Technology Month’ in July 2017 for students of class XI and XII. It was a platform for the students to exhibit, share and display their passion for science through interaction with peers and audiences.

The format of the quiz entailed two rounds where in the first round was preliminary. The science students of XI and XII were given 10 questions. The top scorer from each of the four houses of each class was selected and a team was formed.

The finals took place on 10TH July 2017, where in all the 4 teams fought for the title face to face, which the students enjoyed the most. There was much jubilation in the winning teams.

QVS encourages positive competition and hopes to bring out the best in all its students through such competitive events, while ensuring that the children learn through all possible ways- not just through books and class-room teaching.

The result is as follows:

Name Class Position House
Isha Sethi XI B First Position Truth House
Harshita Bhati XI D
Mahika Taya XII B
Disha Sharma XII D
Tanvi Dhillon XI B Second Position Integrity House
Akshita Yadav XI D
Bhoomika XII B
Anjali Kumari XII D

CLASS III-V INTER CLASS QUIZTECH QUIZ COMPETITION

CLASS III-V INTER CLASS QUIZTECH QUIZ COMPETITION
11-05-2017: CLASS III-V INTER CLASS QUIZTECH QUIZ COMPETITION

We at QVS take cognizance of the fact that to excel in life, a student needs to be exposed to a considerable number of fields. In order to map one’s potential in the most conducive manner, a student must be aware of new possibilities.

The advent of the computer has proved to be a tremendous boon to humanity. Computers have made a massive difference to the various industries. They are being used in every field and we need to be masters in the subject. These days, computer skills are a necessity.

To check the familiarity of our queens with computers an Interclass “QUIZTECH - Quiz Competition” for classes III, IV and V was organized on 11th May, 2017. The response of the queens was extremely heartening. The preliminary round of the competition was held in the respective classes and the selected students moved up to the final round. The final round had multiple rounds and was held in the Cultural Hall. Through this competition the Queens not only gained knowledge but also improved their competitive skills.

Winners:

Name Class- Section Position
Harshika Aggarwal III B First Position
Gunika Yadav IV G
Ayana Singh V B
Drishti Dagar III C Second Position
Fatima Hasnain IV C
Manchint Kaur V C
Sparsh Vaishnav III E Third Position
Zenobia IV E
Priyal Jain V E

CLASS XII Inter-Class LOGICKS- Coding Marathon

CLASS XII Inter-Class LOGICKS- Coding Marathon
05-05-2017: CLASS XII Inter-Class LOGICKS- Coding Marathon

“Everyone should know how to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think!”

Computer Softwares have their application or utility everywhere. We find their applications in almost every sphere of life–particularly in fields where computations are required to be done at a very fast speed and where data is so complicated that the human brain finds it difficult to cope up with it. Advent of computer software in the last few decades has brought a revolution in the corporate sector, Banks, Medical Science, Aeronautics, Robotics etc.

In order to inculcate the finest software techniques in our queens and to motivate them on the road to being tech savy, QVS organized an Inter Class LOGICKS: Coding Marathon for class XII on the 5th May 2017. Such events are held to make the students aware about the emphasis laid on technology, which is present in all spheres of life. Students from the Commerce stream used Java and from the Science stream used C++ to design anapplication.

It was an opportunity for them to showcase their programming skills. It was a pleasure to see the participants displaying a great deal of confidence throughout the competition. They showcased good programming skills and thorough understanding of the various aspects of computer language. The students were judged on the basis of logic and presentation. They participated with great enthusiasm and the best coders are as follow:

WINNERS FOR C++ Language:

Name Class & Section Position
Twinkle
Renuka
XII D
XII D
First Position
Dipti
Kirti
XII B
XII B
Second Position
Juhi Hasan Naqvi
Anjali Singh
XII D
XII B
Third position

Winners for JAVA Language:

Name Class & Section Position
Shradha
Shalu Malik
XII A
XII A
First Position
Sakshi R Upadhyay
Sapna Rana
XII A
XII A
Second Position
Eshika Yadav
Komal Kakkar
XII A
XII A
Third position

Inter-Class Presentas - A Powerpoint Presentation Competition  (Classes VI-VIII)

Inter-Class Presentas - A Powerpoint Presentation Competition  (Classes VI-VIII)
05-05-2017: Inter-Class Presentas - A Powerpoint Presentation Competition (Classes VI-VIII)

“Our work is the presentation of our capabilities”
- Edward Gibbon

Queen's Valley School organized Inter-Class “PRESENTAS - a Power Point Presentation” competition for all the students of classes VI, VII and VIII on the 5th May 2017. The topic on which the students were expected to create and present the presentation was “Sm@rt City:Is it a revolution or just a smartslogan? “.

The Preliminary round of the competition was a quiz based on the concepts of MS Power Point and was held in respective classes. The selected students from each section moved up to the final round.

The relevance of the topic and the medium through which it was explored gave our queens a platform to display their presentation and multimedia skills which has become important for creating effective presentations.The students were supposed to include a combination of text, video, still images, animation, or interactivity content forms.

Students produced slick and effective presentations on the given topic using a variety of options and presentation concepts. They were quite imaginative and creative and managed to captivate the judges with their skills.

WINNERS:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Anvika Dhillon
Siya Tripathy
Laavanya
VI A
VII A
VIII B
First Position
Meghna Yadav
PalakDagar
Akanksha Vashist
VI F
VII A
VIII A
Second Position
Yashika Bhati
Sakshi Krishnamurthy
Tulip Banerjee
VI F
VII B
VIII E
Third Position

CLASS PRE SCHOOL –PRE PRIMARY SHOW AND TELL COMPETITION

CLASS PRE SCHOOL –PRE PRIMARY SHOW AND TELL COMPETITION
05-05-2017: CLASS PRE SCHOOL –PRE PRIMARY SHOW AND TELL COMPETITION

Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand.
Queen’s Valley School has the same belief and in pursuit of that, had organized a Show and Tell competition for the children of Pre-Primary and Pre-School on 4TH and 5thMay 2017. Children were asked to speak on their favourite fruit and toys. This helped the students to gain confidence, improve their vocabulary and skills of public speaking.

Moreover what better way to teach the little ones, the importance of consuming fruits in their daily diet, than speaking themselves of their benefits.

The Pre-Primary students spoke about a variety of fruits grown in our country. They also spoke about fruits which are imported from different countries. They spoke about its origin, shape, colour, benefits and taste. The students were dressed aptly and were equipped with creative props.

The Princesses of Pre-School described their favourite toys like Barbie, Doraemon, Kitty, Kitchen Set etc… the list is endless.

The competition was enjoyed equally by the students as well as teachers. Everybody present in the audience was impressed and appreciated the efforts of the Queens.

Overall it was a fruitful experience. The result is as follows-

Pre-School

Name Section Position
Kinjal Jindal Angelina I position
Akira Ashok Angelina II Position
Delisha Sharma Snowwhite II Position
Vaishnavi Singh
Aastha
Rapunzel
Angelina
II Position
III Position

Pre-Primary

Name Section Position
TuhinaSoni
JagrutiSubudhi
Yaana Grewal
Jasmine
Elina
Jasmine
I Position
I Position
II Position
Preksha Paul
Siddhi Bisht
Preeti
Vaishnavi Jha
Maitri Rajput
Alice
Elina
Alice
Alice
Alice  
II Position
II Position
III Position
III Position
III Position

INTER CLASS NETTING THE WEB: WEB PAGE DESIGNING COMPETITION (CLASSES IX-X)

INTER CLASS NETTING THE WEB: WEB PAGE DESIGNING COMPETITION (CLASSES IX-X)
04-05-2017: INTER CLASS NETTING THE WEB: WEB PAGE DESIGNING COMPETITION (CLASSES IX-X)

“A journey of a thousand sites begins with a single click”
- Anonymous

In today’s fast paced life everyone wants everything on their fingertips. One of the comforts provided by computers to us today is “websites”.Web designing is an art that appeals the users with texts and graphics. Web design is also seen as a technological standpoint. It has become a large part of people’s everyday lives. It is hard to imagine the Internet without animated graphics, different styles of typography, background and music.

Technological innovations affect all aspects of our lives and the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow. So, it is imperative to prepare them to be informed, conscientious leaders in a technologically advanced society.

Keeping this in mind, Queens Valley School organized an Interclass “NETTING THE WEB: Web-Page Designing” competition for students of classes IX-X on 4-5-2017 which aimed at making the queens of QVS adept and efficient in preparing appealing and enthralling web-sites. The topic on which the students were expected to create web pages on the spot was “Sm@rt City: Is it a revolution or just a smart slogan?”.

A Quiz to test the students’ skills in designing the Web Pages in HTML was organized as the preliminary round for the competition. The selected students from each section moved up to the final round.

It was an opportunity for them to manifest their web-designing skills. It was a pleasure to see the participants displaying great deal of confidence. They showcased good designing skills and thorough understanding of the various aspects of web-designing. It was laudable that the students at such a young age were able to compile and present information so effectively. The sites were judged on content, structure and navigation, visual design, animation, functionality, interactivity and overall impact.

WINNERS FOR CLASS IX:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Ipsha Singh IX E First Position
Sandhya Yadav IX B Second Position
Prerna Chhikara
Vinita
IX C
IX E
Third Position

WINNERS FOR CLASS X:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Shaurya Singh Bhadauria X C First Position
Jaanvi Tyagi X D Second Position
Shreedhra Mishra X D Third Position

CLASS IX-X INTER CLASS RANG MANCH                      SOCIAL ISSUES THROUGH NUKKAD NATAK

CLASS IX-X INTER CLASS RANG MANCH                      SOCIAL ISSUES THROUGH NUKKAD NATAK
28-04-2017: CLASS IX-X INTER CLASS RANG MANCH SOCIAL ISSUES THROUGH NUKKAD NATAK

Great theatre is about challenging how we think and encouraging us to fantasize about a world we aspire to
- Willem Dafoe

Street theatre is arguably the oldest form of theatre in existence. It is a combined form of narrating a story with the help of acting, dancing and reciting etc.In recent years street theatre has picked up pace and has acquired an image of a more moral nature with just the right kind of fun. Better known as ‘nukkadnatak’ today, it is perhaps the best way to connect with the common man and the youth. These are much intimate, brief, direct and address the social/political message head-on with the help of drama. The catchy phrases and songs, crisp script, humor and loudness help in making a long lasting and powerful effect on viewers.

Keeping this in mind, QVS organised an Inter Class ‘RangManch’ Competition (social issues through nukkadnatak) for the students of classes IX and X. The preliminary round was conducted on 12th April 2017for all the sections of class IX and X. And, the finals took place on 28th April, 2017.

In the finals, students highlighted issues like women’s safety, corruption, saving the girl child, etc. These plays were meant to target the audiencein order to stir up their emotions, create awareness and lead the way towards positive change. It helped our girls in utilizing the right to freedom of speech and expression positively. Change in society comes with the change in the mindset of the people and this competition was an endeavour to achieve this goal.

WINNERS FOR CLASS IX:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Tannu Godara IX A First Position
Bhavya Saxena IX A First Position
Chandni IX A First Position
Sneha Bhatt IX A First Position
Vanshika Kaushik IX A First Position
Srishti Sharma IX A First Position
Vidhi Dagar IX A First Position
Vinanti Sohanvi IX A First Position
Janvi Dagar IX B Second Position
Sandhya IX B Second Position
Srishti IX B Secnod Position
Kirti Gupta IX B Second Position
Laveena IX B Second Position
Ritwika Nandi IX B Second Position
Riya Alahawat IX B Second Position
Ishika Phalaswal IX B Second Position
Jiya Yadav IX B Second Position

WINNERS FOR CLASS X:

NAME CLASS POSITION
Chitra Raj X D First Position
Devangi Shukla X D First Position
Harshita Goswami X D First Position
Isha X D First Position
Khushi Sahni X D First Position
Tamanna Mohapatra X D First Position
Jiya Adhikari X D First Position
Tarushi Tiwari X D First Position
Deepti X D First Position
Somya Choudhary X C Second Position
Khushboo Sharma X C Second Position
Bhumika Karhana X C Second Position
Simran Yadav X C Second Position
Riya X C Second Position
Sanskretti Jha X C Second Position
Anushka Sharma X C Second Position
Shaurya Singh Bhadauria X C Second Position

CLASS PRE SCHOOL - PRE PRIMARY, TALENT HUNT COMPETITION

CLASS PRE SCHOOL - PRE PRIMARY, TALENT HUNT COMPETITION
28-04-2017: CLASS PRE SCHOOL - PRE PRIMARY, TALENT HUNT COMPETITION

EVERY CHILD IS GIFTED AND TALENTED
QVS firmly believes in an integrated and holistic development of its Queens. We pay attention to the physical, creative, social, emotional as well as cognitive aspects of learning of the princesses.

We believe each child is blessed with unique qualities and talent, thereby, to bring out the hidden talents of our children QVS organized the ‘Talent Hunt’ competition for Pre-School and Pre-Primary from 24thto 28th April2017. Students put up a dazzling and exhilarating display of

  • Dance,
  • Singing,
  • Art & Craft And
  • Public Speaking

Their performancesenthralledthe audience and teachers. Every student was given ample opportunity to participate and showcase her talent. This event helped children to develop higher levels of creativity, observation, concentration, self-expression and confidence.The result is as follows

Pre-School

Category Name Section Position
Public Speaking Vaishnavi Singh (Rapunzel) Best Performer
Music
Vocal
Avni Bansal
Delisha Sharma
Sanaya Kalra
Eti Chhabra
(Snowwhite)
(Snowwhite) (Rapunzel) (Rapunzel)
I Position
II Position
III Position
III Position
Art and Craft Aastha
Priyanjali Billore
Rishita
(Angelina)
(Rapunzel)
(Tinkerbell)
I Position
II Position
III Position
Dance Aneira Arora
Aradhya Singh
Demira Kathuria
Karyn Julka
Vaidehi
 (Angelina)
(Angelina)
(Tinkerbell)
(Angelina)
(Angelina)
I Position
II Position
II Position
III Position
III Position


Pre-Primary

Category Name Section Position
Public Speaking Prerna Kasotiya
Myra Vij
Yaana Grewal
Jasmine
Alice
Jasmine
I Position
II Position
III Position
Music
Vocal    
Tuhina Soni
Rhea Tewari
Vaishnavi Jha
Jasmine
Elina
Alice  
I Position
II Position
III Position
Art and Craft Manya Sharma
Yashasvini Gupta
Atmaja
Elina
Alice
Jasmine
I Position
II Position
III Position
Dance Mishika Dangri
Myrah Rana
Prabhgun Kaur
Sara
Nimisha
Jasmine
Elina
Elina
Jasmine
Jasmine
I Position
I Position
II Position
III Position
III Position

CLASS VI: INTER CLASS MILE SUR MERA TUMHARA: GROUP   SINGING COMPETITION

CLASS VI: INTER CLASS MILE SUR MERA TUMHARA: GROUP   SINGING COMPETITION
27-04-2017: CLASS VI: INTER CLASS MILE SUR MERA TUMHARA: GROUP SINGING COMPETITION

Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.
– Plato

Music is the greatest creation of human beings, which touches the soul and also helps to sympathetically manifest unspoken desire and humanity in them. Music can best be described as wonderful force that is capable of bonding people together and instituting international brotherhood, love as well as peace. The power of music can draw millions of people from different parts of the world and uplift them emotionally.

With the commencement of the new session, the school was enriched with the fervour of novelty and curiosity. In the same spirit, an inter-class group singing competition MILE SUR MERA TUMHARA was held for class VI on 27th April 2017. The participants chose songs of their own choice varying from different genres of music like - Classical, Sufi, Jazz, Rock, etc. The students took part with great zest and performed to the best of their abilities. The rubrics of judgement were: presentation, coordination and rhythm. It was a spectacular show wherein the participants mesmerized the audience with their melodious notes.

The songs were well rehearsed and left a harmonious impression on the audience.

The students who struck the sweetest cord (winners) are as follows-

NAME CLASS AND SECTION POSITION
Riddhima Goel VI A First Position
Ridhima Singh VI A First Position
Shambhavi Singh VI A First Position
Khushi Pratap Singh VI E First Position
Bharti VI E First Position
Lakshita Suri VI E First Position
Nindisha VI E First Position
Srijani VI E Second Position
Srishti Singh VI E Second Position
Akshara Bhatnagar VI E Second Position
Navya Joshi VI E Second Position
Akshra Maurya VI E Third Position
Riya Bhalla VI E Third Position
Srijita Gayen VI E Third Position
Yuvica Bhargava VI E Third Position

CLASS VIII INTER CLASS ZAPPING TIDES IT’S MY SHOW COMPETITION

CLASS VIII INTER CLASS ZAPPING TIDES IT’S MY SHOW COMPETITION
27-04-2017: CLASS VIII INTER CLASS ZAPPING TIDES IT’S MY SHOW COMPETITION

Identifying and utilizing your God given talent is your greatest chance of success in life.
– Billy Cox

There is nothing more fun or memorable for students than to see their friends celebrate front0-and-center. Participating in a talent show gives students recognition for non‐academic talents. It also provides character‐building lessons during try‐outs, practice and performance. It’s a wonderful teambuilding experience for all ages. Talent shows are held every year because they are fun, involve the community, and give students a chance to show their special skills. The talent show keeps our students buzzing all year - thinking up of new acts and practicing together on the stage.

Queen’s Valley Schooltalent hunt extravaganza Inter Class ZAPPING TIDES: It’s My Show was organisedon 25th April 2017 where the students of class VIII showcased their talents in various categories. A sneak peek into many activities was conducted wherein the girls prepared a lively program in groups which included interviewing the ministers on social issues, mimicking the famous T.V. artists.

The prelim round involved a massive searchto bring out the hidden talents. After a preliminary round,five finalists were selected who showcased their talent and gave their best shot.

Overall, the show was legendary; not only it made everyone laugh, but also evoked the sentiments of the audience. Everyone filmed the performances, making great memories.

The following participants emerged as victors:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Lavishka Sharma VIII E First Position
Manya Shri VIII E First Position
Riya Godara VIII E First Position
Vanshika Dhunna VIII E First Position
Tanisha Kumari VIII E First Position
Shradha VIII E First Position
Prajna Gon VIII E First Position
Prajakta Sharma VIII E First Position
Khyati Upadhyay VIII E Second Position
Pratishtha Shukla VIII E Second Position
Kashish Rathi VIII E Second Position
Vanshika Shokeen VIII E Second Position
Sneha Godara VIII E Second Position
Rishika Bandyopadhyay VIII E Second Position
Pitambra Shrivastava VIII B Third Position
Prothoma Deb VIII B Third Position
Rajashree Rajashekar VIII B Third Position
Ananya Batra VIII B Third Position
Meethi Vats VIII B Third Position
Megha Yadav VIII B Third Position
Ria VIII B Third Position
Ritika Yadav VIII B Third Position
Laavanya VII B Third Position
Shweta VIII B Third Position
Diya Gupta VIII B Third Position
Harshika Tandon VIII B Third Position
Sanskriti Vidushi VIII B Third Position

CLASS XI-XII INTER CLASS SYMPHONY & RHYTHM SOLO OR GROUP DANCE/ MUSIC COMPETITION

CLASS XI-XII INTER CLASS SYMPHONY & RHYTHM SOLO OR GROUP DANCE/ MUSIC COMPETITION
27-04-2017: CLASS XI-XII INTER CLASS SYMPHONY & RHYTHM SOLO OR GROUP DANCE/ MUSIC COMPETITION

“Great singers and dancers are not great because of their technique; they are great because of their passion”
- Anonymous

Dance is an old art and besides being a natural form of expression, it is also an art form that unites people across different cultures and nations of the world. It goes beyond verbal language and is a stimulation of all the senses. It helps students develop physical fitness, appreciation of the body, concern for sound health practices and effective stress management approach.

Music has the power to captivate imagination and harness positivity. It gives us an insight into our soul and an opportunity to share a part of ourselves with others. There is little doubt that a beautiful set of notes can act as a powerful instrument in bringing together people with diverse tastes.

With an aimto inculcate important life skills such as discipline, confidence, self-esteem and focus, Queen’s Valley School organisedaninter class competition named ‘Symphony and Rhythm’for classesXI and XII on 26th April, 2017. The students were judged on the basis of rhythm, melody, selection of song, choreography, expressions and overall presentation.Various genres of music and dance ranging from classical to contemporary and regional to international were performed.

Each group/solo performer showcased their expertise in voice modulation, rhythm and agility, enthralling the judges and audience alike.The judges lauded the talent and the untiring effort of the participants. The cultural hall resonated with spirited performances, setting an electrifying ambience for the audience to revel in.

The result is as follows:

WINNERS FOR DANCE:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Shivi Singh XI B First Position
Khushi
Swati Sharma
XI AC
XII C
Second Position
Muskaan Singh
Rubika
Mohita Dalal
Akaksha Verma
Tanvi Dhillon
Bhawna Godara
XII A
XII C
XI B
XI B
XI B
XI B
Third Position

 

WINNERS FOR MUSIC:

 

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Deepali Mehta
Taranpreet
XI C
XI C
First Position
Ishita Kataria XII D Second Position
Harkaval Kaur XII C Third Position

CLASS III –XII INTER HOUSE KHO-KHO COMPETITION

CLASS III –XII INTER HOUSE KHO-KHO COMPETITION
26-04-2017: CLASS III –XII INTER HOUSE KHO-KHO COMPETITION

The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a person’s determination
- Tommy Lasorda

Kho-Kho, ancient game of undivided India, probably was derived from the different strategy and tactics of Kurukshetra war in Mahabharata. The chariot fight during the war and zigzag pathways followed by the retreating soldiers indicates the formation of Chain Play, the seminal defense skill in the game of Kho Kho.

Kho Kho based on natural principles of physical development, fosters a healthy combative spirit of team understanding. It demands physical fitness, strength, speed and stamina, and critical thinking ability. Dodging, feinting and bursts of controlled speed make this game quite thrilling. To catch by pursuit - to chase, rather than just run - is the capstone of Kho-Kho.

To celebrate the spirit of values such as obedience, discipline, sportsmanship, and loyalty among team members, Queen’s Valley School organised Kho-Kho as part of the Inter House sports events. It was accomplished in two phases including the preliminary round for selection held on the 7th and 8th October for classes III-V and VI-XII respectively followed by the final round on 14th October 2015. The students showed exemplary enthusiasm and spiritedness in participating in the event. Their focus on the intricacies of preparation and execution was appreciated by the spectators and judges alike. The students, with their enthusiasm and impeccable coordination showcased and upheld Phil Jackson’s words:

The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.

WINNERS FOR CLASSES III-V:PEACE HOUSE

NAME CLASS – SECTION
Maina Pahil
Aahuti
Bhavya Shri
Manya Gera
III B
III C
III D
III F
Krittika
Devanshi Dahiya
Kamakshi
Sheryl Pradhan
IV A
IV B
IV D
IV F
Harshita Yaduvanshi
Rishima Khare
Garima Zalpuri
Aayushi Vashishtha
V A
V B
V C
V D

WINNERS FOR CLASSES VI-VIII: COURAGE HOUSE

NAME CLASS-SECTION
Kashish Godara VI A
Charu Yadav VI C
Jessica Malik VI D
Nandinie Kaushik VI E
Isha Rani Vats VIIA
Bhoomi Yadav VIIB
Hinakshi Singh VIIE
Niti Dagar VII F
Poorva Solanki VIII A
Nandani Vats VIII B
Manini Singh VIII D
Nishtha Yadav VIII E

WINNERS FOR CLASSES IX-X: PEACE HOUSE

NAME CLASS – SECTION
Ritanshi Rana
Vidhi Dagar
Nancy
Shefali Singh
Aditi Pandey
Divya Daftuar
IX A
IX A
IX B
IX B
IX E
IX E
Parul Yadav
Bhavya Pokhriyal
Maanvi Singh
Riya Rai
Simran Yadav
Simran Yadav
X A
X B
X B
X C
X C
X D

CLASS V : INTER CLASS FOOT LOOSE: SOLO DANCE COMPETITION

CLASS V : INTER CLASS FOOT LOOSE: SOLO DANCE COMPETITION
26-04-2017: CLASS V : INTER CLASS FOOT LOOSE: SOLO DANCE COMPETITION

“Fairies, come take me out of this dull world, For I would ride with you upon the wind, Run on the top of the dishevelled tide, And dance upon the mountains like a flame.”
- W.B. Yeats, The Land of Heart's Desire

Dance embodies one of our most primal relationships to the universe. It is innate in children before they possess command over language and is evoked when thoughts or emotions are too powerful for words to contain. Dance is a powerful ally for developing many of the attributes of a growing child. Creative thinking skills are developed through dance, as well as learning the value of discipline, commitment and work ethic. Dance teaches children about music, rhythm and beat. Students also have a better understanding of spatial relationships and learn to think with both sides of their brain. All these skills enhance a child’s academic performance, as well as their physical well-being. Dance is a great way to build invaluable social skills too. Much more importantly however, it is an opportunity to teach children the importance of being part of something larger than themselves. Dancers learn to take turns, to share attention, and to cooperate with others as they work within a group.

Hence, with the aim of honing the dancing skills of the students, FOOT LOOSE (Solo Dance Competition) was organised by Queen’s Valley School for the students of Class. The competition started with great zeal and enthusiasm. The young Queens were thrilled to be a part of colorful, vibrant and energizing event. The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. The fun filled extravaganza offered a variety of dance forms: western, contemporary, hip-hop, classical etc. The children even made use of interesting props like hats, chairs and sticks. The audience bore witness to the enthusiasm and energy of the young Queens as they enthralled everyone with their performances.

The winners of the Dance Competition are:

NAME CLASS - SECTION POSITION
Manchint Kaur V C First Position
Nilakshi Chandra V F Second Position
AenaVerma V B Third Position
Raajull Bhatnagar V C Third Position

CLASS III – INTER CLASS MAIN BHI KALAKAAR- COMEDY CHARACTERS COMPETITION

CLASS III – INTER CLASS MAIN BHI KALAKAAR- COMEDY CHARACTERS COMPETITION
24-04-2017: CLASS III – INTER CLASS MAIN BHI KALAKAAR- COMEDY CHARACTERS COMPETITION

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.”
-William Shakespeare

Queen’s Valley School housed a fun-filled activity Inter-House MAIN BHI KALAKAAR- COMEDY CHARACTERS Competition for the students of class III on 24th April 2017, Monday in Cultural Hall. It polished the dramatic skills of the students. As drama is a strong medium of communication, it helps to build acting abilities among students and is a useful tool to build all-round personalities.

Comedy is an indispensable part of our life. It delivers strong messages instantly and as it isalso associated with humour, laughter and pleasure and it serves to relax the audience. It was

a treat to watch our little queens clad in the costumes of their favourite cartoons or comedy characters.

The event was very innovative and entertaining. It amused the audience splendidly. It had a series of fun-packed comical expressions that tickled the funny bones of the audience. The participants were judged on the basis of confidence, clarity of expression, body language and costume. The effort of the students was highly appreciated and the judges were pleased with their performances.

The following were declared as winners:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Dristi Rai III E First Position
Anweshaa Bhardwaj III F Second Position
Agrata III A Third Position
Harshika Aggarwal III B Third Position
Saanvi Kalra III F Third Position

CLASS VI-XII : INTER HOUSE BASKETBALL

CLASS VI-XII : INTER HOUSE BASKETBALL
20-04-2017: CLASS VI-XII : INTER HOUSE BASKETBALL

“Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.”
– Michael Jordan

In contrast to other sports, basketball has a clear origin. It is not the evolution from an ancient game or another sport and the inventor is well known: Dr. James Naismith. He developed a set of 13 rules that gave origin to the game of basketball.

There are many benefits of playing basketball, both physical and mental. It is a sport that exercises many parts of the body and it allowsplayers to develop skills to work well with others. Basketball also improves balance, hand-eye coordination and reflexes. Basketball teaches you about being a good team player and is a great social sport. It is a popular sport that is played professionally, as well as in recreational leagues, by school teams, university teams and at national and international levels.

Queen’s Valley School organized an Inter-House Basketball Competition for classes VI-XII. The students were enthusiastic while participating in the game. It was a tough fight, where each team gave their best against the opponent team. Prelims and the finals were held in the school Basketball court.Finals were much awaited by all participants. The girls stepped onto the court to set it ablaze with their speed, endurance, magical dribbling and dodges. Much to the spectator’sexcitement, a nail biting tournament was held.

The Truth House secured the first position by its stupendous performance.Overall, the event was quite involvingyet refreshing for the participants as well as spectators.

WINNERS:

NAME CLASS-SECTION HOUSE POSITION
Anima VII D Truth House First Position
Kavya Sood VII E
Kashish Gahlot VIII D
Shagun Yadav VIII E
Tanu Khurana VIII E
Neeti XII B
Ritika Tehlan XII A

CLASS VI-XII INTER CLASS JUDO

CLASS VI-XII INTER CLASS JUDO
19-04-2017: CLASS VI-XII INTER CLASS JUDO

“Adversity causes some (wo)men to break; others to break records”
– William Arthur Ward

Judo is a physically demanding sport that helps to keep one’s body and mind fit and active. The opportunity to be active and establish a connection with friends makes one socially interactive and helps one to feel part of a group working towards a common goal. In case of girls, it works specifically in a constructive way as it makes them realize their physical capabilities, a realization which finally translates into feelings of self-worth, confidence and will power to survive against all odds.

An Inter Class Judo Competition was organized in the school on 19th April 2017 for classes VI to XII. It was overwhelming to watch that the competitive teams had mastered the basic skills and techniques of the sport: hand throwing, hip throwing, foot throwing and sacrifice techniques. The event was characterized by pulsating excitement and incredible performances as students displayed breathtaking agility and finesse both in technique and execution.The training which had been given to them in managing the team’s strategy as well as basic skills during exercises came out quite well in the final confrontation.

With a keenly followed fitness regime and the required strategic planning, the students managed to uphold the spirit of sports throughout as they strived for fair play, courtesy toward teammates and opponents, ethical behaviour and integrity, and grace in victory and defeat alike. The event helped to develop values of constructive social interaction, sportsmanship and healthy competitive spirit in the students.

WINNERS:

NAME CLASS-SECTION WEIGHT CATEGORY POSITION
Khushi VII A 25 KG U-12 First Position
Isha Rani Vats VII A 45 KG U-12
Mehak VII C 32 KG U-14
Muskaan Aggarwal VIII D 58 KG U-14
Pratishtha Mishra VIII D 35 KG U-14
Kanchana Bisht VIII A 50 KG U-14
Manini Singh VIII D 35 KG U-14
Nandani Vats VIII B +60 KG U-17
Niharika Negi IX B 35 KG U-17
Nancy IX B 40 KG U-17
Bhawna Dabas IX B 45 KG U-17
Prachi X A 56 KG U-17

INTER CLASS MERI AAWAZ HI PEHCHAAN HAI:  SOLO INSTRUMENT / VOCAL COMPETITION

INTER CLASS MERI AAWAZ HI PEHCHAAN HAI:  SOLO INSTRUMENT / VOCAL COMPETITION
18-04-2017: INTER CLASS MERI AAWAZ HI PEHCHAAN HAI: SOLO INSTRUMENT / VOCAL COMPETITION

Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.
- Plato

Martin Luther had rightly said that next to the word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world. Music is believed to be the soul of life. It gives us an insight into our soul and an opportunity to share a part of ourselves with others. There is little doubt that a beautiful set of notes can act as a powerful instrument in bringing together people with diverse tastes. Music is a therapy that washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. As far as students are concerned one can relate the learning of music to improvement in concentration, gaining positive energy and honing of listening skills. It has therefore become an integral part of the school curriculum.

Our Queens witnessed the magical effect of music on the commencement of the new session. On 18 April 2017, the school organized an interclass solo singing/ solo instrument playing competition- ‘Meri Aawaz Hi Pehchan Hai’, for Queens of class IV.

Our Queens took part with great zest and performed to the best of their abilities. The songs were well rehearsed. The Queens captivated the audience with their mesmerizing performances. The participants also motivated and inspired the audience to participate in such activities in the near future.

The competition was a success. The event not only gave them a chance to showcase their skills but also acted as a confidence booster for them. The effort of our queens was highly appreciated. Our esteemed judges congratulated all the participants for their talent and appreciated their level of preparation. The only complaint that everyone had was that this magical experience ended too soon.

The students who struck the sweetest cord areas follows-

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Ivania Kaur IV F First Position
Prakrity IV D Second Position
Diya Kapoor IV G Third Position

CLASS VII: INTER CLASS STEP UP TO THE BEAT:  SOLO WESTERN DANCE COMPETITION

CLASS VII: INTER CLASS STEP UP TO THE BEAT:  SOLO WESTERN DANCE COMPETITION
17-04-2017: CLASS VII: INTER CLASS STEP UP TO THE BEAT: SOLO WESTERN DANCE COMPETITION

“The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the movements”.
– Alan Watts

Dance is the visual representation of the tradition, culture and music of a society. It is one of the basic needs of a body to maintain its health aspects. It is also a great way to experience joy, success and feelings. Everyone loves this amazing flavor of human art. Infact, it is an art which not only requires a complete physical, mental but also spiritual attention.

With the aim of honing the dancing skills of the students, an Inter-Class Dance Competition was organized by Queen’s Valley School for the students of class VII on 17TH April 2017 in the school campus.

The rubrics of the judgement were: grace, coordination, sharpness of moves, outfit and accessories and overall impact on the audience. All the participants came up with spectacular performances and set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. The performers had their own unique way of presenting the theme. The audience bore witness to the enthusiasm and energy of the young queens and applauded their effort.

When it came to announcing the results, all were curious to know about them.

Winners:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Vedika Madaan VII A First Position
Khushi Yadav VIIE Second Position
Tinisha Dixit VII B Third Position

31-03-2017: Winding up the session 2016-17

Story telling competition

As long as there have been people, there have been stories. Stories make up our history and guide our future. They can teach morals- the values that the author of the story thinks people should live by. They can teach history. They can entertain us. They can make us think of things in ways we have never thought of them before. They can make us laugh. They can make us cry. Telling stories is a large part of what makes people connected to each other.

With the aim of inculcating the habit of reading, listening and sharing stories, the school organized Kathakaar- the story telling competition for the princesses of Pre-School and Pre-Primary. Children enjoyed narrating moral stories.

Pre-School
Name Section Position
Aaradhya Kant
Advyaa Sahai
Rapunzel
Angelina
I
Tuhina Soni
Aarvi Sharma
Rapunzel II
Mitali Ragtah
Rudriksha Singh
Tinkerbell
Angelina
III


Pre-Primary

Name Section Position
Bhavya Gugnani Goldilocks I
Saachi kalra
Aaniya Rawal
Jasmine II
Hridyaa Bawa
Janya Daita
Goldilocks
Cinderella
III
Tishika Dey
Shreyashi Pathak
Cinderella Appreciable Perormance


Clay Moulding Competition
The school had organized clay moulding competition, giving an opportunity to the little ones to mould their fantasy with pride. The activity boosted their confidence and encouraged them to observe and relate to things in their immediate environment. It was very impressive the way they explained their creations. Best performers were as follows-

Pre-School

Name Section
Asheeta Agrawal
Ananya Sultania
Angelina
Myiesha Haque
Ishi Jain
Snowwhite
Honoura Pratap Gil
Tiyana Mehta
Aadya
Sarah
Yaana Grewal
Kashish Srivastava
Rapunzel
Mitali Ragtah
Manishika Sengupta
Nimisha Lakhmani
Tinkerbell
Saanvi Virnave
Maitri Rajput
Aradhya Verma
Vaishnavi Jha
Ariel


Pre-Primary

Name Section
Vidi Shekhar Jha
Anushka Dey
Aarna Tiwari
Palak Rajput
Goldilocks
Kamakhya
Hritoja Chaudhari
Cinderella
Anvita Chauhan
Purva
Vaibhavi Pathak
Navya Singh
Alice
Leevanshi
Richa Pandey
Akshara Verma
Aanya Chaudhary
Elina
Saachi Kalra
Avantika Gautam
Aaniya Rawal
Archisha Ragesh
Ananya Thakur
Jasmine


English Calligraphy

In the age of technology, handwriting still remains the primary tool of communication and knowledge assessment. To bring about a holistic development, the school had organized an English Calligraphy Competition for the Queens.

The excitement exhibited by the participants made the competition memorable. Students put their best foot forward to perfect their handwriting to win the competition. The closely contested competition presented a challenging task for the teachers to adjudge the winners.

Pre-School princesses wrote English letters whereas Pre-Primary wrote simple sentences. Best performers from each section were as follows.

Pre-School

Name Section
Kritika
Parthivi Rai
Angelina
Myiesha Haque
Ishi Jain
Snowwhite
Angel
Sanvi Nareda
Sarah
Aaliya Jaha
Aaradhya Kant
Rapunzel
Manishika Sen Gupta
Akshita Handa
Tinkerbell
Divika Chauhan
Aradhya Verma
Ariel


Pre-Primary

Name Section
Anvesha Chandrawat
B.Aushima Naidu
Goldilocks
Avishi Tiwari
Chanchal Giri
Cinderella
Aanya Bisht
Rutwa Sharma
Alice
Bhavya Jaiswal
Palak
Elina
Saachi Kalra
Avantika Gautam
Jasmine



Spell and Tell
Spell and Tell Competition was organized in the school for the students of Pre-Primary. This competition gave students a platform to learn spellings in different ways. Children participated earnestly in the competition. Their efforts and initiative was appreciated by everyone. It taught them the spirit of team work and quick thinking.

Pre-Primary

Name Section Position
Janya Daita
Hritoja Chaudhari
Kritisha Chaudhary
Pre-Primary Cinderella I
Bhavya Gugnani
Tanirika Sigtia
B. Aushima Naidu
Pre-Primary
Goldilocks
II
Yashika Sharma
Nimisha Gupta
Richa Pandey
Pre-Primary Elina III

कक्षा-तीसरी, विशेष प्रार्थना सभा, विषय-उदारता

कक्षा-तीसरी, विशेष प्रार्थना सभा, विषय-उदारता
22-02-2017: कक्षा-तीसरी, विशेष प्रार्थना सभा, विषय-उदारता

अनर्थ है कि बंधु ही न बंधु की व्यथा हरे,
वही मनुष्य है कि जो मनुष्य के लिए मरे||

" मनुष्य की आत्मिक शक्ति का सबसे बडा शस्त्र उदारता है|"

मनुष्य की शारीरिक शक्ति से भी बडी उसकी आत्मिक शक्ति होती है और आत्मिक शक्ति का महत्वपूर्ण भाग है "उदारता"| क्षमा करने की शक्ति,सहनशीलता,विवेक आदि उदारता से संबंधित है और मानव चरित्र को सकारात्मक बनाने में यह महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाते हैं|

"शक्ति से शक्ति की प्राप्ति होती है परंतु एक विशाल ह्रदय से अनेक ह्रदयों की प्राप्ति होती है|"

शारीरिक शक्ति द्वारा व्यक्ति केवल शारीरिक और भौगोलिक दष्टि से विजयी होता है किंतु उदार ह्रदय द्वारा व्यक्ति ह्रदयों पर विजय प्राप्त करता है| महात्मा गौतम बुद्ध शांति, विवेक, सहनशीलता व उदारता का प्रतीक माने जाते हैं| उनका सम्पूर्ण जीवन मानवता के प्रति समर्पित रहा| इसी प्रकार महात्मा गांधी, स्वामी विवेकानंद ने अपने ह्रदय की उदारता दिखाते हुए मानवता का मार्ग प्रशस्त किया| भारतीय पृष्ठभूमि में अनेक ऐसी महान विभूतियों ने जन्म लिया जिनका चरित्र सम्पूर्ण विश्व के लिए उदारता का उदाहरण बना|

इन सभी से प्रेरणा ग्रहण कर कक्षा-‍ तीसरी-(फ) की छात्राओं ने दिनांकः15.2.17(बुधवार) को विषय-उदारता के भाव को समझते हुए विशेष प्रार्थना सभा में "मिटटी का डला" नामक कथा का मंचन किया | छात्राओं द्वारा पात्रानुसार वेशभूषा एवम् उचित हाव-भाव के प्रदर्शन ने सभी दर्शकों का मन मोह लिया| छात्राओं के उत्साह,हर्ष व मनोबल ने इस विशेष प्रार्थना सभा को सफल बनाया|
CLASS III-E Special Assembly

CLASS III-E Special Assembly
15-02-2017: CLASS III-E Special Assembly

"When you see a person without a smile, give them one of yours because Sharing is Caring"

At Queen’s Valley, we believe that the school assembly is one of the most essential facets of a school's curriculum. It nurtures the development of intrapersonal skills and inculcates the qualities like devotion, dedication, team work in them. It demonstrates the value of each individual pupil including their individual thoughts and abilities and provides each child with an opportunity to share the stage and gain confidence.

A Special Class Assembly of class III-E was organized on Wednesday, 15th February 2017 on the theme – “Sharing is Caring”.

The greatest gift you can give to yourself and everyone around you is the gift of caring and sharing. This small gift will allow you to see unlimited opportunities for yourself to achieve all your dreams and that there is enough abundance around to share opportunities with the people around you.

The more people you can help to get what they want, the easier it will become for you to get what you want.

This thought was represented by the students through the means of a story "The kindest giant".

The assembly came to an end with a dance performance of the Queens on the song "Sharing is caring for someone else".

The involvement of the students in their different roles encapsulated the learning objective of the assembly. Our queens looked beautiful in their eye catching costumes. The assembly proved a good way to showcase their talent. Their performance was felicitated through a big round of applause by the audience.

The special assembly proved to be a great success and left a smile on everyone's face.
Class I & II English Calligraphy

Class I & II English Calligraphy
09-02-2017: Class I & II English Calligraphy

"The art of writing is the art of discovering what you believe"
By-Gustave Flaubert

Calligraphy is a cultural essence which must be handed down from generation to generation. It helps children to improve their gross and fine motor skill. It is a very good exercise for their eye and hand coordination. So, to enhance their presentation skills and to inculcate the habit of good handwriting among students, Queen’s Valley School organized English Calligraphy Competition for classes I & II on 9.2.17. The Competition aimed to encourage children to write neatly in the Marion Richardson Script (school script) and present the content in proper manner.

The main objective of this competition was to motivate children to write neatly and to make students aware of correct formation of letters. All the students were excited to showcase their handwriting. The competition witnessed an enthusiastic participation by the students. It was very difficult to select the winners but some of them wrote more beautifully than the others. The judgment was done on the basis of good hand writing, accurate script and correct spellings.

The winners are:-

Class I
NAME CLASS POSITION
Debangshi Dutta I Daisy First
Vaibhavi I Orchid Second
Palak Gahlot
Annanya Anwesha Nayak
I Daisy
I Tulip
Third
Third



Class II

NAME CLASS POSITION
Yutika Mehra II Raspberry First
Vaanika Sachar II Huckleberry Second
Kashvi II Huckleberry Third

CLASS VI-VII Mathematics is the art of giving the same name to different things

CLASS VI-VII Mathematics is the art of giving the same name to different things
06-02-2017: CLASS VI-VII Mathematics is the art of giving the same name to different things

'MIND STIMULATION LIVE – SUDOKU'
(The brain is a wonderful thing to stretch.)

Recreational activities have a great role in learning of mathematics. It helpsto acquire competencies on mathematical concepts and skills which help in the all round development of a child. To mark February as ‘The Month Of Mathematics’, activities like Olympiads, Mathematical Rangoli, Poster Making, Quiz, Sudoku etc are taken up in Queen’s Valley School.

As we are celebrating month of February as Mathematics month, students of CLASS VI and VII participated in MIND STIMULATION LIVE-SUDOKU COMPETITION wherein a tricky but interesting Prelim round was conducted on 6th February. Students were asked to solve a Sudoku which was a 3 by 3 grid of nine squares, each subdivided further into nine squares.A few squares contained numbers in them. Participants were required to fill in numerals from 1 to9. They had to ensure that every horizontal and vertical line and every large 3 by 3 square should contain only one instance of each number. Two students from each section qualified round 1. Participants were judged on the basis of accuracy and time taken by them.

In round 2, the selected students were made to solve another complex Sudoku on 9th February and the best three students were declared as the winners of this final round.
POSITIONS NAMES CLASS
I Shrija Agarwal VI – D
II Diya Dey VI – F
III Sneha Shekhar VI - E


POSITIONS NAMES CLASS
I Harshita Arora VII – E
II Jeeya Yogesh Shah VII – E
III Himanshu Yadav VII – A

ANNUAL FUNCTION AND ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION

ANNUAL FUNCTION AND ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION
21-01-2017: ANNUAL FUNCTION AND ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION

The Annual Function is a perfect platform to inculcate moral values and foster intellectual creativityin students through a well-rehearsed series of entertaining programmes.

The 21st day of January, 2017 brought with it a dazzlingdisplay of festivities as Queen's Valley School, hosted its ANNUAL FUNCTION AND ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION’ in the school grounds.

The theme of the Annual function was 'The Lost and Found happy Endings'. As the revered guests approached the stage amidst a shower of flowers, the proceedings for the day commenced. The gathering of guests comprised of honourable Chairman- Shri S.K. Sachdeva and members of the managing committee.

The programme initiated on a spiritual yet empowering note as the young queens sought the benediction of Goddess Saraswati with all humility and grace. They displayed an array of elegant movements, imploring the divine mother to removes all obstacles to wisdom and provide strength and refuge to those who seek to learn.

The revelries proliferated as our esteemed Chairman Shri. S.K. Sachdeva unfurled the national flag. A crowd of over 3,000 onlookers, standing together for the national anthem and pledging to stand united with the true Indian spirit, was a spectacle to behold. The significance of the moment was further enhanced by the prized thoughts of Chairman Sir, who encouraged the children to take a vow to protect this nation from the manacles of prejudice and realize their responsibility towards the society.

The release of the 4th Annual Edition of the school magazine- ‘QUINTESSENCE’ was the next event. This souvenir, giving a panoramic view of all the wonderful moments and laurels of the school, was released by respected Chairman Sir.

Thereafter approached the most awaited event of the day- The Prize Distribution Ceremony-wherein certificates and trophies were conferred to the students for their tireless efforts in academics and co-curricular activities in the bygone session. The blessings of our guests not only invigorated them as winners but also stimulated the spectators to heartily applaud their determination, toil and success. The trophy for the 'Best Wall Magazine' was bagged by Truth House whereas the ‘Best House’ trophy was claimed by Courage House.

Further, the school Principal, Dr. N. Sharma presented the Annual School Report, giving a significant account of the various achievements of the school and its meritorious students in the previous session. She highlighted the growth and vision of QVS, thanking the management for their constant support.

It was time to introduce the story tellers of the day! Mini and Bookasur embarked on a voyage in search of 'THE LOST HAPPY ENDINGS', presenting a harmonious ensemble of twisted fairy tales and an action packed fable titled 'KHALI BANA BAJRANGBALI'.This musical expedition concluded with a message for the masses, encouraging them to opt for sustainable development, thereby meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

The crescendo of patriotic fervour was set by our queens through a beautiful spectacle.The grand finale on the evergreen verse of 'Vande Mataram' recounted the stupendous saga of India's struggle to achieve freedom, reminding us that 'Every tale has an end, but in life every ending is a new beginning'.

The day's events were culminated by the release of tri-colour balloons by the esteemed guests. The effort, staging and management of the teaching and non-teaching staff were greatly applauded. A Vote of Thanks was proposed and all the guests and the parents were thanked for their benign presence and enthusiastic participation, making the day a resounding success.
 


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