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“Real growth of a country was in heart, minds, bodies and souls of young men and women of the country”

                                                                                                                                -  C.V Raman




National Science Day is celebrated with great enthusiasm on 28th February to commemorate the discovery of Raman Effect by Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate Sir ChandrasekharaVenkata Raman in India. It is celebrated every year to widely spread the message about the significance of scientific applications in the daily life of people. It also aims at displaying all the activities, efforts and achievements in the field of science for human welfare. So keeping this in mind, the students of class IV presented a special assembly on National Science Day.


As we all know that pollution prevention is a major global concern because of the harmful effects of pollution on a person’s health and on the environment. Air pollution causes irritation in the throat, nose, lungs and eyes. It causes breathing problems and aggravates existing health conditions such as asthma.

The students also highlighted the ways through which we can reduce pollution. They told everyone to follow the four R's of environment- Reuse, Reduce, Recycle and Recover and also minimize the use of plastic bags. Regular checking of vehicles should be done in order to control pollution caused by them.


The queens dressed themselves in appropriate costumes. They enacted their roles with perfect poise and spoke their dialogues with remarkable voice modulation. All of them represented the characters so beautifully that the audience was left spell bound. Overall it was a great learning experience for the queens as they got to know a lot about the impact of pollution on earth and the steps to reduce it. The assembly was appreciated by all and it proved to be a successful event.





“Gold medals aren't really made of gold.

They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy
called guts.”


Annual Sports Day is an important event in the life of every school. Sports have a vital role in making a child sound physically as well as mentally. With the purpose to instill sportsman spirit among students and to enhance their physical and social skills, a two-day Annual Athletic Meet 2017-18 was organized on 06.02.2018 and 07.02.2018 at Queens Valley School amidst great mirth, verve and camaraderie. 


The principal was escorted by the NCC cadets followed by a spectacular, impressive, and a well synchronized March Past by the four House contingents. It was a great sight indeed to watch the enthusiastic students clad in colourful house uniforms marching to the beats of the band and adding the festive mood on the campus.

 It was followed by the glorious tradition of the torch run and thereafter, the oath was administered. 

The most intriguing aspect, embellishing the event, was the splendid field displays, involving mass student participation. A peppy dance drill and an energizing exercise drill set the tone for the rest of the event. 

The displays included various performances like yoga, gymnastics, judo, skipping and basketball drill where the students showcased spectacular presentation, vim and vigour.  The seamless benefits of Yoga were showcased. The students performed basic attacking and defending skills in Judo.  They also displayed their energy, enthusiasm and team work through a wonderful pyramid formation.


This was followed by the track events including races for the Junior Wing, and the Senior Wing as well. Once the races began, the air was filled with cheering and tons of encouragement for the young athletes. Students of classes I to V and VI to XI competed class-wise in events including sprints, obstacle races and relay races. The sense of sportsmanship and enthusiasm students displayed surely increased the excitement of the audience. 

The students showcased their unity and physical strength in their mass drills, fun races and relays. Gold, Silver and Bronze medals were awarded to the winners. This wonderful event came to an end with the prize distribution ceremony and vote of thanks.



Republic Day and Annual Day Celebration Report

Republic Day and Annual Day Celebration Report

Republic Day and Annual Day Celebration Report

Republic Day and Annual Day Celebration Report
20-01-2018: Republic Day and Annual Day Celebration Report



For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.                                                                                                                                                                                                ― Nelson Mandela


It is only in a truly independent and democratic environment that an individual can add impetus to their sense of cultural and national identity.  Cultivation and preservation of the ideals of the republic in the hearts of people may be facilitated through expression of thoughts. In order to nurture such individuals who may become the flag bearers of a civilised society thus envisioned, it is imperative that the preservation of the powers of sovereignty takes roots and wings through education.

Swearing allegiance with these principles of political and public life, Queen’s Valley School celebrated the 69th Republic Day on 20th January 2017 in its premises. The day also marked the Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony of the school.

The occasion of felicitation and festivity was graced by the presence of the honourable Vice Chairman Sh. Sanjay Sachdeva, School Manager Dr. R.C. Chaddha, Academic Advisor Dr. Maheshwari , respected member of the managing committee Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, and heads of our sister concerns Ms. Sumana Dutta Sarkar and Ms. Sudha Sudangi. The guests were escorted to the venue and welcomed with a token of affection from the QVS family.

To mark a pious beginning, the queens paid veneration to Lord Ganesh through a symphonic welcome dance, imploring Him to touch all aspects of human life with his holy presence. It was followed by the flag hoisting ceremony by the Vice Chairman. The swaying flag complemented by the tunes of the national anthem inspired a feeling of freedom, belief in diversity and spirited patriotism in the audience. He, then, enlightened the audience with a stimulating address. His prized thoughts were aimed at encouraging the students to propagate the values they have inherited, excel in what they do and be role models in the society.

This was followed by the release of the 5th Annual edition of the school magazine ‘Quintessence’ by the Vice Chairman. This souvenir that chronicles the memorable events and laurels of the school and, showcases the creativity and writing prowess of the students was appreciated with great enthusiasm. Then, the dignitaries did the honours of encouraging the students who have created benchmarks with their exceptional talent in academics and co-curricular activities by felicitating them. The blessings and commendations of the dignitaries served as a motivation to the awardees and student-audience alike. The gathering of proud parents lauded their success with a round of unfaltering applause.

The school Principal, Dr. (Mrs.) Namita Sharma, presented the Annual School Report encapsulating the achievements of the students in the previous academic year and giving an insight into the vision of the institution. She extended a sincere thanks to members of the managing committee for their unparalleled support and the parents for their unflinching contribution in creating confident and empowered individuals.

The cultural programme based on the theme ‘Bharat- Ek Bhava, Raag aur Taal’ was nothing short of an astounding visual treat as it brought to life, the indomitable spirit of ‘Bharat and its immortal elements through a fusion of theatre, dance, yoga and gymnastic. The ballad stressed upon the need for the revival of the lost cultural legacies and an acceptance of Bhartiyata’ for ensuring perpetual pride and unity. The resonance of the grand finale ‘Bharat, Ek Anokha Raag’ spelled a yearning for a better tomorrow- a yearning that reverberates in everybody’s hearts. It highlighted the potential of the nation in offering a beautiful future for humanity, built on the foundations of its profound, consciously crafted cultural ethos.


The culmination of the event was marked by the release of tri-coloured balloons to reiterate the vibrant solidarity and unique diversity in India. A heartfelt Vote of Thanks was proposed on behalf of the staff and students of QVS to all the guests and the parents in attendance. The environment reverberated with applause and cheer as the audience stood in standing ovation to the rekindled sense of respect and admiration for the nation. 


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