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23.01.2013: Republic Day and 5th Annual Day Celebration

“There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots; the other, wings. Let us bequeath to our children not riches, but the spirit of freedom and reverence .”

As the winter season of extremity took its last breath, the princesses of Queen’s Valley School showcased an exemplary performance on the occasion of their 5th Annual Day. The bright and sunny morning which began with usual chirp of the birds witnessed an unusual melody and rhythm as the day progressed. Among the buzz of settling down of parents and gearing up of performers, there arrived the fleet of our dignitaries who were heralded on the vigorous beats of the QVS band played by our smartly decked up girls.

The guests were welcomed on a very pious note of Ganesh Vandana followed by a bubbly performance on the rapid beats of “We welcome you".

As a vital part of the ceremony, the national flag hoisting by honourable Chairman Sir, Sh S K Sachdeva, was followed by an encouraging address by him emphasizing on the fact that we owe our freedom to our martyrs who made this day possible to appear in the Indian history.

Through a captivating musical performance ‘I am Just Like You’, our toddlers , donning colourful costumes from various parts of India, spread the message that despite the diversity and disparity we all are identical in our entity

Thereafter, approached the most awaited event of the show – the prize distribution ceremony which aimed to acknowledge the success, recognize the excellence and applaud the toil of the winners of the session. Alluring trophies were conferred to the proud champions including the National level players, All rounders and the Captain of the Best House.

After the culmination of the award ceremony the princesses of classes I and II showcased a sparkling and amusing performance titled ‘Tales with a Twist’. They had baked the legendary stories of granny with a novel twisted spice i.e. the cap seller; the hare and the tortoise and the thirsty crow turned smarter. The twists were mirthful, hilarious and enthralled the audience.

The performance was followed by a musical drama by the senior students who put forward their vision on sensitive social issues of Gender Bias, Contamination of our Sacred Rivers and Eye Donation. They urged to check the callous attitude towards girl child and dumping of filth in sacred waters. A heart-storming skit on Eye Donation Campaign created an upsurging response from the spectators. The pride at watching their children put in a splendid effort combined with the unique setting for the day left the parents glowing with pride.

The culmination was marked by the Vote Of Thanks to the honourable guests and the supportive parents. The effort, staging and management of the whole show was greatly applauded and commended. A fantastic team work under the flawless leadership of the Principal once again made its mark in the golden book of QVS.
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