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27.07.2013: A snapshot of our princesses flowering into confident queens

One of our princesses Hunar Sangwan of class Pre-Primary (Cinderella) participated in a print ad campaign and became the face of a reputed construction company on Wednesday, 24th of July’2013 in two of the leading newspapers of Delhi- The Hindustan Times and Times of India. Her beautiful smile and confidence clearly indicate that she has created a niche for herself. A true example of aims and objectives of QVS being realized at a very formative stage. We congratulate Hunar on her achievement and bless her to achieve many more milestones in life.





26.07.2013 – If States Could Talk- Fancy Dress Competition

If states could talk then how would they describe themselves? What information would they like to share with the people of other states of INDIA?

Our country is a unique combination of varied cultures, languages, food style, etc. Each state has its own stories and history to share. To keep the spirit of Independence and oneness alive in each one of us a Fancy Dress Competition for the princesses of Pre-School , Classes I and II was held in QVS with the Theme ‘If States Could Talk’. The princesses came dressed in different costumes representing different states of the country. They spoke flawlessly and enlightened the audience with their awareness.

They carried interesting props to depict state specific traits. The audience had a wonderful experience as QVS metamorphosised into mini India on the day of the competition. The exuberance with which the children participated showcased that we may seem to be different but we are one.

The winners from Pre School are:
Name Section Position
Harmayra Kaur Ariel I
Avantika Rapunzel II
Ananya Singh Snowdrop III
Atulika Ariel III
Mishti Naik Angelina III

Best Performers of classes I & II:
Name Class
Rayna Gandhi I Daffodil
Shirin Moza I Dahlia
Mahasri Gururani I Tulip
Chahat Tiwari I Daisy
Hargun Kaur Dingra I Lavender
Vibhuti Sharma I Lily
Jigisha Chakrabarty I Marigold
Diya Wadhwani II Blueberry
Shreya Shukla II Cherryberry
Srishti Singh II Huckleberry
Manepalli Siva sri Sahithi II Mulberry
Prarthita Das Sharma II Raspberry
Gunjan Ahuja II Strawberry







24.07.2013 – Inter House Yoga Competition

“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.”
– B.K.S. Iyengar

Yoga is a system of physical and mental fitness and final liberation. It is a method of training the mind and developing its power of subtle perceptions so that man may discover for himself the eternal truths on which religions, beliefs and moral values finally rest. While on the one hand it helps each bodily cell to revitalize itself and improves the circulation and quality of blood, on the other it proves to be an applied method to train the mind to concentrate and harmonizes the functioning of nervous and endocrine system which results in control and ultimate eradication of psychological distortions.

Yoga, as both the science and art of life offers us simple and easy methods to assure physical and mental fitness in minimum time, effort and expense. It is so universal in its principles and so holistically beneficial that it is Possible for any person, young or old, religious or agnostic, to embrace and live with satisfaction, harmony and peace.

In keeping with its aim of inculcating the spirit of healthy living, self-exploration and introspection in the students, QVS organized an Inter-House Yoga competition on July 24, 2013 for students of classes III to XII in the school premises. The students participated in large numbers and left the audience spell-bound with flexible and elegant yogic postures. They performed the exceptionally intricate asanas like Dhanurasana, Garbhasana, Gomukhasana and Matsyasana with commendable ease and effortlessness and thus proved their efficiency in varied fields of learning.

Through their performance, the Yogi Queens emphasized the fact that yoga is a way to freedom and by its constant practice we can free ourselves from fear, anguish and loneliness. The audience was motivated to adopt this healthy way of tranquil living which also enables one to have a lucid understanding of the self, as aptly written in The Bhagavad Gita:

“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.”

The students were judged on the basis of accuracy, elegance, confidence and presentation.

The Winners:
Group Name Class Position House
Group A
(III-V)
Hanshika
Arora
Samridhi
Setia
Vanshika
Shokeen
V-B V-E IV-F I II III Integrity Truth Peace
Group B
(VI-VIII)
Vedika
Sapna Rana
Vandana
Verma
VIII-C
VIII-A
VIII-C
I
II
III
Peace
Truth
Integrity
Group C
(IX-XII)
Parul Adhikari XI-C I Truth





22.07.2013 – Footloose – Dance Competition

To dance is to express feelings, emotions, stories rhythmically with gestures and expressions. Dance is good for health and is a great stress reliever. It has been an important part of celebrations and ceremonies. Children love to dance and sway with music as dance for them is a source of entertainment and fun.QVS organized FOOTLOOSE-Dance competition for the princesses of Pre-Nursery to Pre-Primary on three days in the month of July and August 2013.There were two rounds of the competition . Children selected in the first round moved to the second round. The competition was tough as well as exciting. A few of the performers were trained in the classical forms of Kathak and Bharatnatyam. A few danced to folk music as well as to English songs. The princesses captivated the audience with their breathtaking performances in beautiful costumes and props.

The li’l princesses of Thumbelina were a delight to watch. The result is as follows

Pre Nursery:
Name Section Position
Tiana Goyal First Thumbelina
Ananya Chatterji Second Thumbelina
Charvi Satija Third Thumbelina
Sheza Naved Third Thumbelina

Pre School:
Name Section Position
A. Avannthika Anil Kumar First Rapunzel
Harmayra Kaur Second Ariel
Harshika Aggarwal Second Rapunzel
Akshara Garg Third Snowdrop
Suguna Das Third Angelina
Hinaysha Third Snowwhite

Pre Primary:
Name Section Position
Sweekriti Shekhawat First Cinderella
Moon Dogra Second Alice
Sheryl Second Rosetta
Disha. P Third Cinderella
Snehal Third Rosetta
Divyanshi Dahiya Third Rosetta








22.07.2013 – Show and Tell Competition - Classes I & II

“Tell me, I’ll forget. Show me, I’ll remember. Involve me, I’ll understand”.
– Benjamin Franklin

There is no such thing as great talent without great will power. All of us, know that it is important for children to not only do well in academics but also explore extra-curricular activities. At QVS, we believe that one of their many talents could do wonders for them, if recognised and encouraged at the right time.

To encourage the Queens, QVS organized ‘SHOW AND TELL COMPETITION’- A collection of initiatives aimed at discovering the hidden talent of our queens and to identify their all-round potential early enough to maximize it. The event focused on nurturing the abilities of our queens and their creativity. The Competition was conducted at the premises of Queen’s Valley School for the queens of Classes I and II on July 15, 2013.Their performance was commendable and some of them made it to the final round also which was held on July 22, 2013.

It was a fruitful learning experience for all and a personal victory for every queen.

The result of the competition is as follows:

Class I :
Name  Section
Hargun  Kaur Dhingra Lavender
Arohi Sharma Tulip
Arni Agarwal Daffodil
Srishti Kaundal Daisy
Vibhuti Sharma Lily


Class II:
Name  Section
Barkha Strawberry
Vittoria Cherryberry
Diya Wadhwani Blueberry
Yashika Bhati Huckleberry
Suhani Trivedi Huckleberry




22.07.2013: Democratic Traditions at QVS go Hi-Tech

At Queen’s Valley School, we understand that the task of an educational institution can never be singularly academic. It is our constant endeavour to give the best of the prescribed as well as the hidden curriculum to all students all every level through various learning experiences. Following Dewey’s footsteps we help to prepare students to participate more fully in all facets of democratic life employing democracy both as a goal and a method of instruction.


Realizing our goal of orienting the students towards preparing them to be active participants in all aspects of democratic life, we conduct the process of election of the Students’ Council every year. The event empowers the students to intensively participate in group decision making, negotiation, and constructive social life. The first level of campaigning for the Students’ Council was held on the 19th July’13 in the morning assembly which witnessed the introduction and presentation of the agenda by the candidates for the various posts. The second level was conducted in the form of a more comprehensive campaigning which required the candidates to campaign for votes in each and every class on the 22nd July ’13. On the next day, the election process was conducted under an online forum open for all the students from classes IX-XII on the school’s website.

Technology was employed as an effective means to initiate the students in understanding the transparent and accountable nature of our democratic institution. In order to make the procedure voter-friendly the webpage displayed the photographs and names of all the candidates. The students were encouraged to elect their representatives by choosing the names for the various positions from a drop down menu and exercise their democratic rights at the click of a button. Through this process the students were exposed to the principle of One Person-One Vote- One Value in a modernized way.





19.07.2013 – Show and Tell Competition - Class Pre Primary

Show & Tell activities provide opportunities for both fun and learning in Kindergarten. Children learn the fine art of public speaking, describing an object or sharing a thought. This give boost to the creativity of a child. QVS organized a Show and Tell competition for the princesses of Pre-Primary on 17th and 19th of July 2013. The theme of the competition was ‘The World of Gadgets’. The princesses spoke on a variety of gadgets like a laptop, washing machine, television, keyboard, camera etc. it was spell binding moment when the princesses presented their views about these gadgets, their purpose, use, function etc. The sense of accomplishment was evident in each one of them as they mesmerized the audience with their speech and expression.

The result is as follows:
Name Section Position
Sweekriti Sekhawat Cinderella I
Avni Nagesh Rosetta I
Sanskriti Rosetta II
Siona Jasmine III
Navishtha Jasmine III
Aanya Kashyap Goldilocks III





19.07.2013 – Inter Class Science Debate (Class X)

“ It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it.”

-Joseph Joubert

Debates are a great way for students to get involved in class. Students have to research topics, prepare for the debate and think on their feet as they practice public speaking.

An Inter Class Science Debate was held for the students of standard X of Queen’s Valley School on 19.7.2013 as a part of the Science and Technology month

The topic was “Technology creates more problem than it can solve

Selected students from each section either speaking for or against the motion participated in the competition.

It was an interesting experience to watch the queens come up with rebuttals to the opposition’s arguments. The panel of judges judged the queens on the basis of originality, presentation, logical consistency, fluency, pronunciation and degree of emotional appeal to the audience.

The impulsive and strong views of the speakers were effective enough to stimulate the the audience. The competition inculcated confidence and good speaking skills in the participants.

The winners:
Name Class Position
Charul  Mehndiratta   X-C Best speaker for the motion   
Indira Dasan  X-B Best speaker against the motion  







17.07.2013 & 19.07.2013 ‐ CATALYST : INTER-CLASS SCIENCE QUIZ
"Open Your Eyes to Science: See a Whole New World"

Exhilarating, motivating, enlightening and engaging would describe the Science Quiz Competition conducted at Queen’s Valley School on 17th July’13 for class V and 19th July’13 for class VIII ad IX as a part of the Science and Technology Month being observed in the school. The competition was aimed at developing the knowledge and excellence base among the students through healthy and highly motivating meet. The students armed themselves with a lot of general knowledge for the quiz. The main aim of conducting this quiz was to entertain the students with mind sport which test their mental ability, alertness and general awareness. The quiz was intended to assess the knowledge, understanding, and capabilities of the students in general science knowledge, and their ability to express their ideas clearly and impressively. Participants of the quiz made the most of the opportunity and displayed their knowledge very enthusiastically.

The rounds, were different and tickled almost all areas of the brain. The quiz started in a grand style as the different teams thrilled their fans and audience in the way they made efforts to answer their questions. What was also amazing was the manner in which students answered questions posed to them. Though questions put to the students ranged from the simple to the difficult, students tackled them well. In fact, it should be added that the audience also contributed, since questions which could not be answered by the competitors were turned to them and answers flew from all corners.

Our queens faced the challenge with great enthusiasm and came out with flying colours. Their wholehearted participation was equally applauded by the nonparticipants. The quiz uncovered the hidden arenas of the Queens. They took on the quiz master’s challenge with great enthusiasm.

The Winners:
Group Class Name
Group A – Class V V B Gurneet K. Narang
Shefali Singh
Vanshika Sharma
Group B – Class VIII VIII D Alka
Ananya Pant
Sri Sowmya Mangu
Kaushkee Vats
Group C – Class IX IXC Sanyukta Kalita
Shambhavi Jha
Tarannum Khan







17.07.2013 – Class IV – Who am I : An Invention and Its History

An invention is a unique or novel device, a method or a process. It may be an improvement upon a machine or a new process for creating an object.

An open and curious mind allows an inventor to see beyond what is known. Inventing thinking frequently involves combining concepts or elements from different realms that would not normally be put together.

“To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.”
Thomas A. Edison

We at Queen’s Valley School organized ‘Who am I‐An invention and its History competition’ on July 17, 2013. It was an inter‐class competition. Three students from each section were selected in the preliminary round to compete in the finals Our queens acted as an invention and spoke about its history. Students were beautifully dressed up in the form of an invention.

The queens faced the challenge with great enthusiasm and came out with flying colours. They enjoyed this activity immensely. Their wholehearted participation was appreciated by the nonparticipants.

The queens were judged on the basis of content, fluency, confidence and presentation. The activity proved to be a success and a learning experience for both the participants and non-participants.

The Winners:
Name Class & Section Position
Laavanya Yadav IV C I
Prajna Gon IV F II
Akanksha Dangri
Rishika Bandhopadhyay
IV E
IV E
III
III








17.07.2013 – Inter-Class Catchphrase - Slogan Writing Competition (IX, X and XII)

Few thought provoking words penned down on paper can change people’s approach towards life and a line comprising such words is a slogan. The might of the pen against the sword is best proven when a slogan is written. A slogan is one with which the masses can associate and can bring about a change...A Revolution.

At QVS, many activities are continuously taken up as part of the school curriculum to stimulate the students’ observation and imagination, and avenues are created to allow them to explore and express.

As part of the Science and Technology Month, the students of classes IX, X and XII participated in a slogan writing competition held on 10th July’ 2013 for classes IX and X, and on 17th July’2013 for class XII. The topic for classes IX and X was ‘Sustainable and Scientific Living Styles’ and for class XII was ‘Living in a warming planet.’

Students participated enthusiastically and made the most of the opportunity given to express themselves in a few words. The slogans were judged on the basis of content, presentation and legibility. Many of the slogans were so good and so well presented that the task of the judges to choose the winners became even more difficult.

This activity was an endeavour to utilize the power of the slogan to bring about a positive change in the mindset and attitude of our current generation towards the serious environmental threats that our planet is beset with.

The winners:

Class IX:
Name Class Position
Rupal Yadav IX-A I
Bharti Rajput IX-C II
Tanishka IX-C III

Class X:
Name Class Position
Richa Mahajan X-B I
Indira Dasan X-B II
Nidhi Tailor X-A III

Class XII:
Name Class Position
Anshika Sood XII-B I
Manisha Yadav XII -D II
Shambhavi Sharma XII -B III





16.07.2013 – From Page to Stage-English Recitation Competition

The easiest way to teach language is to introduce rhymes to children as they signify a language in its poetic form and make learning interesting and easy. With this aim QVS organized an English recitation competition’ From Page to Stage’ for the little queens of Pre-Nursery and Pre-School on the 15th and 16th July 2013. The princesses got an opportunity to exhibit their oratory and poetic skills. The first round was an intra-class round judged by independent teachers. The final round was conducted on 16.7.13 for the students of Pre-School. The children recited poems on stars, butterflies, trees etc. The judges appreciated the performance of the participants who recited poems with confidence.

The tiny tots of Thumbelina were all giggles and smiles as they were excited about their maiden performance on stage.

The result is as follows:

Class: Pre School
Name Section Position
Harmayra Ariel First
Chitranshi Ariel Second
Agrata Ariel Second
Ananya s Snowdrop Second
Vanshika Rapunzel Third
Aahana Angelina Third


Class: Pre Nursery
Name Section Position
Tiana Goel Thumbelina First
Sheza Naved Thumbelina Second
Charvi Satija Thumbelina Third
Prisha Mehrotra Thumbelina Third





15.07.2013 – Fire Management Workshop

July 15, 2013, New Delhi: The personnel and students of Queen’s Valley School were enthralled with the benign presence of Mr. Netra Pal Singh, Principal, Delhi Institute of Fire Training and his learned team who gave them a unique opportunity to enhance their existing training with a procedural understanding of combating fire hazards as an integral part of an organization’s daily activities. This workshop was conducted with the aim to inculcate structured and systematic techniques to identify fire hazards, evaluate risks and prioritize actions.

Mr. Singh focused on the need to develop effective procedures to fight any fire outbreak, whether large or small, that might occur during the functioning of the school. It is therefore important to develop a response plan aimed at addressing the awareness and the mechanism necessary for its response. He thus emphasized the fact that schools should be equipped with fire alarm detection and notification systems, and fire suppression systems like hydrants and fire extinguishers to ensure maximum safety of life and property during a blaze. At the same time, schools should have an effective communication system to regulate an emergency situation effectively.

The DIFT team conducted a fire drill as part of a standard emergency response procedure. At the same time, they stressed upon the fact that such drills should be executed at different hours of the day during the changing of classes, when the school is at assembly, during the recess or gymnastic periods, or during other times to avoid distinction between drills and actual fire. The means to use a fire extinguisher was also demonstrated by the DIFT personnel to empower the teachers and students in a hazardous situation.








12.07.2013 – Inter Class Mysteries of Science Through Lens - Class XI

“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious - the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science.”

Albert Einstein

The concepts of creativity and beauty have been intertwined for centuries and have been examined by both artists and scientists. A beautiful environment inspires and stimulates creativity. Science has always given a window for human mind to explore about its mysteries and get fascinated about its reality. Science can be best expressed through pictures as they have a vivid impact on human perception.

"Mysteries of science through lens”, an inter-class Science Photography competition for class XI was held on 12th July 2013 in Queen's Valley School. The queens participated in the competition and realized the beauty of science through their photography. The theme of the competition was to reveal science phenomena through their photography. The participants showed their talent of photography and gave power point presentations of their self clicked pictures revealing various scientific phenomena with beautiful taglines.

The competition was judged on the basis of the phenomena revealed in the picture, the quality and clarity of picture and the explanation /presentation given by the participants. The competition inculcated a spirit of scientific temperament in the students.

The Winners:
Name Class Position
Harshita Gaur
Nitya Khare
XI-D I
Niharika Rana
Ashima Yadav
XI-D II
Deepanshi Yadav
Ritika Tayal
XI-B III








12.07.2013 – Inter Class Competition – SCIENCE MASCOT, Class III

“The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new facts as to discover new ways of thinking about them.”

Sir William Lawrence Bragg

The present era is the era of science. Science has undoubtedly done a great service to mankind. Man, a rational being, has been curious to explore mysteries of nature and this led to many discoveries being made in various part of the world. Every sphere of life has been revolutionised by science.

"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
- Einstein

Science is also the means to understand our surroundings. It helps us to learn about all the other creatures that live with us on earth and in the universe. Can you think of a world without bulbs, computers, TV, vehicles? Science is their inventor!

Keeping this in mind , “Science Mascot “ was organized for all the sections of Std. III on 12th July`13 in the Cultural Hall as a part of Science and Technology Month in which the Queens had to select any one scientific invention and speak 5 lines on its contribution towards mankind.

The queens of Queen’s Valley School enthusiastically participated in the competition and showcased the creations of Science in many interesting ways. The competitors gave the judges a tough time in selecting the winners. However, The winners were selected on the basis of confidence, content and uniqueness of the costume.

The winners are:
Name Class & Section Position
Kavya Sood III B I
Srishti Verma III F II
Divsheen Kaur III E III





10.07.2013 – Science Time – Sketch Time (Class VI)

A Sketch is a rapidly executed free hand drawing that is not usually intended as a finished work. A sketch may serve a number of purposes, as it might record or develop an idea for later use or it might be used as a quick way of graphically demonstrating an image, idea or principle. Imagination is the ability to form new images and sensations.

We at Queens Valley School organized ‘Science Time – Sketch Time Competition’ for Class VI. The motive behind this competition was to make our Queens imaginative in their thinking. The topic was “SCI – FI TECH GADGETS - MY IMAGINATION.”

The inter-class competition provided a platform to the students to use their imagination and creativity and design scientific gadgets. They displayed their work on a sheet of paper. Everyone was full of enthusiasm.

Our queens came up with beautiful sketches giving their imagination a free run. It was an enriching experience for them.

The winners:
Name Class Position
Krittika Ghosh VI-D I
Arushi Arora VI-B II
Kavya Pandey VI-A III














10.07.2013 – Inter-Class Fix the Mix - Collage Making Competition, Class VII

“All the works of man have their origin in creative fantasy.
What right have we then to depreciate imagination.”
Carl Jung

Collage is the art of making bigger images using many smaller images which have been cut from various magazines, newspaper etc. Making a collage is fun, easy, and creative!

To appreciate and trigger the creative fantasy and imagination in students, an Inter Class Collage Making Competition was organised for students of Class VII on 10th July, 2012 as part of Science and Technology Month.

Students of class VII were divided in group of 6-8 and they brought together on paper their thoughts on any one of the following themes:
  • Nature’s Revenge
  • Evolution in Communication
  • Global Warming

The students let their imagination flow and used their creativity to produce beautiful work using images from bits of newspaper and pieces of a magazine. This challenging and different medium of expression of creativity was immensely enjoyed by the children at large.

The criteria for the competition were creativity, presentation, optimal use of waste material and also the information gathered. There was fun and enjoyment amongst the children which encouraged active participation and team work.

We at QVS feel that if students are given enough chance to explore and experiment, they come up with ideas which simply take your breath away!

The winners:
Name Class & Section Position Theme
Prachi Jindal
Pranjal Batra
Pritika Godara
Priyanka Maan
Riya Mathur
Sharanya Tiwari
Shreya Singh
VII-D I Global Warming
Harshita Rani
Hitanshi Chander
Ishika Aggarwal
Ishika Budhiraja
Jahnavi Mathur
Kamya Pandey
Karishma Sharma
Kashish Choudhary
VII-C II Nature’s Revenge
Ria Choudhari
Rishika Solanki
Sanskruti Jagga
Saaniya Tanwar
Sejal Singh
Shaina Goyal
Shivani Sahani
Shrishti Mishra
VII-A III Nature’s Revenge


































03.07.2013 – Inter-House Volleyball Competition

Volleyball is a popular sport in India which is played in both urban and rural areas India. India has achieved a respectable position in the game when it came second in 2003 world youth games. The game is so popular that a league has been started in volleyball comprising of six teams. Volleyball was introduced in India around 70 years ago when some physical education instructors who went abroad were trained in various games including volleyball. YMCA, College of Physical Education took the sport seriously and started training for it. The students trained here, took the game to the other parts of the country.

Volleyball comprises of energetic body movements as well as rapid jumps and leaps. Volleyball involves team work of the highest level. It involves high standards of fitness and strategic planning. The teams have to master the six basic skills of the sport: serve, pass, set, attack, block and dig. Volleyball is essentially a game of transition from one of the above skills to the next, with choreographed team movement which materialised on the Queen’s Valley sports field quite well.

The Queens proved equal to the task during the Inter- House Volleyball Competition which was organized in the school the first week of July ’13. The event was organized for the girls of classes VI to XII in two groups- Group A (VI to VIII) and Group B (IX to XII) from all the four houses – Truth, Courage, Peace and Integrity. The selections and semi- finals were held on 3rd July’13 and the finalists were decided on the basis of excellent matches played as semi finals.

The Inter-House Volleyball Final match for Group A was held between Integrity House and Truth House and for Group B was held between Truth House and Courage House on 5th July ’13. The training which had been imparted to the queens was displayed quite brilliantly in the final match. Their footwork, body positioning in relation to their surroundings, and ball contact kept the audience glued to the field.

The winners are:
Group A (VI-VIII)
Winner: Integrity House

Name Class & Section
Deeksha Chauhan VI-A
Rashi Verma VI-C
Khushi Srivastava VII-D
Nancy Ahlawat VII-D
Varsha Jhangu VII-B
M. Niranjana VII-B
Aadya VIII-A
Anjali VIII-D
Plaksha VIII-D


Group B (IX-XII) Winner: Truth House
Name Class & Section
Niharika Chopra IX-B
Shubhangi Shukla X-B
Priyanka Sehrawat XII-C
Kritika Chahar XII-D
Purnima Yadav XII-D
Jyoti Sehrawat XII-D
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