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30.10.2013 – Inter Class Diya Decoration Competition

“Without playing with fantasy no creative work has ever yet come to birth. The debt we owe to the play of imagination is incalculable."
— Carl Jung

Celebrations of Diwali commence with lighting of diyas and puja. In order to add a twist to the celebration this time, Diya Decoration Competition was organized by QVS for the queens of class III. The queens used their creative skills when they beautifully decorated earthen diyas using poster colours, sparkles, mirrors, ribbons, pencil shavings and other decorative material. The queens put on their thinking caps and decorated them with utmost neatness. The competition prepared the queens completely for Diwali by setting them in such a mood. This activity also provided them with an opportunity to have different ways of celebrating an eco-friendly and safe Diwali along with a platform to show their creativity. The best one was selected from each section and the following were declared as winners:

Name Class Position
Ayushi Rai III-A I
Ayushi Singh III-F II
Shagun Thakur III-D III


30.10.2013 – Inter Class Mask Making Competition

”A work of art is the unique result of a unique temperament.”

We, at QVS , believe that creating art expands a child's ability to interact with the world around him. It is a pivotal mode of self-Expression and creativity. It also develops self-confidence of the child. And ‘mask making’ is one of the best creating arts that can serve these purposes.

A Mask is a disguise that not only hides your real face but also changes you as a person. As soon as you put it on, you become someone else. It turns Peter Parker into’ Spiderman’ and Clark Kent into ‘Superman’. Keeping the importance of mask making in view, an inter-class ‘Mask Making Competition’ was organized for queens of class IV on 30 October 2013. Our queens had to prepare different masks using pastel sheets and colours of their choice.

The event was a success. Creativity of our queens knew no bounds. They created beautiful masks using different colour combinations. Different types of masks- full mask, half mask, eye mask, animal mask and many more were created. The event not only gave a chance to showcase their talent but also acted as a confidence booster for our queens. The creations of our queens were highly appreciated.

The winners are:

Name Class Position
Laavanya IV-C I
Kriti IV-E II
Antra IV-C III


28.10.2013 – Fancy Dress Competition

“The expression that one wears is as important as the clothes.”

Queen’s Valley School endeavours to make learning enjoyable and fun loving for its queens. QVS organized a “Fancy Dress Competition” on Monday 28.10.13 for the princesses of Pre-Nursery. The theme of the competition was ‘Fairy Tale Characters’. The aim was to spark the imagination and unleash the creativity of the children. It gave their thoughts a platform, while impersonating various characters from fairy tales. It was a grand display of talent well portrayed by the children. They beamed with confidence as they displayed their costumes and delivered their dialogues. It was a personal victory for every child who participated and faced the audience. The enthusiasm and zeal with which the children participated and performed is commendable. The best performers of the class were :

Name Section
Avani Rajvanshi Thumbelina
Charvi Satija Thumbelina
Kanishka Thumbelina




25.10.2013 – Inter Class “Create My Light-Candle Decoration, Out of Torn & Worn.”

The festival of lights holds a unique significance in the heart of every Indian. Amongst the various elements of this most celebrated festival, the allure of lights makes an illuminated mark. The legendary objective of transforming a no moon night into a glittering event enthuse us with new ideas and ways of making diyas, candles and the modern electric lights.

To harness the enthusiasm of the festivities, QVS organized a ‘Candle Decoration’ event in the school for the queens of class VI and class IX. The main emphasis remained on using best out of waste to embellish the candles. Ranging from unused buttons, wool strands, beads to used matchsticks and stick-ons, the students left no stone unturned in using every possible decorative material in a creative manner. The excitement of adorning their candles in the best possible way was clearly visible among the queens during the event.

The students were also motivated to celebrate Diwali using peaceful and beautiful means instead of bursting noisy crackers. The embellished candles when arranged in a series loudly gave out the message of ‘Say No to Crackers and Yes to Light’. The queens also referred to their candles as powered to dispel the darkness of hatred and ignorance and being a source of integrity and knowledge.

Although the competition appeared to be neck to neck, the queens listed below proved to be successful in making a mark for themselves:

Class VI
Name Class & Section Position
Vaidehi Vats VI A I
Simran Yadav VI D II
Aditi VI C III

Class IX
Name Class & Section Position
Gunika Jain IX-D I
Tarannum Khan IX-C II
Apurva Singh IX-A III







25.10.2013 - Battle of Bits : Collage Making

“ The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls”

A collage is a work of art composed of numerous materials such as paper, newsprint, photographs, ribbons or other objects attached to a background support. Originating from the French word ‘coller’, meaning ‘ to glue’, a collage allows one to experiment with a wide range of disconnected materials to achieve amazingly harmonized end results.

At QVS it is believed that the goal of education can never be exclusively academic. The idea immortalized by Oscar Wilde: ‘Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life’ essentially implies that art plays an indispensable role in exposing learners to the immense possibilities of innovation and creative expression, thereby enabling them to experience the multidimensional facets of life. With the aim to make learning a delightful activity leading to endless vistas of wonder, discovery and expression, ‘Battle of Bits: Collage Making Competition’ was organized for the students of class VII on October 25, 2013. The students made attractive collages with varied themes and kaleidoscopic patterns. This activity was aimed at inspiring pupils of the nation’s ideal of a conglomerated existence and celebration of unity in diversity. At the same time, it focused on realizing the principle of ‘ learning by doing’ by utilizing various fabrics like paper, yarn, stamps and magazines cut-outs for making collages.

This activity gave immense exposure to the creative minds of the queens by stimulating their imagination and inculcated in them a sense of appreciation for art and craft. At the same time, it enhanced their hand – eye coordination, colour recognition, motor skills and problem solving skills. They expressed a deep sense of satisfaction after participating in this activity. The result is as follows:

Name Class Position
Anshita Yadav VII C I
Tanweer Nishat Islam VII D II
Ishika Budhiraja VII C III





25.10.2013 – Inter Class Tattoo and Mehndi Art Competition

Tattoo and Mehndi art is an interesting subject to study as students get inspired by new fashion and trends. Based on this thought Inter Class Tattoo Making Competition on the 23rd of October 2013 for the students of class Xth and Inter Class Mehndi Art Competition on 25th of October 2013 for the students of class VIIIth were organized in which the girls took part in large numbers. The students were guided to create tattoo and draw mehndi patterns on paper with the help of colour-pens, sketch pens, poster colours and markers. Students used the materials of their own choice and drew tattoos and designs for mehndi application. Most of the students made tattoos and mehndi patterns which were inspired by nature and their surroundings .The designs were dominated by the depiction of scorpions, dragons, fish, peacocks, flowers, etc.

This competition provided an opportunity to these young learners to showcase their talent and to express their creativity through colours and designs. It enhanced their aesthetic sense and gave them a break away from the regular routine work. As a result the competition was a roaring success with most of the students participating in it. The work was assessed on the basis of the design chosen, colour combination, accuracy, intricacy of the drawing and finishing.

The designs created spoke volumes about the student’s skills for designing, their efforts for achieving accuracy and their eye for perfection. This competition brought out an amalgamation of the traditional mehndi designs and the modern tattoo designs, reflecting the outlook of the younger generation.

The ideas displayed in the competition can also be taken up as a hobby as youngsters all around are quite inclined to go for a tattoo as a mark of fashion and modernity. Students displayed their creativity in such an amazing manner that it enthralled the judges and made their task very challenging.

The result was as follows:

Class VIII
Name Class Position
Adriza VIII-A I
Madhulika Bhansali VIII-C II
Yukta VIII-D III

Class X
Name Class Position
Aarti X-B I
Jaagrite X-A II
Swati X-C III





23.10.2013 – Inter Class Rangoli Making Competition

“Life is a celebration of passionate colours”

Rangoli, which is a traditional art form and is being followed since ages, is considered to be sacred welcoming areas for the Hindu deities. It is drawn in front of houses as a faith and tradition. It is believed to bring good luck.

To promote creativity and skill QVS organised a rangoli making competition on 23rd October 2013. The girls enthusiastically took part in the competition and displayed great zeal. They got an opportunity to show their artistic skills.


Beautiful amalgamation of colours was exhibited by the girls. Different innovative materials were used by them for making rangolis, such as, coloured rice, dry flour, coloured sand and even flower petals. The girls came up with ideas which were unimaginable. They gave rangoli a contemporary look yet retaining the traditional forms and patterns. The audience as well as the judges were spell bound to see the level of creativity displayed by our queens.

The winners are:
Name Section Position
Prerna Kumari V-A I
Ritwika Nandi V-E II
Upasana Khanduri V-B III


21.10.2013 – Trash to Treasure (Pre-Primary)

“Don’t throw away, recycle for another day!”

This was the motto of the ‘Trash to Treasure’ competition held on 21st Oct, 2013. The little Queens of Pre-Primary actively participated in the Trash To Treasure competition held on Monday 21.10.13. The purpose of this competition was to stimulate imaginative play among the students while, at the same time, teach them the value of recycling waste material into something useful and beautiful.

The enthusiasm shown by the kids was heartening and the competition proved to be a big success. Students came up with innovative ideas and made various articles like jewellery, wall hangings and pencil holders from waste material like used foil, old candles, broken bangles, pistachio shells etc. All the materials were used very creatively by the students and it was a treat to watch the little queens engrossed in their work as they literally converted trash into treasure!

Name Section Position
Disha P. Cinderella I
Shagun Alice I
Sweekriti Shekhawat Cinderella II
Sristi Jasmine II
Rahi Bhalerao Goldilocks III
Jahanvi Thakran Elina III




17.10.2013 – Inter House Badminton Competition

“If you want your life to be a magnificent story, then begin by realizing that you are the author and everyday you have the opportunity to write a new page”

A sound physique and an able mind is the call of the day against the constant fast pace changing conditions of today. To enable a child to achieve and acquire power of resistance, Queens Valley School wheeled out a sporting and scintillating Inter House Badminton match on 17th October, 2013.

Girls displayed their very best by smashing the shuttle cock. The players beautifully dropped and placed the shuttle.

The competition was conducted at three levels- heats, semi-finals and finals. The participants showed the skills. The Queens applauded the participants with great zeal and vigour. This really motivated the participants. The following were selected as winners:

Group 1 (Classes VI-VIII)
Winner: Peace House
Name Class Position
Arushi VI-B I

Group 2 (Classes XI-X)
Winner: Courage House
Name Class Position
Deepshikha X-C I





09.10.2013 – Inter Class Arty Hands-Sketch Making Competition

In an effort to balance the curricular and the co-curricular aspects of education at the senior secondary level, the art department at QVS organized an inter-class activity ‘Arty Hands’ on the 9th October 2013. The students of Classes XI and XII were encouraged to take some time off their hectic academic schedules to indulge in visual arts especially drawing and sketching. This was an extension of our constant endeavor to propel our queens towards holistic development by stimulating their interests.

The said event was organized in the students’ respective classrooms spanning an hour. The theme was given to the students on the day of the competition itself. The students were instructed to carry an A-3 sized sheet and were allowed to choose from a wide variety of dry media as tools such as graphite pencils, pen and ink, inked brushes, wax color pencils, crayons, charcoals, pastels, and markers to bring their ideas alive. The students made use of drawing techniques which they know of from their years in classes IX and X. This previous knowledge became evident as they employed line drawing, hatching, cross-hatching and random hatching, scribbling, stippling, and blending in the created works.

All the entries were appreciated by the judges and teachers alike. The students produced really competent sketches and pleasantly amazed the judges with their technique and proficiency thereby placing them in a dilemma at the time of declaration of results.

The winners were:

Class XI:
Name Class Position
Varsha Saini XI-D I
Sherry Sharma XI-B II
Vinaya Tentwal XI-D III

Class XII
Name Class Position
Akanksha XII-B I
Prerna XII-A II
Simran Kaur XII-A III





03.10.2013 – हिंदी कविता प्रतियोगिता प्री-स्कूल, विषय - महात्मा गाँधी

"रघुपति राघव राजा राम, पतित पावन सीता राम|"

ये पंक्तियाँ सुनते ही हमारे मन में जो छवि आती है, वह है महात्मा गाँधी जी की | महात्मा गाँधी का जन्म २ अक्टूबर १८८९ में पोरबंदर गुजरात में हुआ था | उन्होंने जिस तरह सत्य और अहिंसा का मार्ग अपनाकर भारत को स्वतंत्रता के मार्ग पर अग्रसर किया, वह अविस्मर्णीय है | राष्ट्रपिता महात्मा गाँधी के योगदान को याद करते हुए और अपने विद्यालय की छात्राओं को उनके बलिदान से अवगत करवाने के लिए गाँधी जी के जन्मदिवस पर कविता पाठ प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन ९ अक्टूबर २०१३ को किया गया, जिसका विषय था " महात्मा गाँधी "| इस प्रतियोगिता में प्री-स्कूल की छात्राओं ने गाँधी जी के जीवन और उनकी विचारधारा से सम्बंधित कविताओं का उच्चारण किया | गांधीजी की वेशभूषा धारण कर, हाथ में लाठी पकड़ और धोती में घड़ी लटका कर ऐसा प्रतीत होता था कि मानो गांधीजी स्वयं हमारे सामने खड़े हुए हैं| अपनी मधुर वाणी में कविता पाठ कर छात्राओं ने सबका मन मोह लिया| यह निस्संदेह सभी के लिए एक प्रेरणादायक क्षण था |

कविता पाठ प्रतियोगिता के परिणाम:
नाम कक्षा स्थान
अनन्या सिंह  स्नोड्रॉप प्रथम
वंशिका गुप्ता रेप्यूनजल द्वितीया
सुदिक्षा एरियल तृतीया

सांत्वना पुरस्कार:
भव्या स्नोड्रॉप
शिवानी प्रताप ऐनजिलीना
अदिति स्नोवाइट

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