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29.04.2014 – Class XA Special Assembly

“We're reaching the point where the Earth will have to end the burden we've placed on her, if we don't lift the burden ourselves.”

Nations are striving for development and along the way, human activities are causing many disasters. One such disaster is a landslide.

On 29th April 2014, class X-A presented a special assembly on the topic ‘Landslides’. The students started with the school prayer followed by English and Hindi thoughts, G.K. facts, joke and English news. Thereafter, the students presented a play depicting the destruction caused by the Uttarakhand landslide in 2013. The plight of Mother Nature was effectively brought out by girls who portrayed the characters of nature, its mountains and its forests. Human factors behind landslides – deforestation, mining and quarrying activities on mountains, incessant construction, etc – were brought out through the play.

A dance on the song ‘Maula mere le le meri jaan’ added soul to the play. The play ended by bringing out the different natural causes of landslides – volcanic eruption, earthquake, rapid snowmelt and stiffness of slopes -and the entire gathering of students pledging to protect nature. The students gave a thematic ending to the assembly by dancing on a song ‘Hold my Hand’. Their performance was applauded and appreciated by all. In the end, the National Anthem was sung by all.





29.04.2014 – Inter Class Singing Competition
Music is believed to be the soul of life. It is the conduit to attain a spiritual connects with the Almighty. In addition to its spiritual benefits, it also caters to the intellectual and physical expansion in a human. In the contemporary scenario it has proved itself to have a therapeutic effect too. 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. On the commencement of the new session, the school was enriched with the fervour of spring and sought the blessings of Maa Saraswati who is also known as the goddess of all learning and even music. For the same, interclass solo and group singing competitions were held at various levels in the school in the month of April. The students took part with great zest and performed to the best of their abilities. The songs were well rehearsed and left a melodious impression on the audience. The students who struck the sweetest cord were as follows-

CLASS - IV : STUTI – INTERCLASS SOLO SINGING BHAJAN COMPETITION (16th APRIL 2014)

Name Class Position
Anima Gangele IV-F I
Gauri Sanvi IV-A
Anshita Khanduja IV-C II
Divsheen Kaur IV-E
Ishita Yadav IV-F III


CLASS VII : INTERCLASS BLEND INDO-WESTERN GROUP & SOLO SONG COMPETITION (25th April 2014)
Name Class Position
Simranjeet Kaur Mann
Garima Guleria
VII-C I
Tarushi Tewari
Prerna Singh
Simran Yadav
Devangi Shukla
VII-D II
Jahnavi Sangoiya VII-B III
Vidushi Sharma VII-B III
Anusha Tomar
Sampurna Ghosh
VII-C IV


CLASS X: SWARANGAN- INTERCLASS SOLO SINGING COMPETITION (17th April 2014)
Name Class Position
Hema Biswas X-B I
Paluq Jhingan X-A II
Sonali Dembla X-B III
Roopal X-A III


CLASS XI: INTER CLASS SOLO AND GROUP SINGING COMPETITION (29th April 2014)
Name Class Position
Charul Mehndiratta XI D I
R. Deepika XI B II
Muskaan Solanki
Tushita Verma
Mahima Sharma XI A III
Bhumika Saraswati
Sugandhita Chauhan XI D III





24.04.2014 – CLASS VII A

Special Assembly
TOPIC: SHIVAJI

Faith must lie beneath the journey you are about to embark on. Walk with courage, breathe with determination and let your will propel forward. Brave whatever may arise and challenge it till it falls. ‐ Kiplimo Chemirmir / Kenyan Warrior At Queen’s Valley, we believe in nurturing our Queens in various aspects and for that a class assembly was organised to inculcate qualities like courage, patriotism etc in our Queens. Class VII A showcased their talent on the topic – Shivaji. The content of the assembly was both relevant and appropriate to the theme.

The involvement of the students in their different roles encapsulated the learning objective of the assembly. Queens were looking magnificent in their beautiful attires showcasing Maratha tradition. Assembly covered all the aspects of the great Shivaji’s life from birth to childhood to the great escape from the house arrest of Aurangzeb to his coronation as the Maratha lord. The audience was mesmerised when students performed on the stage.

The assembly fulfilled its purpose by stealing everyone’s heart. Apart from this the Queens also learned that one has to stand and fight for the right cause and against exploitation no matter how powerful the enemy is.

At the end everybody appreciated the efforts with a huge round of applause.





23.04.2014 – Talent Hunt Competition Pre Primary

“Your talent is God’s gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God”

In the era of globalization it has become imperative to go beyond the class room and give opportunities to our children to display their strengths and talents. QVS organized a Talent Hunt Competition for the students of Pre-Primary on 22nd and 23rd April 2014 to teach the students about ‘creative education’, to recognize the talents of its princesses and to make them ‘competent, confident and versatile’. The students came up with performances in the fields of song and dance, recitation, colouring, tearing and pasting, vocal and instrumental music and public speaking. The competition was held over a period of two days. Both the days saw a scintillating display of the prowess of the li’l queens. Their effort enthralled the audience as well as their teachers. They put their best foot forward and left a lasting impression on the minds of their teachers and gained appreciative applause from them.

The result is as follows:
CATEGORY NAME OF THE STUDENT SECTION POSITION
PUBLIC
SPEAKING
ANWESHAA BHARDWAJ
SAANVI BHADWAL
NEHAL SAHNI
PADMAKSHI
AFREEN
KASHVI JAIN
GOLDILOCKS
GOLDILOCKS
GOLDILOCKS
CINDERELLA
GOLDILOCKS
ELINA
I
II
II
II
III
III
VOCAL MUSIC ADITI YADAV
CHITRANSHI
MERMAIDIA
JASMINE
I
II
DANCE AVANTIKA
HARPREET
SPARSH
SHREYA BHATT
SIMRAN BAJAJ
SHRESHTHA
ALICE
CINDERELLA
MERMAIDIA
ELINA
GOLDILOCKS
MERMAIDIA
I
II
II
III
CONSOLATION
CONSOLATION
POEM-RECITATION RHYTHM  LUTHRA
AADYA UNIYAL
KOMAL
JIGISHA
SHINU
NAVYA BARI
ALICE
GOLDILOCKS
JASMINE
GOLDILOCKS
ELINA
ALICE
I
I
II
II
III
III
COLORING
COLOURING
STUTI
DRISHTI
AAROHI
CINDERELLA
ELINA
ALICE
I
II
III
TEARING AND PASTING SANVI VARTAK
VEDICA
SANVI NEGI
ALICE
ALICE
GOLDILOCKS
I
II
III







21.04.2014 – EXPRESSIONS-INTER CLASS THEATRE SKILSS COMPETITION
(Classes V and VIII)
“In the language of an actor, to know is to feel.”
- Konstantin Stanislavski

Theatre is a form of fine art that uses live performers and audiences to present a real or imagined event. This form of art has been used since ancient times to educate the people or for entertainment. It requires team work, presence of mind, good co-ordination and timing. The performers communicate through combinations of gesture, speech, music and dance. Elements of stagecraft are used to enhance physicality, presence and immediacy of the experience.

We at Queen’s Valley School believe in the overall development of our Queens. The emphasis is laid not only on curricular but on co-curricular activities as well. A pupil should be able to relate not only to the textbook but also to the world around us. The best way to show how well one can connect is through the dramatization of the social milieu. Keeping this in view, Queen’s Valley organised Expressions- Theatrical Skills for the classes V and VIII on 21st April’2014 and 28th April’2014 respectively. The themes provided to the students were from current issues like corruption, poverty and global warming. The students were expected to dramatize the issue selected through a small skit.

The students participated in groups of six to ten members. They were attired according to the roles they were performing and carried suitable props. The Queens presented their skits with great zeal and vigour. Confidence in each other helped them in presenting their act well. The audience cheered them for their witty dialogues and gestures. The competition encouraged the students to do away with their inhibitions and was a motivating experience for all.

The Winners:

Class V
Name Topic Class Position
Vanshika Shokeen Corruption V-F I
Vaishnavi Singh
Vanshika Dhuhna
Nishtha Yadav
Priyanshi Gupta
Prajna Gon
Naina Sehrawat
Shradha Srivastav Corruption V-D II
Manvi Chaudhary
Prajakta Sharma
Saumyaa Gelani
Narayani Pathak
Tamanna Hooda
Pratishtha Shukla
Vanshika Dalal Global Warming V-E II
Vaibhavi Yadav
Spreeha Garg
Tanisha Choudhary
Mehak Sharma
Suhita Sharma
Kashika Gahlot
Ananya
Nandita Sharma Poverty V-B III
Nitigya Ayushi
Ishita Sharma
Yashika Sharma
Pitambra Shrivastav
Rajashree Raj Shekhar
Subin Sandhu
Sristy Chatterjee Poverty V-C III
Divya
Muskaan Aggarwal
Ritika
Himanshi Sharma
Mansi Dagar


Class VIII
Name Topic Class position
Jahnavi Mathur Poverty VIII-C I
Punya Thakur
Simran Randiv
Monalika Chaudhary
Aiditi Bhathacharjee
Sakshi Kaushik Freedom Fighter VIII-C II
Ishika  Budhiraja
Ishika Aggarwal
Sanskriti Anand
Tranpreet Kaur
Swati Singh
Kavita Yadav
Yashi Yadav
Divya Singh
Pranjal Batra Poverty VIII-D III
Niharika Upadhyay
Ananya Gaur
Jaanavi Bakshi
Tanya Pokhriyal
Srishti Yadav
Tanvi Dhillon
Dimple Shokeen
Deepali Mehta
Ayushi Singh





21.04.2014 – Inter House Kabaddi

“Sports serve society by providing vivid examples of excellence”

The importance of sports in the life of a young student is invaluable and instills lessons that are essential in the life of a student. It plays a pivotal role in helping them learn values like discipline, responsibility, self-confidence, sacrifice and accountability.

To imbibe these values, QVS organized an Inter House Kabaddi match for its queens. Kabaddi is one of the most popular sports in India. It is regarded as a team contact sport. It is also a recreational form of combat training.

Students of classes VI to VIII participated in it. They showed utmost strength, vigour, discipline and tremendous team spirit. Their performance stimulated the atmosphere and turned it absolutely electrifying. The audience witnessed a nail biting competition between Peace House and Integrity House in the final round.

The winners are as follows:
Name Class Position House
Pushpita Bera VI-D I Peace House
Tejika Godara VI-D
Sieya Bhatiya VI-B
Harshita Yadav VI-A
Simran Yadav VII-D
Riya Rai VII-D
Bhawana Gupta VI-C
Sakshi Kaushik VIII-C
Deepshikha Yadav VIII-C



17.04.2014 – Inter House Judo Competition

“Winning at all costs is not the true judo, but this is the reality of excelling in tournaments.”

Queen’s Valley School not only emphasizes on academic excellence but equal weight age and importance is given to co-curricular and extracurricular activities, which are the prerequisites of overall personality development of an individual.

Inter-house competitions are held on a regular basis to promote among children healthy competition and self-discipline in their work, appearance and behaviour.

To ensure the same, an Inter house Judo competition was held on 9th April, 2014 in the sprawling lush green ground of the school. Judo meaning ‘gentle way’ is a modern combat sport that originated in Japan. Its most prominent feature is its competitive element, where the object is to throw one’s opponent to the ground, immobilize or otherwise subdue one’s opponent or force an opponent to submit by joint locking the elbow or applying a choke.

The excitement on the field and the enthusiastic participation by selected students made the event extremely successful.

The Results are as follows:

Classes: III-V
Name Class Weight Category House Position
Manini Singh V-F 25kg Courage I
Disha Solanki V-A 35kg Peace I

Classes: VI-VIII
Name Class Weight Category House Position
Prachi Sharma VII-A 45kg(Open) Courage I
Niharika Negi VI-D 42kg Integrity I
Esparshi Gupta VI-D 30kg Peace I

Classes: IX-XII
Name Class Weight Category House Position
Garima Godara XII A 45kg Peace I




15.04.2014 – Career Counselling Workshop

Cost Management Accountancy

Cost and Management Accountancy has, gained remarkable importance in the recent times. Cost and Management Accountants (CMA’S) are gradually being considered as the preferred source of resources and professionals for the financial leadership of enterprises globally.

Keeping the same view in mind, Queen’s Valley School conducted a workshop on the 15th of April, 2014, for its Commerce batch of classes XI and XII. The workshop was hosted by a representative of The Institute of Cost Accountants of India.

The main agenda of the workshop was to widen the horizons of the students and give them yet another choice as a career option. The workshop focused on the intricacies of Cost and Management Accountancy, right from the numerous career prospects. In addition, the students were given a detailed description about the fee structure, examination pattern and the scope of CMA. A clear distinction between various other profession options available to commerce students was also drawn.

The workshop was instrumental in aligning the focus of the students towards the same. While the students are still juggling between various career options, this workshop motivated the students to move in the right direction. It served as a dose of motivation and encouragement, which inspired the students to consider a new opportunity and accomplish greater heights in life.
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