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22.05.14: Report on US Trip

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”

A hopeful heart finds respite in seeking knowledge and longing eyes covet beautiful sights and so, together they enrich the soul. The journey of education at QVS discovered a new chapter, to be cherished for life. The idea of venturing to USA, right since the day of inception, had been an exciting affair among the students and the faculty. Once the thought was realized and the planning began, the process gained momentum to the highest levels. Each and every detail pertaining to the tour was accurately scrutinized and no stone was left unturned to ensure safety and security of the students.

After loads of preparations and checklists came the D‐day i.e. Friday, 9th of May 2014 and eventually we boarded our vehicle of wings ‐ an Emirates flight. The first stop of the journey was Dubai. It was just a transit stop over but the students got an opportunity to see for themselves a state of the art international airport. After an 18 hr journey we finally landed at our dream destination. The winding of the needles of our watches(according to USA time) was the first sign‐ YES! We are here.

We began with the city tour of Washington DC – the capital of USA. Visiting the city one could feel the political and administrative whiff in the air. The Capitol Building, Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther king Jr. Memorial and Lincoln Memorial were visited in the first phase whereas White House was visited in the second phase on the same day. The rain which joined us on our first day remained with us throughout the journey. Though it did not affect the morale of the students and could not play spoil sport at all.

The second day at Washington DC was dedicated to the Smithsonian Museum of Air and Space which has exhibits which trace the history of air and space travel. From the Wright Brothers to the escapades of Amelia Earhart the models were there for all to see and appreciate the human spirit and its tenacity. The next day heralded the best moments of the trip i.e. the Kennedy Space Center. The two days at NASA were informative, educative and full of fun too. The space shuttle experience, launch pads, lunch with an astronaut, 3D movie and the Angry Birds PlayStation collectively made it mesmerizing. The next two ventures were at the magical world of Disneyland and Universal Studios. These places spoke of nothing but sheer fun, amusement and spectacle for all age groups. The joy‐rides and mesmerizing ambience made our day. Another memorable part of the stay at Orlando was the interaction of the students of Queen’s Valley School and City Montessori School. The students got an opportunity to interact and learn about the students of USA at a personal level. The questions of both groups of students proved to the elders that children are the same everywhere – East or West.

No aspect of learning was ignored. Whether trying out different cuisines or visiting the Florida Mall and Walmart nothing was left untried. The Queen’s learnt about spending money judiciously and also about buying gifts for their near and dear ones. In the bargain shopping, shopping and lots of shopping were one of the most enjoyable features for all of us. Although weary, but our excitement level knew no bounds while visiting New York‐ the city that never sleeps. Amidst the lights, skyscrapers, crowd and commotion we came across an absolutely new experience at the Times Square which is truly a crossroad of all humanity. The major attraction for our queens was the chocolate world of Hershey’s. The students picked up their favourite flavours and shopped till they dropped. Also, the New York City tour that was in store enlightened us to a great extent. Reaching the 86th floor of the Empire State Building in less than a minute was an exhilarating experience which took us closer to the sky and one could feel the clouds against one’s face. The students were apprised with the history and the contemporary facts about the city. The most visible feature of USA – the statue of Liberty was on the itinerary on the 17th of May. A truly memorable visit began with the breathtaking sight of the New York and Manhattan sky lines from the ferry. The first stop was Ellis Island which was the first stop of all early immigrants to NYC. The Statue of Liberty could be seen from far as she stood tall and majestic welcoming tourists from all over the world.

The Rockefeller Museum was the next stop interspersed with the sights of the Central Park, the residences of the rich and famous and the Indian Consulate at NYC. The famous stores of which one had read were all there for one to see. Following this trip around the city was a sombre moment for the students as they paid a silent homage to the victims of 9/11 at Ground Zero. At the same spot they appreciated the spirit of the American people when they were shown the new World Trade Centre.

The evening ended with a visit to the famed Madame Tussauds wax museum. It was a great opportunity for the students to learn about different personalities from the world of politics, entertainment and sports. It was a great photo opportunity as well.

The next day followed a four hour road travel to Boston which introduced us to the serene, tranquil and lush green ambience of the city. It not only homes world’s most coveted educational hubs like MIT and Harvard but also proved successful in tempting us to relax in its lap for a much longer time. But owing to our scheduled itinerary, we could not give in. The rendezvous of the Queens with these renowned institutions filled them with zest and motivation to set higher goals and be there as its student one day. As all good things come to an end, so did the trip. On the final day the queens bid adieu to the wonderland of US and boarded their flight back home. The 12 days spent in the other part of the globe are of course a novel experience and a life time souvenir in our memories.

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13.05.14 - CLASS XI-XII


A Company Secretary has always been a desired post for many of the commerce students. It acts as a connecting link between the top management of an organization and its various stakeholders and government authorities.

For a better understanding of CS as a career option, Queen's Valley School conducted a counselling workshop on the 13th of May, 2014 for all the sections of classes XI and XII. A representative from The Institute of Company Secretaries of India hosted the same.

The main agenda of the workshop was to widen the horizons of the students and give an alternate career option. The representative made the students understand the importance of the course, the eligibility criteria, fee structure and the examination pattern of ICSI and concluded with answering the most popular question among students, "How much can I earn?” The workshop inspired the students to aim for the best, added yet another career option in their list of choices and served as dose of motivation and encouragement for them



Every country represents itself through symbols, thoughts and ideas which are a source of inspiration and pride for its citizens. In today’s globalised world it is imperative to enlighten our children about the world around them and teach them that a different world exists beyond the shores of our country.We need to inculcate a sense of responsibility for the values, culture,lifestyle,customs and traditions of others.

QVS organized a Fancy Dress Competition with the theme ‘Global Citizen’for the students of Pre-Primary on 9th and 10th May 2014.The aim of the competition was to learn about people who belong to different countries and are famous in their area of expertise.The children got the opportunity to dress up as a global personality. The response of the students was over whelming and appreciable.The princesses came dressed as global personalities ranging from Walt Disney, Malala, Obama, Charlie Chaplin, Steffi Graf etc.They shared their thoughts with pride and panache. Through this competition the princesses not only gained knowledge but also improved their oratory skills.

The best performers were as follows:


“Create your own visual style… let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others.”
- Orson Welles

The advent of the computer has proved to be a tremendous boon to humanity. Computers have made a massive difference to our everyday life as well as to various industries. It is as if snow has made a surface very bright through its falling. In the same way, computers have made an impact on every field. We, at Queen’s Valley School cherish this young talent and encourage them to explore their true potential by awakening their passions and cultivating their talents. It is imperative for us to prepare our queens to be informed, conscientious leaders in a technologically advanced society.

Logo is an easy educational programming language, designed in 1967. LOGO is one of the easiest computer language. The full form of LOGO is logo oriented graphics oriented. We can use LOGO to draw pictures and do calculations

The language is remembered mainly for its use of "turtle graphics", in which commands for movement and drawing produce line graphics either on screen or with a small robot called a "turtle".

To check the familiarity of our queens with LOGO an INTER-CLASS LOGOMANIA was organized. It was a pleasure to see the participants displaying great deal of confidence. A preliminary round was held in the computer lab and two students from each class were selected for the final round which was held in the computer lab

The winners are as follow:
Name Class Position
Laavanya V-B I
Rishika Bandyopadhyay V-F II
Ambika Singh V-B III


‘A work of art is the unique result of a unique temperament.’

We, at QVS, believe that art is a medium of self-expression which expands not only creativity but also child's ability to understand her environment in a better light. It also develops self-confidence of the child.

In today’s modern world, MS-Paint/Tux Paint has proved to serve all these aims of art and creativity. These are one of the best drawing software, equipped with lot of creative tools, funny animations and magical effects.

Keeping the importance of MS-Paint/Tux Paint in view, an inter-class ‘Design the World with Ms-Paint/Tux Paint’ was organized for queens of Class III on 08 May 2014.Our queens created different images of their choice.

The event was a success. Creativity of our queens knew no bounds. 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:
Navya Sharma III-B I
Arnika Solanki III-F II
Aliya Shoeb III-D III
Anvesha III-A



It is said that every individual is born with some natural ability. The prowess of elders in recognizing these abilities and thereafter harnessing them plays an important role in developing the young mind. For talents may do wonders for them if recognized and encouraged at the right time. QVS recognizes the importance of talent. We believe that it is important for children to do well in academics as well as in extra- curricular activities like painting, dancing, theatre, public speaking, music and many more. Hence a talent hunt was organized to explore and enhance their hidden talents. The princesses got the opportunity to showcase their talents in a plethora of fields like Painting, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Public Speaking, Dance ,Fancy Dress, Recitation etc.

It was a novel experience and the princesses performed extremely well in their chosen area. They were confident and performed with great panache on stage.

The best performers are
Be a Global Citizen
Siona Vatsayan I Dahlia
Advaita Vashistha I Dahlia
Janya Chand I Dahlia
Aanya Kumar I-Dahlia
Priyadarshini Jha I-Daffodil
Mahasri Gururani II Huckleberry
Rishidha Katna II Huckleberry

Music: Vocal and Instrumental
Guntaas Kaur II Cherryberry
Raajull Bhatnagar II Huckleberry
Arohi Sharma II Huckleberry
Alaya Farooqui II Mulberry
Asmi I Daisy

Public Speaking:
Bhavini Garg I Dahlia
Sweekriti I Orchid
Siona Vatsayan I Dahlia
Yashna I Lily
Paawani I Daisy
Srishti Koundal II Mulberry
Naina Dhingra II Strawberry

Poem Recitation:
Chanmeet Kaur I Tulip
Pal Bhatt I Orchid
Pratha Waldia I Tulip
Chaitra I Orchid
Snehal Samal I Marigold
Manchit Kaur II-Strawberry
Rayna Gandhi II-Blueberry
Triya Kumar II-Mulberry

Classical and Folk Dance:
Srishti Rajora I Dahlia
Aishwarya Shandilya I Lavender
Shreyasi Chandra I Lily
Priyasha Sutradhar II Huckleberry
Anjika Gupta II Blueberry
Asmi Basu Sarkar II Strawberry

Kritika Satija I Tulip
Arshita I Lily
Simran I Daffodil
Rahi Bhalerao I Marigold
Zenobia I Orchid
Chaitali Vats II Blueberry
Mahima Gill II Cherryberry
Riya II Huckleberry
Shaina Shresth IIRaspberry
Aayusi Vashistha II Mulberry
Palak Rao II Strawberry

Best out of waste:
Riddhima Yadav II Blueberry
Avishi Vashisht II Blueberry

08.05.14 Inauguration Paper Recycling Unit

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can”

QVS has always tried to sensitize its queens towards the environmental issues around us today. The school has always taken initiatives in managing waste produced by any means and has persistently ensured judicious use of paper. The school successfully installed Paper Recycling Unit within the school premises, as recycling paper conserves natural resources, saves energy, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and keeps landfill space free for other types of trash that can't be recycled.

Paper Recycling Unit was installed in the school on 09.05.14. The chief guests for the event were Dr. B.C Sabata, Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Environment, Government of NCT of Delhi and Mr. Sameer Gora, Deputy General Manager, Tara Machines. Dr. B.C Sabata inaugurated the unit. After the inauguration ceremony, the students of classes X and XI sang a beautiful song ‘The Earth Is My Home’. The students also presented ‘Dance Drama of Yaman Bhagwan’ to show their love and awareness about our cultural heritage. The performances were thoroughly enjoyed by the guests as well as the students.

A lot of tips were given to the students about how to manage waste materials and to get the maximum out of them. Students got to learn a lot about the importance of managing waste and how they as individuals can contribute to make our Earth a beautiful planet to live in.


I think it's fair to say that personal computers have become the most empowering tool we've ever created. They're tools of communication, they're tools of creativity, and they can be shaped by their user.

Microsoft word is a word processing software which makes typing letters, stories, reports etc an easier task. It not only types but also edits and formats the text in an effective manner. We can also give an exciting look to the text by using different colours, styles and effects.

To keep children abreast with knowledge of modern softwares and their use, An inter-class ‘Hertz-typing Skills’ competition was organized on 07 May 2014 for queens of class-IV. Our queens had to prepare a document using features and tools of MS-Word in the best possible way.

The event was a success. Our queens excelled in accuracy, speed and beautification of their document. The event not only gave them a chance to showcase their talent but also acted as a confidence booster for our queens. The hard work and creations of our queens were highly appreciated.

The winners are:
Sakshi Krishnamurthy IV-C I
Shubhi Srivastava IV-A II
Diya Ahlawat IV-D III

07.05.14: Inter- Class Code-a-Thon (XI-XII)

“Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort.”

Computer Softwares have their application or utility everywhere. We find their applications in almost every sphere of life–particularly in fields where computations are required to be done at a very fast speed and where data is so complicated that the human brain finds it difficult to cope up with it. Advent of computer software in the last few decades has brought a revolution in the in the fields of Corporate sector, Banks, Medical Science, Aeronautics, Robotics etc.

Encouraging our queens to embark on the road to being tech savy, QVS organized an Inter- Class “Code-a-Thon Competition” for classes XI to XII on 7th May, 2014. Such events are held to acquaint students with modern technology, which is present in all spheres of life. The purpose of programming is to find a sequence of instructions that will automate performing a specific task or solve a given problem. The process of programming thus often requires expertise in formulation of logic for problem solving

In order to inculcate the finest software techniques in our queens, the school organised a competition for class XI and XII which included Programming of C++ programs and SQL Databases. Students from Commerce and Humanities stream worked with SQL Queries and students from Science stream worked with C++ instructions.

They participated with great enthusiasm and the best coders are as follow:-

C++ (XI)
Name Class Position
Mahima Shokhanda XI-D I
Yashika Kalra XI-B II
Tushita Sinha
Avneet Kaur Batra

Name Class Position
Harshita Ghosh XI-A I
Indira Dasan XI-A II
Rageshwari Chundawat
Aakriti Yadav

Name Class Position
Princess Priya XII-B I
Nikita Singh XII-B II
Deepanshi Yadav XII-B III

Name Class Position
Nishtha Neekhar XII-C I
Srishti Arora XII-A II
Shivani Kochar XII-A III


“When you know better you do better.”
- Maya Angelou

Queen's Valley School organized an Inter-Class Multimedia Expressions Power Point Presentation competition for all the students of class VI on the 6th of May' 14. Multimedia refers to the content that uses a combination of different content forms. The students were supposed to include a combination of text, audio, still images, animation, video, or interactivity content forms.

The topic given to the students was “R4-The Greener alternative “. The relevance of the topic and the medium through which it was explored gave our queens a platform to display their multimedia skills which has become extensively important for creating effective presentation.

Students produced astonishing presentations on the given topic using a variety of options and presentation concepts. They were quite imaginative and creative and managed to captivate the judges with their skill.

The winners are:
Name Class & Section Position
Samridhi Setia
Ritwika Nandi
Varshita Rana VI C II
Dhimahi Doshi
Ipsha Singh


IT Stands for "Information Technology," refers to anything related to computing technology, such as networking, hardware, software, the Internet, or the people that work with these technologies. Information Technology plays an important part in the education industry today. Education is an important factor that reflects the personality of the individual person in our society.

Easy worldwide communication provides instant access to a vast array of data which means that learning becomes a truly lifelong activity - an activity in which the pace of technological change forces constant evaluation of the learning process itself. Through the use of Information Technologies, quality of education is enhanced.

QVS endeavours to make its students aware of the latest trends in information technology. An INTER – HOUSE TECHNOMINDS IT-QUIZ was organized with this aim in mind. A preliminary round was held in the class rooms and four students from each house were selected for the final round which had multiple rounds and was held in the Cultural Hall.

The winners are as follow:-
Name Class HOUSE Position
Aishwa Patnaik VII-A PEACE HOUSE I
Arushi Arora VII-B I
Garima Udar VII-C I
Priyanka Anil Kumar VII-D I

03.05.2014 – Installation of Paper Recycling Unit

A society is defined not only by what it creates, but by what it refuses to destroy.
- John Sawhil

Queen’s Valley School, an institution devoted wholeheartedly to the cause of preserving the health of the ailing planet, believes in sensitizing the students about the need to protect our environment. In order to ensure the successful implementation of this idea, the institution has taken a giant leap further in its enterprise of creating a zero-waste zone in its premises. Under the aegis of Dr B.C. Sabata, Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Environment, Government of NCT of Delhi, the school has been able to adopt one of the most innovative and effective practices to manage natural resources within the school’s premises: installation of Paper Recycling Unit.

This initiative is in continuation with the school’s persistent efforts to focus on the collection, transportation, processing or disposal, managing and monitoring of waste materials produced by human activities. The school’s association with the Green School Programme is yet another example of its relentless endeavour in the domain of environmental management. A few programmes have already been successfully undertaken to this effect- the solar panel installation for channelizing renewable resources; artificial nesting for attracting sparrows after it was declared the State bird by the Delhi Government; and the preparation of kitchen gardens.

The Paper Recycling Unit would serve to voice the school’s concern on the issue of sustainable development through its R4 Initiative– Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Re-leaf. The school’s efforts in ensuring judicious use of paper, which began with an insistence on effectively using the school website for displaying varied information has witnessed another revolutionary milestone in the form of the paper saving unit.

Apart from serving as a medium to channelize the vitality and enthusiasm of students through proper engagement in environment conservation activities, the successful utilization of the unit as a teaching-learning aid would initiate them to make optimum utilization of natural resources by making them partake cognitive and perceptive learning.

Report by:
Surbhi Nagpal

03.05.2014 – Inter Class Dance Competitions

‘Dancing in all its forms cannot be excluded from the curriculum of all noble education: dancing with the feet, with ideas, and with words….’
- Friedrich Nietzsche

Dance, in its quintessential form, is the expression of emotions, feelings and opinions through the graceful movements of the body. Dancing contributes immensely to the personal development of the child and thereby enhances all types of skills that are required for better education. Apart from being a form of exercise which ensures the smooth functioning of the vital organs of the body in a multidimensional way, dance functions as a symbol of one's culture, values, religion and identity. The various dance forms, thus together exhibit a co-existence of different cultures and nationalist identities.

At QVS it is believed that the goal of education can never be singularly academic. Co-scholastic activities play an indispensable role in exposing learners to the immense possibilities of innovation and creative expression, thereby enabling them to experience the diverse facets of life. In keeping with its aim of promoting inclusive education and inculcating the spirit of healthy living and multifaceted cultural understanding in the students, the school organised a variety of dance competitions pertaining to both Indian and international dance forms in the month of April. The events helped to introduce and expose the students to the culture, traditions and values that the varied dance forms represent. Performing on various dance forms ensured a balance between Indian and international dance styles, thus living true to the global principle of integrated living. The students participated in large numbers and at the same time, experienced the manifold health benefits of dance. They left the audience spell-bound with their flexible and graceful dance steps.

The events also helped the students to participate in cooperative and collaborative group endeavours. They were judged on the bases of innovation, bodily grace, costumes and expressions.

The winners:

Name Class Position
Paavni Mehta III E I
Ananya Dogra III F II
Aayushi Bisht III F
Diya Wadhwani III A III
Dishita Dhaiya III C

Name Class Position
Ayushi Dwivedi VI A I
Prerna Kumari VI A II
Lavanya Goswami VI D III

Name Class Position
Sanya Modi IX D I
Deepali IX B II
Ranjini De Majumdar IX B III


“A journey of a thousand sites begins with a single click”

In today’s fast paced life everyone wants everything on their fingertips. One of the comforts provided by computers to us today are “websites”. Web designing is an art that appeals the users with texts and graphics. Web design is also seen as a technological standpoint. It has become a large part of people’s everyday lives. It is hard to imagine the Internet without animated graphics, different styles of typography, background and music.

Technological innovations affect all aspects of our lives and the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow. So, it is imperative to best prepare them to be informed, conscientious leaders in a technologically advanced society. Organization of Web‐Page Designing Competition for the students of class IX was just another step in the same direction.

The Web‐Page Designing Competition aimed at making the queens of QVS adept and efficient in preparing appealing and enthralling web‐sites. It was an opportunity for them to manifest their web‐designing skills. It was a pleasure to see the participants displaying great deal of confidence. They showcased good designing skills and thorough understanding of the various aspects of web‐designing. It was laudable that the students at such a young age were able to compile and present information so effectively. The sites were judged on content, structure and navigation, visual design, animation, functionality, interactivity and overall impact.

The winners are as follow:-
Name Class Position

01.05.2014 – Class IX‐C Special Assembly on Floods

“There is no disaster that cannot become a blessing, and no blessing that cannot become a disaster.”

Over the ages, natural calamities have been teaching a lesson to the mankind about not crossing the limit of harnessing natural resources. Some disasters come with a warning whereas others do not. In such case we need to equip ourselves with the correct measures to avert damage. Flood is one such natural disaster which can be forecast but can’t be controlled. Therefore, timely action and prevention can help to control the harm.

Students of class IX‐C staged a class presentation on the topic‐‘Floods’ on 1st May 2014 wherein they endeavoured to give a message on how to avert damage caused by floods. The skit was based on the story of a boy‐ Vashu, who lived by the sea‐ shore in a village in Maharashtra. His village had been washed away by the flood resulting in the loss of his house, school and family too. He recalled how the villagers had ignored the warnings given by the meteorological department and had to face the fury of nature thereafter. Later it was shown that the villagers reconstructed their village with constant efforts. The acts were supported by colourful dance performances. The students, with the help of props, also highlighted the concept of developing Green Belt along the shores of river or sea which greatly helps in curbing the impact of sea waves lashing the nearby inhabitation. The students were clad in apt costumes and were in high spirits during the Special Assembly. The audience applauded the effort.

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