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27.09.14 - Art Education in CCE

The famous sculptor Magdalena Abakanowicz once said "Art does not solve problems, but makes us aware of their existence," Art education, on the other hand, does solve problems. Those who have studied learning processes throughout the ages, beginning with Plato, have emphasized the importance of the arts in the education process. Art education refers to education in the disciplines of music, dance, theatre, and visual arts.

Continuous and comprehensive evaluation or CCE, the new education system introduced by CBSE, aims at evaluating every aspect of a child during his presence at school. The aim is to reduce the workload on students and to improve the overall skill and ability of the student by means of evaluation of other activities. Grades are awarded to students based on work experience skills, dexterity, innovation, steadiness, teamwork, public speaking, behaviour, etc. to evaluate and present an overall measure of the student's ability. Keeping this objective in mind, the CCE system has incorporated Art Education as a compulsory tool for the holistic development of a child and to help enhance his imaginative creativity and build up artistic skills.

Teachers are potent factors in Education. It is imperative that teachers acquire the totality of the information and qualities of education through instructions and training which maximize the development of an individual physically, mentally and morally.

Keeping this goal in mind, the teachers of Queen's Valley school attended a workshop on 27th September, 2014 on the importance of Art Education and its contribution in a child’s overall development. The resource persons Ms. Aradhna and Ms. Chandeep Marwah, talked about the importance of discovering a child’s personality and how Art Education cannot be forced upon and will only benefit a child if channelized in a proper way.

Ms. Aradhna and Ms Chandeep believe that art helps children understand other subjects much more clearly- from math and science, to language arts and geography. It nurtures inventiveness as it engages children in a process that aids in the development of self-esteem, self-discipline, cooperation, and self-motivation.

All the teachers were thoroughly involved in the workshop. They were asked for their personal opinions regarding the need of Art Education in CCE. Most of the teachers believe that it breaks the monotony of regular academic classroom and helps the child to explore creativity to novel tangents. Some also held the opinion that art means values and one cannot touch art with touching values. Also, participating in art activities helps children to gain the tools necessary for understanding human experience, adapting to and respecting others' ways of working and thinking, developing creative problem-solving skills, and communicating thoughts and ideas in a variety of ways.

It was an interactive session which was rendered even more enjoying with various individual and group activities. On a whole, the workshop was a productive one and served as an effective platform for self-expression.





23.09.14: Class IV-V Rendezvous with Famous Kings and Personalities of the world

The world has witnessed many great kings and personalities of the world, who have earned great name for themselves in the books of history for the great deeds they have performed.

It is always an overwhelming experience to read about their lives, experiences and to know what makes them special and great. Their experiences and lives inspire and motivate us to succeed in our lives.

The queens of QVS painted the canvas with varied hues by not only showcasing the aura of different kings and personalities but also by reiterating the famous quotes from their lives. The ambience of the school hall echoed the elegance and persona of famous kings like Akbar, Genghis Khan, Joseph II, Alexander, Napoleon and Queens like Queen Elizabeth I, Zenolia of Syria, Catherine the great. Students also quoted the words of famous personalities like Mother Teresa, Sir Donald Bradman, Christopher Columbus, Adolf Hitler, Abraham Lincoln and Pablo Picasso.

The Students of classes IV and V presented a skit ‘Rendezvous with famous Rings and personalities of the world’ which was taken under the action plan of British Council for ISA 2014.The script was tailored by the girls of classes IV and V, wherein they talked about the famous/great works done by these famous personalities and how they inspire us and always prove to be a guiding force.

Student of class IV mesmerized the audience with their graceful and spectacular theme based dance performance.

The event reached its zenith when the girls quoted the thoughts and philosophies of these great kings, queens and personalities. The life which they instilled in the characters and also the nuances they picked left everyone spell bound. Apt costumes added colour to the presentation and the entire event.

This mass presentation was also followed by the preparation of scrap books based on the life and great achievement of these great personalities. A case study was taken up by every student so that they are able to relate to the philosophies of these personalities in relevance with the contemporary world.











हिन्दी दिवस (16.9.2014 - 22.9.2014)

हिन्दी दिवस के उपलक्ष में क्वींस वैली के प्रांगण में कक्षा प्री स्कूल और प्री प्राईमरी की छात्राओं के लिए हिन्दी सुलेख, हास्य कविता और दृश्य सामाग्री द्वारा अभिव्यक्ति प्रतियोगिताओं का आयोजन किया गया | हिन्दी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य में आयोजित इन प्रतियोगिताओं के माध्यम से छात्राओं के सर्वांगीण विकास की अवधारणा पर विशेष बल दिया जाता है| प्रत्येक सदन की छात्राओं ने अपनी बुद्धिमत्ता व कुशाग्रता का परिचय देते हुए प्रतियोगिता को सफलता के चर्मोत्कर्ष तक पहुँचाया|

हर प्रतियोगिता में इन नन्ही बालिकाओं ने उत्साह के साथ भाग लिया और अपनी योग्यता का प्रदर्शन दिया | सभी छात्राओँ का योगदान सराहनीय है| सभी प्रतियागिताओं के नतीजे इस प्रकार है:

दृश्य सामाग्री द्वारा अभिव्यक्ति:
नाम स्थान कक्षा
धृति गम्भीर प्रथम ऐजलिना
ऐमया प्रथम ऐजलिना
के शिरीन द्वितीय सनोड्रोप
देबांशी द्वितीय सनोड्रोप
अक्षिति तृतीय सारह
ऐशानी तृतीय सारह
प्रिशा सांत्वना पुरस्कार सनोड्रोप
ध्रुविका सांत्वना पुरस्कार सनोवाइट
संनिधि सांत्वना पुरस्कार एरियल
रुबी  सांत्वना पुरस्कार
रेपुंजल

हिन्दी सुलेख
नाम स्थान कक्षा 
सौम्या प्रथम जैसमिन
प्राची द्वितीय गोलडिलोक्स
अशलेशा तृतीय ऐलिस

हास्य कविता
नाम स्थान कक्षा
अदिती प्रथम मरमेडिया
रीत द्वितीय ऐलिना
रिधम तृतीय ऐलिस
सीरत तृतीय सिंड्रेला
वंशिका तृतीय ऐलिस
सानवी सांत्वना पुरस्कार गोलडिलोक्स
सुदीक्षा सांत्वना पुरस्कार जैसमिन






22.09.14 - CLASS IV “स्वराष्ट्र महिमा” (गीत कविता) प्रतियोगिता

“खा अन्न और जल तेरा माँ, ये अंग सकल हैं बड़े हुए|
तेरी ही वायु से माता, ये साँस है अब तक अड़े हुए||
ॠण तेरा है मुझ पर भारी, उसको हम आज चुका देंगे,
जीवन की भेंट चढा देंगे|”

राष्ट्र से प्रेम होना सहज स्वाभाविक है| राष्ट्रप्रेम की भावना इतनी उदात्त और व्यापक है कि राष्ट्रप्रेमी समय आने पर प्राणों की बलि देकर भी अपने राष्ट्र की रक्षा करता है| भारत एक प्राचीन राष्ट्र है| यह विश्व सभ्यता का जनक है| विश्व का प्राचीनतम ग्रंथ वेद भी इसी देश की धरती पर रचे गए है तथा विश्व की प्राचीनतम भाषा संस्कृत भी इसी देश की देन है| अपने ऐसे महान देश के प्रति प्रेम की भावना को हर व्यक्ति अपने ‍अपने तरीकों से प्रकट करता है| कोई समाज सेवा करता है, कोई नई खोजें करता है, तो कोई देशवासियों में इस भावना को जगाने वाले गीत और कविता की रचना करता है| ये देशभक्ति गीत महान भारत और शहीदों के बलिदानों का महत्त्व फिर से जगाते हैं और राष्ट्रप्रेम की भावना संचार कर राष्ट्रीय एकता का सूत्रपात करते हैं|

इसी राष्ट्रीय एकता में अपना योगदान देने के लिए और भावी पीढी में देशप्रेम की भावना जगाने के लिए "क्वींस वैली विद्यालय" के प्रांगण में ‘हिंदी सप्ताह’ के अंतर्गत “स्वराष्ट्र महिमा” (गीत कविता) प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया| जिसमें कक्षा चौथी की छात्राओं ने बढ-चढ कर भाग लिया और पूरे जोश एवं देशप्रेम की भावना के साथ स्वराष्ट्र महिमा गीत और कविता का गायन किया|

प्रथम अणिमा गँगेले IV F
द्वितीय अपूर्वा सिहँ
सृष्टि वर्मा
IV B
IV F  
तृतीय  शीरीन शर्मा
सिया त्रिपाठी
IV A
IV C






18.09.14 - CLASS XII D SPECIAL ASSEMBLY

THE INVISIBLE MAN

THE INVISIBLE MAN -by H.G Wells opens when a stranger arrives in the town of Iping. The stranger does not get along with the people at all, and does not mix with the people of the inn where he takes a room. The villagers accuse him of having committed a robbery, which he actually has. He also engages in some scientific activities in his room. He snaps at the people who accuse him of the robbery and takes off all his clothes. This is where he reveals that he is invisible. After getting invisible he starts misusing his power by hurting people and damaging their property. He becomes unstoppable being invisible but at the end the invisible man is caught and killed.

Class XII D students found the idea of enacting a play on a Sci Fi novel "THE INVISIBLE MAN" challenging and engaging. On Thursday, 18th September 2014, a play was enacted by Class XII D students based on the novel of H.G Wells' "THE INVISIBLE MAN" . Students took pain to ensure that play entertains the audience as well as keeps the essence of the novel intact. They displayed the paradox of scientific innovation and intellectual transgression with conviction and theatrical perfection. To maximize the effects, computer presentation, different musical instruments to make the sounds more real and appropriate costumes, props were used. But above all it was the effort of the students which was admired by the audience. The play was the right mixture of content and presentation, which held the audience spellbound.

The experience not only gave the students an insight of the various aspects of the characters but also helped them to understand the complete story thoroughly. So at the end ,the message was displayed by them that,

“What are the SCIENCES,
But maps of UNIVERSAL LAWS.
But the channels of UNIVERSAL POWER,
But the outgoing of SUPREME UNIVERSAL MIND






15.09.14 कक्षा: पाँचवी हिन्दी दिवस

गतिविधि "पुरानी कहानी नया आवरण"

हिन्दी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य में हमारा विद्यालय क्वींस वैली स्कूल प्रत्येक वर्ष हिन्दी सप्ताह मनाता है जिसके अर्न्तगत प्रथम कक्षा से लेकर बारहवी कक्षा तक की छात्राएँ विभिन्न गतिविधियों में भाग लेती है और अपने विद्यालय का गौरव बढ़ाती हैं|

इसी श्रखंला के अर्न्तगत कक्षा पाँचवी की छात्राओं के लिए एक प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन १५-९ -१४ को किया गया|जिसका नाम था "पुरानी कहानी नया आवरण" इस गतिविधि के अर्न्तगत छात्राओं को पुरानी कहानी को नया रुप देकर प्रस्तुत करना था| प्रथम चरण में छात्राओं ने बढ़-चढ़ कर भाग लिया| उन्होनें अपनी कल्पनाशीलता का प्रयोग कर पुरानी कहानियों को आज के आधुनिक रुप में ढ़ाला| ध्यान देने की बात यह है कि किसी कहानी का नैतिक मूल्य नही बदला| नई कहानी भी शिक्षा व ज्ञान का भण्डार थी|

पाँचवी कक्षा के प्रत्येक विभाग में से तीन - तीन छात्राओं का चयन किया गया और निर्णायक चरण का आयोजन किया गया| सबको सुनने के बाद निर्णायक मंडल का निर्णय इस प्रकार था:

स्थान नाम कक्षा
प्रथम नैना सहरावत
लावण्या
VF
VB
द्वितीय प्रतिष्ठा
मानिनी
VD
VF
तृतीय भोर
ध्रुवी नारंग
VC
VE






17.09.14 - CLASS XII C SPECIAL ASSEMBLY THE INVISIBLE MAN

This year class 12 performed their special assembly on the topic The Invisible Man which is a novel in their syllabus. The Invisible Man is a novel which reflects a fascination with the possibilities of science written by H.G. Wells. H.G Wells is considered one of the pioneers of science fiction. The novel works as a commentary on the dark side of science and seems to urge society to bring about a balancing effect.

The Invisible Man of the book Griffin finds that after painstakingly discovering a way to change the body's refractive index of air and thereby becoming invisible, he is unable to undo the process. Stuck in the body that will never show, Wells explores the possibilities of a person who is not bound within the view of society.

The students took this opportunity to prepare for this assembly with great enthusiasm. They came up with great ideas and presented the novel in the form of a movie. All the main scenes and themes were included and were presented effectively on stage. The whole class worked like a team and successfully put up a great show on the final day which was appreciated by all.

The students’ team work and hard work was appreciated by the audience. The special assembly also helped them in understanding the novel better. Now the scenes, the characters, themes and plot are clearer to them. It was a good way to make them understand the text.






16.09.14 - CLASS XII - B SPECIAL ASSEMBLY

“The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it."
- Neil deGrasse Tyson

The Invisible Man is a science fiction novel by H.G wells published in 1897. Originally serialized in Pearson's Weekly in 1897, it was published as a novel the same year. The Invisible Man of the title is Griffin, a scientist who has devoted himself to research into optics and invents a way to change a body's refractive index to that of air so that it absorbs and reflects no light and thus becomes invisible. He successfully carries out this procedure on himself, but fails in his attempt to reverse the procedure.

On September 16, students of Class XII – B presented a special assembly based on the sci-fi novel “THE INVISIBLE MAN”. The themes of the novel like Science and Humanity, Good Science and Bad science were brought out beautifully through the presentation of a mime by the students. Musically endeavored, the play gave a basic gist of the plot focusing on the character development through effective use of props and dialogue delivery.

All students participated in the assembly and displayed exemplary qualities like team work, passion and dedication. The script was written by the students and everybody took part enthusiastically to make it a success. The students displayed the paradox of scientific innovation and intellectual transgression with conviction and theatrical perfection. The entire event acted as an eye-opener to the crowd, and helped everyone to understand the intricacies of the novel. It was much appreciated by everyone. The activity helped the students to discover their creative potential and at the same time, made them explore the themes inherent in the novel. The play was finally concluded with a message of the importance of the constructive dimension of science as central to development.






15.09.14 - CLASS XII-A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY THE INVISIBLE MAN

First published in 1897, H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man has given birth to innumerable literary imitations, film adaptations, and even a couple of television series, thus becoming a kind of modern myth. In Wells' hands, the story of Griffin, the University College student who finds a way to make himself invisible, becomes a parable of the dangerous power of modern science. Driven to his experiments by a fierce ambition in the first place, Griffin grows increasingly megalomaniacal once he becomes invisible.

On Monday, 15th September 2014, students of class XII A enacted the awe- inspiring portrayal of this man who isolates himself from his fellows to pursue an ambitious project and in the process loses his humanity, unleashing forces he can neither truly understand nor control.

The very concept of a special assembly based on the long reading text in class XII English syllabus had come as a pleasant surprise to the students. It, eventually, became an opportunity for the students to minutely read the text in advance and conduct extensive research on various aspects of the novel as part of the preparations for the performance.The novel was enacted within the bracket of a reading extravaganza wherein, it was said, that the novelist H. G. Wells himself was going to appear and narrate the story to the audience.

In a bid to ensure maximum engagement the audience, the students had prepared a computer presentation for the backdrop, made use of light and darkness, produced sound effects, employed elaborate props and paid great attention to costumes. The students had prepared an interesting script replete with crucial twists and developments in the plot and acted in the most impressive manner. The performance was interspersed with a discussion of various themes which emerge in the novel through the presentation of various scenes. The enthusiastic dramatization and impeccable dialogue delivery was appreciated by all and left the audience mesmerized.






09.09.14 - हिन्दी दिवस “मुहावरों की अन्ताक्षरी”

प्रत्येक वर्ष हमारे विद्याळय में हिन्दी दिवस के सुअवसर पर विभिन्न प्रतियोगिताओं का आयोजन किया जाता है| इस सत्र भी हिन्दी दिवस के उपलक्ष में “मुहावरों की लुक्का –छिप्पी” “रुपी अंताक्षरी प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया| कक्षा छठी की सभी छात्राओं ने हर्षोल्लास के साथ प्रतियोगिता में भाग लिया| हिन्दी दिवस के उपलक्ष में आयोजित प्रतियोगिताओं के माध्यम से सर्वांगीण विकास की अवधारणा पर विशेष बल दिया गया| मुहावरों की लुक्का- छिप्पी रुपी अंताक्षरी के माध्यम से व्याकरण के विषय “मुहावरे” को सरस, रुचिकर व ज्ञानार्जन का सशक्त माध्यम बनाया गया|

प्रत्येक सदन की छात्राओं ने अपनी बुद्धिमत्ता व कुशाग्रता का परिचय देते हुए प्रतियोगिता को सफलता के चर्मोत्कर्ष तक पहुँचाया| मुहावरों की अंताक्षरी पुराने परिवेश को नवीन आवरण में ढालने के समान रहा | प्रस्तुत विषय में नवीनता, अर्थगर्भिता व सटीकता के दर्शन हुए | छात्राओं ने प्रस्तुत नवीन विषयवस्तु का पूर्ण लाभ उठाया व ज्ञानार्जन किया | छात्राओं ने अपने विवेक और ज्ञान का पूरा लाभ उठाते हुए प्रत्येक प्रश्न का उत्तर पूरे उत्साह के साथ दिया | प्रत्येक सही उत्तर देने पर करतालों की ध्वनि से सभा गूँज उठी | श्रोताओं की भूमिका भी प्रशंसनीय रही | प्रतियोगियों का मनोबल बढाने हेतु उन्होंने भी अतुलनीय योगदान दिया| गेयता का भाव उत्पन्न होने पर मुहावरों की गीतमाला- सी बन गयी | छात्राओं ने गीतों की अन्ताक्षरी के समान ही मुहावरों की अन्ताक्षरी को अत्यन्त पसंद किया व अपना पूरा सहयोग दिया | प्रतियोगिता के अन्तिम चरण में सभी प्रतियोगियों ने अपने ज्ञान का भण्डार न्यौछावर करते हुए प्रतियोगिता को सफलता के शिखर तक पहुँचाया | इसी के साथ मुहावरों की अन्ताक्षरी ने हिन्दी दिवस को नया आयाम व नूतन दिशा प्रदान की |

प्रतियोगिता का परिणाम इस प्रकार रहा:
क्रम संख्या नाम कक्षा
1. ऋत्विका नंदी ,भव्या सक्सेना, आकांक्षा गोदारा, दिव्यांशी छठी ‘ई’
2. आयुषी द्विवेदी भूमिका, खुशी रायना, नित्या सिंह      व मान्या नेगी, शरेय्यु, गुरप्रीत कौर, वीनिता छठी ‘अ
छठी ‘स’’
3. सन्ध्या यादव, वंशिका शर्मा, युक्ता, महक यादव छठी ‘ब’






08.09.14 - CLASS VI-VIII Inter House Badminton Match

Sportsmanship -“It’s what makes a good athlete great”

Badminton is a highly physical and competitive sport. Players need strength, stamina and sheer determination to overcome challenges and strong opponents. During training sessions, students are trained for badminton techniques. They are constantly put through intensive drills to improve themselves. They also undergo various training regimes and workshops to build up their physical and mental strength.

Riding on its star shuttlers, Queen’s Valley School, Dwarka organized an Inter-house Badminton Match which was held on 8th September at the school’s premises. The Championship began with an invigorating fervor to select the badminton players of the four houses (Courage, Integrity, Peace and Truth).

A beaming crowd of students were seen in an action packed badminton court. QVS believes that its girls have great potential when it comes to sports and the school has played a significant role in promoting sports.

The five days of exciting action culminated when the final match was played between Peace and Integrity House girls. The competition was long and challenging. Peace House was declared as the proud winner of the championship and their hard work paid off in the end.

The winners are as follows:
Name Class Position
Sonia Dabas 8A I
Taranpreet Kaur 8C II

Congratulations and also a job well done to all other teams. We have all played hard and enjoyed this competition thoroughly.





08.09.14- SPECIAL ASSEMBLY REPORT WORLD LITERACY DAY

Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which the learner acquires knowledge, skills, and habits through teaching, training, or research. But why is it important to learn new things? Why is it essential to broaden our horizons? What is the importance of education? The answer to these questions lies within all of us. It is necessary that we try to proactively search the answers of all these questions and lead an enlightened life.

On 8th September 2014, class VI- C presented a special assembly on the topic ‘World Literacy Day’. The students answered all the above questions and highlighted the importance of education. They also explained the difference between being just a literate versus being educated. Students also spread the social message of eradicating child labor from society.

The students began the school asembly by reciting the school prayer which was followed by the English, Hindi, Sanskrit and French thoughts. English news, GK facts and jokes also comprised a part of the assembly. Thereafter, the students dramatized a short skit on the day’s theme wherein they enacted various roles and laid stress on how education provides us with knowledge about the world. How it paves the way for a good career, helps build character, leads to enlightenment, lays the foundation of a stronger nation and makes a man complete. They also enacted the grave truth of child labor in our society through a dance performance on the famous song ‘Taare zameen par’. The Queens laid special stress on how everyone can help removing this evil from our society. At the climax of the skit, the grandparents are successful in explaining the need of education to their children, after which the children became happy and gave another excellent dance performance on the song ‘School Chale Hum’, which truly captured the spirit of this message. Queens ended their assembly with a dance performance on the English song ‘Hall of Fame’ which spread the message that everyone can achieve their dreams by getting good education and feature on the Hall of Fame. It was a commendable performance by the young queens and an enriching experience for the audience. The special assembly ended with the National Anthem.






05.09.14 - CLASS VII कबीर की कुटिया

“धीरे धीरे रे मना ,धीरे सब कुछ होय | माली सींचेसौ घडा, ऋतु आए फल होय| “

“कबीर दास” भारत की भक्ति काव्य परंपरा के महानतन कवि थे | वे एक संत कवि एवं समाज सुथारक थे| भारत में धर्म, भाषा या संस्कृति की चर्चा बिना कबीर के अधूरी है| इसी को आधार बनाते हुए हिंदी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य में क्वींस वैली विद्यालय में “कबीर की कुटिया” प्रतियोगिता आयोजित की गई | इस प्रतियोगिता में कक्षा सातवीं की छात्राओं द्वारा कबीर के दोहे स्मरण किए गए | सर्वप्रथम संत कबीर के विषय में मुख्य जानकारी दी गई | जैसे हिंदी साहित्य में संत कबीर का अद्वितीय स्थान, उनका जन्म ,मृत्यु आदि के विषय में जानकारी, कतिपय विद्वानों द्वारा विभिन्न मत आदि |

इस प्रतियोगिता में कुछ छात्राओं ने कबीर के दोहे गायन के रूप में भी प्रस्तुत किए | छात्राओं ने अत्यधिक उत्साह के साथ इस प्रतियोगिता में भाग लिया | इस प्रतियोगिता में मनोरंजन के साथ -साथ अन्य छात्राओं को जानकारी एवं प्रोत्साहन मिला|
नाम कक्षा स्थान
संस्कृति झा सप्तमी - अ प्रथम
देवांगी शुक्ला सप्तमी - ड द्वितीय
अर्चना सप्तमी - ड तृतीय
भव्या पोखरियाल सप्तमी  - अ तृतीय






05.09.14 - Teacher’s Day Celebrations

‘At the beginning I was only a little mass of possibilities. It was my teacher who unfolded and developed them’.

Helen Keller(‘The Story of My Life’)

It is a teacher’s genius and her loving tact which makes the education of a child so beautiful. A teacher seizes the right moment to impart knowledge and makes it pleasant and appealing for the child. She not just takes a child to the classroom but makes her enjoy and dance through the dull routine of books. Teachers’ Day is a much awaited day on which both teachers and students get an opportunity to celebrate this ubiquitous yet unique relationship.

The birthday of the second President of India, academician and philosopher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, September 5 was celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm by both teachers and students at Queen’s Valley School. The usual activities and classes were replaced by activities of celebration, thanksgiving, mementos and remembrance. The students of class XII took the responsibility of teaching the primary classes in order to express their gratitude towards their teachers.

As part of the QVS tradition, the students of class XI organised a cultural programme for the teachers. The event began with the lamp lighting ceremony. The revered Principal lit the lamp of knowledge and learning, and commenced the programme with her wise and thought provoking words. She stressed on the unarguably important role played by teachers in the creation of responsible citizens in today’s world. The performances included an aesthetic revelry of music and dance performances which exemplified the subject in an impressive manner. A humorous skit based on the theme of role reversal was also presented in order to create a heteroglossia of teachers’ and students’ experiences on stage. The festivities were aimed at inspiring the students to respect and admire the unconditional efforts put in by their teachers on a daily basis. The eyes of the audience were glued to the stage as they rejoiced in the wide range of performances succeeding one another.

After the programme, the school prepared itself for the much awaited speech of the honorable Prime Minister. As the Prime Minister interacted with school children across the country and focused on the importance of saving the girl child and building toilets across the country amongst other equally significant issues, the students listened mesmerized and enthralled. After a day of fun and frolic, they took home the message of the importance of teachers as indispensable for nation building.






04.09.14 - Class VII C Special Assembly - NACHIKETA

The Upanishads form the core of Indian philosophy. They are an amazing collection of writings from the original oral transmissions. It is here that we find all the fundamental teachings that are central to Hinduism.

Students of class VII-C, through their special assembly got an opportunity to learn about Katha Upanishad. The students presented the assembly on the topic ‘Nachiketa’. The story of Nachiketa is one of the three stories mentioned in Katha Upanishad.

Nachiketa is one of the most influential characters in Hindu Mythology. He inspires us to be kind to all creatures, to respect one’s elders, to be strong willed to do something one has decided, even in the face of difficulties and obstacles and to seek for eternal happiness.

The assembly started with the school prayer sung by the entire class, followed by English, Hindi and French thoughts. Students also presented facts on Hindu Mythology. Students presented a skit based on the story of Nachiketa.

Students also presented a semi classical and western dance on the song ‘Climb’. All the students participated enthusiastically. It was a learning experience for the students where they got to know about our rich Hindu Mythology.

The efforts put in by the students were well appreciated by the audience.






03.09.14 - प्राचीन भारत नवीन इंडिया

हो गई है पीर पर्वत सी पिघलनी चाहिए,
इस हिमालय से कोई गंगा निकलनी चाहिए|
सिर्फ हंगामा खड़ा करना मेरा मकसद नहीं,
कुछ भी हो, ये सूरत बदलनी चाहिए|

आदि मानव से सभ्य मानव तक की यात्रा बहुत लम्बी है| यहाँ तक पहुँचने के लिए मनुष्य ने ना जाने कितने प्रयास किए हैं| निस्संदेह उसने इस कार्य में आशातीत सफलता प्राप्त की है| किन्तु आज उसके समक्ष अनेक चुनौतियों के साथ अनेक विचारणीय प्रश्न भी हैं|इन्हीं मे से एक है प्राचीन भारत नवीन इंडिया | हिन्दी पखवारे का आयोजन हो , विद्यालयी गतिविधियां हों और इतने गम्भीर विषय पर चर्चा ना हो ऐसा हो नहीँ सकता| इसी विषय को ध्यान में रखते हुए क्वीन्स वैली स्कूल की कक्षा नवीं की छात्राओं ने वाद‍ विवाद प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया| इस वाद- विवाद को रोचक बनाने हेतु छात्राओं ने खानपान, वेशभूषा, शिक्षापद्धति, पारिवारिक पारिस्थितियाँ, रीतिरिवाज, भारतीय पर्व, राष्ट्रीय पर्व आदि बिन्दुओं को उपविषय के रूप में लिया|

इस प्रतियोगिता के परिणाम निम्नलिखित हैं:
प्रतिभागियों के नाम कक्षा एवं वर्ग स्थान
इशिता राणा
आमिरा 
नवीं ब प्रथम
देवाशीं
शिवानी
नवीं ब द्वितीय
योगिता
युक्ता
नवीं अ तृतीय
भारती
आशिमा
नवीं अ तृतीय

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