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30.04.15: PRE-SCHOOL - PRE-PRIMARY TALENT HUNT COMPETITION

“Use what talents you possess, the woods be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best.”


QVS believes in giving each child opportunity to explore one’s capabilities and interest at a very early stage and thus every year provides a platform like the Talent Hunt Competition for pre-school and pre-primary children.It not only helps the participating students to show their abilities but also motivates other students, to come up front and show their hidden potential. These activities help them to create self-discipline, maintain stage consciousness and also inculcate qualities of self-expression by exploring their ingrained flair and forte. QVS organized the Talent Hunt Competition from 27thApril, 2015 to 30thApril, 2015.The princesses got the opportunity to showcase their talent in dance, singing, public speaking, colouring, clay moulding and Tearing /Pasting. The response was overwhelming and so was the enthralling performances of our tiny tots which left the judges speechless.The winners are:

RESULT OF PRE-SCHOOL :
CATEGORY NAME OF THE STUDENT SECTION POSITION
CATEGORY NAME OF THE STUDENT SECTION POSITION
PUBLIC
SPEAKING
ANUSHA SRIVASTAVA
ISHIKA
SACHI KALRA
ARIEL
RAPUNZEL
SNOWDROP
I
II
III
VOCAL MUSIC SHAURYA
SOUMYA
RADHA
PARIDHI
ARNI ANISHA
SRIJAIN
ARIEL
SNOWWHITE
SNOWDROP
SNOWWHITE
ANGELINA
RAPUNZEL
I
II
II
III
III
III
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC AMORINA ANGELINA APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
DANCE HRITOJA
KANIKA
SANGEETA
BHAVYA JAISWAL
DHRITI
ANVESHA
ANGELINA
ARIEL
RAPUNZEL
SNOWDROP
ANGELINA
SNOWWHITE
I
II
II
III
APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
COLOURING
ANUSHKA DEY
ARCHISHA RAGESH
JHANVI
SNOWWHITE
RAPUNZEL
ARIEL
I
II
III
TEARING AND PASTING MAITHALI JOSHI SNOWDROP I

RESULT OF PRE-PRIMARY :
CATEGORY NAME OF THE STUDENT SECTION POSITION
PUBLIC
SPEAKING
DHRITI
SHREYA RAAJ
SANNIDHI
ISHIKA JULKA
SHEZA NAVED
MERMAIDIA
GOLDILOCKS
ELINA
ALICE
GOLDILOCKS
I
II
III
APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
VOCAL MUSIC TRISHA VASHISTHA
AVANI
AKSHITI BHARDWAJ
ANANYA.A.NAYAK
PRATHISHA SRIVASTAVA
DRISHTI
DIVYANSHI
DEVYANA
ALICE
CINDERELLA
GOLDILOCKS
ALICE
ALICE
MERMAIDIA
CINDERELLA
ELINA
I
II
II
III
III
III
APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
MUSIC INSTRUMENTAL DIVA BHOJWANI GOLDILOCKS APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
DANCE PRISHA
AMEYA
SANA PARVEEN
DEBANGSHI
ADHYA
NAVIKA
ANANYA CHATTERJEE
SHRADHA
LAVANYA
JASMINE
MERMAIDIA
ALICE
JASMINE
JASMINE
JASMINE
GOLDILOCKS
ALICE
MERMAIDIA
I
I
I
II
II
III
III
APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE
POEM-RECITATION ISHA
AASHI YADAV
PALAK
BHUMI
PRATISHTHA
MERMAIDIA
GOLDILOCKS
MERMAIDIA
MERMAIDIA
I
I
II
II
COLOURING
VAIBHAVI
AAYUSHI
ASHWIKA H.
MERMAIDIA
CINDERELLA
ALICE
I
II
III
TEARING AND PASTING SHAMBHAVI
KANIKA
DIVYANSHI JAIN
CINDERELLA
ELINA
CINDERELLA
I
II
III
CLAY MOULDING KHAYANA ALICE APPRECIABLE PERFORMANCE






29.04.15 English Poem Recitation

"Poetry is the music of the soul, it is a deal of joy, pain and wonder".

As we all know, poetry is meant for enjoyment. The children love to express their thoughts, feelings, rhyme and rhythm through music of words. Taking all these facts in consideration Q.V.S. organized a Poem Recitation Competition for the Queens of classes I and II on 29th April, 2015.

The queens got an opportunity to exhibit their talent. They recited their poems with a lot of zeal and excitement. The poems reflected their confidence and the expression of thoughts. The performances were appreciated and applauded by the audience and the judges. The children enjoyed the competition.

The winners of the English Poem Recitation Competition are:

CLASS - I
POSITION NAME SECTION
I Anweshaa Bhardwaj Orchid
I Vanshika Gupta Lily
II Rhythm Luthra Lily
III Harshika Aggarwal Daisy
III Surbhi Yadav Marigold

CLASS - II
POSITION NAME SECTION
I Siona Vatsayan Gooseberry
I Paawani Gupta Mulberry
I Diya Kapoor Mulberry
II Aanya Kashyap Raspberry
II Arshita  Thakur Huckleberry
III Navya Tiwari Cherryberry






29.04.15: CLASS VII Inter Class Music Competition ‐The Soul of all the continents (Group Singing)

Music is believed to be the soul of life. It is the conduit to attain a spiritual connect 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.

With the commencement of the new session, the school was enriched with the fervour of novelty and curiosity. In the same spirit, an inter‐section group singing competition was held for class VII in the school in the month of April. The students took part with great zest and performed to the best of their abilities. It was based on their choice of continents of the world namely Europe, Asia, America, Africa and Australia. Each section of class‐VII chose a continent and prepared a song native to it. It was supplemented by colourful costumes and props. It also gave a learning experience beyond the national walls.This competition was taken up as an activity under the action plan of British Council for ISA 2015.

The songs were well rehearsed and left a melodious impression on the audience. The students who struck the sweetest cord (winners) are as follows‐

NAME CLASS CONTINENT & COUNTRY REPRESENTED
AYUSHI DWIVEDI
AYUSHI GAHLOT
BHUMIKA SHARMA
DEVYANSHI BHARTI
ESHITA
HARSHITA YADAV
KHUSHI RAINA
KHUSHI VATS
KHUSHI YADAV
PRERNA KUMARI
PRIYANKA SHARMA
SANYA SOLANKI
SHIVANGI GUPTA
SHRADHA SIWACH
TANISHKA KHANDELWAL
VII A ASIA (NEPAL)
ADITI PANDEY
ANJANI KHANDELWAL
BHAWNA DABAS
DHIMAHI DOSHI
DRISHTI ROY
KARISHMA
KHUSHI KHAN
MEHAK YADAV
PAWNI KASHIVE
PRIYANSHI UDAR
SANDHYA
SHEFALI SINGH
SOUMYA SINGH
TANU
YASHIKA MEHTA
YUKTA
VII B EUROPE (PORTUGAL)
AANYA DAFTUAR
AARTI KHANDELWAL
ADITI
AISHWARYA SHARMA
AMEESHA KALER
ASHWARYA JHA
BHAVYA SAXENA
KHUSHI BHARDWAJ
KHUSHI YADAV
KHUSHI PRIYADARSHNI
MUSKAN M
NIKITA DALAL
RADHIKA
RADHIKA SAXENA
RICHA NEGI
RIDA
RISHIKA PANDEY
SAMANGKITA PAUDEL
SNEHA SINGH
VASHVI
VII E AUSTRALIA (AUSTRALIA)







28.04.15: CLASS VIII INTER CLASS THEATRE SKILLS COMPETITION

“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. It is a sophisticated expression of basic human need -one might call it an instinct - to mimic, to project stories onto ourselves and others, and to create meaning through narrative and metaphor. This form of art has been used since ancient times to educate as well as entertain people. It requires team work, presence of mind, good co-ordination and timing.

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. Students should be able to relate not only to the textbook but also to the world around them. We also believe that a child who is exposed to theatre is open to different ways of doing and being. Keeping this in view, Queen’s Valley School organized ‘Expressions- Theatrical SkillsCompetition’ for Class VIIIon 28th April’ 15. The theme provided to the students was ‘I am the Saviour of My Heritage’. The students were expected to dramatize the topic through a small skit.

The students participated in groups of six to ten members. The Queens communicatedwith the audience through combinations of gesture, speech, music and dance. Elements of stagecraft were used to enhance physicality, presence and immediacy of the experience. Confidence in each other helped them in presenting their act well. The audience cheered them for their witty dialogues and gestures. The competition also encouraged the studentstodo away with their inhibitions thus, giving them an outlet to express a wide range of emotions.

The winners:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ANINDANI RAWAT
ARCHNA
JIYA ADHIKARI
PRERNA SINGH
SHAGUN
SIMRAN YADAV
TAMANNA MOHAPATRA
VANI
VIII D FIRST POSITION
INDRANI SINGH 
RIYA GHOSH
SAMPURNA  GHOSH        
SHUBHANGI
VIII C SECOND POSITION
ADITI SINGH
AISHWA PATNAIK
ANJU  BALHARA     
DIKSHA MISHRA
GAZAL THAPAR      
JANHVI SHOKEEN
LAKSHITA SOLANKI     
PRERNA   
RIYA RANA   
SANSKRETTI JHA              
UPASANA YADAV           
VIII A THIRD POSITION






27.04.15: Class X Raas‐Rang (Sufi & Bhajan) or Harmonix – (Western Song Singing)

The school environment was filled with excitement as the students set foot into the new academic session on 6th April, 2015. April, at Queen’s Valley School, is observed as the ‘Melody and Rhythm’ month. To make it even more pleasurable, the school organized a solo vocal music competition for class X on 27th April, 2015. The theme was Raas Rang(Sufi and Bhajan) or Harmonix (Western singing).

Where words leave off, music begins. And when music is blended with devotion, it becomes divine. This competition did not only create such an environment, it also provided the students a platform to showcase their talent, which our queens did with immense confidence and enthusiasm. The programme started with the singing of a beautiful song ‘Bhare Naina’ followed by a Sufi song ‘Teri Diwani’ by Kailash Kher and many other mesmerising numbers.

Students participating in western singing were equally enthusiastic. They made the environment melodious and upbeat by singing beautiful songs like ‘Unfaithful’ by Rihanna and ‘A Thousand Years’ by Christina Perri.

The commitment and talent of the participants impressed everyone.

The Winners:
NAME CLASS POSITION
HARKAVAL KAUR X B FIRST POSITION
AKANKSHA JIYA
ANOUSHKA MANN
X B SECOND POSITION
ANUSHKA SIROHI
GUNJAN KAKKAR
X C
X D
THIRD POSITION







24.04.15: Class V Inter Class Boogie Woogie (Solo Dance Competition)

When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It’s to enjoy each step along the way.
- Wayne Dyer

Dance not only expresses emotions but relaxes mind and tones body muscles. It is a great form of exercise. It also improves self‐ confidence. With the aim of honing dancing skills of our queens, Q.V.S organized ‘Boogie Woogie DanceCompetition’ for the students of Class V on 24 April 2015.

Our queens participated enthusiastically. Their energetic performances set the stage on fire.The queens captivated the audience with their mesmerizing performances in beautiful costumes and props.The participants also motivated and inspired the audience to participate in such activities in the near future.

The competition was a success. Our queens participated with full zeal. The event not only gave them a chance to showcase their skills but also acted as a confidence booster for them. The effort of our queens was highly appreciated.

The winners:
NAME CLASS POSITION
S DIYA NAIR V C FIRST POSITION
ANIMA V B SECOND POSITION
JAPNEET KAUR V D SECOND POSITION
PRAGYA SHARMA V B THIRD POSITION
TINISHA DIXIT V B THIRD POSITION
SRISHTI VERMA V B THIRD POSITION






23.04.2015 : CLASS IV, Bachpan (Solo Singing ‐Children Songs Competition)

Music speaks what cannot be expressed, Soothes the mind and gives it rest, Heals the heart and makes it a whole, From heaven to the soul.

Music is a universal language.It is found everywhere. We can find it in the smallest things of life, be it our heartbeat, the sound of the mysterious wind, the chirping of the birds. The world would be a very quiet place without it. Music is in many ways the fabric of our lives and the definition of society. Music is a direct reflection of the picture of society. Music can be a way to deliver messages, a poetic medium, a fine art, or nothing more than a source of entertainment. No matter what it is used for, music is the perfect art and our lives would be that much less complete without it. Music is the perfect art. It assists us to express ourselves better and it also helps the students to concentrate. Music has the undoubted power of restoring the mind to tranquility. It brings out the creativity in students and provides them the medium to express themselves better.

The value of music in education was also recognised by Rabindranath Tagore when he made Faculty of Music at Visva Bharati to make music an integral part of education. Hence, the value of music in an educational system has been acknowledged by alland students are given a basic training in the rudiments of music at the school stage. Keeping this in mind, the school organized an interclass solo singing competitionfor the queens of class 4 on 23rd April 2015. The students took part with great zest and performed to the best of their abilities. The audience witnessed an array of fascinating performances. The songs were well rehearsed and left a melodious impression on the audience. The students who struck the sweetest cord were

NAME CLASS POSITION
SANVI BAJPAI IV D FIRST POSITION
SHREYA IV D SECOND POSITION
YUVICA BHARGAVA IV C THIRD POSITION
DIYA JOSHI IV B THIRD POSITION






22.04.15 : CLASS XI‐XII INTER‐CLASS NRITYAANJALI AND ANHAD‐NAAD COMPETITION

If art is to nourish the roots of our culture, society must set the artist free to follow his vision wherever it takes him.
- John F. Kennedy

The art of music and dance not onlyepitomises harmonizing sweetness arising out of beauty and power ofculture, but also meditation, attracting divine blessings, happiness and peace of mind.Using the body as a medium of communication, the expression of dance is perhaps the most intricate and developed, yet easily understood art form. The engagement with music is known to be a transcendental experience and makes complete sense in the context of life and thought.

The new academic session commenced on a refreshing note with the initiative of the performing arts department at QVS to induct the students of class XI‐XII into the aesthetic realm by organizing Inter Class Nrityaanjali(Solo Dance) and Anhad‐ Naad(Solo/ Group song) competition on the 22nd April 2015.To counterbalance academic stress and tobring forth the multifaceted personality of students, such an endeavourproved to be extremely valuable and constructive.

The flair, vitality and poise with which students presented a variety of dance forms including semi classical, free style, cotemporary and hip‐ hop was truly commendable. The second half of the event witnessed delicate synchronisations between instrumental and vocal music as the singing stars enthralled the audience with their solo and group song performances. All performances were imbued with sensitivity towards the nuances of the respective art forms.The performers enthralled the audience with their impeccable technique, buoyancy of spirit, fluidity of expression, spontaneity of manner and confident stage presence.The competition gathered steam and became all the more interesting as students started using the occasion to showcase their talent at innovating dance forms and composing music, thus, reminding one ofLeonardo da Vinci’s famous quote: Learning never exhausts the mind.

Not only was it an entertaining experience but also a deeply connecting and memorable one for the students in the audience as well, as they got a chance to cheer for and motivate their peers, help the teachers in event management, maintain discipline and ensure smooth functioning of all the aspects related to it.While the dance performances were assessed on the basis of technique employed, expression, confidence and stage presence; the parameters for judging the singers included voice quality, expression, confidence and sense of balance.

The winners: Nrityanjali (Solo Dance)

NAME CLASS POSITION
BHUMIKA SARASWATI XII A FIRST POSITION
ISHA SINGH XI D SECOND POSITION
VANSHI GULIA
SUNALI DEMBLA
XI A
XI C
THIRD
POSITION


Anhad‐ Naad (Solo/ Group song)
NAME CATEGORY CLASS POSITION
HEMA GEORGINA BISWAS SOLO XI A FIRST POSITION
KHUSHBU
ROMA
TARANNUM KHAN
GROUP XI A
XI A
XI A
SECOND POSITION
ANUKRITI PAL
MALLIKA MALIK
PRIYANJALI PRATAP SINGH
R DEEPIKA
TUSHITA SINHA
GROUP XII B THIRD POSITION







22.04.15 & 27.04.15: Inter House Basketball Match

Sports is an essential part of the curriculum which inculcates sportsmanship, discipline and team spirit in students. Keeping this in mind, Queen’s Valley organised Inter Class Basketball Prelims for the students of classes VI – VIII on 22nd April 2015 and for classes IX – XII on 27th April 2015 and was met with great enthusiasm by the whole school.

Its objective was to develop in the student a sporting spirit, a venue to display their physical prowess and gain hands on experience for future.

The day was scheduled to begin at 8 am where the students gathered in the basketball court. All required arrangements were made and the students participated with great fervour. During the two days of the prelims, the basketball court at Queen’s Valley was packed with spectatorsand it was a nail biting sports bonanza which kept the audience hooked to their seats. The players played at their best.

The final basketball match was held on 28th April. The students enthusiastically displayed fair play which wasa wonderful experience.

The winners for classes VI‐VIII: PEACE HOUSE
NAME CLASS POSITION
MONIKA GODARA VI A FIRST POSITION
DISHA SOLANKI VI B
HARSHITA ARORA VI C
SNEHA GODARA VI D
MIMANGSHA K BHUYAN VI E
HARSHITA YADAV VII A
RASHI SOLANKI VII A
TEJIKA GODARA VII D
DIVYANSHI VII E
RIYA RANA VIII A
DEEPA YADAV VIII C
GARIMA GULERIA VIII C

The winners for classes IX‐XII: TRUTH HOUSE
NAME CLASS POSITION
DIMPLE SHOKEEN IX C FIRST POSITION
NANCY GULIA IX C
SRISHTI YADAV IX C
HIMANSHI RANA IX C
VANSHA SAREEN X C
BHUMIKA NIMKAR X D
SHAILY X D
PARUL JANGHU XI A
ROMA XI A
PRAGATI YADAV XI B
HEMA SHARMA XI C







21.04.15: Inter House Kabaddi Match

Sports and games are the means of enhancing a child’s mental and physical growth. Sports help them in character building and provides them energy and strength. A healthy diet and an active lifestyle will bring good results in a child’s lifestyle, minds and bodies. When students are physically fit, they will achieve more academically as well. Sports develop a sense of friendliness among the children and develop their team spirit. They help children to develop mental and physical toughness.

Kabaddiis a contact sport that originated in ancient India. It is a team sport, which requires both skill and power, and combines the characteristics of wrestling and rugby. It was originally meant to develop self defense, in addition to responses to attack, and reflexes of counter attack by individuals, groups or teams.

So, to imbibe these values in the students, QVS organized an Inter House Kabaddi competition for its queens. The preliminary round for the same took place for classes VI to VIII on 15th of April, 2015and for classes IX to XII on 16th of April, 2015. The matches were conducted between Courage house and Truth house and, between Peace house and Integrity house. Each team had 7 students as their team members.

The students showed utmost strength, verve, discipline and remarkable team spirit. Their performance stimulated the atmosphere and turned it absolutely exhilarating. The students of all the teams were vying for the accolade of being the Kabaddi Champions. The spectators witnessed a nerve‐racking competition between the qualified houses in the final match.

The results for the kabaddi finals held on the 21st of April 2013 are:

The winner: Peace House
NAME CLASS POSITION
SHWETA VI B First Position
DRISHTI ROY VII B
SHEFALI SINGH VII B
VISHAKHA JANGHU VII B
ESHPARSI GUPTA VII D
SNEHA BHATT VII D
TEJIKA GODARA VII D
MUSKAN VII E
SAMANGKITA PAUDEL VII E
RIYA RANA VIII A
KANIKA SAINI VIII D
RIYA RAI VIII D






21.04.15: CLASS III INTER‐CLASS PAPPIAZO PARADE

“Cartoons, as an art form, have a unique ability to combine both with visual art and written ideas.”
-Robert Bonham

The Cultural Hall of Queen’s Valley School was filled with the sound of applause and laughter when a fancy dress competition‐ Pappiazo Parade was organized for the queens of class III on 2015. It seemed as if Disneyland had come to the school when we saw young queens dressed like Noddy, Mickey Mouse, Sponge Bob, Jerry, Popeye, Superman, Chhota Bheem, Doremon, Shizuka etc.

Cartoons are an integral part of everyone’s childhood. They are associated with humour and fun. Important messages or values can be easily understood when it comes from characters that children love. They act as effective communicators. The queens also entertained the audience by making them laugh at their antics and simultaneously gave a motivational message which was appreciated by all.

The motive behind this competition was not only to refresh everybody but also to give a chance to the students to work on their personality development skills. The queens were given a boost of confidence when they acted out their roles and were applauded for the same. The competition was a huge success and all our young artists gave a tough time to the judges.

The Winners:
Name Class Position
HARGUN KAUR DHINGRA III E FIRST POSITION
RISHIMA KHARE III E SECOND POSITION
TRIYA KUMAR III D
SRISTI G. KAUNDAL III D THIRD POSITION






20.04.15 : INTER CLASS FUSION, INDIAN VS INTERNATIONAL DANCE

Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts, because it is not mere translation or abstraction from life; it is life itself.
- Havelock Ellis

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. By finding the commonalities between various dance styles, or creating new movements, dancers can actively adapt and improvise their dance style to music of all influences, thus effectively enabling a cross fertilisation of Indian and Western dance forms.

In keeping with its aim of promoting inclusive education and inculcating the spirit of healthy living and multifaceted cultural understanding in the students, Queen's Valley School organized Inter class Fusion: Indian VS International Dance for the students of class IX on 20 April, 2015. The students employed highly sophisticated musical, choreographic and dramatic techniques from classical and contemporary Indian dance forms as well as borrowed unique dance moves from the Western civilisation. 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. The use of folklore to represent the changing times and the role of dance in strengthening the cultural diversity of the nation, as well as connecting all indigenous peoples of the world was appreciated by all.

The event helped to develop respect for ancient Indian dance forms in students, as well as helped them to understand the importance of the hybridisation process in dancing which allows unity and diversity to coexist. They were judged on the basis of technique, style, innovation, costumes, appropriate blending of Indian and Western elements and economy of expressions.

The result is as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
JAHNAVI MATHUR IX A FIRST POSITION
SHRUTI RAJPUT IX C SECOND POSITION
ANANYA GAUR
VANYA JOSHI
IX B
IX D
THIRD POSITION






20.04.15: CLASS VI‐B SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD HERITAGE DAY

The idea of creating an international movement for protecting heritage emerged after World War I. The 1972Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage developed from the merging of two separate movements: the first focusing on the preservation of cultural sites and the other dealing with the conservation of nature.

As quoted on UNESCO’s World Heritage site, we can work together to “encourage international cooperation in the conservation of our world’s cultural and natural heritage” to preserve our world for ourselves and future generations.

The idea of protecting world heritage of universal value for generations to come will only succeed if this imperative becomes ingrained in the public consciousness. This is why it is vital to make the public aware, particularly young people, of their existence and importance. Keeping this in mind, Class VI – B conducted a special assembly on 20‐4‐15 on the topic ‘WORLD HERITAGE DAY’.

The assembly began with the school prayer conducted melodiously by the queens. After the prayer, the topic of the special assembly was introduced . Our queens showcased the importance of protecting the World Heritage through the medium of song, dance and theatre and magnificently demonstrated ways of remembering our past and preserving our culture.The involvement of the students in their different roles encapsulated the learning objective of the assembly.

The assembly fulfilled its purpose to mesmerize everyone out there as the audience At last, they took pledge to save our cultural heritage and everybody appreciated the efforts put by the class VI B A by giving a huge round of applause.






17.04.15: CLASS PRE NURSERY-PRE PRIMARY

FROM PAGE TO STAGE

Long before the human mind developed a script there were stories and songs ,songs that told stories. which were kept alive not in libraries but through a cycle of reciting,listening,memorizing and reciting anew. This long followed tradition has not lost its flavor and appeal as poetry recitation is an important skill in learning a language.

It is very important to expose young children to poetry recitation, because it helps build the foundation for learning to read as they are exposed to the sounds and rhythms of language in an enjoyable way. The act of simply standing before an audience and delivering a memorized work will help to develop proficiency in public speaking.

To further proficiency of the Queens in poetry recitation ‘From Page to Stage’ a rhyme recitation competition was organized for the princesses of Pre-Nursery,Pre-School and Pre-Primary on 16th and 17th April 2015 in the school.It was an opportunity for the princesses to show their oratory skills.The princesses recited rhymes with confidence and enthralled the audience with their performance. The winners are:

Results of Pre Nursery:
NAME SECTION POSITION
ISHANA THUMBELINA I
YASHIKA THUMBELINA II
Results of Pre School:
NAME SECTION POSITION
ANUSHA SRIVASTAVA ARIEL I
RUPASHI SNOWWHITE II
RUNISHKA GODARA SNOWWHITE II
HRITOJA ANGELINA III
AANIYA RAPUNZEL III

Appreciable Performance:
NAME SECTION
AVISHI TIWARI ANGELINA
BHAVYA SNOWWHITE
SACHI KALRA SNOWDROP

Results of Pre Primary:
NAME SECTION POSITION
PRISHA BHATIA JASMINE I
ANWESHA ALICE II
SHREYA GOLDILOCKS II
KAVYA ELINA III
AMOLI CINDERELLA III






17.04.15: CLASS III-XII INTER HOUSE JUDO COMPETITION

Sports are very important in everyone’s life as they give pleasure, health, discipline, happiness, self-control and sporting spirit. Sports can learn students’ physical co-ordination and social lessons about winning and losing.

The importance of sports in the life of a young student is invaluable and goes much further than the basic answer that "it keeps kids off the streets." It does in fact keep kids off the streets, but it also instills lessons that are essential in the life of a student athlete. Sports play a pivotal role in the makeup of a young athlete, especially in the middle school to high school years where student athletes are much more mature and mentally developed. Sports help them in learning values like discipline, responsibility, self confidence, sacrifice, and accountability.

Self defense plays an important part in a person’s life. Having access to the proper self-defense techniques can help men, women, and children boost their confidence in less-than-ideal situations. Though we tend to stray from trouble, strangers can be unpredictable. This significant knowledge can help us keep calm and use the proper teachings passed down to us during confrontational circumstances.

Queen’s Valley School organized a Judo Competition for the students of classes III-XII on the17th of April 2015. Its objective was to develop in the students a sporting spirit, a venue to display their physical prowess. The day was scheduled to begin at 8am where the students assembled in the hall. All required arrangements were made for the students with full fervour.

The competition kicked off after weights were taken. After the exciting start the various events lined up for the day quickly progressed and they enthusiastically displayed a fair play in a wonderful atmosphere.

During the day of the tournament, the judo hall at QVS was packed with a crowd in masses and the compactness of the preliminary rounds left the spectators amazed

The winners for classes III-V:
NAME WEIGHT CLASS POSITION
Ankita Yadav -25 kg IV B First Position
Mehak -30 kg V B First Position

The winners for classes VI-VIII:
NAME WEIGHT CLASS POSITION
Manini Singh -25 kg VI D First Position
Kanchana Bisht -30 kg VI A First Position
Disha Solanki -35 kg VI B First Position
Nandani Vats -40 kg VI E First Position
Muskaan Aggarwal -45 kg VI F First Position
Niharika Negi -45 kg VII D First Position
Nancy -50 kg VII B First Position
Bhawna Dabas Open VII B First Position
Prachi Open VIII A First Position

Winners for classes IX-XII:
NAME WEIGHT CLASS POSITION
Shubhangi Shukla -56 kg XII C First Position






17.04.15: CLASS VI RETRO DANCE COMPETITION (TIP TAP TOE)

“A great art is never a product of any one artist, but the temper of the folk and the times”.

Dance is the visual representation of the tradition, culture and music of the people. Varied dance forms are the reflection of the intermingling of devotion and art. Dance festivals and competitions have always been a platform to promote existing and novel talents and bring to the forefront the true form of this art. With the aim of honing the dancing skills, an Inter Class Retro Dance Competition “Tip-tap-toe”(Solo dance) was organized for class VI at Queen’s Valley School on 17th April, 2015. A retro style refers to new things that display characteristics of the past. It is mostly the recent past that retro seeks to recapitulate, focusing on the products, fashions and artistic styles. The word "retro" derives from the Latin prefix retro, meaning "backwards, or in past times"

All the participants came up with spectacular and mind-blowing performances and set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. Each performer had their own unique way in presenting the themes. They had come up with their own creative means in terms of costume, choreography and settings which were apt to the themes.

Participants provided a visual treat to the audience in solo dance performances.

The winners:
NAME CLASS POSITIONS
DIVYA KRITI MISHRA VI F FIRST POSITION
SAUMYAA GELANI VI C SECOND POSITION
CHINMAYEE SHARMA VI C
NITIGYA AYUSHI JHA VI A THIRD POSITION
MANYA SHRI VI C

It was a visual treat for everyone gathered.





07.04.15: FIRE DRILL WORKSHOP BY FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

“Man is the only creature that dares to light a fire and live with it. The reason? Because he alone has learned to put it out.”

A fire drill is a method of practicing the evacuation of a building in the event of emergency. Usually, the emergency system (the fire alarm/smoke detector) sounds and the building is evacuated as though a real fire has occurred. Generally, the time it takes to evacuate is measured to ensure that it occurs within a reasonable length of time, and problems with the emergency system or evacuation procedures are identified to be remedied.

The purpose of fire drill workshops in schools is that everyone in the building is aware of how to get out of the building in the quickest and safest way possible if a fire were to occur.

A mock fire and evacuation drill involving students and fire fighters was conducted at Queen’s Valley School on Tuesday to create awareness among the student community of fire fighting techniques and the ways to respond swiftly in times of such emergency situation.

A group of fire fighters and a Fire Officer, armed with necessary equipment required for fire fighting and rescue operations positioned themselves outside the school to guide and assist the students in the mock fire and evacuation drill.The fire fighters explained and demonstrated different methods being followed by them to rescue and evacuate people caught in such emergency situation besides explaining the ways to operate the fire extinguishers safely.

The fire officer shared the Fire and Rescue Services Department had been conducting awareness campaigns on fire fighting techniques and rescue operations in various schools during the Fire Safety Week that is observed in April.
 


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