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23.12.15 : CLASS VI-D SPECIAL ASSEMBLY REPORT CHRISTMAS

Holy Sight, peaceful and bright
A Wonder Star, lend thy light
With the angels let us sing
It is the birthday of thy king.
Let’s dance and sing and make good cheer
For Christmas comes but once a year.

Joy and gaiety pervaded the atmosphere as we in Queen’s Valley celebrated Christmas with enthusiasm and fervor. A Special Assembly was presented by students of Class VI-D on 23 December, 2015.

The emphasis was laid on the real meaning of Christmas which lies not merely in celebration but more so in giving, sharing, forgiving and loving.

The play“Is It Really Christmas?” taught us the true spirit of Christmas. We always focus more on artificial gifts but fail to understand the value of real gifts that God has for us such as peace, forgiveness, love, etc.

The celebration began with the singing of hymns. The students gave an exemplary theatrical performance. With a smile on their faces, joy in their hearts and a twinkle in their eyes, children narrated the story of the birth of Jesus Christ, thus spreading the message of love, joy and peace. Carols and cheer highlighted the true spirit of Christmas bringing in pleasant surprises and joyful moments to cherish always!





18.12.15 : CLASS III-AB Special Assembly Report

“Everyone is a genius but the real geniuses simply have their bright ideas closer together”.

At Queen’s Valley, we believe that the school assembly is one of the most essential facets of a school's curriculum. It nurtures the development of intrapersonal skills and inculcates the qualities like devotion, dedication, team work in them. Moreover, it makes children confident and helps them to conquer their stage fear. It also helps to develop the spiritual, moral, social and cultural aspects of the curriculum.

A Special Class Assembly of class III-A and III- B was organised on Friday, 18 December 2015 on the theme – “Moral Stories – Tenali Raman”. The topic taken was “Tenali Rama and 50 Gold Coins”.

Tenali Rama was born in a village called Tenali, in the kingdom of Vijaynagar. His original name was Ramakrishnan, but he had taken his name from the village to which he belonged. Tenali Ramakrishna did not receive any formal education during his childhood, but became a great scholar, due to his thirst for knowledge.

He was the court poet of Krishnadeva Raya, a great king who ruled over the Vijaynagar Empire in the sixteenth century. Tenali Rama was famous for his wit and Getting an advantage in a seemingly impossible situation and making his challengers look silly was a usual occurrence in Tenali’s tales. These tales motivate and inspire children’s wit and develops presence of mind.

The assembly began with the English thought followed by Hindi thought, G.K facts, Current Affairsand laughter-time jokes. The play comprised of dance performances. The assembly was enjoyed by the audience. It came to an end with a dance performance of our Queens on the song “Tune Abhi Jana Nahi” representing the wit and wisdom of Tenali.

The involvement of the students in their different roles encapsulated the learning objective of the assembly. Our queens looked beautiful in their eye catching costumes. The assembly proved a good way to showcase their talent. The sense of accomplishment was evident in each one of them as they mesmerized the audience with their speech and expression. Their performance was felicitated through a big round of applause by the audience.

The special assembly proved to be a great success and left a smile on everyone’s face.





14.12.15: SPECIAL ASSEMBLY, NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY CLASS: VI-F

‘Small acts when multiplied by millions of people
can transform the World.’

One such small act is to ‘CONSERVE ENERGY’ to build a foundation of ‘ENERGY INDEPENDENCE’. Conserving energy defines a state of harmony between men and nature. It also holds that ‘Energy Conserved is a way to Life Preserved’.

Students of Class VI-F presented a special assembly pledged “Go Green …Motto of …Every Queen” on ‘National Energy Conservation day’ which is observed every year on 14th December. Through this assembly, they endeavoured to give a message on how a small act of ‘Going Green’ and ‘Conserving Power’ is the best way to design our future.

The students presented a skit depicting the importance of the energy sources in everyone’s life. The act was supported by dance performances. The students also conveyed the message of ‘SAVE ENERGY FOR A BRIGHTER TOMORROW’ to save the planet. They reiterated that it’s the duty of every person to stop Energy Dysfunction. With this message the special assembly came to an end. The performance was applauded and appreciated by all.

“Go Green”
…Motto of…
“Every Queen”






11.12.15 : CLASS IV-C & D SPECIAL ASSEMBLY REPORT

“WHATEVER HAPPENS… HAPPENS FOR THE BEST”
“WHATEVER WE DO WE SHOULD GIVE OUR 100%”

At Queen’s Valley, we believe that the school assembly is one of the most essential aspects of a school's curriculum. It powerfully nurtures the development of intrapersonal intelligence. It demonstrates the value of each individual pupil including their individual thoughts and abilities and provides each child with an opportunity to share the stage and gain confidence.

A Special Assembly of class IV-C and IV-D was organised on 11thDecember 2015 on the theme – ‘AMAR CHITRA KATHA’ on the topic‘AKBAR AND BIRBAL.’The aim of the assembly was to assure the students and make the students understand that sometimes in life, we face painful and unfair situations, but in retrospect, we realise that without overcoming those obstacles we would have never realized our potential, strength or will power. Everything happens for a reason. Nothing happens by chance or by means of good luck.

The students of IV-C and IV-D were dressed according to their roles. The students began the day by reciting the school prayer which was followed by the English, Hindi 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 enactedvarious roles. The special assembly ended with the National Anthem.

The Queens delivered their dialogues with great poise and perfection. It was a well conducted assembly and the Queens gave the message that laughter and humour lightens the mind.The assembly proved a good way to showcase their talent. The queens looked beautiful in their eye catching costumes. Each one of them enjoyed their role. As the students came together to dance, they were appreciated by the audience. Their performance was felicitated through a big round of applause by the audience.

The special assembly proved to be a great success and left a smile on everyone’s face.





10.12.15 : Report on JR. NBA Workshop

“Some people want it to happen; some people wish it would happen; others make it happen.”
- Michael Jordan

The Basketball Court of Queen’s Valley School came alive with the cheering of children when the queens of classes III-V participated in the Jr. NBA Workshop hosted by the Reliance Foundation under the supervision of coach, Daniel. The motive behind the workshop was to inspire the students to participate and learn the basic skills of basketball while having fun. Basketball is much more than just a game, it is fun and entertaining too. It teaches us sportsmanship, teamwork and respect. It is also an effective form of exercise which helps in maintaining physical fitness and a sound mental health. With its fast-paced actions it helps in developing hand-eye coordination, speed and endurance. Moreover, as vigorous exercise is required to play the game well, it addresses the problem of obesity common among the children these days.

Generally children in India begin playing basketball at the age of twelve, but with exposure like this, they can be encouraged to start at an early age and work on their basic skills and do much better at a later age. The workshop aimed at building confidence among the students. Certificates were given to all the participants for the same. The participants were also given a score card which had the details of their performance of the various activities performed by them. The different skills included were: passing, dribbling, lay-up, footwork and hotshot. Students under the age of 10 from schools like Bal Bharti, Pitampura and different schools from Dwarka like ITL Public School, Venkateshwar International School, GD Goenka, Presidium, Indraprastha School, Maxfort, Sachdeva Global School, Sri Venkateswar Public School, Vandana International School and Meera Model Public School, Janak Puri also participated. It helped to inspire the students to play basketball and rise above the basic level. In a nutshell, the workshop gave an opportunity to the students to take a break from their rigorous schedule and have a fun-filled time.





09.12.15 : MATHEMATICAL RANGOLI

Mathematics has beauty and romance. It’s not a boring place to be, the mathematical world. It’s an extraordinary place; it’s worth spending time there. “
- Marcus du Sautoy

Mathematics forms an integral part of life. We can find its beauty anywhere and everywhere around us. It forms the backbone of the universe around us. From the aesthetic beauty of an object to its very existence, Math is necessary.

As part of the Math month, students of QVS showcased their mathematical ability through various competitions. To showcase the aesthetic and geometric side of Math, an Inter class competition- ‘Mathematical Rangoli’ was held for the students of Class VIII. The girls took keen interest and participated enthusiastically in the competition. The competition was aimed at displaying how maths can be incorporated into the folk art of rangoli. They used various mathematical symbols, numbers etc to draw their rangoli. The girls used coloured rice, dry colours, flowers etc to make their rangoli. The competition portrayed their innate creativity and aesthetic sense.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
ASTHA
DIVYA SURI
KHUSHI GUPTA
NANDINI DAGAR
RIYA GHOSH
SHUBHANGI
VIII C I POSITION
DISHITA KUMARI
KAVYA PANDEY
MANSI BHARDWAJ
NEHA YADAV
RIYA RANA
SANSKRETTI JHA
VAIDEHI VATS
VIII A II POSITION
ANKITA KUMARI
ARUSHI ARORA
DEEPTI GODARA
GARIMA
JAISHREE
KHUSHI SAHNI
RIYA MAHAJAN
SHAURYA SINGH BHADAURIA
SHUBHANGI MALHOTRA
ANKITA ARORA
VIII B III POSITION






09.12.15 : CLASS VI Zero – The Mathematics Hero Poster Making Competition

“Zero is supposed to be nothing, but works wonders if on the right side.”

To enhance the intellect minds and to shape up a brighter future of our country, a number of problem solving activities like Olympiads, Bingo, Mathematical Rangoli, Live Sudoku, Quiz etc are taken up in Mathematics in Queen’s Valley School. This not only grooms the children in one particular field but also builds their confidence and intellectual thinking.

The month of Decemberwas celebrated as Mathematics month, A POSTER MAKING COMPETITIONwas held on Dec 9, 2015 wherein Class- VI students were asked to make posters on the theme ‘Zero – TheMathematics Hero’.

The aim of this competition was to develop creativity instinct and knowledge about zero amongst students. Children made interesting posters depicting that 0(zero) is both a number and the numerical digit used to represent that number in numerals. It fulfills a central role in mathematics as the additive identity of the integers, real numbers, and many otheralgebraic structures. Participants were judged on different measures like relevance to theme, neatness and presentation, finishing in the given time and message. The best three out of entire slot were declared as the winners of this competition.

WINNERS:
LAAVANAYA VI B I POSITION
MIMANGSHA K BHUYAN VI E II POSITION
MEETHI VATS VI B III POSITION






07.12.15 : WHAT NEXT AFTER 12TH?

Every student faces the question of ‘what next’ after class 12th and 10th. They have to decide a stream out of - Humanities, Science and Commerce, and the only career guidance she/he has, is the opinion of their parents and teacher’s judgment based on marks and comments of their friends and neighbors. It is at this point that a career counsellor steps in and helps the child sail through these turbulent times.

Career building is a continuous process and everyone is worried about their career, especially in the initial stage. In today’s scenario there are so many career options, students find it very difficult to choose the right career option. Taking all these issues into account a special career development and counselling workshop was organized. Mr. Jitin Chawla, an eminent educationist and career counsellor along with his team of career experts were invited to speak on all important topics related to career choices.

The workshop advised students to choose a stream which suits their interest and how such a choice makes it easier for them to grow and build a successful career. To make a better career choice one must undertake these three steps, 1) Assess oneself 2) Be aware of opportunities 3) Set one’s goals.

One of the career guidance expert Mr. Hanumant Sabherwal guided students in how to get admission to prestigious institutes like IITs, IIMs, Fms, IIFT, St.Stephens, SRCC, CBS etc. He explained the importance of entrance examination and how it can help students get into colleges.

It was an empowering session especially for the students, as the CBSE board exams are round the corner; there is a sudden sense of nervousness. There is an urge to perform well in the board exams and excel. Almost every student wants to have a bright career by cracking the board exams and entering the desired college. The workshop motivated students to follow an action-oriented approach.

“The only way to do great work is to love what you do.”―
Steve Jobs






03.12.15 : CLASS VIII-D NATIONAL INTEGRATION SPECIAL ASSEMBLY

There is no division between North and South, East and West of our country. There is only one India which all of us are inheritors, it belongs to all of us.”
- Pandit JawaharLal Nehru


India is a land of vast diversity and it is strongly cemented force where people live together peacefully. National Integration is a key to India’s success. To keep the spirit of unity alive we celebrate National Integration Day on 19th November every year all over India. National Integration is a way to make everyone aware of the power of unity. As QVS strongly believes in imbibing strong values in its queens, the school celebrated the spirit of unity.

The Queens of VIII D presented a special assembly on 3rd of December on the topic,”National Integration”. They showcased the importance of National Integration and the power of sharing. Our Queens looked beautiful and the performance was spellbinding. They started with discussing about the past and the present of India, and one of the narrator’s took us to the glorious but divided India. A mesmerizing mime act was presented by the Queens to showcase how Britishers looted India while we were busy fighting each other. Our Queens gave an absolutely breath taking performance. The message ‘When there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you.”’ was out loud and clear. The assembly was concluded by a beautiful poem and songs like Chak De and Jai Ho took the performance to a completely different level.

The stage was filled with tricolors symbolizing‘unity in diversity’. The assembly gave the students a platform to not only give the message of national integration but also to showcase their talents. The entire assembly was enjoyed and appreciated by all.





02.12.15 : QVS MATHEMATICS OLYMPIAD

Mathematics is both the queen and the hand-maiden of all sciences.
- JAMES B. BRISTOL

An Olympiad is a means to identify and encourage the mathematical creativity of children in schools across India.

Sometimes the understanding of fundamental concepts alone does not help the students to crack competitive exams as most of them are objective in nature. To bridge this gap and to enable the students to face the reality of competitive exams, Queen’s Valley School decided to bring out all objective questions in the form of the QVS Math Olympiad conducted during the Mathematics month.

Mathematics month was organised in Queen’s Valley School in the month of December2015, where in activities whichenrich the knowledge of our Queens about maths were conducted.

One such activity the ‘Mathematics Olympiad’ for classes III to XII was organised. The endeavour was to spot mathematical talent and promote excellence in Mathematics. It was aimed at providing opportunities to young and talented students to solve challenging problems in Maths, thereby encouraging talented students to pursue careers in fields related to Maths.

The toppers are as follows:-
PRIYAL JAIN III E
SHAINA SHRESTH III E
HEBA AHMAD III D
REVA SINGH IV A
MANSI SOLANKI V B
HARSHITA ARORA VI C
RITWIKA NANDI VII E
ARUSHI ARORA VIII B
AASTHA CHARKRAWARTY IX D
SANYA MODI X D
ILLISHA SINGH XIB
RUPAL YADAV XI B
TANYA SINGH XI  D
SMRITI VERMA XIIB


The Meritorious students are as follows:
SRISTI G. KOUNDAL III  D
UMA JANGRA III D
MANCHIT KAUR III F
TANISHKA GUPTA III C
JESSICA MALIK IV A
SAKSHI KRISHNAMURTHY V B
AAISHA SHOEB V E
LAAVANYA VIB
SNEHA BHATT VIID
VAIDEHI VATS VIII A
SEJAL SINGH IX B
ISHIKA BUDHIRAJA IX C
MUSKAN SHARMA IX D
VIDHI GUPTA IX D
SANORITA X D
AARTI YADAV XIC
SAKSHI YADAV XII C
SHIVANGI AGGARWAL XII C

 


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