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31.01.15: ANNUAL DAY REPORT

मैं कलकी, तुम कलकी, हम सब कलकी...

का वार्षिकोत्सव हो और कोई संदेश राष्ट्र के नाम न जाए ऐसा हो नहीं सकता | समय विद्यालय था क्वीन्स वैली, द्वारका के वार्षिकोत्सव का और विद्यालय की क्वीन्स ने एक नए अंदाज में सबको हौसला दे डाला कि अब अवतार इधर- उधर , ऊपर- नीचे, अंदर- बाहर से नहीं होगा बल्कि हम सब ईश्वर का ही अंश हैं और उतनी ही शक्ति से संपन्न भी | अतः अवतार हेतु अब किसी प्रार्थना और प्रतीक्षा की आवश्यकता नहीं है बल्कि अपनी आन्तरिक शक्ति को पहचानने की है|

‘यंग इंडिया इनोवेटिव इंडिया’ शीर्षक के अन्तर्गत दशम अवतार को माध्यम बनाकर रंगारंग कार्यक्रम प्रस्तुत किए गए| कार्यक्रम का प्रारंभ मुख्य अतिथि श्री एस0 के0 सचदेवा के स्वागत से हुआ| छात्राओं ने बैंड की आकर्षक ध्वनि से मुख्त अतिथि एवं गणमान्य व्यक्तियों का स्वागत किया | क्रमशः स्वागत गीत, दीप- प्रज्ज्वलन के पश्चात विद्यालीय सत्र २०१३-१४ में विविध उपलब्धियों हेतु छात्राओं को पुरस्कार वितरित किए गए|

तत्पश्चात क्रमशः नौ अवतारों की रंगारंग प्रस्तुति करके कलकी के माध्यम से छात्राओं ने स्वर्णिम युग लाने और धरा को स्वर्ग बनाने का संकल्प लिया और दर्शकों को भी प्रोत्साहित किया|

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31.01.15: REPORT ON ANNUAL DAY AND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION CEREMONY

“Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If I keep on saying to myself that I cannot do a certain thing, it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of doing it. On the contrary, if I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.”
- MAHATMA GANDHI

School is not only a word used to describe a building or a group of students; it is a small world in itself wherein the generations learn, experience and pave a better way for the upcoming ones. It comprises of curricular and co-curricular domains and strives to provide an all-round grooming to its learners. It also shoulders the responsibility to imbibe scientific temper along with traditional values; to apprise with modern instances as well as cultural knowledge; to cultivate confidence along with the virtue of humility. All in all it plays a vital role in striking a balance between history and modernity as they both hold an indispensable position in our lives. Mnn,mn

Based on this idea and the theme of ‘Young India, Innovative India’ the students of classes V to XII Queen’s Valley School celebrated their annual day and prize distribution ceremony on 31st January 2015. The rejoicing and fervor during rehearsals was a spectacle in itself. Every queen seemed to be drenched in the spirit and joy of presenting a spectacular show. Every minute detail like stage set-up, costumes, dance steps and expressions was taken care of and practised whole heartedly.

On the eventful morning a mesmerising aura infused the corridors of QVS when each ‘green room’ was buzzing with the commotion of participants embellishing themselves to look their best on the stage. Adorned in colourful costumes and with a smile of enthusiasm on their face, the students geared up for the programme. The parents arrived with high expectations and took their seats as the audience. They seemed to be eager and excited to watch their queens perform on the stage.

As the fleet of our revered guests approached the stage, the proceedings for the day commenced. The dignitaries were escorted with a well disciplined guard of honour which marched its way on the beats of drums. After the guests were seated in the audience, they were welcomed with a warm introduction and a token of affection from the Queen’s Valley family. The galaxy of guests comprised of honourable Chairman- Mr. S.K. Sachdeva, School Manager Dr. R.C. Chaddha, Vice Chairman of the School – Mr. Anil Sachdeva, respected members of the managing committee- Mr. Sanjay Sachdeva and Mrs. Kiran Gambhir. Also in attendance were Mrs. Novita Chopra- Vice Principal of Sachdeva Global School Dwarka and Mrs. Sudha Sadangi – Head Mistress of ShreeRam World School, Dwarka.

To give a traditional beginning to the days proceedings the students presented Ganeshvandana complemented by a coloruful welcome dance feat. The Swagatam song was packed with upbeat rhythm which was mesmerising to evoke thunderous response from the audience.

It was followed by Lamp Lighting which is envisaged to be a traditional and cultural gesture among all Indians. The dignified guests were requested to kindle the lamp to mark tranquility, wisdom and prosperity all around . While lighting the lamp, its significance and philosophy was asserted. Thereafter the Chairman Mr S.K Sachdeva addressed the gathering with his golden words and emphasized on the importance of success and the way to achieve it among the young generation.

Next on the list was awe-inspiring performance by the very talented orchestra of QVS. It struck a captivating chord with a blend of Cosmic Tune and Divine Music. The performers paid a humble tribute to the motherland and sang in honour of its pride. Ranging from percussions to chords and foot tapping, the musical feat by the performers on various instruments was admirable.

It was trailed by one of the most important events of the day i.e. the release of the second edition of the school magazine- Quintessence. The magazine captures the magic, mystique and charm of the achievements of our queens at in-house, inter- school, and even international level in scholastic and co-scholastic spheres. It is a package of wonderful moments spent in the school throughout the session 2014-15.

Subsequently commenced the Prize Distribution Ceremony wherein the hard work and dedication of our queens was felicitated and acknowledged with rewards and certificates. It was a proud moment for the spectators, parents and teachers as the students nattily walked up the stage and received honour for their achievements.

It was followed by the presentation of the Annual Report by respected Principal of the school Dr. N. Sharma. It reflected upon the successful journey of the organization during the session. It was a great opportunity to showcase the accomplishments of the school in front of the audience. She gave a powerful and transparent insight into the large range of achievements made by our students at inter-house, inter-school, zonal, state national and even international level.

Thereafter, a musical dance ballet by the senior queens enthralled the spectators. It displayed how history and future confront each other trying to prove oneself better than the other. It also highlighted the glorious history of India reflecting upon its golden achievements and paving way for the ambitious, futuristic and tech savvy young generation- innovative generation. Moreover, a musical saga representing the DASHAVATARS which emerged on the face of the earth gathered a great appreciation from one and all. Through their vibrant performance they conveyed to the community that- it’s high time that we stop impugning each other in the name of religion, caste, creed or the times. It is time to awaken and stand for each other and for the future. If this happens in true sense we won’t need God to incarnate once again as we will become a temple of living God.

It was culminated by the Grand Finale- tum samay ki ret pe chodte chalo nishan which was so upbeat and enthralling that most of the listeners could feel it striking their heart and soul. The song was an inspiration to every generation to create a land wherein every individual is compassionate and provident to make this earth a Paradise.

Thereafter amongst the non-stop applause of the audience, the dignitaries released white coloured balloons and marked hope of peace, prosperity and progress for the nation in the hands of the young generation.

Later, the Vote of Thanks was proposed and all the guests and the parents were thanked for their benign presence and riveting participation.

Once again the school started buzzing with commotion, but this time it was basking under the glory of successful show and applause received from the audience. In future ventures, we look forward to escalate the dimensions of the milestones set by us for ourselves.






28.01.15: CLASS PRE PRIMARY SPELL AND TELL QUIZ

The Spell and Tell Competition gives an opportunity to all the princesses of Pre-Primary to step into the world of words, phrases, comprehensions etc. It is that time of the session which enables them to test their language skills. QVS organised the Spell and Tell competition on 28th January 2015 where in six teams comprising of three students per class fought for the top position. The quiz comprised of different rounds based on three letter words. The princesses faced the object identification and spelling round, word completion round, audio-visual round and finally the buzzer round which helped all the teams to increase their scores and gave them the opportunity to show their alertness .It was an interesting quiz as there was tough competition between the teams.

The winning teams were:

TEAM D:
NAME SECTION POSITION
CHITRANSHI KAINTURA JASMINE I
ATULIKA MAHALIK JASMINE I
KANISHKA VERMA JASMINE I

TEAM F:
NAME SECTION POSITION
GORANSHI YADAV MERMAIDIA II
AISHANI MUKHERJEE MERMAIDIA II
ADITI YADAV MERMAIDIA II

TEAM B:
NAME SECTION POSITION
EHMAN KAUR NARANG CINDERELLA III
PADMAKSHI SHARMA CINDERELLA III
SURBHI YADAV CINDERELLA III







26.01.15: Report on Republic Day Celebration

India’s sovereignty is a legacy which was attained, has been nurtured and will be handed over generation to generation. It is valuable and more precious than any other national treasure.

On 26th January 1930, a pledge was taken of the banks of river Ravi to attain Purna Swaraj whereas on 26th January 1950 this pledge came into action with the establishment of the Indian Constitution.

QVS is a proud part of this sovereign legacy and thus plays its responsible part in imbibing patriotic values among its students. On 22nd January 2015 the school celebrated Republic Day at the school grounds. It was glorified by the presence of honourable chairman Sir Mr. S.K. Sachdeva, School Manager Dr. R.C. Chaddha and respected members of the managing committee Mrs. Kiran Gambhir Ma’am & Dr. Maheshwari.

The programme commenced with the welcome of the dignified guests followed by flag hosting by Chairman Sir. He then addressed the students and motivated them with his inspiring words.

In the honour of the democratic spirit of India, the students of QVS presented a musical feat. Their confident voice asserted with pride that they aim to make their mark on the earth as well as heaven in the course of time. They pledged to the nation’s life path and motivated the audience too.

After a loud applause, the dignitaries released the tri-coloured balloons to spread the aura of sovereignty all around. A vote of thanks was proposed in the end.






24.01.15: CLASS XII FAREWELL CEREMONY, I BID THEE ADIEU! NOT JUST FAREWELL BUT FARE THEE WELL

Don't be dismayed by good-byes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again.

– Richard Bach

Centuries after Shakespeare wrote an immortal chapter in history by conceptualising the idea of parting as ‘sweet sorrow’ in evidently oxymoronic terms, the spirit of farewell as a mixed bag of sorrow, reluctance, happiness and hope continues to inspire generations to follow. Farewells lead to the realisation that change is the only constant and exposes one to the manifold opportunities available outside the ambit of one’s limited experience. They thus help one to outgrow an ephemeral weakness and teach an indispensable life lesson.

With an aim to keep the spirit alive in the hearts of students and teach them the importance of traditions and legacy, Queen’s Valley School organised the annual farewell ceremony for the outgoing batch of class XII. The day began in great excitement and merriment as class XII students dressed up to their glamorous best and were given a grand welcome at the red carpet. With a shower of flowers and sweet welcoming words from class XI students, they were ushered in by volunteers asking them variety of questions pertaining to their feelings and excitement for the day’s events. The queens were excited to get their photographs clicked at ‘Selfie Booth’ and felt elated as they experienced a sense of self importance.

The formal proceedings began with the auspicious Hawan wherein all prayed for the prosperity and well-being of the queens. Thereafter, a set of cultural programmes were performed by the students of class XI. The musical drama titled #OnceAQueenAlwaysAQueen was the highlight of the day wherein the crests and troughs in the lives of the students were depicted on stage culminating in a constructive metamorphosis leading to the development of independent and dignified individuals. As the Principal gave mementoes to the class XII students, she congratulated them for their achievements and offered her blessings for a bright future.

Sweet is the memory of friends! Like the mellow rays of the departing sun, it falls tenderly, yet sadly, on the heart! As the day’s events drew to a close, the students felt desperate to hold on to the last few precious moments of togetherness. As they felt empowered to face the world with dignity and confidence, they left their views and hand imprints on the school Graffiti Wall and eternalised the moment. The event was an appreciable effort by the students of class XI and they succeeded in making the day a memorable one for their seniors.The day concluded in the spirit of Buky Ojelabi:

‘A great day has come and gone.
A better tomorrow awaits us all.’












23.01.15: CLASS V KNOW THY WORLD INTER CLASS COMPETITIONS

‘People without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.’ QVS queens of classes V are trying hard to extend roots of their knowledge. They proved it by performing extremely well in ‘Know Thy World’ - an Inter Class-Quiz , Brochure making and PPt making competitions held from 19th to 23rd January 2015. Apart from the daily routine of homework and class work, children got an opportunity to learn more about the world .This competition was taken up as an activity under the action plan of British Council for ISA 2014.

Starting with the Brochure making and PPt making competitions girls of six sections of classes V were given a continent each. They were required to choose any country from the continent assigned to them. Then students were given time to collect material on the country of their choice. Then on the day of competition little queens tried their best to make an attractive and colourful brochure with colourful pictures and details like Name, capital, flag, currency, language, cuisine, culture, hotels, places to visit etc. of the country. The task of PPt making was required to be done at home on the same theme. There was a choice for the students- that they could make either a PPt or a Brochure. The participants were judged on the basis of-Presentation, content, variety of information.

To prepare for the quiz competition children were given a set of four countries in advance namely- U.K., U.S.A., India and China. To select participants for the quiz a preliminary round was taken which was compulsory for all the students of classes V. A test paper was given to students, on the basis of which four students from each section, who scored the highest marks, were selected.

Finally, the quiz competition had six teams with four participants in each team. It included rounds like ‘Identification of pictures’, ‘Give a Word’, ‘Who Am I’ etc. The students were well prepared for the quiz.

It was a wonderful experience for little queens as they learnt various facts related to various countries of the world. The queens of QVS participated with great zeal and the ability and enthusiasm they displayed in all three competitions was commendable.

The result of the competitions is given below:-

BROCHURE MAKING COMPETITION
CLASS NAME POSITION
V-A SNEHA RUHIL I
  DISHA SOLANKI II
  VANSHITA KAUSHIK III
V-B MEHAK GUPTA I
  KHUSHI SHARMA II
  PARINEETA SINGH II
  PROTHOMA DEB III
V-C BHOR I
  VANSHIKA GUPTA II
  AAKANKSHA KHUGSHAL II
  UNNATI TIWARI III
  DIVYA MEHTA III
VD KASHISH KHATRI I
  MALLIKA BALI II
  HEENA SHOKEEN III
VE ANTRA TIWARI I
  HARSHITA YADAV II
  MEMANGSHA K. BHUYAN III
VF AKANSHA DANGRI I
  NAINA SEHRAWAT II
  HARGUN KAUR III


PPT MAKING COMPETITION
NAME CLASS POSITION
KUMARI PALAK VA I
KHUSHI JINDAL VA II
MISHU SEHRAWAT VA III
LAAVANYA, SUDIKSHA BHOGAL VB I
AMBIKA SINGH VB II
DAKKSHIKA MISHRA, SANAA KAMAL VB III
SURABHI GHOSH VC I
KHUSHNUD SHABA HUSSAIN VC II
TANU KHURANA VC III
SAUMYAA GELANI VD I
SNEHASHREE PATRA VD I
PRATISHTHA SHUKLA VD II
SHRADHA SRIVASTAV VD II
JEEL BHATT VD III
KAIRAVI BHANSALI VE I
HARSHITA ARORA VE II
SPREEHA GARG VE III
RISHIKA BANDYOPADHYAY VF I
MANINI SINGH VF II
AKSHITA  AGGARWAL VF III


QUIZ COMPETITION
NAME CLASS POSITION
RISHIKA BANDYOPADHYAY VF I
RIYA GODARA VF I
JEEYA SHAH VF I
AKANSHA DANGRI VF I
LAAVANYA VB II
SHWETA VB II
ISHITA SHARMA VB II
SUBIN SANDHU VB II
AAYUSHI VE III
MEHAK SHARMA VE III
GURSHEEN KAUR VE III
RASHI GAHLOT VE III






22.01.15: CLASS PRE PRIMARY, ENGLISH RHYME RECITATION COMPETITION

Hearing and joining in with familiar songs, rhymes and jingles is a fun activity which helps children to tune into the rhythms and sounds of a language and hear its distinctive tune. Awareness of rhyme in young children has been linked to progress in reading later on. Very young children play quite spontaneously with words they know and try out new sounds and combinations for themselves.‘From Page To Stage’ English Rhyme Recitation competition was held on Thursday, 22nd January 2015, in QVS for the princesses of Pre-Primary. The aim was to enhance the poetic talent of the budding Queens.There was an overwhelming response and the participants captivated the audience with their performance.

The Result is as follows:
Name SECTION Position
VANSHIKA ALICE I
A.HITA ALICE II
HARMAYRA JASMINE II
ADITRI GOLDILOCKS III
HARPREET CINDERELLA III







22.01.15: Inter Class Fancy Dress Competition – If Countries Could Talk (Classes III and IV)

“Own only what you can always carry with you: Know languages, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag.”

– Alexsander Solzhenitsyn

We, at QVS, believe that in today’s era of globalization, it is important for children to know about different countries and their cultures as this not only increases their general knowledge but also develops a connection with the outside world. It also helps them to understand international events in a better light and let them empathize with the people living in other parts of the world.

Therefore, an inter-class fancy dress competition on the topic ‘If countries could talk’ was organized for class III & class IV. The preliminary round of the competition was held on 19th Jan 2015. Students selected in the preliminary round took part in the final round on 21st & 22nd Jan 2015 respectively.

The event was a success.Children dressed themselves according to their roles. They delivered their dialogues with great poise and perfection. The queens participated with great zeal. The event acted as a confidence booster for them and gave them a chance to showcase their talent and knowledge. It was a learning experience for the participants as well as for the audience. The audience heartily appreciated the efforts of the queens.

The winners are:

Class –III
Name of the student Position
Danika Khanna  (III-B) I
Anjana  (III-C)
Anvesha Yadav  (III-F)
II
Parthna Sharma  (III-D) III

Class –IV
Name of the student Position
Prachi Dahiya   (IV-A) I
Anusha Vashishtha  (IV-A), Srishti Verma    (IV-F) II
Shreen Sharma (IV-A),
Pearl Vikas Choudhary (IV-B)
III

 


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