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16.05.15: SCERT VISIT

The Maths faculty of Queen's Valley School went to visit the Maths Lab at State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Gurgaon on 16th May 2015. The workshop was conducted by Mr. Sunil Bajaj, Head of Department, Mathematics and Mr. Pratap Singh Rawat, Maths faculty and author of books on teacher training.

The workshop highlighted the need of Maths lab in schools. It sensitized the teachers to the importance of hands on experience that the students get while doing an activity. Children learn more by doing. The workshop was immensely helpful. It showed how some complicated concepts could be simplified and explained in a better way using Maths lab. A lot of educational videos were also shown to the teachers. They demonstrated how some topics should be introduced in a class.

The teachers took a tour of their lab which had many interesting activities. For example, it showed an interesting activity on how an orange could be used to derive the formula for surface area of a sphere. Also, it showed many extensions of Pythagoras Theorem as well.

Overall, the whole workshop was extremely illuminating and helpful.






16.05.15: REPORT ON SUJOK

Illnesses are a part and parcel of our lives. Any illness not only takes away from us our feeling of well being but at times leads to financial losses as well. Being fit, healthy with a long life is the dream of every individual.

To promote good health and well being, Queen’s Valley School organized a workshop for the teachers on ‘Sujok’. Sujok is an alternative healing science which aims at reducing dependency on medicines. It teaches that the key to good health lies in our hands and quite literally so.

Anju Gupta a renowned Sujok healer, therapist and trainer conducted a workshop on the way Sujok works. She explained that for every part of our body – bones, external and internal organs there is a corresponding area in our hands and feet and which when massaged or pressure treated gives us relief. She demonstrated how we can get relief from aches and pains by first knowing the corresponding areas in our hands. A presentation helped to teachers to locate the external and internal organs on our hands. She explained the use of black pepper seeds, which need to be placed on the painful area on the hands to heal the organ that is not functioning properly.

She invited a few teachers to come forward and share their problems for which she could provide a little relief by applying black pepper seeds. And to everyone’s surprise all the teachers confirmed slight relief.

The workshop created awareness among the teachers that alternate healing processes do work but we need to study and practice them. A wonderful learning as it actually placed our health in our hands.


















14.05.15: A SKIT ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Calamitous, distressing, or ruinous effects of a disastrous event (such as drought, flood, fire, hurricane, war) of such scale that they disrupt (or threaten to disrupt) critical functions of an organization, society or system, for a periodlong enough to significantly harm it or cause its failure. It is the consequences of a disastrous event and the inability of its victims to cope with them that constitute a disaster. Although there is no universally accepted definition of a disaster, the following observation by the US disaster reliefspecialist Frederick C. Cuny (1944‐1995) comes close, "A situation resulting from an environmental phenomenon or armed conflict that producedstress, personal injury, physical damage, and economic disruption of great magnitude In order to prepare our queens mentally for any such disaster and to enable them to act patiently, without creating panic, a Skit Competition‐ Alert today, Alive tomorrow was organized on 14th May 2015.

Charming Queens of class V showcased their acting talent by enacting on various situations related to different types of Disasters such as earthquake, flood, cyclone, volcanic eruption etc.

The Queens displayed various means to be adopted during and after a disaster. They also provided important information like important helpline numbers which can be contacted during such an emergency.

Overall it was a fun filled educational competition which not only enhanced our knowledge but also helped in holistic development of the Queens.

The winners of the day were
NAME CLASS POSITION
ANSHIKA GODARA
ANSHIKA YADUVANSHI
ANTRA MANNA
IHA GOYAL
ISHITA YADAV
KASHVI KINHA
LAVANYA GUPTA
MYSHA NAVED QAZI
PALAK SEHRAWATT
RADHIKA SHARMA
DIYA NAIR S.
SHAGUN SINHA
SNEHA SHEKHAR
TANISHKA YADAV
TANVI MALIK
VEDIKA MADAAN
V C FIRST POSITION
AADYA JHA
AAISHA SHOEB
DIYA AHLAWAT
ESHA JOON
GAURI SAANVI DUTTA
ISHITA GOSAIN
JHALAK CHAUDHARY
KASHISH GANGWAL
KRITIKA ARORA
MEHAK SHOKEEN
PIYAVI GHOSH
RUCHIKA PRASAD
SHAGUN THAKUR
SHERAL
SHREEN SHARMA
SOMYA SHUKLA
TARU SINGH
V E SECOND POSITION
ANIMA GANGELE
AYUSHI SINGH
DANIA MIMAROT
JIYA SINGH
MAHIKA SINGH
MANSI SOLANKI
NAINA RANA
NEHAL MITTAL
NIHIRA SHARMA
PRATIMA SEHRAWAT
PURNIMA YADAV
SAKSHI KRISHNAMURTHY
SAKSHI SOLANKI
SIYA TRIPATHY
SOUMYA GANGRADE
SRISHTI VERMA
TAVLEEN KAUR KALSI
TINISHA DIXIT
VANISHA SINGHAL
V B THIRD POSITION






13.05.15: Talent Hunt Competition QVS has got TALENT!!!

“Your talent is God’s gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God”
- Leo Buscaglia

Young children have an ocean of hidden talent amongst them and it was displayed at Queen’s Valley School at the Talent Show Competition which was held on 12th and 13th May,2015 for classes I and II. The main purpose was to nurture the intrinsic qualities of students and remove the stage fear, which helps in the development of personality too.

Almost 300 students put up a scintillating display of dancing, singing, public speaking, painting and various craft items made out of waste material. It left a lasting impression on the minds of the audience and judges. The enthusiasm shown by the participants was mesmerising. Their efforts and participation was appreciated by all. The best ones were chosen as winners.

BEST OUT OF WASTE

CLASS I
REET DAFFODIL I
VEDIKA SINGH LILY II
GORANSHI YADAV  DAISY III

CLASS II
MOON DOGRA  BLUEBERRY I
SHAGUN BLUEBERRY II
ZENOBIA STRAWBERRY III
RAHI BHALERAO STRAWBERRY III


PUBLIC SPEAKING
CLASS I
ANWESHAA BHARDWAJ ORCHID I
VANSHIKA GUPTA LILY II
KANISHKA VERMA TULIP III

CLASS II
AVNI NAGESH BLUEBERRY I
SEJAL SHARMA RASPBERRY II
PAAWANI GUPTA MULBERRY III


DANCE
CLASS I
HARSHIKA AGGARWAL DAISY I
TANISHI SINGH TULIP I
SUHANI SOLANKI TULIP II
SHREYA BHATT DAFFODIL II
SIROUN PATRA DAFFODIL II
KWINS MARIGOLD II
KARTIKA GOEL LILY III
SIMRAN BAJAJ LILY III

CLASS II
NAVYA RAWAT RASPBERRY I
REEVA SHARMA HUCKLEBERRY II
AANYA KASHYAP RASPBERRY II
KRITI KUMARI MISHRA HUCKLEBERRY III
TANISHKA CHERRYBERRY III


COLOURING
CLASS I
KHUSHI SOLANKI DAFFODIL I
EHMAN MARIGOLD I
SAANVI KALRA ORCHID I
JESSICA YADAV LILY II
SURBHI MARIGOLD II
AVNI GUPTA ORCHID II
TRISHA DAISY III
HARSHITA PRAKASH LILY III
ANKITA TULIP III

CLASS II
AADHYA JHA RASPBERRY I
SHIVANI YADAV CHERRYBERRY I
SARA KAMAL MULBERRY II
ANUSHKA NEGI BLUEBERRY II
SIMRAN BLUEBERRY II
AARUSHI YADAV HUCKLEBERRY III
SHREASHI PANDEY GOOSEBERRY III
YASHIKA CHERRYBERRY III
ASHITA SOLANKI RASPBERRY III


SINGING (VOCAL)
CLASS I
HINAYSHI BHATIA ORCHID I
AYRA TALUKDAR ORCHID II
RHYTHM LUTHRA LILY III

CLASS II
BHAVINI GARG GOOSEBERRY I
ASMI SETHI MULBERRY II
LAVANYA SHARMA STRAWBERRY III


INSTRUMENTAL
CLASS II
IVANIA KAUR MULBERRY I
HARSIMAR KAUR MULBERRY II
DIYA KAPOOR MULBERRY III





13.05.15:CLASS XII INTER CLASS DEBUGGING COMPETITION

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

Technology affects all aspects of our lives and the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow. So, it is imperative to best prepare them to be informed, conscientious leaders in a technologically advanced society. Advent of computer software in last few decades has brought a revolution in the fields of corporate sector, banks, medical science, aeronautics, robotics etc., as they have their utility everywhere. Their applications can be found in almost every sphere of life. We, at Queen’s Valley School encourage the young Queens to explore their true potential by awakening their passions and cultivating their talents. Celebration of May as Wi-Fi month was just another step in the same direction.

In computers, debugging is the process of locating and fixing or bypassing bugs (errors) in computer program code. To debug a program is to start with a problem, isolate the source of the problem, and then fix it. It is a necessary process in almost any new software, whether a commercial product or an enterprise or personal application program. Because most computer programs contain thousands of lines of code, almost any new product is likely to contain a few bugs.

In order to inculcate the finest software techniques in our queens, an Inter Class Debugging Competition for class XII was organised on the 13th of May, 2015 which included the debugging of Java and C++ codes. Students from commerce and humanities debugged Java programs and the ones from science stream debugged C++ programs. It was an opportunity for them to manifest their programming language knowledge. It was laudable that the students at such a young age were able to debug and compile programs so efficiently.

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

JAVA:
NAME CLASS POSITION
KOMAL SHARMA
RIYA YADAV
SIMRAN YADAV
XII C
XII C
XII C
FIRST POSITION
RAGESHWARI CHUNDAWAT
INDIRA DASAN
SHREYA KAHOL
XII C
XII A
XII A
SECOND POSITION
MUSKAAN
HIMANI YADAV
SRISHTI GUPTA
XII A
XII C
XII C
THIRD POSITION

C++
NAME CLASS POSITION
YASHIKA KALRA
R DEEPIKA
TUSHITA SINHA
XII B
XII B
XII B
FIRST POSITION
SECOND POSITION
THIRD POSITION






12.05.15: PRE-PRIMARY SHOW AND TELL COMPETITION

In Kindergarten, the students must learn to speak clearly, understand important ideas, describe people, places, things and locations, increase vocabulary and speak in complete sentences. One way of doing this is through Show and Tell, aseach child’s social, emotional and language skills will grow and develop from this activity. As a child learns to use descriptive language, practice listening skills and share her special ideas with others, show and tell time gives her a chance to be the Centre of attention. This positive social interaction can boost a child’s self-esteem and make her feel good about herself.

With this aim a SHOW AND TELL Competition was organized for the Queens of Pre-Primary ,in QVS on 11th and 12thMay 2015.The theme of the competition was ‘Flowers’–the most beautiful creation ofnature. It is important to sensitize children about the environment from their formative years and flowers represent the purest form of nature.

The result is as follows-

Results of Pre Primary
NAME SECTION POSITION
SHREYA RAJ GOLDILOCKS I
AMEYA ARYA MERMAIDIA II
DEBANGSHI JASMINE II
PRISHA BHATIA JASMINE III
ADHYA JASMINE III


Appreciable Performance:
NAME SECTION
SHEZA NAVED GOLDILOCKS
APARNA ELINA
KAVYA JASMINE
SHAMBHAVI CINDERELLA
ANANYA ALICE






12.05.15: TRIP TO RAJYA SABHA

SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC – these opening lines of the Preamble of the Indian Constitution came to life for the Political Science students of class XI A as they set off on a field trip to watch the proceedings of the Rajya Sabha.

12th May dawned bright and sunny for the students and their faces shone with excitement as they boarded the bus to visit the Parliament museum. This was to be followed by a visit to the viewing galleries of the Rajya Sabha.

On arrival at the Parliament Museum, well ahead of time it was decided that the students would start their day by first paying obeisance at Gurudwara Rakabganj, and by doing so paying respect to the secular nature of our people. Each child was happy to enter the precincts of the serene gurudwara and receive the ‘kara prasad’. On entering the Parliament museum the students were subjected to a number of security checks, which they went through happily realizing that they were required to keep the symbol of our democracy‐ the Parliament safe.

At the museum the students were explained the historical experiences that guided the framers of the Constitution. The 3D experience of walking with Gandhiji left the students spell bound. Nehru’s ‘Tryst with destiny’ speech given in the Central Hall in the presence of the freedom fighters was a truly magical moment for the students. And then it was time to move from the ‘Past to the Present’, time to reach the Rajya Sabha premises. After a number of security checks the students found themselves in the viewing galleries with strict instructions not disturb the proceedings. As they took their places they found that the Rajya Sabha had been adjourned. The ‘black money bill’ had been tabled for discussion and the members were not allowing for deliberations.

Initially the students were a little disappointed that nothing was happening, but their excitement began to increase as they found familiar faces, faces which they had seen on television only. As they recognized Ms Jaya Bachchan who spoke to them, their happiness knew no bounds. Familiar faces began to get names – Mr Arun Jaitley, Mr Sharad Pawar, Mr Jairam Ramesh, Mr Gulam Nabi Azad, Ms Renuka Chowdhry, Ms Ambika Soni and Ms Najma Hepatullah.

The Rajya Sabha met again at 12.32 pm with the Vice President of India Mr Hamid Ansari presiding over the session. It was time to see the real working as the MPs began shouting slogans and raising banners, leaving their allotted seats which led to the adjournment of the Rajya Sabha again.

This meant that the students too had to now move out knowing that no business would be conducted again. The students moved out with a great deal of regret that they could not spend some more time at the seat of Indian democracy – the Indian Parliament.

With an experience to cherish and remember all their lives the students boarded the bus for their return journey, eager to share their experiences with their friends.






12.05.15: CLASS VI INTER‐CLASS INQUIZITIVE DISASTER MANAGEMENT QUIZ COMPETITION

“A quiz is a mind sport in which the players attempt to answer questions correctly.”

Over the ages, natural calamities have been teaching a lesson to the mankind about not crossing the limit of harnessing natural resources. Some disasters come with a warning whereas others do not. In such case we need to equip ourselves with the correct measures to avert damage.

QVS endeavours to make its students aware of the DISASTER MANAGEMENT. An INTER CLASS INQUIZITIVE‐DISASTER MANAGEMENT QUIZ COMPETITION was organized for the students of class VI on 12th May 2015. The preliminary round was held in the class rooms and two students from each section were selected for the final round which had multiple rounds and was held in the Cultural Hall.

The quiz uncovered the hidden arenas of the Queens. They took on the quiz master’s challenge with great enthusiasm and came out with flying colours. The students really enjoyed the quiz and their pool of knowledge was enriched through this exercise. The final round had interesting and thought provoking questions on Earthquakes and Volcanoes.

The winners are:
Name Class & Section Position
JYOTSHANA SINHA
KHUSHI SHARMA
LAAVANYA
VI B FIRST POSITION






12.05.15: CLASS IX INTER CLASS WEB WEAVER Website Designing Competition

“Imagination is the beginning of the creation”

At QVS, it is believed that creativity is not just a skill but more of a gift and those who can show and execute it successfully and proficiently are worthy of appreciation and reward. Organization of Web‐Page Designing Competition for the students of class IX was just another step in the same direction.

Technological innovations affect all aspects of our lives and the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow. So, it is imperative to best prepare them to be informed, conscientious leaders in a technologically advanced society. The Web‐Page Designing Competition aimed at making the queens of QVS adept and efficient in preparing appealing and enthralling web‐sites. It was an opportunity for them to manifest their web‐designing skills. It was a pleasure to see the participants displaying great deal of confidence. They showcased good designing skills and thorough understanding of the various aspects of web‐designing. It was laudable that the students at such a young age were able to compile and present information so effectively. The sites were judged on content, structure and navigation, visual design, animation, functionality, interactivity and overall impact.

The following students emerged out as the winners:
NAME CLASS POSITION
MUSKAN SHARMA
RASHMI DAHIYA
IX D FIRST POSITION
LEESHA IX A SECOND POSITION
JAANAVI BAKSHI IX C THIRD POSITION






11.05.15: CLASS III Inter Class Safety First (Quiz Competition)

Safety is as simple as ABC ‐ Always Be Careful.

Safety is one of the essential prerequisites of life. Whether it is health, money, work or road safety, the benefits of taking proper precaution guarantees a secure and safe life. In this life of maddening chaos and high risks, abiding by safety or protective measures means a longer, safer and better life Safety is the state of being safe from the different conditions like physical, social, emotional and financial.We, at QVS believes that every student from a very young age should be imparted the basic skills of safety so that they become mentally alert and keep themselves safe. Keeping this in mind, a SAFETY QUIZ was organized on 11th May 2015 for all the sections of Std. III.

Students enthusiastically participated in the quiz that tested their knowledge. Two students were selected from each section for the final round.

The winners
NAME CLASS POSITION
SAANVI SAHDEV
SRISHTI KOUNDAL
III D FIRST POSITION
AYANA SINGH
SHAINA SHRESTH
III E SECOND POSITION
LAVANAYA SETHI
SHRISHTI BHARADWAJ
III F THIRD POSITION






11.05.15: CLASS X TECH ART‐MOVIE MAKING COMPETITION ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Film is a great tool to play with human emotions & thoughts.
- Maria Tusar

We at QVS believe that students should increase their skills and capabilities and enhance their learning experience. Disaster Management can be defined as the management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all emergencies. Movie making software is the freeware video editing software that offers the ability to create and edit videos.

The relevance of the topic and the medium through which it was explored gave our queens a platform to display their movie making skills and knowledge about disaster management.

Students produced captivating movies on the given topic using a variety of options and movie making concepts. They were quite imaginative and creative in their skills.

The winners are:
NAME CLASS POSITION
RASHI X A FIRST POSITION
GUNJAN KAKKAR X D SECOND POSITION
ANJALI KUMARI
ANOUSHKA MANN
X B THIRD POSITION







08.05.15: STUDENTS' COUNCIL SELECTION

At Queen's Valley School, it is our constant endeavour to ensure that the intricacies of a healthy democratic life are delivered to the students at all levels through various learning experiences. The process of selecting the Students' Council is an aspect of his multifaceted goal. The formation of the Council empowers the students to understand the nuances of democratic structures and consequently function as effective constituents of the democratic system. A good students' council voices the concerns and opinions of students and at the same time, works within the limits set by institutional laws and students' rights.

#Democracy Redefined: Nominations and Campaigning
In a real and true democracy, the elections offer a real choice between political alternatives in such a way that it is possible for the voters to exercise this choice to remove the existing position holders, if they wish so. Keeping this goal as a prerequisite to inculcate the values of democracy in students, the students of classes XI and XII were encouraged to register their nominations for the various posts in large numbers. The contenders introduced themselves in the morning assembly and put forth their goals as aspirants for the members of the democratic body. This was followed by a rigorous round of campaigning by the contenders wherein they interacted with the voters at a more informal plane and promised to remain loyal to their duty of addressing students‘ concerns and grievances. The campaigners were restricted to a limited time slot during the day for campaigning and the usage of recycled paper only for advertising and propagating their views.

#GotInked #FeltProud: One Person One Vote One Value
Democracy enhances the dignity of citizens as it provides them an opportunity to choose their rulers and at the same time, correct their mistakes. A democracy is thus based on free and fair elections where those currently in power have a fair chance of losing. The democratic traditions at QVS touched a new high through the usage of highly technical voting mechanism. This ensured transparency and systematic implementation of democratic laws. The ink mark on the forefingers symbolising the dignity of an individual in a democratic set‐up left the students elated and excited to know the results.

Apart from the implementation of democracy as both goal and instruction in the teaching‐learning process, the exercise helped to inculcate the values of responsibility, integrity, dignity of labour and exemplary moral conduct in students.






07.05.15: CLASS VII INTER‐CLASS QUEEN’S VALLEY FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICES BROCHURE MAKING

“Imagination is the beginning of the creation.”

Queen's Valley School organized an Inter‐Class “Queen’s Valley Fire and Rescue Services (Brochure Making)” competition for all the students of class VII on 7th of May' 15. The students included a combination of text, images, page colour, text colour and content forms.

The topic gave to our queens a platform to display their ideas and skills which has become extensively important for creating effective brochure.

A preliminary round and the final round were held in the computer lab. Students made very attractive brochures on the given topic using a variety of options and features of MS Word. They were quite imaginative and creative. The event not only gave a chance to show their talent but also acted as a confidence booster for our queens. The creations of our queens were highly appreciated.

The winners are:
Name Class & Section Position
TANISHA RANA VII B I
BHUMIKA SHARMA VII A II
SOUMYA SINGH VII B
ISHIKA DAGAR VII D III
HANSIKA CHAUHAN VII E






07.05.15: INTER HOUSE BADMINTON

“It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.”

The importance of sports in the life of a young student is invaluable. It plays 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.

To instill all these qualities in its queens, Queen’s Valley School organized an Inter House Badminton tournament for the students of classes VI‐XII on 7th May 20115. Students lived up to the spirit of sportsmanship and discipline. It was a perfect amalgamation of physical robustness and energy. Our queens showcased their flexibility and strength through a stirring performance.

Students further showcased their talent with their physical exuberance and synchronized body movements. It was a spectacular display of talent. Our girls enthralled the audience with their electrifying performance.

Our participants were injected with incalculable energy and stepped ahead boldly. All the participants as well as the spectators turned it into a successful event with their undying spirit and enthusiasm.

The winners of the tournament are as follows:

Winners of VI‐VIII:
NAME CLASS POSITION HOUSE
DEEPTI GODARA VIII B FIRST POSITION TRUTH HOUSE

Winners of IX-XII:
NAME CLASS POSITION HOUSE
SONIA DABAS IX B FIRST POSITION PEACE HOUSE






06.05.15: LI’L PICASSO COLOURING COMPETITION PRE NURSERY & PRE-SCHOOL

QVS organized the Little Picasso colouring competition for the princesses of Pre-Nursery & Pre-School on Wednesday,6th May 2015 with the aim to enhance the creativity, eye hand co‐ordination and self expression of the princesses. Little hands at work looked pretty busy in their own world of colours and concepts. The princesses took their time and did not seem to be in a hurry to complete the colouring. The result was a kaleidoscope of colours and strokes.

Results of Pre Nursery:
NAME SECTION POSITION
ISHANA THUMBELINA I
ANANYA THUMBELINA II
YASHIKA THUMBELINA III

Results of Pre School:
NAME SECTION POSITION
KAMAKSHI ANGELINA I
KANIKA ARIEL II
SANGEETA RAPUNZEL III

Appreciable Performance:
PARIDHI SNOWWHITE
PALAK SNOWDROP







05.05.15: CLASS IV DIGITAL ART (Tux Paint / MS‐Paint Competition)

“A picture is a poem without words “

In today’s modern world, MS‐Paint/Tux Paint is a way to nourish child’s creativity and imagination. These are one of the best drawing software’s, equipped with lot of creative tools, funny animations and magical effects.

We, at QVS, believe that a picture is worth thousand words. Art is a medium of self‐expression which expands not only creativity but also child's ability to understand his/her environment in a better light. It also develops self‐confidence of the child.

Keeping the importance of MS‐Paint/Tux Paint in view, an inter‐class ‘Digital Art - Ms-Paint/Tux Paint competition’ was organized for queens of class IV on 05 May 2015.Our queens created different designs/ sketches/images of their choice.

The event was a success. Creativity of our queens knew no bounds. The event not only gave a chance to showcase their talent but also acted as a confidence booster for our queens. The creations of our queens were highly appreciated.

The winners are:
NAME CLASS POSITION
Navya Sharma IV-B FIRST POSITION
Sanskriti Ray IV-A SECOND POSITION
Yukti Solanki IV-C THIRD POSITION






05.05.15: CLASS VIII INTER‐CLASS PRESENTS A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION COMPETITION

“Our work is the presentation of our capabilities”
- Edward Gibbon

Queen's Valley School organized an Inter‐Class “PRESENTAS ‐ a Power Point Presentation” competition for all the students of class VIII on 5th May 2015. The students included a combination of text, audio, still images, animation, video, and interactive content forms to create astonishing power point presentations.

The topic given to the students was “Preparedness beyond Health” along with a range of pictures which had to be used in their presentations. The relevance of the topic and the medium through which it was explored gave our queens a platform to display their presentation and multimedia skills which has become important for creating effective presentations.

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

The winners are:
NAME CLASS & SECTION POSITION
VAIDEHI VATS
ARUSHI ARORA
VIII A
VIII B
I
DISHITA KUMARI VIII A II
ARCHNA
PRERNA SINGH
VIII D III






01.05.15: CLASS VI‐A Special Assembly “Buddha Purnima”

“He who experiences the unity of life sees his own self in all beings, and all beings in his own Self, and looks on everything with an impartial eye.”

Vesākha also known as Buddha Purnima and Buddha Day, informally called "Buddha's Birthday" actually commemorates the birth, enlightenment (nirvāna), and death (Parinirvāna) of Gautama Buddha .The word Buddha means "awakened one" or "the enlightened one". "Buddha" is also used as a title for the first awakened being in an era. In most Buddhist traditions, Siddhartha Gautama is regarded as the Supreme Buddha . Gautama is the primary figure in Buddhism and accounts of his life, discourses, and monastic rules are believed by Buddhists to have been summarized after his death and memorized by his followers.

In Nepal, which is considered the birth‐country of Buddha, it is celebrated on the full moon day of the Vaisakha month of the Hindu calendar, and is traditionally called Buddha Purnima, Purnima meaning the full moon day in Sanskrit.

Class VI‐A presented the morning assembly on ‘BuddhPurnima” on 1.5.2015. The assembly began with the’ School Prayer’ and was followed by the ‘News Headlines’. Through this assembly students were enlightened about Buddha Jayanti and various aspects of his life ‐ his birth, marriage and his journey on the path of Truth. Students showcased that Buddhism is not only followed in India but the world over. The children prepared banners of countries like Bhutan, Thailand China, Japan,Srilanka etc apart from India where Buddhism is followed. Main activities that are held in the Buddhist temples on this day are prayer meets, sermons, religious discourses, recitation of Buddhist scriptures, group meditation, processions and worship of Lord Buddha.

A student dressed up as Lord Buddha spoke about his teachings and the Eight Fold Path of Lord Buddha.

It was a well conducted assembly. Students had dressed themselves according to their roles. They delivered their dialogues with poise and perfection.

It was a commendable performance by the young queens and an enriching experience for the audience. “We can make a better future for us and for the generations to come” was the message conveyed loud and clear by the Queens of VI‐A.






CONGRATULATIONS QVS! British Council International School Award (ISA)

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”


Queens Valley School has worked in the academic year 2014-15 and has won International School Award (ISA) for three years i.e. 2015-18 successfully integrating internationalism into our curriculum. The International School Award is a British Council accreditation scheme rewarding schools with a notable global element in their curriculum. The ISA approach to our school was holistic and encouraged the students to change their global visions into reality. It provided a framework for schools to develop an action plan and implement international activities throughout the year and encourage schools to collaborate with overseas schools to create a rich learning experience for the students.

At QVS, we have always placed a lot of premium on Internationalism, Collaboration, Research and Innovation. We make constant endeavours to improve and incorporate innovations in our classrooms.The Action Plan for ISA fostered rich exchange of ideas and created a vibrant community of education professionals. It was also embedded within the curriculum and students practiced new skills in Information and Communication Technology. (ICT)

QVS is proud to have accomplished this achievement by meeting the assessment criteria through the tireless effort of the ISA team and students. The activities showcased exemplary practices of internationalism and stupendous hard work and commitment of students from class Nursery to XII who had a global perspective as a pre-requisite by the British Council. QVS established links with many schools abroad and worked on internet-based projects and exchanged their creative work with children across the world. A wide range of themes and projects were covered based on all subjects in the curriculum.

It was not a difficult task to weave the activities and incorporate them within the curriculum but the execution of them was a breath taking task. The students co-operated and enjoyed each activity as they were a little different from the activities they had been involved with for the last couple of years. The teachers concerned, enlightened the students with a lot of information on each of the themes assigned to the activities. It was an altogether different experience for all of them.

Best moments encompass the memory of the activities ‘Global Dancing Sensation’ and ‘Multi-cuisine Eat Street @ QVS’ wherein our girls delved into their fullest potential. The enthusiasm, the confidence, the yearn to grasp more for the cultural exchange took the level of the students sky high and their injected spirit led them look beyond more than what had been perceived.

 


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