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30.10.15 : CLASS VIII SPECIAL ASSEMBLY

‘Halloween is an opportunity to be really creative’.

- Judy Gold

Celebrations in schools provide an opportunity to create a healthy environment and demonstrate the schools commitment to healthy living.

Halloween has its roots in the ancient, pre-Christian Celtic festival of Samhainor "End of Summer”, which is celebrated on the night of October 31. The Celts believed that on this harvest festival the dead revisit the land of the living and that communal fire was needed to ward off all evil. Halloween comes from All Hallow Even, the eve (night before) of All Hallows day. Therefore, Halloween is the eve of All Saints Day. The three days between 31st October and 2nd November see pagan and Christian celebrations intertwined in a fascinating way and is a perfect example.

A special assembly was conducted by the Students of Class VIII of Queen’s Valley School on the 30th October, 2015 on the occasion of Halloween. Witches, Zombies, Ghosts and Ghouls were seen in the corridors at Queen’s Valley School. The audience was thrilled to see them walking on the stage in their scary and dreadful attire. The horrifying spirits singing and dancing on the stage on music made the audience shiver. The students also enacted the play ‘Light the Candle’ on the stage creating an atmosphere of Halloween.

After a captivating performance, the students left the stage with a touching message, ‘it's not the candle flame that makes monsters go away, but it's the light inside us that makes monsters go away.’ These poetic lines sum up the festival of Halloween.

‘Halloween is scary, when ghosts and witches roam. In the darkness of the night there comes a piercing moan. In gruesome dress the children stand, a pumpkin lantern in each hand. We fear the knock upon the door. Who’s standing there, we can’t be sure. A hideous mask upon their head, as if they’ve risen from the dead. They think that Trick or Treat is fun, but it’s not the case for everyone.’


The students imparted a powerful message to the audience- 'The Lord is my light and the one who saves me. I'm not afraid of anyone’, left them spellbound.





30.10.15 : CLASS X ‘Dilute the Doubt’: Debate Competition

“Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate and doubt, to offer a solution everybody can understand.”

Debate as a critical skill is more important now because we live in an age where information is power, and debate is all about how to turn information into power. Debate is ‘critical advocacy’. It is advocacy as the debater must advocate, propose, and defend ideas. It is critical because the debater must not ignore the advocacy of others, but must engage them and use the tools of critical thinking to evaluate the ideasofothers.

The use of debating to deal with complex ideas and competing advocacy is emerging as a successful educational tool. With its emphasis on critical thinking, effective communication, independent research and teamwork, debate teaches skills that serve students tremendously.

Keeping this in mind, QVS organized a debate competition ‘Dilute the Doubt’ for Class X on 30th October, 2015. The topic for the debate was ‘Do celebrities get away with more crime than non-celebrities?’ Our Queens presented their points of views on the given topic. Their arguments engrossed the audience completely. They put their best foot forward and indulged in competitive debating. The competition was a perfect medium for the students to improve their personal expression and social interaction skills. It gave them a chance to feel proud of their abilities to debate in public and become better critical thinkers and communicators.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS SECTION POSITION
DEEPALI VEREKAR
AKANKSHA JIYA
X B
X B
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
TAMANNA BATRA
ANANNYA CHITRANSHI
X D
X D
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
SAKSHI RANI UPADHYAY
RIYA TRIPATHI
VANSHA SAREEN
KUMBHIKA
X A
X A
X C
X C
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION






29.10.15 : CLASS IX Points on Pedestal

“The air of the New World seems favorable to the art of declamation.”

- Joseph Conrad

Declamation is derived from the Latin word “declamation”, which meansdeclaration.It is an art or act of declaiming which involves both verbal and non verbal skills. It can also be referred as the ‘precursor for original oratory’ incorporated with great emotions, power, passionand emphasis. Declamation does so much; it plays so many roles for students. It can be said that a good speaker never fails in life.Thus,it helps to achieve public speaking prowess which is the demand of modern times. It encourages reading and honing research skills, supports critical thinking,fosters confidence and enhances the spectrum of perspectives of the students. Hence,holding such type of activities at school level seems invitingly provocative.

The Inter Class Declamation competition for standard IX was held on ¬29 October, 2015. Initially, prelimswere conducted and accordinglyon the basis of the performance of the students,four participants from each section were selected for the final round. The students were guided for the competition preparation and encouraged to opt for globally concerned topics.

The panel of judges for the final round competition consisted of Ms.JasjeetandMs.Bharti. The contest witnessed a neck to neck struggle of dexterous articulation between participants. It was apparent that the studentswere well prepared with regard to their topics which were-‘The Whole Universe is one family’, ‘Importance of Teamwork’, ‘Role of Morality in Modernity’, ‘Money is a Modern Addiction’, ‘Yoga is a key to Stress Free Life’, ‘ TheWorld Free from Terrorism: A Utopian Dream ’etc.The students exhibited excellent showmanship. Every student was unique in her own way and scores were set for physical presence, ideas, voice articulation, dramatic appropriateness, originality, memorisation, intonation, poise, audience appealetc. Also, they displayed their genuine concern and sensitivity towards the world and its problems. The results were declared and the hall echoed with the sound of great applause made by the audiencefor the winners.

Overall, it was an enthralling experience for the participants, peer students and teachers. The competition helped the students to improve their public speaking skills and gave room to their expression of thoughts.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
ANANYA GAUR IX B FIRST POSITION
ADITI BHATTACHARJEE
KHUSHI MAHESHWARI
IX D
IX A
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
PARUL KOHLI
HARSHITA RANI
IX C
IX C
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION






26.10.15 : COUPLETS V/S DOHE

Blessed are you whose worthiness gives scope, Being had, to triumph; being lacked, to hope.

- Shakespeare

Couplets generally appear in poetry, and quite frequently they rhyme and have the same meter. The two lines often belong together, and share some sort of similar idea.

Perhaps the best place to start when looking for couplets is with the famous couplets from Shakespeare. He often ended his sonnets with a rhyming couplet that summed up the main ideas of the poem.

To instill interest for poetry in its queens, QVS organised a Couplets v/s Dohe Competition for the students of class VII. A preliminary round was conducted wherein the students were asked to narrate a few couplets and dohe. Selected students for the final round were divided into 2 teams. Team A narrated couplets written by renowned writers like William Shakespeare, Alexander Pope, Geoffrey Chaucer, etc. On the other hand Team B recited Dohas written by eminent writers of the Indian literature like Saint Kabir Das, Rahim and Saint Tulsi Das.

It was a nail biting competition. Both the teams gave a tough fight and made it difficult for the other to win. It was a fun filled event and the students got to learn a lot about poetry and specifically about couplets and dohe.

The result of the competition is as follows:

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
VARSHITA RANA
SHREYA SHAKYA
GURPREET KAUR
KHAYATI
RITWIKA NANDI
GURNEET KAUR NARANG
VII C
VII C
VII C
VII C
VII E
VII B
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION






21.10.15 : CLASS VIII INTER CLASS DEBATE COMPETITION

Debate and divergence of views can only enrich our culture and history.

- Ibrahim Babangida

Debates are a wonderful, high interest way to teach a number of skills to students. They provide students with the ability to research a topic, work as a team, practice public speaking skills, and use critical thinking skills. Holding debates in middle school classes can be especially rewarding despite the challenges. These students enjoy debating as it provides variety and allows them to become passionately involved with an assigned topic. Debate is one of the academic activities that give students creative room to express what they feel.

The Inter Class Debate competition for standard VIII was held on 21st October, 2015. The topic was ‘Mass media: More Sensational than Responsible’. The day (12th October) witnessed the prelims and the students exhibited their debating skills and four students from each section were selected for the final round.

The final round competition was adjudged by Ms.Aakriti Mehta and Ms.SurbhiTrehan and moderated by Ms.NeelamShukla. It was very evident that the students were well prepared and they used various skills like overstatement, definition, irony etc. to convince the audience. The participants, armed with statistics and data gave their arguments strength with their righteous facial expressions, body movement and gestures. All the students exhibited great oratorical skills The finals was held as expected to be laced with more nail biting moments and an intense face off.

Archna of Class VIII D, the speaker for the motion said that today's media is turning towards sensationalism instead of carrying out their responsibilities. She told the audience to wake up and change this. The highlight of the debate was the rebuttal round. AnkitaKumari, the speaker against the motion from class VIII B stressed on the point that the remote is in our hands' and it is up to the people to choose what is right and what is wrong and what the people choose is responsible. The debate competition came alive as a volley of questions was answered. Each participant rose to the occasion to defend their argument. The debaters spoke with great confidence and put forth brilliant arguments defending their stands.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
ARCHNA
SHUBHANGI
ARUSHI ARORA
VIII D
VIII C
VIII B
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
SANSKRETTI JHA
KHUSHI SAHNI
VIII A
VIII B
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
ANKITA KUMARI
GARIMA GULERIA
NANDINI DAGAR
VIII B
VIII C
VIII C
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION






20.10.15 : CLASS V REPORT ON DUSSEHRA CELEBRATION

Our country India is a country of festivals where all the festivals are celebrated with equal zeal and enthusiasm. And there are a few festivals which have become an integral part of our culture and history. Every year when they are celebrated they give us a chance to relive the past and represent our glorified history in a magnificent way. One such festival is Vijayadashmi, also popularly known as Dussehra Festival in India.

Dussehra is regarded as one of the most significant and important Hindu festivals, celebrated across the nation with much fervor and gaiety. The festival marks the victory of Lord Ram over demon king Ravana, which means the victory of good over evil, light over darkness. Beautifully decorated tableaux and processions depicting various episodes from Ram's life are taken out on the streets. The tenth day or the Vijayadasami, is considered to be a very important day. Effigies of Ravana, his brother Kumbhkarna and son Meghnad are burnt in open spaces. As a part of the celebration, Ram Lila (drama depicting the episodes from the lives of Ram, Sita and Lakshman) is staged in different regions of the country. It is celebrated in different manner across the country.

Keeping this tradition alive the Queens of Class V performed the entire Ramleela. Each section (A, B, C, D, E & F) of Class V took up one ‘Kand ‘each and performed on it. This not only gave them a chance to connect to their past but also provided them an opportunity to step into that character’s shoe and know it better.

Students of class V A took up SitaSwayamvar and depicted the whole scene so lively that it appeared as if everything was happening in front of the audience. Class V B depicted the scene of Lord Rama going to Vanavasa and their presentation touched everyone’s heart. Students of Class V C enacted the scene of Sitaharan and the special effects that they gave with their voice modulation were remarkable. Queens of Class V D took up the scene of Lanka Dahan.They presented it very well with the help of their beautiful costumes and sound effects. Finally to conclude Ramleela, RavanaVadha and Dussehra celebration was presented by the students of Class V E. The child dressed up as Lord Rama shot an arrow and burnt the effigy of Ravana, marking the victory of good over evil. It was truly an amazing experience as the ground was filled with the slogans of “Jai Shree Ram”. Children enjoyed watching the Ramleela presented by the students of Class V and encouraged them with their applause.

It is said that we learn by doing and by performing Ramleela our class V Queens learnt about the victory of Good over Evil.





16.10.15 : CLASS VI Inter Class Spell Bee Competition

“An INVESTMENT in SPELLINGS pays the BEST INTEREST”

- Benjamin Franklin

Spell Bee is ideal for learners. It supports learners who need help with key skills or have spelling problems such as dyslexia. The introduction of the “Spelling Bee Competition” in the curriculum has led to the development of the students’ skill in spelling and improving their vocabulary.

It is also used as a whole school resource to improve spelling and learn specialist vocabulary.

An Inter Class Spell Bee competition was organized in the school on 16th October 2015. Initially, the prelims (9th October 2015) were conducted and accordingly students from each section were selected for the final round. All students were given an equal opportunity to represent their classes in the preliminary rounds at intra-class level.

Students participated with great enthusiasm and they dueled through the toughest words. This competition generated a great ideal of excitement. Students qualified by mastering words from the spelling list. Four students from each section of class six were selected. The competition consisted of several rounds. The first round was “Power Spell” where each participant was asked to spell a word. “Jumbled Words” was the round in which students had to place the jumbled alphabets in correct order to make a meaningful word within the stipulated time. It was followed by the “Fill Up” round where the students had to insert the missing alphabet to make a complete word in the time specified.

Finally, the audience got a chance to answer questions through a quick spell-well round.

The competition was well received by the students. They participated with great enthusiasm delighting each point they won for their teams.

Class VI C emerged victorious although the other classes provided a very keen contest. In fact, the competition was very close.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
HARSHITA ARORA
MANYA SHRI
SAUMYAA GELANI
SURABHI GHOSH
VI C
VI C
VI C
VI C
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
AKANKSHA DANGRI
POORVI ARYA
PRAJAKTA SHARMA
PRAJNA GON
VI F
VI F
VI F
VI F
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
AMBIKA SINGH
HARSHIKA TANDON
NEHAL
PRATISHTHA SINGH
VI A
VI A
VI A
VI A
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION






16.10.15 : CLASS VII-X Workshop on Career Guidance and Cyber Safety

“Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for; it is a thing to be achieved.”

Every child is trying to find his/her identity while at the same time trying not to be the odd one out. Keeping this goal in mind, Queen’s Valley School organised an interactive career guidance session for the students of classes VII to X on October 16, 2015. The resource persons, Mr. Kapil & Ms.Shweta encouraged the students to identify their interests and strengths, and discover their best career fits.

The workshop aimed at enabling students to discover, develop and pursue their passions and dreams right from their school days. It was an interactive session wherein, through the medium of audio-visual aids, the students were assisted in identifying career options and appropriate higher education routes, thus helping them determine the steps they need to take in future to equip themselves for the world of work.

The workshop also focussed on the need for cyber safety. The Internet has long ceased to be the preserve of grown-ups. Children today are often far more active Internet users than their parents. Keeping this in mind, Mr Kapil cautioned students to take internet security as seriously as real-life physical security. He helped the students understand the dangers that come with being online and the things we can all do to make sure we are more protected from cyber threats.

It was an absolute delight to watch Mr. Kapil reach out to the anxious, young minds and advise them on the right course to take and inspire them to aspire for greater heights in life, thereby making them DREAM BIG. His expertise on cyber safety was highly appreciated and well received by the audience.






15.10.15 : CLASS XI, AD LIBITUM EXPRESSION: EXTEMPORE COMPETITION

There is a strange sensation often experienced in the presence of an audience…a nameless thrill, a real something, pervading the atmosphere, tangible, evanescent, indescribable

- William Pittenger

The task of keeping the audience enthralled and constructively engaged is central to the conduction of any event that requires the speakers to perform impromptu and present their views in an unscripted yet sophisticated manner. An extempore, as a stage performance carried out without preparation or forethought employs effective application of the technique of stream of consciousness and calculated expression.

In order to create linguists of high profile by developing an alchemical combination of essential elements of public speaking, Queen’s Valley School organisedAd Libitum Expression,an interclass extempore competition on October 14, 2015, as part of the British Council venture. The event was aimed at triggering the creative skills of learners by spontaneously providing them with a plethora of mind boggling topics from the domains of education, psychology, resource management and environment, to social, ethical, political and visionary. The choice of topics was made taking into account the interest, learnability and feasibility of learners while sensitising them about the immediate environment and developing language skills. At the same time, it was an endeavour to encourage the students to indulge in the observation and analysis of the challenging issues they were presented with and to voice their ideas with precision.

While speaking, the participants maintained a sophisticated sense of authenticity and simplicity of language usage and deliberately maintained distance from feigned enthusiasm, overheated passion and high rhetoric. To create a palpable level of connectivity with the audience, the speakers also engaged in a constructive discussion with them and thus enabled multiplicity of opinion to prevail. The students who did not directly participate in the competition but witnessed it, also got in the spirit and owing to the wonderful performance of their peers, they learnt a great deal along with the participants- the experience becoming almost as real to them as to the speakers.

The task of selection of the best team proved to be the most challenging moment given the ebullience of all the participants. Amidst loud cheering and appreciation of the efforts of all the performers by the audience, a really tough and close call on the results was taken. They were declared on the basis of content, diction, pronunciation, time limit adherence, spontaneity, confidence and stage presence.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
UJJWAL KAURRAINA XI C FIRST POSITION
HEMA GEORGINA BISWAS
ILLISHA SINGH
XI A
XI B
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION






15.10.15 : CLASS PRE SCHOOL SHOW AND TELL COMPETITION

Children learn better with hands on experience and with this aim QVS organized a Show and Tell competition for the princesses of Pre-School on 14th and 15th of October 2015 with ‘Monuments of the World’ as the theme.

The princesses were dressed as monuments like The Eiffel Tower, Statue of Liberty, The Great Wall of China, Big Ben etc and a few of them carried placards and props depicting the significance of these monuments. They presented scientific facts and information. The information given by the little guides took the audience around the world in an hour. The children got the opportunity to dress up as a global monument. They shared their thoughts with pride and panache. Through this competition the princesses not only gained knowledge but also improved their oratory skills. The judges were mesmerized by the oratory skills of the children.

The result is as follows:-
NAME SECTION POSITION
ANUSHA ARIEL I
LAVANYA RAPUNZEL I
RICHA PANDEY ANGELINA II
DHRITI DUTT ANGELINA II
BHAVYA SNOWWHITE II
HRIDYA BAWA ANGELINA III

The following children had shown an appreciable performance:
NAME SECTION
RUPASHI SNOWWHITE
AADYA ARUN SNOWDROP






14.10.15 : CLASS III –XII Inter House Kho-Kho

The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a person’s determination

- Tommy Lasorda

Kho-Kho, ancient game of undivided India, probably was derived from the different strategy and tactics of Kurukshetra war in Mahabharata. The chariot fight during the war and zigzag pathways followed by the retreating soldiers indicates the formation of Chain Play, the seminal defense skill in the game of Kho Kho.

Kho Kho based on natural principles of physical development, fosters a healthy combative spirit of team understanding. It demands physical fitness, strength, speed and stamina, and critical thinking ability. Dodging, feinting and bursts of controlled speed make this game quite thrilling. To catch by pursuit - to chase, rather than just run - is the capstone of Kho-Kho.

To celebrate the spirit of values such as obedience, discipline, sportsmanship, and loyalty among team members, Queen’s Valley School organised Kho-Kho as part of the Inter House sports events. It was accomplished in two phases including the preliminary round for selection held on the 7th and 8th October for classes III-V and VI-XII respectively followed by the final round on 14th October 2015. The students showed exemplary enthusiasm and spiritedness in participating in the event. Their focus on the intricacies of preparation and execution was appreciated by the spectators and judges alike. The students, with their enthusiasm and impeccable coordination showcased and upheld Phil Jackson’s words:

The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.

WINNERS FOR CLASSES III-V: PEACE HOUSE
NAME CLASS-SECTION
ANANYA TYAGI
MAHEK PANDEY
MANSI RAWAT
GARIMA ZALPURI
ANSHIKA GOSWAMI
RISHIMA KHARE
KRISHIKA SINGH
III A
III A
III A
III B
III E
III E
III F
PRACHI SANGWAN IV B
AARJOO
SIYA
NAVYA KUMAR
V D
V E
V F

WINNERS FOR CLASSES VI-VIII: PEACE HOUSE
NAME CLASS-SECTION
MONIKA GODARA
PRATISHTHA SINGH
ROSHNI CHAUDHARY
HARSHITA ARORA
YOGITA SINGH
UNNATI TIWARI
VI A
VI A
VI B
VI C
VI E
VI F
HARSHITA YADAV
RASHI SOLANKI
TRISHALA
VISHAKHA JANGHU
MEDHA NIMBHAL
VII A
VII A
VII B
VII B
VII C
DEEPA YADAV VIII C

WINNERS FOR CLASSES IX-XII: COURAGE HOUSE
NAME CLASS-SECTION
NUPUR
SALONI CHAHAL
YASHI YADAV
GARIMA GODARA
RIDHI GOEL
SHRISTI DUBEY
AKANSHA VERMA
ISHIKA BUDHIRAJA
SOFIYA
IX A
IX A
IX A
IX B
IX B
IX B
IX C
IX C
IX C
DHRITI RANA
NIKITA GODARA
X C
X C
KHUMANI XI C






13.10.15 : CLASS V Declamation: Our Monuments, Our Pride

“Fine declamation does not consist in flowery periods, delicate allusions of musical cadences, but in a plain, open, loose style, where the periods are long and obvious, where the same thought is often exhibited in several points of view.”

- Oliver Goldsmith

In a competitive world like ours, it is quintessential to build personalities that can cope with the ever growing demands of our times. For a student being academically good is not enough, one has to be equally competent in co-curricular activities as well. As Ralph Waldo Emerson rightly said, “Speech is power: speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel.” Thus, to empower our young queens and to prepare them for future, a declamation competition was organised. It proved as an opportunity for the queens of class V to showcase their oratorical skills.

The theme on which the students spoke was ‘Our Monuments, Our Pride’. Monuments are built to commemorate an important event or a person. They are an integral part of our cultural heritage. The participants chose monuments from across the world and enlightened the audience with interesting facts about them. Beautiful props showing pictures of the monuments were also used. The students dressed in traditional attires of the places where the monuments are located and also as reporters and tour guides, taking the audience on heritage tours. It was indeed a learning experience for the participants as well as the audience. The competition gauged not only eloquence but also effectiveness of the speech. The effort of the participants was acknowledged and appreciated.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS SECTION POSITION
IHA GOYAL V C FIRST POSITION
UDITA DAS
ANIMA GANGELE
V F
V B
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
SRISHTI VERMA
SHUBHI SRIVASTAVA
V B
V A
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION






12.10.15 : CLASS IV CHARACTER DRAMATIZATION COMPETITION

Dramatization is an effective way of helping students to learn a language as it uses active teaching and learning styles which are likely to motivate and sustain the attention of a wide cross section of pupils.

It also provides the means for connecting students’ emotions and cognition as it enables them to take risks with language and experience the connection between thought and action. Teaching English inevitably involves a balance between receptive and productive skills; here drama can effectively deal with this requirement. It also fosters and maintains students’ motivation, by providing an atmosphere which is full of fun and entertainment. It engages feelings and attention and enriches the learners' experience of the language.

Keeping this in mind an Inter Class Character Dramatization Competition was organized for the students of Class IV on 12October2015, wherein the students got an opportunity to exhibit their ideas on social issues, environmental issues etc.The students performed in colourful costumes carrying fun props. The inclusion of cartoons made their performances effective and entertaining. The popular choice among the participants was Doremon. The participants were judged on the basis of-Presentation, Content, Intonation and Confidence.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
EKAKSHARA GARG IV A FIRST POSITION
DIZA JOSHI IV B SECOND POSITION
NIMISHA SINGH IV B THIRD POSITION






07.10.15 : CLASS PRE-NURSERY SHOW AND TELL REPORT

At the Kindergarten level, the students should be able to speak clearly, understand important ideas, and describe people, places, things and locations. One way of doing this is through Show and Tell, as each child’s social, emotional and language skills grow and develop due to 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 express herself 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 Princesses of Pre-Nursery, in QVS on7thOctober 2015.The theme of the competition was ‘My Favorite Toy’. The princesses brought their favourite toy and spoke a few sentences about it. A few of them came dressed up as their favorite toy as well as ranging from teddy bears to spider man etc. All of them participated in the competition and presented their toy with great panache.

The result is as follows
NAME POSITION
PARTHIVI RAI I
AARVI II
ANANYA SULTANIA III




07.10.15 : CLASS PRE PRIMARY ENGLISH CALLIGRAPHY COMPETITION

Handwriting is a means of communicating with others

Handwriting is a means of expressing language, thoughts and ideas. It is a skill which involves linguistic, cognitive, perceptual and motor components, all of which have to be coordinated into an integrated fashion.

QVS organized a calligraphy competition for the princesses of Pre-Primary on 7.10.15.The aim of the competition were to encourage children to write neatly and in good handwriting. The competition motivated the students to complete the work in the given time and to make children aware of the correct formation of letters.

The Queens participated in this competition with great zeal and enthusiasm as they got an opportunity and a platform to showcase their best work. They were encouraged to write neatly on the sheet given to them.

The best entries were judged by the senior English faculty. It was difficult to choose the winners of the competition ,but some of the students wrote more beautifully than the others.

The winners are :
Name Section Position
SHREYA RAJ GOLDILOCKS I
DIVYANSHI VASHISHTHA CINDERELLA II
AMOLI KHANNA CINDERELLA III
DEBANGSHI JASMINE III

Appreciable Performance:
JITIKA ELINA
TAMANNA GOLDILOCKS






06.10.15 : CLASS III COLLAGE MAKING

‘A work of art is the unique result of a unique temperament.’

The term collage was coined by both Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso in the beginning of the 20th century when collage became a distinctive part of modern art.Collage is an art form of expressing the thoughts and feelings of artists. The effect in vision is that all kinds of pieces with different sizes or even different materials are put together and form a unity.

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

Keeping the importance of art in view, an inter-class ‘Collage making Competition’was organized for the queens of class III on 06 October 2015.Our queens created a collage on their favourite author or poet. The topic of the collage was “My Favourite Author / My Favourite Poet”.

Our Queens participated whole heartedly in the Collage competition. Students took part in the event with joy and enthusiasm and enjoyed the multihued activity. Our queens made beautiful collages of their favourite poet or author, like, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Ruskin Bond, J.k.Rowling, Mahatma Gandhi, Rudyard Kipling etc.

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. Their coherent and contemplative collage were appreciated by the judges.

Winners:
NAME CLASS POSITION
NEHAL CHADDHA
AROHISHARMA
III D
III C
FIRST POSITION
FIRST POSITION
MANCHINT KAUR
PRIYAL JAIN
PRANJAL PARIHAR
III F
III E
III E
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
SECOND POSITION
IRA GOYAL
AADHYA KAPOOR
HAMNA ZAFAR
III C
III D
III B
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION
THIRD POSITION

 


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