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31.08.16: A NATION’S CULTURE RESIDES IN THE HEARTS AND IN THE SOUL OF ITS PEOPLE

Queens Valley School organised a quiz competition ‘Incredible India‘ on 31st August 2016.

People living here belong to different religions,traditions,food,dress,etc.Keeping this in view ,an inter class Quiz Competition was organised for class I and II .The quiz revolved around the theme of famous monuments of India for class I and different food ,dresses and dance forms for class II .

The Competition was conducted in two rounds – prelim and final. 18 girls wereshort listed for the final round on the basis of their knowledge. In the final round there were six teams,each comprising of three students.Three visual rounds were conducted .After each round there was an elimination. All the teams were well prepared for the quiz and little contestants confidently took position. It was a close fight till the last round.

On the basis of their performance , three teams were selected as winners

CLASS I :
ANNANYA ANWESHA NAYAK
JANNAT NEGI
VAIBHAVI
TULIP
DAISY
ORCHID
I
RIYA JHA
MISHKA
SHREYA RAJ
TULIP
DAFFODIL
MARIGOLD
II
AKSHITA GOYAL
AVANI RAJVANSHI
AKSHITI BHARDWAJ
DAFFODIL
ORCHID
MARIGOLD
III


CLASS II :
PALAK RAGHAV
DIKSHA BACHU
LAKSHITA SHARMA
HUCKLEBERRY
MULBERRY
RASPBERRY
I
AISHANI MUKHERJEE
ADITI YADAV
JESSICA YADAV
RASPBERRY
HUCKLEBERRY
MULBERRY
II
TANSHI GUPTA
HARSHIKA AGGARWAL
SIYA OJHA
RASPBERRY
HUCKLEBERRY
MULBERRY
III






31st August, 2016 CLASS X : Democracy and Corruption (Debate Competition)

Is corruption the greatest challenge for democracy?
“It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it.”

The beauty of democracy is that it crafts a space for discussions, deliberations and debating to reach a consensus. The enlightened philosophers encouraged questioning and debating before accepting the hearsay, to help one reach a logical and rational conclusion over an issue.The process of debating or questioning starts when a child begins to speak and continues for the rest of her/his life. Unfortunately, at times this innate quality is not utilized to the fullest; as a huge mass just believes blindly in the words of others’ without introspecting or pondering over it.Hence, they do not have their own opinion or views.

We live in the age of information where knowledge is powerand debate is all about how to turn knowledge into power.It provides students with the opportunity to research a topic, work as a team, practice public speaking skills, and use critical thinking skills.The debate is one of the academic activities that give students creative room to express what they feel and think.

At QVS we believe in the holistic development of a child and what better than a platform where they can express their views on the given topic. On 31st August, 2016 the school organised a debate competition over the topic ‘Democracy and Corruption’ for Class X. The Queens presented their perspectives; their arguments engrossed the audience completely. They put their best foot forward and indulged in competitive eloquence. 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.Overall, it was an enthralling experience for the participants, students and teachers. The competition helped the students to improve their public speaking skills and gave room to their expression of thoughts.

The results are:
Name Class Position
Ishika Budhiraja X C First Position
Ananya Gaur X B Second Position
Nupur Singh X A Second position
Shruti Rana X A Third Position
Sanskruti Jagga X B Third Position






29.08.16: Report on Roleplay: Social and Religious Reformers

Human greed for power, authority and superiority has led to exploitative practices being adopted in different parts of the world. The so- called higher caste people would exploit the so- called lower caste persons; a white would exploit a black; follower of one religion would like to downgrade other religions and males would tend to dominate females. These discriminatory and exploitative practices take the form of social evils in the long run and become a scar on the face of any civilized society. Every country, in its history of evolution, has had numerous bright individuals who have lived and worked for the progress and upliftment of the downtrodden in the society; and due to their efforts, it became possible to abolish several extreme social evils such as racism, sati pratha etc.

The commendable work done by the great social and religious reformers of the world needs to be appreciated and thanked by all. And what better way than to let children emulate these famous and extraordinary men and women who, through their enlightened thinking and consistent efforts, have made this earth a better place to live in.

With this view in mind, the school organisedan inter- class ‘Roleplay competition on Social and Religious Reformers’ for students of class 7 on 29th August 2016.

Students did an excellent job, dressed up in perfect costumes, in order to resemble and speak out the ideologies of Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Anne Besant, Sarojini Naidu, Vinoba Behave, Martin Luther and Baba Amte.

The student audience had a great time cheering for their favourites and also guessing the winners in the end. It was a great learning opportunity for all present.

The results are:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Naina Sehrawat VII C First Position
Prajna Gon VII E Second Position
Pratishtha Shukla VII E Third Position






26.08.16: Report On Judo Zonals

Life is an unpredictable gift. Nothing feels better than knowing you can take care of yourself while facing unexpected situations. Being able to protect yourself in all situations is a confidence booster as much as it is a reassurance, a reassurance that can only be gained through the knowledge of self-defence.

Judo is more than knowing how to fight back against a physical attack. It not only develops your awareness and skills of assertion but it also enables you to deal with your fears and feel more empowered in life.

It was a matter of honour for Queen’s Valley School to host the prestigious tournament of Judo Zonals for Zone 21on 26th August, 2016. The Director of Education, Mr. Devinder Singh, was the Chief Guest for the day. He addressed the gathering with a few words so as to infuse the fervour of the moment into the young minds of the sport stars.The event was also attended by eminent dignitaries like the Zone SP, Ms. Roshni Gulati, the Zone Secretary Mr. NL Meena and the Zone Committee Member, Mr. Rakesh. Mr. Ravinder Dahiya, a revered member of the Judo Federation of India, who has refereed countless sports events at international level, was the referee of this tournament too.

For the opening ceremony, the queens of our school amplified the energy with their back to back dynamic performance on rhythmic beats demonstrating yoga, gymnastics and judo.

The QVS Judo Nationalists, namely, Niharika Negi, Manini Singh, Prachi, Nancy and Kanchan Bist, who have clinched various medals at different tournaments, were also commended for their hard work and efforts. With the meet declared open, the participants seeked the blessings of their trainers and coaches and fearlessly stepped forward to display their prowess in the field of Judo. They showcased the best of their abilities and proved that this skilful martial art form produces advantages far beyond the winning of glittering trophies.





26.08.16: CLASS VI INTER CLASS, INTERNATIONAL FOOD FRENZY COMPETITION

There is no love sincerer than the love of food
- George Bernard Shaw

Food is an essential part of international travel and anyone who passes from one country to another but only eats at the recognizable joints is definitely missing out on an important cultural experience. It is over a meal that we truly get to know the people who live in a country.Only by eating at that particular place we experience authentic flavours that are masked in the tourist areas of a country or a city. Friendships and business relationships are created over communal meals.

Queen's Valley School organized an Inter‐Class “INTERNATIONAL FOOD FRENZY” competitionfor all the students of class VI on 26THth AUGUST‘16 as a part of SOCIAL SCIENCE month.

Each section of class VI was given the task of preparing cuisines from a country that they had been allotted.

The countries that were allotted to class VI were-India,Italy,USA,China,Brazil The competition was held in BIO TECHNOLOGY LAB. Students participated with great zeal and vigour which was quite evident in their presentation as they not only prepared the cuisines but also they performed on the traditional dance of their respective country and some of them even recited poems. The event not only gave them a chance to show their talent but also enabled them to know more about the various aspects of the countries all over the world. The creations of our queens was highly appreciated.

The winners are:
COUNTRY REPRESENTED CLASS & SECTION POSITION
Brazil VI F First Position
India VI E SecondPosition
USA VI D Third Position






18.08.16: CLASS IV FANCY DRESS COMPETITION

ENACT A MONUMENT

Monuments are a symbol of a significant time in history. Monuments represent life, death, success, and struggle. They have become as important to society as the events they represent. They bring history alive to new generations and memories to those who experience them firsthand. Monuments create a bridge between generations. Monuments bring to the forefront, the elegance and splendour of the bygone era. We can get a glimpse of the past through these monuments with their elaborate superfluities and wonderful architecture.

Many people feel a strong sense of patriotism and nationalism when they view a monument. It is important to preserve them so that we can continue to enjoy them and so that future generations can too.

In order to make our Queens familiar with the various historical monuments across the world and their importance, a fancy dress competition- Enact A Monument, was organized in the school for the students of class IV.

The prelim round was held on 8th August and the final round took place on 17th August. Children came dressed up as different monumentsand spoke about their significance as well. They chose monuments such as TajMahal, HawaMahal, Statue of Liberty, EiffelTower and many more. Some of them carried a model of the same and others brought props associated with that particular monument.

They were judged on the basis of the choice of the monument, content, presentation and their dress or related props. A variety of monuments were chosen by the Queens and it seemed as we had a glimpse of miniature world under one roof.

Although all the Queens were looking spectacular but the winners of the day were-
NAME CLASS POSITION
Aena Verma IV C First Position
Ayana Singh
Vijaya Rani
IV E
IV B
Second Position
Second Position
Hargun Kaur Dhingra
Manya Singh
IV F
IV C
Third Position
Third Position






16.08.16 & 17.08.16: PRE-SCHOOL FANCY DRESS COMPETITION INCREDIBLE INDIA

There is no Country in the world that is so thrilling and inspiring as India.

This majestic country of ours represented by different states where each state has its own incredible and special beauty of heritage, culture and tradition. To salute the spirit of Independence a Fancy Dress Competition titled ‘Incredible India’ was organised on 16th and 17th August, 2016 for the Queens of Pre-school. They showcased the beauty and diversity of different states of India in their own beautiful way.

The competition was meant to ignite the interest of the students in their country and teach them about our rich cultural heritage. The Queens participated enthusiastically in the competition and enthralled all with their spellbinding performances, exuberating patriotic fervour. They represented nearly all the states. The result of the competition is as follows:
Name Section Position
Aaradhya
Maitri
Aditri Sarkar
Angie Dev
Manishika
Aadya
Ishana
Aarvi
Anshika
Rapunzel
Ariel
Angelina
Angelina
Tinkerbell
Sarah
Angelina
Rapunzel
Snowwhite
First Position
Second Position
Second Position
Second Position
Third Position
Appreciable Performance
Appreciable Performance
Appreciable Performance
Appreciable Performance






12.08.16: CLASS III INTER CLASS SHOW AND TELL: FESTIVALS OF INDIA (FANCY DRESS)

Festivals promote diversity, they bring neighbours into dialogue, they increase creativity, they offer opportunities for civic pride, they improve our general psychological well-being. In short, they make cities better places to live.

- David Binder

With diverse religious and cultural backgrounds, India as a nation gets to celebrate festivals of different types. Festivals are associated with traditions, food and celebrations. This is what makes festivities in this country so special to experience. To salute the spirit of festivities, a Fancy Dress Competition titled ‘Festivals of India’ was organised on 12thAugust, 2016 for the Queens of class III.

The competition was meant to ignite the interest of the students in their country and teach them about our rich cultural heritage. The Queens participated enthusiastically in the competition and enthralled everyone with their performance. Their excitement was unmatched. It was an enjoyable experience for the participants as well as for the audience. The event acted as a booster for their confidence and creativity.

The effort made by our queens for their commendable performances was heartily appreciated. Queens were judged on the basis of their creativity, confidence, content and presentation.

The result of the competition is as follows:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Siona Vatsayan
Diya Kapoor
III B
III E
First Position
First Position
Jasnoor Kaur III G Second Position
Avni Nagesh
Shivika Manocha
III A
III E
Third Position
Third Position






12.08.16: CLASS V INTER –CLASS PPT COMPETITION

SAARC NATIONS

SAARC is an economic and political organization of eight countries in Southern Asia. Historically it was a trade bloc for southern Asian countries. Some main objectives of SAARC that contribute to their societies is:

1. to promote the welfare of the people of South Asia and to improve their quality of life.

2. to accelerate economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region and to provide all individuals the opportunity to live in dignity and to realize their full potential.

Its member states include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, the Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Queen's Valley School organized an Inter-Class “SAARC NATIONS - a Power Point Presentation” competition for all the students of class V on 12th AUGUST 2016. The students included a combination of text, audio, still images, animation and interactive content forms to create astonishing power point 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 is an integral part of creating effective presentations.

Students produced 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
AKHILA MULUKUTLA V-E First position
NISHTHA BEJWAL V-C Second Position
PALAK BHARDWAJ
TANVI SINGH
V-E
V-D
Third Position
Third  Position






10.08.16 : Independence Day Celebrations

Freedom in the mind, faith in the words, pride in our souls. Let’s salute the nation on this auspicious day.

Independence Day celebrations at Queen’s Valley School were colourful and high on spirits as the students of Classes IX and X showcased a rhythmic and patriotic show on the theme – ‘An Ode to National Anthem’ on 10th August, 2016.

The entire school joined their hands celebrated the completion of 70 years of India’s hard attained independence. The celebration was presided over by our revered Chairman, Mr. S.K. Sachdeva and the other prestigious members of the Managing Committee.

To commemorate the sovereignty of our nation, Chairman Sir unfurled the symbol of our national pride, our flag.The beautiful spectacle of the fluttering flag conjured patriotic emotions among the spectators and gave them an opportunity to salute the heroic sacrifices of our freedom fighters with a hopeful heart and a smile that yearns for a better tomorrow.

After the flag hoisting ceremony, our Chairman addressed the gathering so as to infuse the fervour of the moment into the young minds of the student body. He conveyed the real motive behind celebration of such festivals and made us understand the importance of freedom and its essence in life.

The crescendo of patriotic fervour was initiated on a beatific note as the queens joined their hands in humble prayer to the Almighty. Following it was a musical ballad on the theme ‘An Ode to National Anthem’ that was showcased through an aesthetic blend of music and dance performances. Our national anthem ‘Jan Gan Man’, which has been saluted by billions of people for many years, was written by Rabindranath Tagoreas a tribute to the unique diversity in India. It symbolises the unflinching loyalty to our nation despite its various ethnicities. Our queens succeeded in vibrantly showcasing this diversity and displaying the very essence of the different cultures of India, namely Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali etc.

The grand finale was performed on the unsung stanza of the anthem and was a spectacle to behold. It definitely made us realise that as long as we believe in our anthem and its sovereignty, we are empowered to rise against any thought or action intended to divide us. Each member of the audience could feel the dynamic aura of those unheard words of the anthem. The loud and heartfelt applause marked the success of the day's event.

The honoured dignitaries released balloons to mark the release of age old chains and symbolise prosperity, progress and betterment of the nation.





08.08.16: CLASS VIII INTER CLASS CARICATURE MAKING: FAMOUS POLITICAL PERSONALITIES

We at QVS believe that art is the basic essence that makes the children more imaginative, hence giving them a liberal way of thinking rather than a restricted one. Art gives wings to children; it makes the world their play board, giving the power to create the unthinkable.

Keeping the same thing in mind we conducted an interclass caricature making competition of famous political personalities. The competition was held among the class VIII students on 8th of August 2016. We were amazed to see the way the queens performed. They were caricatures of various political leaders like Narendra Modi, ArvindKejriwal, Mamta Banerjee, Obama etc. The caricatures made by the Queens were amazing, thanks to their art teacher. Though it was very difficult to pick the winners but as it was a competition winners had to be choosen.

Although the winners were chosen, but every queen gave a worth winning performance.

Name Class-Section Position
Ritwika Nandi VIII E First Position
Bhavya Saxena VIII D Second Position
Trishala VIII A Third Position



04.08.16 : Report on AD MAD Show

It’s time to start getting innovative and design some classy advertisements.

QVS organized an AD-MAD Show for the queens of classes I and II.It comprised of humorous and unique ad presentation by the students. They acted on various advertisement script and ideas relevant for different sectors including FMCG products, goods and services,social awareness etc. The show was about creativity and acting out a product in a funny and hilariousway.The presentation left the audience rolling with laughter. The students came decked up in colorful dresses and used variety of props. They were confident and performed with great panache on stage.

Their efforts and participation was appreciated by all. The show left our Queens applauding for the participants and indeed it was an “Ad-Mad Show.” The result of the competition is as follows-

Class-I
Name Section Position
Sheza Naved l-Marigold First
Shambhavi Bisht l-Lily Second
Ira Kumar l-Orchid Third

Class -II
Name Section Position
Reet ll-Cherryberry First
Chitranshi Kaintura
Kartika Goel
ll-Blueberry
ll-Mulberry
Second
Yutika Mehra
Siya Ojha
ll-Raspberry
ll-Mulberry
Third

 


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