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29.7.16: CLASS X Inter Class Brochure Making Competition: TIMELINE OF INVENTIONS

Invention is the root of innovation. Innovation is the major force for change in the future.
- Philippe Kahn

The world as we know it today is convenient and fun to be in because of certain inventions which have made all the difference from being medieval to being. In an era of constant innovation and discovery, we may not realize that most inventions take years to develop.

Queen’s Valley School organized an Inter Class Brochure making competition: ‘TIMELINE OF INVENTIONS’ on 29th July, 2016 as a part of Science and Technology Month. The participants worked in groups to make unique and attractive brochures that highlighted the key dates and relevant data of major scientific inventions which provided fast information via timelines. Specific facts were seen at a glance with concise and accurate details of various inventions of world significance. Participants used pictures, images, cut outs from papers, magazine etc. to make the brochure eye-catching.

It was a very informative experience and helped to widen the range of students’ knowledge. The students were excited to showcase the best of their work. All the brochures displayed unique illustrative styles and the competition witnessed an enthusiastic participation by the students.

The winners:
NAME CLASS POSITION
MANSI
MOHITA
NANCY
NAVYA SURI
NIDHI ARORA
X C FIRST POSITION
SRISHTI MISHRA
TANYA
TARANPREET KAUR
VIDHI GUPTA
ISHA SETHI
X D SECOND POSITION
AARUSHI SINGH
ANJALI THAKUR
BHARTI
DEEKSHA GUPTA
DEEPALI
X A THIRD POSITION
PRERNA  JHA
PUNYA THAKUR
RIA  THAKUR
SHAGUN  THAKUR
SHIVI SINGH
X D THIRD POSITION






29.07.16: CLASS VI-XII Inter Class Yoga Competition

“Yoga adds years to your life and life to your years.”
- Alan Finger

As Sri Sri Ravi Shankar says, “Health is not a mere absence of disease. It is a dynamic expression of life – in terms of how joyful, loving and enthusiastic you are.” A person is healthy when he/ she is not just physically fit but also mentally and emotionally balanced. Yoga helps us to unite with our body, mind and breath. It brings us in harmony with our inner self and helps us to lead a happier, calming and more fulfilling life.

A regular practice of yoga helps to relieve stress, boosts immunity and improves concentration. It increases flexibility and gives a better posture. A calm and relaxed mind helps us to cope with stressful situations by taking right decisions. It regulates adrenal glands and increases blood flow to all the organs of the body. A composed mind helps to develop stronger bonds with family and friends. It helps us to choose a healthy lifestyle and makes us a good human in the long run.

Realizing the importance of yoga in our daily life and to develop a habit among our students to practice yoga everyday, Queen’s Valley School organised a yoga competition for the students of classes III – XI. A prelim round was taken and the students were tested on the basis of their front bending, back bending and balance. The best student from each class was chosen for the final round. The final round took place on 26 July 2016 for classes VI - XI and on 29 July 2016 for classes III – V. The students who performed paschimottanasana, dhanurasana and chakrasana with proper posture and maximum flexibility along with good balance were declared as winners.

The Winners:
Name Class-Section Position
Ashita Solanki III F First Position
Aalia Chaudhary
Prakrity
III F
III B
Second Position
Second Position
Vaishnavi Badhwar III E Third Position
Bhoomika Meena IV A First Position
Naina IV F Second Position
Sharvi Aggarwal IV D Third Position
Yashika Yadav
Srishti Singh
V F
V D
First Position
First Position
Kasak Yadav V A Second Position
Ananya Dhingra
Likhi Kishan
V C
V C
Third Position
Third Position
Palak Sehrawat
Palak
VI F
VI A
First Position
First Position
Hinakshi Singh
Mercy Abraham
VI C
VI D
Second Position
Second Position
Manini VII C First Position
PrajnaGon VII E Second Position
Hunshika Arora
Shruti
VIII B
VIII B
First Position
First Position
Niharika Negi VIII D Second Position
RiyaRana IX B First Position
Anju Balhara IX B Second Position
Niharika Upadhyay X D First Position
Nupur Singh X A Second Position
Sapna Rana XI A First Position
Anjali XI B Second Position







28.07. 16: विशेष प्रार्थना सभा

विषय - विश्व प्रकृति संरक्षण दिवस कक्षा - सातवीं ‘अ’
प्रकृति का न करें हरण, आओ बचाएँ पर्यावरण|

वर्तमान में कई प्रजातियाँ, जीव-जन्तु और वनस्पतियाँ विलुप्त होने की कगार पर हैं| इन्हीं विलुप्त होते जीव-जन्तुओं और वनस्पतियों के संरक्षण के उद्देश्य से विश्व प्रकृति संरक्षण दिवस (WORLD NATURE CONSERVATION DAY) की संकल्पना की गई थी|

‘पर्यावरण’ शब्द ‘परि+ आवरण’ से बना है, जिसके अन्तर्गत वायु, जल, भूमि, पेड-पौधे, जीव-जन्तु, मानव व उसकी विविध गतिविधियों के परिणाम आदि सभी का समावेश होता है| विज्ञान के क्षेत्र में असीमित प्रगति तथा नए आविष्कारों की स्पर्धा के कारण आज का मानव प्रकृति पर पूर्णतया विजय प्राप्त करना चाहता है| इस कारण प्रकृति का संतुलन बिगड रहा है| औद्योगिकीकरण और शहरीकरण के कारण प्रकृति का लगातार दोहन हो रहा है| अतः इस पर्यावरण दोहन के कुछ दूरगामी दुष्प्रभाव है, जो अत्यन्त घातक है| स्वच्छ वातावरण, एक शांतिपूर्ण व स्वस्थ जीवन जीने के लिए बहुत आवश्यक है| पर्यावरण के संरक्षण से ही धरती पर जीवन का संरक्षण हो सकता है| इसी बात को ध्यान में रखते हुए विश्व प्रकृति संरक्षण दिवस के उपलक्ष्य पर ‘क्वींस वैली विद्यालय’ के प्रांगण में विशेष प्रार्थना सभा का आयोजन ‘कक्षा- सातवीं अ’ की छात्राओं के द्वारा किया गया| छात्राओं ने एक लघु नाट्यांश के माध्यम से प्रकृति दोहन व प्रकृति संरक्षण के ऊपर प्रकाश डाला| छात्राओं ने ‘पञ्चमहाभूतम्’ गीत पर नृत्य प्रस्तुत करते हुए अपने कार्यक्रम का शुभारम्भ किया| छात्राओं ने नाट्यांश के माध्यम से सबको इस विचार हेतु विवश कर दिया कि यदि प्रकृति का संरक्षण नहीं किया गया तो मंगल ग्रह आदि ग्रहों की तरह धरती का जीवन चक्र भी एक दिन समाप्त हो जाएगा| भावाभिव्यक्ति तथा भाषाभिव्यक्ति के माध्यम से छात्राओं ने इस बात पर भी प्रकाश डाला कि प्रकृति संरक्षण के लिए जन भागीदारी अत्यन्त आवश्यक है| पर्यावरण संबंधी एक गीत पर नृत्य प्रस्तुत करके इस कार्यक्रम का समापन किया गया|

अंत में निष्कर्ष स्वरूप यही कहा जा सकता है कि प्रकृति के संरक्षण के माध्यम से पर्यावरण को बचाया जा सकता है| अगर हमें पर्यावरण की गुणवत्ता में सुधार लाना है तो केवल एक ही उपाय है, सबको सम्मिलित करना|

महात्मा गाँधी ने भी कहा है “पृथ्वी सभी मनुष्यों की ज़रुरत पूरी करने के लिए पर्याप्त संसाधन प्रदान करती है, लालच पूरा करने के लिए नहीं|”

पर्यावरण का रखे ध्यान, तभी बनेगा देश महान|





28.07.16: CLASS IX, PAMPHLET MAKING ON “HEALTHY LIVING”

“A happy mind is a healthy mind, and a healthy mind
is good for the body.”
– Dalai Lama

Good health is true wealth. Good health is not just the absence of diseases, but involves healthy lifestyle, healthy mental attitude, and healthy ways of relating to all living beings and nature. But healthy living ways are harder to develop, though easier to live with. Inculcating healthy ways in our students has been a continuous effort at Queens Valley.

So, we at QVS, organized a ‘Pamphlet Making Competition’ for all the students of class IX on 28th July' 16 as a part of Science and Technology month. The students participated enthusiastically in this competition. The aim of this competition was to develop awareness about healthy habits and ways of living among our students. Their imaginative and artistic skills added an edge to the competition.

The competition was a success. Our queens participated with full zeal and made attractive as well as inspiring pamphlets on the theme given. The event gave them a chance to showcase their skills and encouraged them to follow healthy living habits.

The Winners:
Name Class-Section Position
Ankita Kumari
Ankita Arora
Jaishree
Shaurya Singh Bhadauria
IX B
IX B
IX D
IX D
First Position
Deepti
Harshita Goswami
Arushi Arora
Anushka Kaur
IX D
IX D
IX D
IX D
Second Position
Shreedhara Mishra
Isha
Vaidehi Vats
Dishita Kumari
IX D
IX D
IX B
IX B
Third Position






28.07.16 : PRE-SCHOOL-PRE-PRIMARY PAGE TO STAGE

RHYME RECITATION COMPETITION

Rhymes enjoy an undisputed importance in the life of any kindergarten student. Teaching of nursery rhymes not only develops speaking skills but it also helps children to express their feelings using facial expressions and gestures.

QVS organized ‘Page to Stage’ English Rhyme Recitation Competition for Pre-School on 27th July 2016 and for Pre-Primary on 28th July 2016 to enhance the oratory skills of the Queens. The children charmed their teachers and classmates with their poise and grace. They recited rhymes with confidence and enthralled every one with their articulation and memory skills. It was an excellent opportunity for them to gain confidence through stage exposure. The result of the competition is as follows:-

Pre-School
Name Section Position
Aaradhya Kant
Ashima Vashisht
Aradhya Verma         
Nimisha Lakhmani
Tuhina Soni
Myrah Rana
Anshika Chaturvedi
Rapunzel
Angelina
Ariel
Tinkerbell
Rapunzel
Sarah
Snowwhite
First Position
First Position
Second Position
Second Position
Third Position
Appreciable Performance
Appreciable Performance

Pre-Primary
Name Section Position
Anusha
Tishika Dey
Bhavya Gugnani
Renee Sharma
Kanika
Alice
Cinderella
Goldilocks
Elina
Alice
First Position
First Position
Second Position
Third Position
Third Position






25.07.16: CLASS VIII A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY, TOPIC : PED BACHAO, DHARA SAJAO

To sensitize and mobilize public opinion and to elicit their interest and active support for Saving Trees, the students of class VIII-A organized a special assembly on 25th July 2016. The assembly began with the school prayer conducted melodiously by the queens. After the prayer, the topic of the special assembly was introduced . Our queens showcased the importance of Trees through the medium of a Street Play followed by a song and dance.The street play showcased that cutting trees indiscriminately is not only harming our environment but also the wild animals who are losing their shelters. The assembly concluded with a dance on the song ‘Save Trees’.

The involvement of the students in their different roles encapsulated the learning objective of the assembly.

The assembly fulfilled its purpose to mesmerize the audience and everybody appreciated the efforts put by the students of class VIIIA by giving a huge round of applause.





25.07.16 : MIND OVER MATTER-SCIENCE QUIZ COMPETITION

"I love anything quiz related”

- Natasha Hamilton

A quiz is a form of game or mind sport in which the players (as individuals or in teams) attempt to answer questions correctly. The quizzes evaluate the knowledge, understanding and mental skills of the students irrespective of their ability to express it. In this way the assessment by quizzes is likely to represent the knowledge and understanding of participants in the subject covered by quiz more accurately. Because of large number of question included in the quiz, the performance of participants is less dependent on the probability of question on specific topics. Large number of question in quizzes ensure that the question cover more topics.

Keeping all this in mind, QVS held a science quiz competition-Mind over Matter for class IV. The aim of the competition was to test the knowledge of the students related to science and create more interest for the same. The preliminary round of the competition was held on 15 July 2016. Students selected after the preliminary round took part in the final round on 25 July 2016. The final round had four rounds- identification, rapid fire, MCQ’s and True or False round.

All the participants who took part put their best foot forward. Our Queens participated with great zeal. It was a learning experience for the participants as well as for the audience. The audience too appreciated the efforts of our queens. At the end the winners were announced as mentioned below-

The Winners:
Name Class Position
Agnideeta IV D First Position
Anshika Raj IV D First Position
Manchint Kaur IV D First Position
Nupur Dutt IV D First Position
Amulya Sharma IV B Second position
Anika Gahlot IV B Second Position
Manya  Mehta IV B Second Position
Tanushka Jain IV B Second Position
Guntaas Kaur IV A Third Position
Jiya Yadav IV A Third Position
Shirin Moza IV A Third Position
Uma  Jangra IV A Third Position
Ayana  Singh IV E Third Position
Priyal  Jain IV E Third Position
Rayna  Gandhi IV E Third Position
Vitasta Bakshi IV E Third Position






23.07.16: Science Exhibition “INNOVENTIONS-2016”

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.
Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”

“Science is taught to provide training in and knowledge of Scientific method, which is useful in the life pursuits. So this needs a School base of Science education”. Prof. H.E. Armstrong

Visionaries know the power of perspective. Perspective changes everything. What we feel or think about something can dissolve or flip the other way round just by changing perspective. They are the ones who are willing to use their minds without prejudice and without fear to understand things that clash with customs, privileges or beliefs. New ideas grow in the minds of children. Exhibitions are opportunities where ideas will begin to bloom for the development of the world.

With an Endeavour to promote scientific attitude among budding young students, “INNOVENTIONS” was hosted by Queen’s Valley School on 23rd July The event saw young enthusiastic participants from different classes putting up participatory exhibits comprising of innovative working models ,investigation based projects, showcasing the JOURNEY FROM FIBRE TO FABRIC through summarization, displaying their magic tricks by a magic show (SCIENCE WIZARD)and a COSTUME PARADE (Techno mania) . The exhibits by different students were indeed eye openers on various topics related to Hydroelectricity ,Rain alarms, solar Housing, Hydraulic Lift, Night Lamp, Electric candle, Electric fuse, purification of water by corn cobs. The exhibition was open to parents and they showed keen interest in the work of future scientists. The effort put in by the students were appreciated by all.

The exhibition covered the three main fields in Science, namely- Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It presented the students with a great opportunity to showcase their talent and bring out the ‘Innovator’ and the ‘Inventor, in every young individual.

The principles of scientific inquiry, innovation and experimentation were brought to the forefront by creating exceptionally novel and utilitarian scientific models. The Exhibition was a huge success. Enthusiasm and effervescence overflowed amongst students, their teachers and parents!





21.07.16 : CLASS PRE-SCHOOL-PRE-PRIMARY

GARBAGE TO MASTERPIECE COMPETITION

Oh! What a delight it was to see a novel end product created during the Garbage to Masterpiece competition held in QVS on the 21st of July 2016 for Pre-School and Pre-Primary respectively. It was mesmerizing for the teachers to watch tiny creative hands working steadily to create a masterpiece. The Queens used simple waste products to create amazing new products. Most of them worked on their own and were able to maneuver pearls, bindis, crystal, tooth picks (to name a few things), beautifully to create the first masterpiece of their school life.The result as follows:-

Pre-School
Name Section Position
Preksha Paul
Saanvi Virnave
Aradhya Verma
Shivanya Jain
Zabreen Khan
Asheeta Agrawal
Kanishka
Ariel
Ariel
Ariel
Snowwhite
Snowwhite
Angelina
Tinkerbell
First Position
First Position
Second Position
Second Position
Third Position
Appreciable Performance
Appreciable Performance

Pre-Primary
Name Section Position
Runishka Godara
Saachi Kalra
Ananya Sharma
Jhanvi
Richa Pandey
Kritisha Choudhary         
Anusha Srivastava
Tanirika Sigtia
Sara
Lorean Siddiqui
Tanushka Rana
Goldilocks
Jasmine
Elina
Alice
Elina
Cinderella
Alice
Goldilocks
Goldilocks
Cinderella
Alice
First Position
First Position
First Position
Second Position
Second Position
Second Position
Third Position
Third Position
Appreciable Performance
Appreciable Performance
Appreciable Performance






20.07.16: CLASS VI-XI Inter House Sports Quiz

Life is a Sport, Make it Count.
– Anonymous

Sports activities and interests provide many positive opportunities for children.Good sportsmanship pro¬vides guidelines that can be generalized to classroom and lifelong achievements. Partici¬pation in challenging sports contests teaches children to love classroom challenges. They also teach children to function in a competitive society.

The advantages of participating in a sports quiz are that theynot only help the students to amass ample knowledge and wisdom regarding sports but they can also appreciate the value of researching and learn how to work as teams. Quizzes enable students to think from different angles or simply ‘to think out of the box’ and on ‘their feet’.

Keeping all this in view, an Inter-House Sports Quiz competition was held at Queen’s Valley School, Dwarka for classes VI to XI on 20th July, 2016. The competition was conducted in two rounds. The preliminary round was conducted for all the students. Those who excelled went on to participate in the final round.

The competition was a success as the students participated in it with great zeal and zest.

The Winners for Classes VI-VIII: Integrity House
Name Class-Section
Shagun Thakur VI C
Disha Singh Mehra VII E
Shreya Shakya VIII D

The Winners for Classes IX-XII: Integrity House
Name Class-Section
Prerna Singh IX B
Akshita Yadav X B
Anjali XI B






20.07.16 : CLASS V- INTER CLASS SCIENCE WIZARDS: MAGIC SHOW

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”

- Arthur C. Clarke

The talented princesses of class 5 manifested their flair in the brilliant amalgamation of science with a streak of magic. It was a new and a nifty exposure for the students to explore the virtuosity of magic in the world of science. An interesting competition was organized where the students enjoyed the boring concepts of science with the tang of a magical background….”ABRA-CA-DABRA” and the young magicians performed a plethora of experiments and tricks which were based on mere concepts of elementary science, corroborating the finesse of the eclectic mixture of science and magic. The judges were bedazzled by the impressive performance of the young princesses who showed grace and skill with a tint of dexterity.

The event was successfully conducted on 20th July 2016 and helped the students develop a foresight for the futuristic advancements in the contemporary era. The students enjoyed participating in the competition as much as the judges enjoyed observing it. It was undoubtedly, a very tough decision for the judges due to the tough and healthy competition amongst the young scientists with wizardly saga city. Of course, there were some who outdid and excelled in the competition.

The winners:
Name Class-Section Position
Gunjan Ahuja
Akansha
V A
V D
First Position
First Position
Anvika Dhillon
Ria Sharma
V B
V F
Second Position
Second Position
Riya Yadav
Ditya Kaushal
Akhila Mulukutla
V A
V C
V E
Third Position
Third Position
Third Position






18.07.16: Class VI Inter Class Innoventions – A Scrutiny of Science

"Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done."
- Robert A. Heinlein

With a view to encourage and inculcate a scientific temper amongst students, QVS conducted an Inter-Class Model/Project Making Competition as part of ‘Science and Technology Month’ on 18July, 2016 for students of Class VI. It was a platform for the students to exhibit, share and display their passion for science through interaction with peers and audiences.

During the competition, students got an exposure to various hand-on-activities around the scientific concepts. As the studentsemulatyed like scientists while demonstrating the projects using scientificprinciples, they learnt the values of inquiry, logic, critical analysis and experimentation.

The competition saw enthusiastic participants putting up their projects and models comprising of innovative working models like ‘Cranky Skipper’, ‘Electronic Candle’, ‘ Water Fountain’, Simple Toy boat’, ‘Electric Fan’ and ‘ Marker Pen Torch’.

With an endeavor to promote scientific attitude among budding young students, this competition was one of its kind. It was great learning experience for all.

The Winners:
Name Class-Section Position
Palak
Muskaan Malhotra
Vani Jhingan
Riya Yadav
Darshdeep Kaur
Srishti Verma
VI A
VI B
VI C
VI D
VI E
VI F
    First Position
Devika Bisht
Palak Yadav
Anima
Udita Das
Anushka Singh
Piyavi Ghosh
VI A
VI B
VI C
VI D
VI E
VI F
Second position
Kanak Gahlot
Sakshi Krishnamurthy
Shreen Sharma
Navya Kumar
Bhavya Mahlotra
Shambhavi
VI A
VI B
VI C
VI D
VI E
VI F
Third Position






18.07.16 : CLASS III INTER CLASS TECHNO MANIA COSTUME PARADE

Technology is best when it brings people together.

- Matt Mullenweg

We, at QVS, believe that the importance of technology in this rapid changing world is undeniable. This is due to the fact that in today’s dynamic world, life without technology is meaningless. Therefore, QVS organised a competition ‘Techno Mania’, a costume parade, for children of class III to give them an opportunity to unleash the creative spark in them and come up with the most unconventional and ingenious conceptions on technology, spun with their wit and imagination.

Children grabbed this opportunity to showcase the pinnacle of their potential at the Techno Mania - costume parade held on 18th July. Their passion for science and technology manifested itself in the form of zealous participation.Through this competition students gained knowledge and the audience and the judges were left mesmerized by the young students who walked the ramp in the most gorgeous dresses ever seen.

The Winners:
Name Class-Section Position
Siona Vatsayan III B First Position
Bhoomi Singh
Sweekriti
III D
III G
Second Position
Second Position
Avni Nagesh
Krittika Bhardwaj
III A
III D
Third Position
Third Position






15.07.16 : L’il Picasso Colouring Competition

“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those
which love colour the most”

Colouring is all about fun and self expression. QVS organized the L’il Picasso Colouring Competition for the queens of Classes I and II on Friday, 15th July,2016 with the aim to enhance the creativity, eye hand co‐ordination and self expression. Our queens looked pretty busy in their own world of colours and concepts. During the Competition, the queens explored their imagination while choosing the colours of their choice to colour the given pictures. They created a vibrant atmosphere and gave meaning to the phrase “Colour in a picture is like the enthusiasm in life.” The result was a kaleidoscope of colours and strokes. The enthusiasm shown by all the participants was mesmerising. Their effort and participation was appreciated by all.

The best performers are-
Name Section
Rupali Yadav Daffodil
Mansi Gahlot Daisy
Manvi Yadav Tulip
Arnisha Ganguly Lily
Arshiya Gupta Marigold
Vaibhavi Orchid

Name Section
Anaya Aggarwal Blueberry
Ashlesha Kharb Cherryberry
Harshika Aggarwal Huckleberry
Rhythm Sirohi Mulberry
Anweshaa Bhardwaj Raspberry
Saanvi Bhadwal Strawberry







14.07.16 : CLASS VII Inter Class – SCIENCE CONSPETUS: Summarization Competition

Summarisation is a performing art, an outlet for self-expression, and a way of learning. It is an effective learning tool because it involves the student intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally. It helps to develop the creative potential in the participants and develops critical thinking skills. It provides students with an outlet for emotions, thoughts, and dreams that they might not otherwise have means to express. A student can, if only for a few moments, become another, explore a new role, try out and experiment with various personal choices and solutions to very real problems-problems from their own life, or problems faced by characters in literature or historical figures.

“Science is the poetry of reality.”
Anonymous

As part of the same goal to infuse minds of pupils with the practical dimension of the learning process, an Inter class – SCIENCE CONSPECTUS :Summarisation competition was organised for class VII on 14 JULY, 2016. Each class had to summarize the science chapter ‘Fibre to Fabric’. They learnt from each other through discussions and observation of each other’s performances. In the summarization, they used different props, which made it creative and captivating.The winners were selected through a gruelling process of judgement and were judged on the basis of content, stage presence, diction, intonation and props. The students performed with utmost zeal, and it proved to be a learning experience for them. It was an excellent display of talent and creativity. We hope that the contribution, sensitization, enthusiasm and awareness generated by our queens would encourage others in developing a scientific temperament as well. The children enjoy summarizing a topic using their gestures and body movements. This gave them a platform wherein they learn the lesson during the class without getting bored.

The Winners:
Class-Section Position
VII A
(All the Students)
First Position






14.07.16 : CLASS VIII INTER CLASS SLOGAN SINGERS: SLOGAN WRITING COMPETITION

“To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”

- Buddha

Many of us do not realize, and often underestimate the importance of good health. Health, as they say, is wealth. However, health is not only about alleviating and being free from physical aspects of health. Exercise is extremely important to stay healthy both in body and mind.

Therefore, Queen's Valley School organized an Inter‐Class “Slogan Writing” competition for all the students of class VIII on 14th July' 16 as a part of Science and Technology month.

Each section of class VIII was given a different topic to display their ideas and creativity.

The topics given were - Go Organic, Know Your Nutrients, Healing Herbs; Junk the Junk Food and Fitness First.

The competition was held in their respective classrooms. Students wrote very attractive slogans on the given topics using a myriad of colours, chart papers and other decorative materials. All the students were quite imaginative and creative. The event not only gave them 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:
Name Class-Section Position
Sania Kataria VIII B First Position
Bhavya Saxena VIII D Second Position
Mehak Yadav VIII A Third Position






14.07.16: Sally Ride EarthKAM workshop

Astronomy Club students were given a unique scientific opportunity that enabled them to participate in a space mission through the Sally Ride EarthKAM (Earth Knowledge Acquired by Middle school students) Project, a NASA-sponsored education programme on 14th July 2016. Under this program, experts explained about the International Space Station (ISS) and EarthKAM projects and guided the participants to select a location of interest through the EarthKAM web interface, and then submit the request for photos.

Astronomy Club students got the opportunity to control a digital camera on board the International Space Station (ISS), and photograph locations of their choice on Earth from the perspective of space. During the process they gained exposure of tools such as Google Earth, and learnt about orbital mechanics and mapping.

Participants were fascinated after this workshop and felt a part of a real space mission. For many, being a part of this workshop was a once in a life time experience and they were excited to explore more about space and satellite missions. Students were enthralled to receive photographs especially clicked by ISS for them!





13.07.16 : SPACE Explorers Workshop on Rocket 1, 2, 3... Go!

A workshop named “Rocket 1, 2, 3... Go!” was conducted in Queen’s Valley School on July 14, 2016 for students of grade 1 and 2. 84 Students attended this workshop. The duration of the workshop was 90 minutes.

In this workshop, Students came to know about the concept of action and through various activities. Through a simple balloon this principle was introduced to them, without actually stating the same.

They, then, recapitulated the concept while playing various games employing different gadgets like balloon rocket, balloon car, straw spinner and straw rocket in the spirit of competition.

Learning Outcomes of the workshop:
1. Students realised that rocket is a space vehicle.
2. Students learned about the concept of Newton’s Third Law of law of motion i.e. action-reaction principle without actually stating it but through activity.
3. This principle was reinstated when they participated in various competitions like balloon rocket race, straw rocket race, balloon car race spinner activity with these gadgets working on Newton’s 3rd law.





13.07.16 : WORKSHOP ON SMART VOCABULARY: MENMONIC USAGE AND FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH

One forgets words as one forgets names. One's vocabulary needs constant fertilizing or it will die.
- Evelyn Waugh

Human memory, in its limited ephemeral state, allows for the retention and storage of only limited vocabulary concepts, the ones which get processed over a period of time through usage and modification. In such a competitive scenario wherein deliverance of sophisticated vocabulary has become not just a norm but also a prerequisite for survival, it is significant to introduce innovative techniques of language learning. The contemporary times require not the application of gargantuan idioms to fabricate intelligence but the employment of interesting methods and techniques to incorporate meaningful vocabulary usage located beyond the limitations of prescriptive language teaching and learning.

To enable students to imbibe eloquent, yet simplified vocabulary in their regular language usage, Queen’s Valley School organized a WOWCABULARY building workshop by Ms. Neha Wahi, certified behavioural trainer and specialist in Linguistics, Psychology, people and processes. The event took place on July 13 2016 in the Cultural Hall wherein a variety of innovative techniques were employed by the resource person to equip students to learn language through use of mnemonics, audio- visual support aid, hinglish and etymology.Mnemonics is a linguistic system such as a pattern of letters, ideas, or associations which assists in memory retention of useful terms and concepts.

The students participated enthusiastically and understood the significance of manifesting effective oratory skills through simply drawing the practical ingredient from the field of entertainment. The workshop helped them to look at language learning differently and reasserted the importance of effective language usage as a preparation into the larger urban world.





CLASS PRE-NURSERY – PRE-PRIMARY, LI’L PICASSO COLOURING COMPETITION

Colouring is all about fun and self expression. Little hands at work look pretty, holding a crayon, busy in their own world of colours and concepts.

Each one gives a different meaning to the picture in front of the eyes. That is how the princesses of Pre -School and Pre-Primary appeared, as they filled colours in the picture during the Li’l Picasso Colouring Competition held in QVS on 11.07.16. The aim of the competition was to give an opportunity to the children to showcase their colouring skills. The li’l queens took their time and did not seem to be in a hurry to complete the colouring.The theme of the competition was Flags of different countries for Pre-Primary and Cartoon Characters for Pre—Nursery and Pre-School. The result as follows:-

Pre-Nursery
Name Section Position
Drishti Yadav
Anvita Baranwal
Edhita Malik
Ashima
Thumbelina
Thumbelina
Thumbelina
Thumbelina
First Position
Second Position
Third Position
Third Position

Pre-School
Name Section Position
Kritika
Angie Dev
Angel
Angelina
Angelina
Sarah
First Position
Second Position
Third Position

Pre-Primary
Name Section Position
Diksha Pal
Anushka Dey
Richa Pandey
Janya Daita
Jasmine
Goldilocks
Elina
Cinderella
First Position
Second Position
Third Position
Third Position

 


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