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Nitika Thakur of class VIII has brought accolades to her alma mater by achieving 2nd position in the CBSE Zonal level Roller Skating Championship held at Kailash Bahl DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Chandigarh. Nikita, the skating champ, thus qualified for CBSE National Roller Skating Championship in the Under 19 age group and has got a chance to show her mettle now at the national level.

Nikita attributes her success to her parent’s support and the constant guidance being provided at QVS, adding that the key to success is hard work. We are proud of you queen and wish you ‘roll’ to success all your life!

30.09.2010: Ramayan Retold

Ramlila has become an integral part of our culture, overtime. To give the Queens a feel of the festival of Dussehra Queen’s Valley School organised a special assembly before closing down for Common Wealth Games & Dussehra holidays.

The premises resounded with the chants of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ when Li’l Queens of Class 3 performed an exuberant special assembly on account of Dussehra. The assembly was organized to give the Queens a glimpse of Complete Ramayan, enabling them to come closer to the historical roots of Indian culture.

The participants displayed splendid skills on stage & kept the audience enthralled. The performance was highly applauded & praised unanimously by all.

25.09.2010: A Refreshing Experience ‘For Real’

QVS teachers got an opportunity to let their hair down on 25th September when a special screening of multi-award winner, Sona Jain movie ‘For Real’ was organised for them. The movie offered an insight into a child’s innocent mind and depicted the world through her eyes. The movie very beautifully delivered the message that a child’s mind is like wet clay which can be moulded into any shape and therefore the adults should be sensitive towards their feelings and perceptions of the world.

The movie ‘For Real’ left the teachers richer in terms of their understanding of the child psyche. It was a deeply affecting and sensitive film.

22.09.2010 – Inter-class Model Making Competition

Once more the slogan for R4 initiative echoed through the corridors of QVS. Queen’s Valley organised a Model Making competition on 22.09.10 to judge the creative hands of its queens. The queens were given an insight into the importance of adopting the R4 way i.e. in the form of a competition on “Best out of waste’. Under this competition queens were asked to make something good and useful out of waste. Some used thermocol, some used clay, but those who used waste won the race.

The results were as follows:

Position Name Class
I Vidhi Bhatnagar III C
II Shubhangi Malhotra III A
III Alankriti Aggarwal III B

21.09.2010 - English Calligraphy Competition

Writing skills form the foundation of our education and good handwriting is an advantage for life. It helps the children to improve their gross and fine motor skill and also improves their eye and hand coordination. In sync with the same QVS organised an English Calligraphy Competition for the students of classes I and II on 21.09.2010. The students wrote the perfect strokes of English alphabet in Marion Richardson script. All the students were excited to showcase the best of their handwriting. The competition witnessed an enthusiastic participation by the students.

The judgment was done on the basis of good hand writing, accurate script and correct spellings

The winners of the competition are:

Name Class
Charu Upadhyay I Daisy
Laavanya I Lily
Dharna Sharma I Daffodil

Name Class
Manya Negi II Strawberry
Shefali Singh II Raspberry
Anusha Gaur II Raspberry

15.09.2010 – Event Reporting Competition: Common Wealth Games

‘A reporter acts as a true medium of contact between the event/ incident and the viewers’. To help our students imbibe this notion and lay a foundation of democratic training, QVS organised an EVENT REPORTING COMPETITION on 15.09.10 for class IV students on the topic ‘CWG Preparation – Reporting live from Delhi’. The competition turned out to be an interesting and fun filled one as students made use of props like masks, cameras etc. The audience was left in splits watching the innovative and myriad ideas which the queens exhibited on the topic

The result is as under:

Position Name Class
I Nalini Singh & Mohita Dalal IV A
II Jahnavi Mathur & Trischa Gupta IV A
III Shreya Singh & Khushi Joshi IV B

15.09.2010 - Computers : Transforming society and shaping the future

Computers have made our lives simple and very convenient by fulfilling our needs at the click of a mouse. Web designing is the skill of creating presentations of content that are delivered to an end-user through the World Wide Web.

A web page designing competition was organized for classes VIII and IX. The queens dazzled the audience by their informative web pages created using HTML. They simply poured in the best of their knowledge and creativity in the magnificent web pages which included text, images, sounds and other contents. Innovative ideas were used for describing the preparation of commonwealth games.

The oncoming nineteenth Commonwealth Games were well depicted with lifelike pictures of Aquatics, Athletics, Badminton, Bowls, Boxing, Cycling, Gymnastics, Hockey, Shooting, Squash, Table Tennis and Weightlifting. The queens were praised for their strenuous efforts which left an indelible mark on everybody’s mind.

The results are as follows:

Position Name Home
1st Nitya Khare Truth
2nd Shefali Chakrawarty Integrity
3rd Apurvi Dwivedi Courage

14.09.2010 – Every Finger Told a Tale

Story telling is magic and fun where painted trees and flowers grow and laughter rings fortissimo and treachery is sweetly done. Using a puppet to tell a story is a wonderful technique that can lead children to discover the joy of literature and learning. A puppet is a figurine manipulated on a miniature stage or background by an operator who usually speaks the dialogues. This competition has been designed to meliorate the creativity, spontaneity, oratory and artistic skills of our li’l queens. Around 150 girls participated in the competition and were divided into 3 groups, Pre-primary, Class I and Class II. The children confidently narrated their stories in English and received a standing applause for the same. They were appreciated for their courage to come forward and narrate the stories at the dais.

Our li’l queens were able to win hearts all around and the session was a great success.

The winners of the competition are:


Position Name Class
1st Devika Bisht Alice
2nd Divsheen Kaur Goldilocks
3rd Vani Jhingan Mermaidia

Class I

Position Name Class
1st Bhanavi Maurya Daffodils
2nd Chinmayee Sharma Tulip
3rd Spreeha Garg Daisy

Class II

Position Name Class
1st Ayushi Dwivedi Mulberry
2nd Manya Negi Strawberry
3rd Tanisha Rana Blueberry

14.09.2010 - PowerPoint - A "One-Stop-Shop"

When it comes to the world of education, PowerPoint plays a key role in a child’s learning process from a very early stage. PowerPoint and education are like two rivers flowing on the same plain contributing to each other. Power point enhances the oral presentation and keeps the audience hooked on to the subject. PowerPoint has a sort of fascination to it that transcends mere words and pictures and adds life to them.

An interclass Power point Presentation competition, on account of Australia Day, was organized for classes VI and VII. Impressive power point presentations, which included the mesmerizing picnic spots, the breath taking pictures of fireworks and celebrations at Sydney, were prepared by the Queens. Prominent places like Sydney and Sydney Harbour were also shown.

The presentation was made even more remarkable as children highlighted the history of Australia Day which is an official public holiday in every state and territory of Australia, and is marked by the bestowal of Order of Australia and Australian of the Year awards, along with an address by the Prime Minister. The efforts of the queens were lauded and appreciated unanimously by all those present.

The results are as follows:

Position Name Home
1st Sukhmani Courage
2nd Riya Gupta Truth
3rd Indira Dasan Integrity

10th – 12th Sept 2010 - Emerging Skating Champions!

Yes…! We did it once again! Another feather in the QVS cap was added by the little skaters who brought laurels to the school by bagging no less than 34 medals in the Roller Sports Olympic 2010 organised by Skates World Society, held at Dwarka Sports Complex, Sec-11 from 10th – 12th September 2010. Among a Swarm of more than 400 participants from all over Delhi and NCR, 19 Queens of QVS performed zestfully. Tamanna Hooda a dynamic student of class I Daffodils ‘held her head high’ with two gold medals and one silver medal. The show was enchanting as the little Skaters rolled over to exhibit their sporting skills.


S.No. Student’s Name Class No. of Medals
1. Tamanna Hooda I 2 Gold
1 Silver
2. Narayani Pathak I 1 Bronze
3. Tanya Gautam V 2 Bronze
4. Prakriti Jhingran VI 2 Bronze
5. Anshu Sharma VI 2 Silver
1 Bronze
6. Mahima Chakma VI 2 Silver
1 Bronze
7. Monika Sharma VI 1 Silver
2 Bronze
8. Akshika VI 1 Silver
2 Bronze
9. Muskan Yadav VII 1 Gold
1 Silver
1 Bronze
10. Deepali Gautam VII 2 Silver
1 Bronze
11. Muskan Yadav VII 3 Bronze
12. Nikita Thakur VIII 1 Bronze
13. Parul Adhikari VIII 1 Gold
1 Silver
14. Bhuvna Banerjee VIII 1 Silver
1 Bronze

03.09.2010 - District Interact Leadership Assembly – 2010

A District Interact Leadership Assembly organised by the Rotary Club of Delhi South East at Apeejay School, Sheikh Sarai evolved as a successful and motivational meet in the direction of honing latent leadership qualities of our young generation. Never lagging behind, QVS displayed an active participation under the leadership of elected member Ms. Tanmaya Murthy.

The meet was addressed by two eminent members of the society i.e. Dr. Ms. Kiran Bedi, the first Lady IPS of India and Dr. Arindam Chaudhary, the famous management guru. Both the speakers enthralled the audience with their flamboyant style and shared a lot of tips on overcoming fears of life. They emphasized on a fearless development of a student’s personality rather than bound in the shackles of tensions, worries and pressure.

An overall interactive and inspiring session was witnessed by the students.

04.09.2010 - Teacher’s Day Celebration

What is this life, if full of care,
we have no time to stand and stare?

QVS gave its teachers a day out from their busy lives on 4th September by celebrating Teacher’s Day. The teachers got an opportunity to let their hair down at the celebration.

Queen’s of class IX organized a special programme for their teachers and felicitated them with unique titles. Continuing the spirit interesting and fun filled get together was organized which saw teachers participating vivaciously in various games and cheering out for each other. The winners were given loud rounds of applause.

Mr. Anil Sachdeva, honorary member of the QVS Managing Committee applauded the teachers for their efforts and stressed upon the changing role of a modern day teacher from a ‘guru’ to a motivator and mentor. The celebration ended on a note of gaiety and joy.

01.09.2010 - JANMASHTAMI

‘Haathi Ghoda Palki Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki’

On 1st September QVS resounded with the echoes of Lord Krishna’s name. The Li’l Princesses of Class I Daffodils presented a mesmerizing and beautiful skit on Lord Krishna’s birth and his life. They came dressed up as Krishna and Radha in vibrant colours and set the mood for the celebration. The spectators were so enthralled and involved that they also became a part of the celebration by singing and humming along with the princesses.
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