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Ghps India Gate Holiday Homework Bingo



How lucky I am to have something that
makes saying goodbye so hard.

- Alan Alexander Milne

The spirit of cohesion and immortality of human relationships, as exemplified by Winnie the Pooh continues to inspire posterity and adds meaning to the very idea of change and mobility. Farewell ceremonies expose one to the manifold opportunities available outside the ambit of one’s limited experience and help one to outgrow amomentaryweakness and teach an indispensable life lesson.

With an aim to keep the spirit alive in the hearts of students and teach them the importance of traditions and legacy, Queen’s Valley School organised the annual farewell ceremony for the outgoing batch of class XII on January 30th, 2016. Keeping in tune with the spirit of the Hawan ceremony organized the previous day, the ceremony began in great excitement and merriment as class XII students dressed up to their glamorous best and were given agrand welcome at the red carpet. With a shower of flowers and sweet welcoming words from class XI students, they were ushered in by volunteers asking them variety of questions pertaining to their feelings and excitement for the day’s events.

The formal proceedings began withthe cultural programmes by the students of class XI. The musical skit titled My School Lifewas the highlight of the day wherein the crests and troughs in the lives of the students were depicted on stage in a humorous manner. As the Principal gave mementoes, class photographs, school magazines and titles to the class XII students, she congratulated them for their achievements and offered her blessings for a bright future.

As the day’s events drew to a close, the students felt desperate to hold on to the last few precious moments of togetherness. As they felt empowered to face the world with dignity and confidence, they left their views on the school Graffiti Wall and immortalized the moment.The efforts of class XI were appreciated by all as they succeeded in making the day a memorable one for their seniors.


Mathematics and art are related in a variety of ways. Mathematics has itself been described as an art motivated by beauty. Artists have used mathematics since the fifth century BC. Popular claims have been made for the use of golden ratio in art and architecture.

Queens of class IX participated with full vigor in ‘Printmart- Mathematical art’ an attempt to portray mathematical art on handkerchiefs on 29 January 2016.Beautiful and innovative mathematical designs were created by the students on handkerchiefs. The designs constructed by the queens reflect their analytical and creative bent of mind.

Despite the initial obstacles faced by the students in painting mathematical designs on handkerchief, their participation in huge numbers with great enthusiasm is appreciable.

The following are the winners of the competition:



Welcome to the 21st century, to the Modern India with all its technological advancements from world class airports, metro-rails, etc. to mobile phones, internet, etc. India has come a long way since its independence 60 years ago. Today we have the best doctors, engineers, architects and teachers.

But wait, is India really a modern country? Is it really a 21st century country? Caste-system is still prevalent here. Half of our population lives in poverty and is uneducated. There are only 933 girls left per 1000 boys. Parents don’t want to raise a girl child fearing that they will not be able to save enough money for her dowry and education. Female infanticide is at an all-time high. We are struggling to provide safety to our girls.

On 28th January 2016, class VI- C presented a special assembly on the topic ‘Save Girl Child’. The students showcased how women are important for the survival of mankind-without a girl child, boy child can never take birth in this world. Then why is their violence against women and the girl child. Why do they want to kill the girl child before taking birth in her mother’s womb. They answered all the above questions and highlighted the importance of saving the girl child. Students also spread a social message of eradicating female feticide from society.

The students began the day by reciting the school prayer which was followed by the English, Hindi, Sanskrit and French thoughts. English news, GK facts and jokes also comprised a part of the assembly. Thereafter, the students dramatized a short skit on the day’s theme wherein they enacted various roles and laid stress on howgirls are truly the pillars of the society. A small girl child can be a good daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother and other good relations in the future.They also enacted the hollowness of the world where there are no women through a dance performance on the popular song ‘O re chiraya, nanni si chidiya’. The Queens laid special stress on how everyone can help removing this evil from our society. At the climax of the skit, the students highlighted the message that if we want to make our future bright, we first have to save our daughters. We have to give equal treatment to both son and daughter to make our lives fruitful.They gave another excellent dance performance on the song ‘Mujhe kya bechega rupaiya”- which truly captured the spirit of this message. Queens ended their assembly with dance performance on the song ‘Ye betiyon to maaon ki raaniyan hain”and spread the message that in our country where women are worshipped in the form of various Goddesses, we have to stand up and strive to change the society.It was a commendable performance by the young queens and an enriching experience for the audience. The special assembly ended with the National Anthem.

28.01.16 : CLASS V Report Live Sudoku

QVS celebrated Mathematics Week. As a part of it, Live Sudoku competition was organized for class V.

Sudoku is a kind of mathematical puzzle which helps the learner to use skills like logical reasoning and analysis. It involves dealing with variable inputs at one time. It also involves the method of forming hypothesis to verify the solution.

On 9th Dec the prelim round for Sudoku Storey was conducted for class V. In the Prelim round students were given a 9 × 9 Sudoku to solve. All the students participated with zeal and enthusiasm.

Students selected in the Prelim round went to the final round which was conducted on 28th Jan. Selected students were given a higher level Sudoku to solve. Student who solved the Sudoku correctly in the least possible time were selected as the winners.

It was enjoyable learning experience for all!

The winners are:-

27.01.16 : Mathematics - Quiz

“The difference between the poet and the mathematician is that the poet tries to get his head into the heavens while the mathematician tries to get the heavens into his head.”

― G.K. Chesterton

Mathematics helps us to develop all our intellectual powers like power of imagination, memorization, observation, invention, concentration, originality, creativity, logical thinking and systematized reasoning.

A Mathematics Quiz will enhance the mathematical concepts by practicing in the most natural ways. It is an open challenge to the faculties of the mind and a systematic and organized exercise for one’s mental health.

In order to enable students to effectively utilize their fun time.So, the month January 2016 was celebrated as Mathematical month in Queen’s Valley School. Mathionare - Maths Quiz for class III and IV, an Inter Class Mathematics Quiz was organized.

The Preliminary Round was held wherein the students were asked the questions based on logical reasoning and basic mathematical concepts.

The final competition was contested among six teams consisting of 2 students each from Class III and IV. The quiz consisted of multiple rounds some of which were as follows:
The students participated in the activity with great interest and enthusiasm. It was an amazing experience for the students, the audience and the teachers.



“Success is based on learning and incredible curiosity.”

In an attempt to discourage rote learning and to develop logical reasoning in the minds of our queens, Mathematical week was organized in Queen’s Valley School in the month of January 2016.

During the Mathematical week, “Rendezvous with numbers- A mathematical crossword” was organized on 27th January 2016 to boost the brain power of the queens of the class X. The competition was conducted at 2 levels- Preliminary Round and Final Round. Students selected in preliminary round went for the final round.

The Preliminary test consisted of a crossword based on logical reasoning and syllabus of the respective class. The final competition was contested through series of crosswords based on algebra, calculation skills and a number challenge.

The winners:
Class X:
NameClass Position
Lavanya SinghX AI
Gunjan KakkarX DII
Charvi X BIII

This activity helped the students to enhance their logical and critical thinking and decision making skills. It involved mind sensory mechanics, perception and cognition.

Students participated in the activity with great interest and enthusiasm. It was an amazing experience for the students.

25.01.16 : CLASS VII Bingo- Mathematical Tambola Report

For the things of this world cannot be made known without a knowledge of mathematics.

― Roger Bacon

The students of QVS showcased their mathematical ability through various competitions. To hone the thinking skills of students ‘Bingo-Mathematical Tambola’ was held for the students of Class VII. The girls took keen interest and participated enthusiastically in the competition.

The Prelim round was held on 14th December and the Final round was held in 25th January. In the Final Round , the selected students were given a 5x5 Bingo sheet each with numbers written in them. A set of questions were given to all. The students who gave the maximum number of correct answers in the stipulated time span were considered the winners.

It was an enjoyable learning experience for all!

Ashwarya JhaVII EFirst Position
Ipsha SinghVII ESecond Position
Shreyshi SinghVII DThird Position

22.01.16 : Republic Day Celebration with Annual Sports Meet

Win as if you were used to it, lose as if you enjoyed it for a change’.

- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Annual Sports Day is an important event in the calendar of every school. Apart from commemorating victories, sports meets also aim at imparting lessons on sportsman spirit and camaraderie to children.

Queen’s Valley School organized the Annual Sports Meet 2015-16 and Republic Day Celebrations on 22nd January 2016 at the school grounds. Its objective was to develop in the students a sporting spirit, a venue to display their physical prowess and gain hands on experience of organising a sports day. A plethora of sports events took place in which the contestants involved themselves in the true spirit of sportsmanship truly justifying the theme : India- Unleashing the Power Within.

The glittering opening ceremonycommenced with the arrival of the Chief Guests escorted by the smartly attired Guard of Honour consisting of the NCC wing of the school.Undoubtedly, the most solemn part of the ceremony was the ‘Relay of the Torch’ by the school’s noteworthy sportspersons.The event was followed by the hoisting of the flag by our esteemed Chairman, ShriS.K.Sachdeva who declared the sports meet open.

The students displayed a wide array of colourful events such as Yoga, Aerobics, Drill, Skating and Basketball and the Grand Final‘We are the Queens Of QVS’. Interspersed among these were a mesmerizing and colourful drill by the students of class VIII, an extremely synchronized aerobics display and a heart-stopping gymnastics display.Yoga and formation of pyramids was done by class VI and VII students. Drill of dumb bells was done by class VIII studentswho were brimming with enthusiasm and sportsmanship.They mesmerised the audience with their energetic performances. Achievers of the session 2014-15 were also felicitated during the Prize Distribution.

The school playground was filled with great zeal and excitement.

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Vigilance Awareness Week-2017

Dwarka international school observed “Vigilance Awareness Week-2017” from 30thOctober, 2017 to 4th November, 2017. The theme of this year’s VAW was “My Vision-Corruption free India”. The organization believes that Corruption is the biggest enemy of the country. It is , therefore, imperative that every citizen must be sensitized and motivated to take steps to eradicate corruption.
The VAW week commenced with the “Integrity Pledge” taking ceremony by all the members of DIS family. Children of classes IXth and Xth participated enthusiastically in “Essay Writing Competition” for the topic “Role of Citizens in Making India a Corruption Free Country” and Poster Making Competition for “Corruption Free India” and “Anti-Corruption”.
During the Vigilance awareness week, children presented their views on how we can make our Country Corruption free. We believe that observing such days/weeks are very much necessary to make all the citizens aware of the importance of living a life in peace and harmony.

Prize Distribution by Tejaswini Classes

The students of classes 10th and 12th were awarded with prizes and certificates for their commendable achievement in the quiz competition on Swach Bharat Abhiyan conducted by the Tejaswi Classes. Ms. Shashi Prabha Pathak, District Secretary Najafgarh, BJP graced the occasion along with the management team of Tejaswi classes. Ms. Pathak motivated the students to make extended efforts in keeping the surroundings clean. The ceremony started with the auspicious lamp lighting followed by a welcome song and Ganesh Vandana. The little champs of DIS, mesmerized the guests with their partiotic performances. The vice- chairperson, Ms. Sangeeta Chaudhary along with the principal Ms. Poonam Jha gave away the certificates and trophies to the winners.


Dwarka International School believes in pollution free celebration of festivals. For this cause Dwarka International School organized rally on crackers free Diwali to be celebrated all over in India. The rally was conducted by the students of class ix and Department of Social Science for the awareness against harmful crackers. The rally was organized near the school and covered the societies nearby it.
It was very informative and effective rally where the massage was given properly of celebrating pollution free Diwali.

Global Generation Video Conference on
“Essentials of dialogue: power and influence”

The video conference was held at DIS on 4th October, 2017. Apart from us two International schools also participated. The topic was “Essentials of dialogue: power and influence”  the  facilator Jodi Ide started the VC by asking the students about the people who have influenced  their lives. She initiated the VC with a question to bring out the best of the students. She made the students participate actively and contribute their own personal experiences. The VC helped the students understand the essentials of dialogue and how dialogue has a great influence over people’s lives in today’s world. The students came up and shared their point of views. Every student participated in a wholesome manner and shared their perceptions. They also learnt the various aspects in which our lives are influenced and how we can influenced other people’s lives. There was also a discussion on social media and how it influences our lives, the precautions that people should take while indulging in social networking.

We take the opportunity to thank the face to Faith Foundation for conducting this VC. This will leave an everlasting impact on the children and it would help them in building their characters

Generation Global Face to Faith Video Conference on Identity

The students of DIS, got the opportunity to share their thoughts on the topic “Identity” with the students of Mahatma Montessori School, Baba building Madurai, and Kulachi Hansraj Model School, Delhi through video conference. The VC was held on August 22, 2017 i.e. Tuesday. All the three schools were online at 1:00 pm (IST).

The facilitator of the VC was Ms. Pupjana Kole, Egypt. The dialogue started with the question-What do you mean by identity? The students of all three schools expressed their views to define the term identity. Tarini, Ankit, Ansh and Alaukik of Dis shared their opinion on the topic. After the definition, facilitator opened up the question round. Students asked many questions from each other’s spoken content. Raima, Aprajitha, Komal, Isha and Vivek of DIS asked the following questions- Is it necessary to change our identity for others? How can we earn identity? What are the various dimensions of identity? How can a person teach his/her identity to others? How a body language determines the identity? etc. Many students intervened in a respectful way, some in agreement and some in disagreement.

The VC took a turn, when Pupjana asked students to sum up their identity in just three words. This was an interesting round as students came to know about each other’s unique quality. It became a motivating session when students were asked to share about, what make them proud of their identity and how it has helped them to be successful in their own field? After, all the sharing it was the time for some more questions. Students participated very enthusiastically in this round as well.

Finally during the reflection, Komal of DIS shared her learning from the entire session. She specially mentioned that from today’s session she had learnt that, “We all are unique and we don’t have to change ourselves for others, until unless it may cause harm to them”. Raima of DIS expressed her gratitude to the organizers and teachers for providing the platform to share her views with her peers.

This VC made the students aware about the uniqueness of every individual and how can this unique capability help us to overcome the difficult situations in our life?

The facilitator thanked all the participants, teachers and congratulated everyone for having a delightful and interactive session.

Generation Global Face to Faith Video Conference on Wealth, Charity and Poverty

It is very a amazing experience for the students of our school, that they got the opportunity to share their thoughts on the topic “ Wealth, Charity and Poverty” with the students of City Montessori School, Gomti Nagar Campus II, St. Marks Sr. Sec. School, Meera Bagh and N K Bagrodia Public School, Rohini through video conference. The VC was held on August 9, 2017 i.e. Wednesday. All the four schools become online at 12:00 noon (IST).

The discussion started with the facilitator, Lorenzo Raffio’s question – What do you feel special and unique about your school? The students of all the schools expressed their views on the question asked. After that different types of wealth were discussed. Student came up with very different aspects of wealth – spiritual, materialistic, health, time, environment, friendship, happiness, talent and peace. A girl from CMS believed that Mother Earth is the only planet where life is possible, so environment is the best wealth. A student from St. Marks believed that time is only wealth because everyone gets 24 hours, but it depends how we use that time. Sanya Negi from DIS strongly supported materialistic wealth as she said no one is born crimainal, it is lack of money that makes a person induldge in anti social activities.

Then the discussion moved to the topic Charity and Raima from DIS quoted that “Smile is the best charity, if you have nothing to give”. Students from other schools kept their point of views. One child believed that imparting talent is the best charity. Some favoured giving your time to someone is the best thing that we can do for others.

Then discussion then moved to the social actions undertaken by the students at school or in their community. Students discussed about the visit to orphanages, old age homes, Street plays to spread awareness. Initiatives like Behtar India, Goonj, Parivartan, Joy of giving week, planting of saplings, aid to flood affected areas of Uttrakhand etc. Some even mentioned about the imparting of some skills and talent to the less fortunate people of the society. Most importantly they were proud to help others by spreading happiness among them.

After all this conversation Mr. Lorenz put up a question that can a good religious person be rich?
Ankit from DIS did not support this statement and illustrated his answer with facts about some most developed nations of the world and their GDP. A child from CMS supported his answer with some bar graph representing that India is a religious country, but still mot so developed.

Then there was the reflection round where the students from all the schools were free to ask the questions from anybody. Saumya from DIS asked a question that “How charity gives pleasure? The students from NKBPS, Rohini questioned from Sudarshana of DIS that, “Is spiritual wealth only enough for a person to survive?” She gave an excellent perspective with example of Gautam Buddha and Kabir. Alaukik of DIS asked very interesting question that, “If health is wealth, then if a man is unhealthy, will we call him poor?” Many students intervened in a respectful way, some in agreement and some in disagreement.

The VC gave the awareness about various forms of wealth, importance of charity and role of community in helping the poor sections of the society which is very important.
The facilitator in the end thanked all the participants, teachers and congratulated everyone for having a wonderful conversation.

हिंदी दिवस ( 14 सितंबर )

14 सितंबर को हमारे विद्यालय में बड़ी धूमधाम से हिंदी दिवस मनाया गया | इसमें एक विशेष प्रार्थना सभा का आयोजन किया गया | जिसमें कक्षा तीसरी से पाँचवी तक के छात्रों ने बढ़- चढ़ कर भाग लिया | आयोजित कार्यक्रम की शुरूआत ईश्वर की स्तुति द्वारा की गई | इसके बाद भाषण के द्वारा हिंदी भाषा के महत्त्व को बताया | कुछ छात्रों ने हास्य कविता के माध्यम से सबको गुदगुदाया | वाद-विवाद प्रतियोगिता के माध्यम से बच्चों ने अलग-अलग विषयों के पक्ष और विपक्ष में अपने विचार प्रस्तुत किए | विषय इस प्रकार थे – क्या कम्प्यूटर का स्थान अध्यापक ले सकता है, हिंदी भाषा की समाज में उपयोगिता, दीपावली पर पटाखे जलाना कितना उचित है | इस कार्यक्रम के माध्यम से हिंदी भाषा के प्रति लोगों की नकारात्मक सोच को उजागर किया और छात्रों में हिंदी भाषा के प्रति रूचि जागृत की गई | अंत में प्रधानाचार्या जी श्रीमती पूनम झा ने हिंदी दिवस की शुभकामनाएँ देते हुए शुद्ध हिंदी भाषा का प्रयोग करने पर बल दिया | साथ ही उन्होंने छात्रों को लिखित व मौखिक कार्यक्रमों में भाग लेने के लिए प्रोत्साहित किया | आदरणीय श्री राजबीर सर ने हिंदी भाषा के बारे में अपने विचार व्यक्त किए | उन्होंने बड़े प्यार से छात्रों को समझाया कि सभी हिंदी प्रतियोगिताओं में बढ़–चढ़ कर भाग लेना चाहिए | सर ने हिंदी दिवस कार्यक्रम में भाग लेने वाले बच्चों को भी बहुत प्रोत्साहित किया तथा उपस्थित सभी अध्यापकगण को हिंदी दिवस की शुभकामनाएँ दी |

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