QUEEN'S SPECTRA – SPORTS MEET 2018
“The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to
reach full potential… these are the keys
that unlock the door to excellence.”
Queen’s Convent, Delhi, hosted its Sports Day , Queen’s
Spectra 2018 on Saturday, 3 November 2018 at Chhatrasal
Stadium, Model Town, Delhi, amidst great enthusiasm and zeal
with a view to encourage team building, cooperation and
leadership. The day started off with praises to the Lord
Almighty followed by the Welcome Ceremony. The Chief Guest
for the day was Mr. Rajesh Chauhan, Former Captain, Indian
Hockey Team. The Guests of honour were Ms. Deepika Dahiya,
Player, Indian Women Hockey Team and Ms. Simran, Wrestler,
Youth Olympic Silver Medalist. The august gathering included
the Vice Chairman of the School, Mr. Vikas Goyal, Assisstant
Manager of the school Mrs. Kavya Mittal Goyal, Mr. Mahajan,
Chairman, Laurel High School, Mr. Atul Jain, Member,
Management Committee Mr. Nikhil, anchor cum correspondent,
Good News, Rev. Vikram Aziz Massih, friend of the school,
Mr. Rakesh Khatri, Director, Eco Roots Foundation and Mrs.
Raj Rani, PTA Member. The guests were welcomed by the
Chairman of the school, Mr. Ved Mittal, Director and
Manager, Mrs. Sunita Mittal, the Principal, Ms. Nalini
Andrew and the Kindergarten Coordinator, Ms. Kanika Mittal.
The programme commenced with the hoisting of the Sports Flag
and the lighting of the torch of goodwill by the Chief
Guest. The members of the School Management and other
eminent dignitaries were also present at the time of the
declaration of the opening of the Sports Meet.
The Chief Guest and Guests of Honour took the salute of the
marching contingents of the four houses of the school namely
Mother Teresa, Sarojini Naidu, Helen Keller and Florence
Nightingale. The NCC students of the school also marched
along in well coordinated steps. The precise and well
practised steps of each contingent matched well with the
tunes played by the band contingent, the pride of the
A series of presentations showcased the sprightliness and
strength of the students who performed each item par
The first presentation was by the tiny tots of the school who
enthralled the audience with the Junior Drill showcasing
wonderful formations through physical exercise.
The Chief Guest in his address motivated the participants
with his wise words and wished them good luck for their
future endeavours. He also appreciated the commendable
efforts of the Management, Principal and Staff of the school
for the initiative and creating a platform where the
students get an opportunity to perform and showcase their
Displays like Gymnastics showcased the flexibility and the
dexterity of the students who enthralled all with various
movements and postures. Yoga demonstrated the confluence of
mind, body and soul and took the audience through the
various yoga “asanas”. The highlight was the asanas
performed by the young gymnasts on the 10 feet high
‘Malkhamb’. The Karate presentation was a depiction of
discipline and self control and the students displayed
various techniques of karate highlighting the importance of
individual self defence in today’s world. The students
performed daring feats like breaking fire lit tiles.The
Martial Arts techniques showcased by the students were a
presentation of weapons and practices on rhythm and beats.
The hard work and dedication of the students was seen
through the acts displayed with great concentration and
sincerity. The Queens on Wheels simply enthralled the
audience with their expertise and agility and their skills
of passing under the burning beam with utmost confidence and
The presentations like the Senior Drill captivated the
audience with great feats which showcased the agility and
the dexterity of the students.
The athletic events - the races which depict true
competition and sportsman spirit set the tracks ablaze
and the audience cheered for the participants. Various
kinds of races were conducted ranging from the fruit
race, ball race, relay race, flat race and the three
The highlights of the day were the four games namely Kabaddi,
Chess, Hockey and Cricket presented as Premier Leagues by
the students. The presentations were a replay of the
triumphs in the history of the Indian Sports.
The Earthern Warriors Priemere League showcased the winning
moments of the 2014 and 2018 matches won by the Indian
Kabaddi Team against Iran and Pakistan respectively.
The historic first victory of the Indian Hockey team under
the leadership of Major Dhyanchand was recreated on the
field by the students.
Shatranj Ke Khiladi relived the year 2007 when Vishwanathan
Anand of India brought glory to the country by becoming the
World Chess Grand Master by defeating the existing champion.
The audience were taken down the memory lane recreating the
magical moments of Indian Cricket victory in the two World
Cups of 1983 and 2011.
The programme concluded with the Grand Finale which was a
visual treat where a group of almost a 1000 plus students
covered the entire ground to exhibit an array of colourful
formations representing the sports day logo and the name of
The Chief Guest in his speech congratulated the students for
their outstanding performances. He praised the children and
the school for the efforts put in and congratulated the
management on the spectacular show that had been staged and
its super success.
The Chairman of the school, Mr. Ved Mittal also congratulated
the students for the remarkable display of physical feats
and talent and recognized the hard work of the staff for the
success of the programme.
The Principal of the School Ms Nalini Andrew thanked the
esteemed guests for their presence and support and
appreciated the efforts by the staff and the students.
The event which was the result of months of toil was
recognized by the parents and the guests as a stupendous
success and was appreciated by one and all. It was cited as
a truly magnificent show. Queen’s Convent, Delhi was wished
more success and glory in the years to come.
Submitted By : Ms. Nidhi Vadehra
Cross checked By :
Ms. Sapna Gupta