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Grade II talked about the 3 R's: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle for their Project Day. The students showed their parents a glimpse of the clean and green future they would like to see and also different ideas on how to reuse waste materials to make useful articles, ... See MoreSee Less

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3...2...1... Blast off! Grade IV students participated in the Rocket Design Challenge with Karkhana. The students built their very own hydraulic rockets and tested them. What better way to understand the physics of pressure than to build you very own rocket? ... See MoreSee Less

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The students of Grade II spread the message of Waste Management on their Project Day. The day began with songs and short plays by the students about reducing waste which was followed by a display of their creations from common waste materials. The students came up with many creative ideas about how to recycle which included paper baskets, picture frames and bottle gardens. Teaching young minds to recycle helps them become responsible citizens in the future!
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Grades IV and V engaged their parents and friends in a day devoted to Science and Maths for their Project Day. The day showcased the students' interpretation of what they had learned in their Science and Maths classes throughout their year in the form of exhibitions and games. While some of the students shared their knowledge to their parents, the others took them for a journey into space in the Triyog Planetarium which the students had worked on creating. The day sparked a new enthusiasm in Science and Maths in the students which they hoped to carry in the days to come.
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Admissions are open at Triyog from KG to Grade VI. Admission test will be held on 27 March 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

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Triyog wishes all the students appearing for the S.E.E from grade X and D.L.E. from grade VIII the best of luck for their exams. ... See MoreSee Less

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We're announcing admissions for KG to Grade VI. Admission forms are available at the School Reception.
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Dear Parents,
Please be informed that School shall remain closed today, 10 March, due to the nationwide general strike.
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"Let's use our voices to remove fear and shame. " Sharing stories of survival and inspiring everyone to raise their voices against women violence.
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Triyog stands for #WomensRights. We're participating in the Women's Wall Of Hope at St. Xavier's School.
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Friday saw some more blossoming artists hard at work in the Inter House Art Contest for Grades VI-IX.
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Grades IV and V went on a hiking trip to Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park on February 26. The little hikers had an unforgettable trip along with their teachers. ... See MoreSee Less

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Little artists at work in the Inter House Art Competition for Grades I-V
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#BeeCreative classes with Karkhana. Grade V C is learning about centre of gravity and how shifting weights lets you balance objects at the point of a pencil. ... See MoreSee Less

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Conversations are one of the best ways to learn something new. This was experienced by grade VII D when they interacted with Peter Wraae and Zita Blaust from Denmark. The class engaged in a lively conversation with the guests as they talked about Denmark and Nepal and how the two countries are similar or different in various aspects. ... See MoreSee Less

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Triyog's youngest members invited their parents to witness their performances on songs, dances and skits on the Class Day Programme of KG and Grade I. The colourful display of the budding talents of the students was spectacular. We believe that encouraging students in the arts help them develop into an accomplished individual.
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The legends behind celebrating Mahashivaratri go as far as the 5th century with stories of devotees worshipping the deity and receiving blessing in return. This year we wish you a prosperous year blessed by the grace of Lord Shiva. #HappyMahashivaratri! ... See MoreSee Less

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Grade V 'D' was taken to the PYP Exhibition at Premier International School. The students got an opportunity to witness the science fair that the students at Premier International School had put up. The experience gave them a wonderful experience of inter-school interactions. ... See MoreSee Less

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Learning a skill is merely one step. Applying what you learn is the other half of the equation. The school Publication Club and Photography Club are given an opportunity to test their skills as they interact with Phupu Lhamu Khatri - a Nepali female judoka, Santoo Shrestha - one of the youngest National Champions in table tennis, and Shakti Gauchan - a National Nepali cricketer.
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Discipline and determination yield results. That was the takeaway from today's interaction session with Shakti Gauchan, a National Cricketer of Nepal. The session proved to be particularly inspiring to the school cricket team and the aspiring cricketers of Triyog. ... See MoreSee Less

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The process of learning never stops! The teachers of Middle School discussing about essential Classroom Management Techniques with the Maker Mentors from Karkhana ... See MoreSee Less

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Grade X creates some memories on their excursion to Chitlang.
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Learning about what your community has is important to develop a broader vision. With this in mind, the students of the Junior Red Cross Circle of Triyog took a trip to Dhapasi Secondary School, a government funded school in Dhapasi. The trip was an opportunity for the students to understand the differences and similarities between their school and their hosts' and also learn about the different challenges faced by the students. Their visit helped them identify places where they could give back to their community. ... See MoreSee Less

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The students of grade V 'B' were taken to the World Wildlife Fund office for their field trip. The trip proved to be extremely enlightening to the students as they came to know of the plight of various endangered species of Nepal and the world.
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Grade V 'C' took a trip to the Kathmandu Metropolitan City Office in Bagdurbar. The students got to learn the inner workings of the metropolitan office and how it is responsible for managing the city. The curious minds of grade V interacted with the workers there as they talked about their city and areas of development in Kathmandu.
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