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The Christmas spirit arrived at Triyog with teachers and students getting together to celebrate. The school was adorned in shades of red and green with the decorations that had been put up. The day began with some Christmas carols sung by the students in the Morning Assembly which was followed by celebrations in their classrooms. The school saw every staff and student participating with hearty enthusiasm as they got together to enjoy the last day of school before departing for their winter break.
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Grade IV got their hands busy learning to make 'titaura' with plums. With the help of their teachers, the students peeled the plums and mixed the recipe for the goodies. The students had a wonderful time preparing the treat for themselves while also learning a lesson on cleanliness while handling food.
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On 16th December, grade II invited their parents to an evening of music and dance in their Class Day programme. With a wide array of performances lined up, the students participated with hearty enthusiasm on this day devoted to showcasing their talents. ... See MoreSee Less

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#BeeCreative classes for Grade 5 students at #Triyog. The students were asked to build a glider using a plastic straw and paper loops. They were divided into groups and allowed to experiment with their models in order to enhance performance of their gliders. Some added more loops, some added wings. Then, they compared results with other groups. #TheScienceofFlying #KarkhanaClasses ... See MoreSee Less

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As a part of the school's outreach programme, the students of grade IV interacted with Ms. Angeela Shrestha and Ms. Rubina Shrestha from Project Humane Nepal. The students discussed proper safety measures when dealing with animals and being more sensitive towards street dogs and pets. We encourage our students to foster humane values towards all sorts of creatures. ... See MoreSee Less

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Triyog invited Mr. Prabin Pokharel, Deputy Superintendent of Central Investigation Bureau and Mr. Hari Prasad Dhakal, a businessman to deliver a talk session to the students of grade VII 'C'. Mr. Pokharel explained his role as a law enforcer in protecting the pride of the country and Mr. Dhakal shared his life experience as a student and how hard work and determination pays off in life. ... See MoreSee Less

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Two of our students won awards at the KIST Fair 2073. Among 75 participants from 15 schools, Luja Manandhar and Oshriya Manandhar both won the second prize in the Sketching and Craft categories respectively. Triyog managed with win the trophy for the second position in overall. Great job students! ... See MoreSee Less

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Three teams from grade 7 and 8 had participated in the Miss Tech 2016: Sparkle with Water organized by Robotics Association of Nepal [RAN]. The team of Priya GT and Kanchan Dhakal won the Best Team Award for their game Water Fantasy. Two more teams from Triyog had participated in Yantra Kids 5.0 also organized by RAN. The team of Aayushma Acharya, Ashma Pandey and Aditiya Dhungana won the third prize while the team of Priya GT, Prithu Adhikari and Bidhya Thapa were declared the winners for their design of 'Ujjwal Table'. The tables designed by both teams will be donated to children in Gorkha. A proud moment for Triyog.
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The 'Friends of the Zoo' (FOZ) Club members initiated an 'Animal of the Month' project in School from the month of May. They make wall magazines based on an endangered animal each month.This month it was the Pangolin. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Junior Red Cross Society of Triyog collected clothes from the students and staff to be given out to the needy. The collected items will be donated to NYANO SANSAR and will be taken to those in need at Saptahari and Siraha. With the winter coming, we encourage the students to think about their countrymen who may not have the privilege of warm clothes.
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KG to grade 3 celebrated their third Project Day on 9th December in the presence of parents. The theme was Nepali language - arts. Students put up songs, dances, skits, poems, and vocabulary games on Fruits & Vegetables (KG), Plants (Grade I), Uses of Trees (Grade II), Journey of Butterfly and Safety Measures (Grade III). ... See MoreSee Less

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Cleanliness is Godliness. Mrs. Deepa Bhatta demonstrating proper cleaning etiquette to students of the junior block. We encourage students to clean up after a meal. #eathealthy #goodhabits ... See MoreSee Less

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The Senior Sports Day gets coverage on today's edition of The Himalayan Times ... See MoreSee Less

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In order to nurture the feelings of kindness and empathy, the students of grade 4 were provided with an outreach programme delivered by Ms. Angeela Shrestha from Project Humane Nepal. The session proved to be enlightening as the students learned to be more compassionate towards creatures without a voice. We feel that sensitization of young leaders on behaviour towards animals is a necessary quality which keeps humanity alive. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday saw the students of grades I to V scrawling away the best they could for the Inter House Handwriting Competition. The competition has two categories of English and Nepali handwriting. ... See MoreSee Less

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Field Trip- Grade 4

The grade 4 students were taken on a field trip to Chobhar. The students witnessed a magnificent creation of nature accompanied by the legend of Manjushree who was believed to have cut through the gorge to drain the lake that was Kathmandu.
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It’s decoration time for our four houseboards once again. December has our students thinking “Why not Nepali?”

Which one do you think captures the Nepali spirit?
Top(L-R): Tilicho, Begnas
Bottom(L-R): Rara, Phewa
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Grade V - Class Day Program, 18th November

The Class Day showcased a host of programs to entertain and educate. The students performed skits, dances, and songs. A unique fashion show - showcasing clothes designed out of material generally considered waste, was the show-stealer.
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On the auspicious occasion of Dashain and Tihar, Triyogees had put up a series of performances as a part of the celebration. The major highlights were the Kumari Dance, a Skit and a song performed by the seniors. The celebration continued in respective classes as teachers put tika to students. Later on, a tug-o-war between lady teachers and girl students, and a teacher vs. student football match were played as a part of the celebration. Students thoroughly enjoyed the day by flying kites and decorating the school premises with handmade kites, paper-diyo, and rangoli. ... See MoreSee Less

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Field Trip - Grade 2

Grade II students went to Budhhanilkantha Temple for a field visit as a part of their curriculum. The children interacted with the locals and collected information on the history of the temple.
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To learn about culture, one needs to experience it. Grade IV and Newari Bhasa students embraced the Newari culture by observing “Mha Puja” - an annual ritual performed by Newars to purify and empower the soul. Mha Puja also marks the beginning of Nepal Sambat – Newari New Year. ... See MoreSee Less

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Triyog Maker Club officially inaugurated the School #MakerSpace on 5th October. The Club currently has 49 members form grade 6 and 7 and the team is led by Mr. Madhusudan Lamsal & Mr. Anish Adhikari. Sakar Pudasaini and Pavitra Gautam from #Karkhana and Dipesh Khanal, President, #RoboticsAssociationofNepal #RAN attended the event and talked to the students on the exciting projects that were on display. ... See MoreSee Less

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Triyog Higher Secondary School, in association with Judo Association of Nepal, organized the 2nd Interschool Judo Competition on 26th and 27th September . 15 schools including Triyog participated in the two-day tournament. Deepak Harsha Bajracharya, President of Judo Association, Dharma Kumar Shrestha, General Secretary, Bishnu Gopal Shrestha, President of Sports for all Nepal Olympic Committee, Dharma Man Bajracharya, Vice-President of All Nepal TT Association, Olympian Phuphu Lahmu Khatri, ex-Olympian Rishiram Pradhan, and officials from the Judo Association Nepal attended the Meet. Situ Boarding School walked away with 4 gold and 5 silver medals. Triyog students bagged 2 silver and a bronze medal. The competition was a huge success. ... See MoreSee Less

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Field Trip – Kindergarten
Kindergarten students visited Barud Yantra Damkal – Fire Station at Jawalakhel on 2nd October. The firemen explained about the vehicles they use, the dress they wear and how they work. The students were very excited to know about the workings of the fire brigade.
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Grade 2 - Book Publishing event

Students of Grade 2 celebrated their first Book Publishing event. The final drafts were made ready after an elaborate process of drafting, proof-reading, and editing. The books had colourful illustrations too. Congratulations to the proud achievers!
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