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It was the kindergarteners' time to shine in Wonder Kidz 2018, the Triyog Kindergarten Championship Trophy, as participants from 12 different schools competed in Art, Fancy Dress and Group Dance Competitions. The event provided a platform for young and eager pre-schoolers to explore their talents and learn to face an audience. Needless to say, the students had an exciting day as they all went home with tons of memories and a whole lot of goodies. The overall Championship Trophy was won by Joon Montessori. ... See MoreSee Less

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Admissions are open for Kindergarten at Triyog! Please contact the School Reception for further details. ... See MoreSee Less

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The students of Grade VII 'C' went to the School Kitchen and learnt how to prepare Gajar Halwa, a popular dish in South Asia. This activity, which was part of their OBT lesson, involved the students getting a hand on experience of the essential life skill of cooking. ... See MoreSee Less

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No education is complete without the knowledge of values. With this in mind, the students of Grade IV put up a presentation on our values in front of their class. ... See MoreSee Less

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Students of Triyog went on an awareness rally on World Wetlands Day. The rally which included the participation of over 150 students from 10 schools aimed to spread awareness about urban wetlands for a sustainable future. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lights! Camera! Click! Triyogees showed off their skills in the Photography Competition on 28 January. The students were asked to submit their photographs on the theme, 'Winter'. Amaranjay Bhatt of Grade VI stood first, Niharika Kunwar of Grade IX stood second, and Suvanga Ghimire of Grade VI and Riya Shrestha of Grade VIII shared the third position. ... See MoreSee Less

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Let's talk about food! The students of Nepal Bhasa Club learnt how to make this Newari delicacy in school. #clubactivity #culturalimmersion #yomarimaking ... See MoreSee Less

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On 25 January, 36 students of the Triyog FOZ visited the Central Zoo at Jawalakhel for a night guided tour organized by National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC), Nepal The students observed the behaviour of animals at night and were able to identify the different characteristics of nocturnal and diurnal animals. ... See MoreSee Less

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Winter can be fun too! During the Winter Vacation, the Triyog Campers were engaged in a lot of activities. Apart from singing and dancing, students visited different places like the Tiger Lily Petting Farm and Hands-on Museum and Fun Park. On the final day, students invited their parents to school and performed on songs and skits which was followed by a team-building game of Pass the Ring. At the end of the 2 week camp, students carried hearts full of joy and heads full of memories as they prepared to enjoy the rest of their holidays. ... See MoreSee Less

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On the occasion of Saraswati Puja, the staff and Grade X students got together to honour the goddess of knowledge, music and art. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy campers of Triyog's Winter Camp visited the Tiger Lily Petting Farm and Hands-on Museum! ... See MoreSee Less

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The students of Grade VII went for a trip to Tistung during their Winter Holidays. They visited the Tistung Botanical Garden and interacted with Mr. Gopal Karki, Head Field Assistant of the Garden. The interaction gave them an opportunity to know more about medicinal plants found in Hilly region of Nepal and the processing and protection mechanism. They also got to know more about the lifestyle of Tistung and thoroughly enjoyed their trip. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Christmas Day, the little adventurers of Grades IV and V went on a hike to Kirtipur. Take a look at the places they visited! ... See MoreSee Less

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Here you go: the December 1 Show of Cinderella! The perfect way to enjoy the Winter Break. Happy Holidays everyone!

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The first show of Cinderella is available on our YouTube channel! If you had missed the show, this is the perfect way to see what the students had put up. The second show will be uploaded soon.

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Pratyasha Thapa of VI 'D' shares her story of "Friendship" during afternoon assembly. The students of Grade VI are learning Simple Interest of Mathematics by integrating with Storytelling in Language Arts. ... See MoreSee Less

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We're always encouraging our students to spread joy. On the occasion of Christmas, the school got together for a celebration before the students departed for their Winter Break. With a few musical performances put up by the students, the day started with much excitement and it continued throughout the day as students were taught the meaning of giving and the spirit of religious harmony. ... See MoreSee Less

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Malvika Neupane's performance at the finals of Story Craft 2017.
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Ten teachers from Triyog attended a seminar on Identity, Knowledge and Workplace Learning of Teachers and Teacher Educators held by Professor Pete Boyd, University of Cumbria, Carlisle, England on 20 December. The seminar which was organized by Teacher Educators' Society Nepal (TESON) provided the teachers with an opportunity for professional development. ... See MoreSee Less

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Malvika Neupane's article on her experience at Story Craft 2017 on today's issue of The Himalayan Times. ... See MoreSee Less

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As part of the experiential learning program, the students of 7A and 7B visited Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a World Heritage Site, on November 16, 2017. They observed fish feeding and types of fish food at Siddha Pokhari, and stone scriptures, Thanka painting, different types of masks, etc. at Art Museum. They also learnt about Nepalese history at 55-windowed palace and Religious Architecture at Nyatapole and Taleju temples. They interacted with local businessmen and tourists and also got information about reconstruction of the site after earthquake. ... See MoreSee Less

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