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The world is our canvas!
Students work to beautify the school bathrooms by expressing their creativity on the walls. The cloth mural on the school bathroom walls served the dual purpose of utilising old materials as well as expressing art to make something beautiful!
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Over the Dashain-Tihar break, we had taken the students of Grade X for a tour of Pokhara, Dhampus and Bandipur. Did everyone have fun? Take a look! ... See MoreSee Less

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Music, games and fun galore! Triyog got festive today as they celebrated the Dashain and Tihar. The day began with spectacular performances by the School Orchestra and students as they got into the spirit of Dashain. With activities like Rangoli Making, Kite Flying, Tug-o-war and Deusi Bhailo Competition, the students had a field day before they departed for their holidays. Grade IV invited their parents for a celebration of Mha Puja as well.
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Warm greetings from the Triyog Family! We wish you all Happy Dashain, Deepawali and Chhath Parba. We hope this festive season brings forth joy and prosperity to all. ... See MoreSee Less

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Super excited to have collaborated with Khalisisi on this very important exposure tour for our students. Real-world experiences add to overall development of THS Community Service Club. #collaboration #partnership #communityconnection ... See MoreSee Less

We've been to temples, mosques and church, we've had zoo tours during our school days... We study about waste and recycling too but it just ends there. So, how about #SchoolToScrapyard? Here is our first collaboration with these curious and super talented kids from Triyog High School who took a scrapyard tour with our khaalisisi friends.

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Sharing experiences helps you grow! The Prefectural Body of Triyog had a workshop at Brihaspati Vidya Sadan in which they interacted with their counterparts of the host school. The students put their minds together in various exercises which helped them identify core problems in different situations and come up with quick and efficient solutions to them. The workshop was an opportunity for the students to learn about effective leadership and problem solving. ... See MoreSee Less

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There's no better way to start learning music than by singing out loud!

Kindergarteners of Triyog sing 'Making Melodies' with their Music Teacher Mr. John Karanjit.

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Students celebrate the day with Class Games.
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We're celebrating Children's Day at Triyog today!

Children represent the innocence of curious minds and are the makers of tomorrow. It's with love towards their students that the teachers of Triyog put up a show for them today.
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On 11 September members of the Art Club visited the Nepal Art Council, Babar Mahal, to witness the Himalayan Art Festival where top Nepali artists showcased on the theme 'festvities'. For the budding young artists of Triyog, this was an opportunity to expand their horizons and interact with artists Asha Dangol and Erina Manandhar. ... See MoreSee Less

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We're always encouraging students to have an interest in different cultures!

Students of Grade III perform Hurkeli Dance for the Inter House Dance Competition.

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Triyog's budding artists Aayusha Shakya, Kriti Karmacharya and Subani Malla show their artistic talents. The paintings made by the three students were on display in the Quality Kathmandu Schools Art Exhibition 2017. Kudos to the students for their marvellous work! ... See MoreSee Less

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The students of KG-Grade III invited their parents to their Project Day on 1st September. Project Days are an opportunity for students to showcase what they learnt in school. The students put up songs, dances and skits on themes of 'Animals' - KG, 'My Family' - Grade I, 'Culture of Our Country' - Grade II and Language Arts - 'Sylvester and the Magic Pebble' - Grade III. The highlight of the day was the feast prepared by Grade II where they included various delicacies from different cultural groups of Nepal. ... See MoreSee Less

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Small efforts make big impacts!

The Triyog family has been working continuously to help the flood victims in the Terai. We are happy to say that with the collective efforts of students, staff and parents, Triyog has been able to raise funds for the welfare of flood victims. Members of the Triyog Alumni Society- T.A.S are in Banke distributing relief materials.
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Collaborations work when we learn to dissolve boundaries and join hands to help those in need.

Members from Little Angels' College of Management donate food and medicines to the Triyog Alumni Society- T.A.S DIsaster Relief Initiative to help flood victims. The relief materials will be taken to Banke by the members of TAS.
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An introductory session on Human Centric Design was conducted for our School Prefect Body by Aradhana Gurung, Lead Manager at Nepal Innovation Lab. Human-centered design is a creative approach to problem solving. It's a process that starts with the people one is designing an intervention for and ends with new solutions that are tailor-made to suit their needs.. The students discussed their roles and responsibilites as individuals, as prefects, as students, as family members, and as citizens in society. They also discussed their fears and doubts and opened up a conversation around failure and how it is important to embrace and understand failure to later on succeed in school, in the family circle, in society and in life. They also did a few exercises on problem identification and solution mapping. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ayusha Shakya's article featured on Thursday's edition of The Himalayan Times. ... See MoreSee Less

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Students of Grade VII put up a performance in the morning assembly.
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Teachers at Triyog celebrated an early Teej on Tuesday with music and dance aplenty! ... See MoreSee Less

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Here's to admiring the strength and dedication of women! The Triyog family wishes everyone a happy Teej. ... See MoreSee Less

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Students of Grade XII visited Hotel Himalaya for their Field Trip on 18 August. ... See MoreSee Less

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Some glimpses of Badminton Competition of Grade XII ... See MoreSee Less

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To support the ongoing efforts to provide relief to the flood victims in Terai, Triyog Alumni Society is hosting a Fundraising Concert tomorrow. Our alumni around the world are joining hands for this noble cause and we invite interested students, parents and teachers to be a part of this event. All proceeds from the event will be going for the welfare of the Flood Victims. ... See MoreSee Less

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It was dance galore at Triyog on 17 August! The students of Grades I-III exhibited a colourful and enthusiastic display of different dances including folk songs and zumba in the Inter House Dance Competition for Primary level students. ... See MoreSee Less

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Quality Kathmandu Schools (QKS) is organizing the QKS Art Exhibition, 2017 from August 15th to 28th at Siddhartha Art Gallery. The Exhibition is a first-of-its-kind collaboration among schools in Kathmandu to bring together students of art on a common platform and promote arts as a vocation in schools. Parents and interested visitors are invited to be a part of the Exhibition which showcases the artistic talents of students of Triyog along with eighteen other schools in Kathmandu. ... See MoreSee Less

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