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Students practicing their drills on the Basketball Court. Encouraging active participation in sports is one way we work to ensure the "all-round" development of our students - body, mind & soul. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Junior classes returning to class following assembly. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to all students who sat the 2071 SLC. We are very proud of your efforts, overall excellent results. We had 56 Students passing with Distinction. 33 First Division holders, and 1 Second Division holder.

A special Congratulations to Bishal Dhakal who took out School Topper with 92.25%. Well done!
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Congratulations to Sagason Thapa and Nikesh Poudel who took First Place in boys, and Yashmin Siek & Subani Malla who took home Second Place in the girls Table Tennis event - part of Olympic Day Celebrations organised by the Nepal Olympic Committee and EPS School. Well-done for all participants on the day. ... See MoreSee Less

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June 21 was declared as the International Day of Yoga by the United Nations General Assembly on December 11, 2014.

Here some of our students are practicing their moves, preparing to take part in the first ever International Day of Yoga alongside other schools and businesses here in Kathmandu.
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The Annual Investiture Ceremony and Academic Prize Day for the 2015-16 school session was held today, June 15, 2015. Tania Lamichhane and Nandita Kharel were unanimously elected to the positions of School Captain and Vice-Captain respectively, while Manan Pokhrel, took oath as the School Discipline Captain.

Students placing First, Second and Third in their respective classes, were given prizes by the School Director Dr. Shanti Basnyat and Principal Mr. Niladri S Parial.

Parents of students who had topped their classes in Academics were invited to attend and given letters confirming scholarship grants provided to their children.

Also, 131 Perfect Attendance Prizes were given to those students who were not absent even for a single day last session. The Award aims to make students realize the value of regular attendance.
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The Annual Investiture Ceremony and Academic Prize Day for the 2015-16 school session was held today, June 15, 2015. Tania Lamichhane and Nandita Kharel were unanimously elected to the positions of School Captain and Vice-Captain respectively, while Manan Pokhrel, took oath as the School Discipline Captain.
Students placing First, Second and Third in their respective classes, were given prizes by the School Director Dr. Shanti Basnyat and Principal Mr. Niladri S Parial.
Parents of students who had topped their classes in Academics were invited to attend and given letters confirming scholarship grants provided to their children.
Also, 131 Perfect Attendance Prizes were given to those students who were not absent even for a single day last session. The Award aims to make students realize the value of regular attendance.
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The Annual Investiture Ceremony and Academic Prize Day for the 2015-16 school session was held today, June 15, 2015. Tania Lamichhane and Nandita Kharel were unanimously elected to the positions of School Captain and Vice-Captain respectively, while Manan Pokhrel, took oath as the School Discipline Captain. Students placing First, Second and Third in their respective classes, were given prizes by the School Director Dr. Shanti Basnyat and Principal Mr. Niladri S Parial. Parents of students who had topped their classes in Academics were invited to attend and given letters confirming scholarship grants provided to their children. Also, 131 Perfect Attendance Prizes were given to those students who were not absent even for a single day last session. The Award aims to make students realize the value of regular attendance.

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Dear Parents and Guardians,

We have been successfully running classes for all levels and we thank you for your continued support and cooperation. The safety and security of our students and staff is one of our prime concerns and earthquake safety drills have become an integral part of our daily School routine.

Students and staff return to School on Monday, June 15.
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"The formula for success is simple; practice and concentration then more practice and more concentration" - Babe Didrikson Zaharias ... See MoreSee Less

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"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm" - Ralph Waldo Emerson ... See MoreSee Less

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A big Congratulations to Mahima Pathak from Class V 'A', pictured here with her friend Bibisha Adhikari.

Mahima has just placed 1st Runner Up in the Junior School Princess competition for 2015. She also took 1st in the Miss Intelligence category. Well Done!!
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Our Students safety being of paramount importance, we practiced a number of earthquake evacuation drills today. Working to ensure any evacuation which may be necessary, occurs in a safe and orderly manner. ... See MoreSee Less

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Photos of our tree planting ceremony, another aspect of our commemoration of World Environment Day, Friday, 5th June. ... See MoreSee Less

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Students and Staff took time out today to commemorate World Environment Day. Thank-You and Well Done to all organisers and participants on so successfully marking the occasion. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our teachers received training today on a new back of house software system for efficient and streamlined reporting. A one stop shop for maintaining attendance records, progress charts, class activities, assessments and results. Exciting stuff! ... See MoreSee Less

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Love seeing our students back and busy, and enjoying their daily routine. ... See MoreSee Less

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Class 10 has resumed normal academic classes today, within the Multi-Purpose Building. Prior to classes starting all students participated in an Earthquake Evacuation Drill. ... See MoreSee Less

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So great to see our Class 6 & 7 Students lining up today, alongside their peers from Classes 8, 9 & 10 who had resumed classes on Sunday, 31st May. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today, the Disaster and Relief Management Team of the Armed Police Force conducted a workshop on "Safety measures before, during and post earthquake" for staff and students of class 8, 9 & 10. Inspector Bishwanath Pokhrel and Senior Constable Ram Bd Tamang delivered the presentation. ... See MoreSee Less

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A range of ECA (Extra Curricular Activites) today, helped to keep the students' focused, as we work towards returning them to their full lesson schedules and a normal school routine. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great to see our school grounds full of our students once again. Don't forget Classes 6 & 7 start back tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

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Day 2 - Our Academic Building has been officially declared safe and our returning students have continued to enjoy a variety of activities from within their temporary classrooms, as they settle back into the school routine. ... See MoreSee Less

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School has reopened for Grades 8, 9, 10 as of Sunday, 31st May. Classes are being undertaken in temporary structures.

Grades 6 & 7 will start school from Wednesday, 3rd June.

KG – 5 will start from Sunday, 7th June.

Please stay tuned to the Notice Board Service 1618014365285, Website and Twitter Pages for future updates.
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Students enjoyed a range of activities to stop them dwelling on the recent trauma of the April 25th earthquake. Designed to reintegrate students gently back into the classroom students joined in on a Sports hour, Music hour, Art & Craft hour and a Dance Session, amongst much more. ... See MoreSee Less

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