The Batase School recently participated in the Panchpokhari Learning Fair for 2079 (Nepal calendar) that was held at the Thangpal Valley Secondary School, one of the biggest schools in Bagmati Province.
The Fair was all about science Final-year students from over 25 schools and five colleges were represented at the Learning Fair and the Batase School was one of only three schools invited from the Melamchi District. This has been a great honour for Batase to be part of this huge event and confirms the school’s standing as a respected educational centre in this part of Nepal.
The benefits of such an experience for the Batase school students were far-reaching. Not only did they get to show their skills to a large audience of students from other schools and colleges, they also got a chance to impress government dignitaries and educators, and even the media. They were interviewed by the media. Being exposed to such attention will build their confidence and communication abilities, important life skills.
“Their is nothing impossible that our student’s can’t do if they will be provided exposure and instant pace for learning. Thank you Mr Som Tamang for instant support. And our School team who always supported them to glow and grow” explains Samikshya Kutuwal, teacher and project manager at the Batase School.
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