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Monthly Newsletter Mar 2020

2020.03.27

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[Recent reports in Khotang]
Train Your Brain – Maths Quiz Competition-
The teachers and students were all ready and raring to start the Math Quiz Competition for Grade I to VI as an extracurricular activity which happens on Friday of every week. The competition was fun and intense at the same time.

The teachers rolled out questions on Mathematics from basics to quite difficult ones. The questions had the participants racing to answer the questions. The competition concluded, announcing the winner the Sumire House followed by a huge round of applause from the audience.

-Students visiting the farm-
The integration of agriculture in student’s activity in school has given learning a new dimension. We have tried our utmost to make students understand the importance of agriculture in today’s world.


So, YouMe Farm is the result of this idea, where our students work, visit, do their part to get to know any process relating to agriculture and farming visually and physically.

They grow vegetables and fruits according to the seasons and during off seasons they plan for their next farming. This time around they planted seasonal vegetables like carrot, radish, tomatoes, okra, coriander etc.

-Final Terminal Examination 2076-

Amid the fear of growing concerns regarding global pandemic Coronovirus (Covid-19) our Final Terminal Examination in Khotang was preponed and held before the issued date. Teachers did an excellent job as they had to manage everything prior also parents’ cooperation made it easier and exams went smoothly.


 [Recent reports in Morang]
Story Time –Learning is fun when the process is enjoyable and knowledgeable at the same time.

-Final Terminal Examination 2076-
With the world fighting the global pandemic Covid-19, most of the schools around the world were shut down as in Nepal final exams around the corners were preponed according to the orders of the Government of Nepal, so did our YouMe School, Morang. With the help of great teamwork of teachers and kind cooperation of the parents’ exam went well and smoothly.

We are happy to complete the exams on time at both schools in the meanwhile we made sure our students know about Coronavirus (Covid-19), the disease and precautionary measure that has to be taken to stay safe and alert at home. As their holiday after exams has started.


【Online School】
Amidst the growing cases and concern of novel Coronavirus (Covid-19), the global pandemic, the Government of Nepal announced the forthcoming Secondary Education Examination (SEE) 2076 schedules to be postponed until further notice.

YouMe Nepal launched this Online Education Support Project in 2018 in public schools in Nepal for the first time.
We began providing real time online classes to the public schools in Limchungbung Rural Municipality, Udayapur District in eastern Nepal.
Public schools in Nepal are facing multiple challenges for their poor quality of education. Lack of Mathematics, Science and English teachers is one of them. Through this project, we aim to solve this problem by creating a platform where excellent teachers based in Kathmandu teach Mathematics, Science and English to the students in those public schools.
Since we believe that education has to be fun and students should enjoy learning, our online classes are interactive and interesting.
Please watch this video with English subtitles↓↓


【Japanese School Bags Support Project】
538 Japanese Bags were distributed at Limchugbung Rural Municipality, Udayapur where Shree Mahendra Madhyamik Vidyalaya in Baraha, Shree Kya. Parshuram Padma Rai Secondary School in Balamta, Shree Madhyamik Vidyalaya in Basbote-Butku, Shree Mahendradeep Madhyamik Vidyalaya in Tamlichha and Shree Janta Madhyamik Vidyalaya in Jate included.

Students from all the schools seemed extremely happy as they now have a proper school bag to carry their books and belongings safely and conveniently. For those students in remote areas amongst various problems one major problem is also a school bag as most of them carry their books in hands or in a plastic bag so with this little help to those students we hope to ease their life and expect to improve their learning condition as well.


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