Mock polls at AVM
A dummy general election was practised by the students in the school premises on Sunday, June 5. Students had an experience about using their voting rights and choosing their leader. There were three parties all together and were named after the river as Saptakoshi, Sunkoshi and Kalapani. The process commenced from the preparation of electoral rolls, issuing of manifesto, propagation by the leaders form a week earlier. The election commissioner appointed the required officers and other personnel necessary for the general election. The purpose of the fake election was to make students understand the general election system of Nepal.
— Mahendra Sapkota, AVM
A trip to the zoo
The tiny tots of Nursery and KG were taken on a field trip to the zoo on 24 May. They were accompanied by their teachers. It was a happy experience for all the children. When asked what they all saw and how much they enjoyed, there were a lot of interesting replies like “I saw tiger, rhinoceros and monkey. I liked the monkey when it jumped from one tree to another.” There were even some who couldn’t stop exaggerating their meeting with a tiger. “The tiger and we were this near and we were about to get eaten by it,” said a toddler. “These field trips are important to give the little ones complete education. When children see things, they never forget. They learn things fast after observing the things themselves,” a teacher, who accompanied the children, said. — Sneha Subedee, Class IX Triyog High School
On 4 June, students of Shuvatara School took part in various competitions organised by Budhanilkantha school at its school premises at Budhanilkantha on the occasion of World Environment Day. The chief guest, Mr Radha Krishna Mainali, ministry of education, inaugurated the programme. Competitions in elocution, essay, photography and art were held. Sabrina Singh and Kripa Chitrakar of Shuvatara School won second prizes in elocution and photography, respectively. — Alisha Manandhar, Class IXA, Shuvatara School