We’ve just delivered CSN’s lesson plans and curriculum material to schools in one of the remotest areas of Nepal – Api Himal. A journey by bus, rickshaw, mule and foot. This is what it takes to put students first.
It’s been an incredibly difficult 18 months. But throughout it all we have stayed focussed on keeping our students learning. Now, with the pandemic receding in Nepal, our schools are fully open again. We are back on track. We currently manage six public schools in the Kathmandu Valley, in partnership with the local government and the … Continue reading Back on track
One of CSN’s strategic objectives is, ‘to improve the quality of education in other (non-CSN) schools across Nepal.’ The main way we achieve this is by sharing the lesson plans we have written with other organisations and municipalities. The government textbooks provide teachers with no guidance or materials to support their teaching, so we have … Continue reading Expanding our impact… into the Himalaya!
Nepal is facing a new surge in Covid infections. Like in India, cases are soaring, many hospitals are full and schools have once again been shut. Last week, with just a few days warning, Kathmandu went into lockdown. With students facing weeks without learning, our team immediately got into gear. In a couple of days … Continue reading Lockdown and Learning
Last week we set all our students a ‘project work’ challenge, and look what they achieved! (make sure you scroll down to the end!) …yes, that is the letter ‘D’ made from cigarette butts!
This lovely video shows how we are keeping our students learning through this crisis. The video features one of the schools we manage, Bhanodaya Basic School, but we follow a similar approach in all our schools.