The Malagiri School

Malagiri update

We’re delighted to let you know that the school was unaffected by last week’s earthquake. Tremors caused by the quake were felt in the capital, Kathmandu. The epicentre of the quake was Ramche, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Kathmandu, near the border with China’s Tibet region. Government rules are not allowing schools to…

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New photo gallery

We are delighted to bring you a selection of images from the Malagiri School and community taken in the recent weeks. Don’t forget you can support The Malagiri School through our Springboard fundraising site. Every donation really does help to make a difference.

the teachers and parents washing their hands

Preparing the school for reopening

Head, Yub Raj, and the other teachers are back at the Malagiri School getting it ready for reopening. They were armed with Dettol, sanitiser and of course face masks to make sure it is as clean as possible post-Coronavirus. The photos show a meeting with the children’s families where they discussed the issues they will…

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A cheery song!

The Malagiri School teachers are in Covid-19 lockdown far away from the school and missing the children terribly. This delightful video, filmed earlier this year, shows head teacher Yubraj Rasaili (known as Ub Yub) playing the guitar and the children singing along. We hope the children will back in the school and singing and learning…

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a group shot of the students and pupils

A message from the school

Just before the Nepal lockdown we received a message and ‘virtual’ flowers from the Malagiri School: “Love and Prayers from Malagiri, Nepal. “Let’s beat Covid-19 together. Stay safe and aware. Thank you.” And a response from all of us in the UK is: “We are thinking of you with love and prayers for your safety….

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Bringing the exams forward

The Malagiri School teachers have brought forward the final term exams this year in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. We wish the students good luck for the exams and good health to everyone in the Malagiri community and our supporters everywhere.

Two of the pupils washing their hands

It’s all about hand washing

Despite its rural location even the Malagiri School is aware of Coronavirus. Teacher Miss Elina Tamang shows the children how to wash their hands thoroughly – a basic protective measures against the virus. The message to the children is “be clean and stay strong!”.

Run the Brighton Marathon for Malagiri

Feeling fit? There is still time to apply for a University of Brighton marathon place and raise vital funds for the Malagiri School. The marathon takes place on Sunday 19 April – applications for our charity places close on 10 March so don’t miss out. You’ll find all the information you need on the website…

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New images show life in and out of school

Our image gallery shows school life and a glimpse into life in the village. The children and families are so proud to have such an excellent school in their village.

The sun shines on sports day

It’s not all classroom-based at the Malagiri School – sports day provides a great opportunity for having fun with your friends and learning new skills! Activities like this can only happen thanks to our very generous supporters – The Malagiri School relies 100% on charitable donations. Can you help us? £8 could provide a child’s…

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