The Malagiri School

Lorraine on one of her country walks

Keeping fit and fundraising

Lorraine Harrison, one of the committee members who has been involved with the school since its inception, has set herself a goal for 2021 to keep fit and raise funds for the school. Lorraine will be keeping track of every kilometre she walks this year and for each one donating to help keep the Malagiri…

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a lone child walking down the hill from school

New year update and photos

Happy New Year 2021 everyone! We hope you enjoy this update from the Malagiri School and the superb photos. The winter holidays are over and happily the Malagiri School is now open for the new term. Excited children make their way along the Rajpath Road which borders the school, looking forward to seeing their friends…

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Group of school children holding up their drawings of a Christmas tree

Seasonal message from Nepal

“Warm, warm greetings from cold wintry Nepal to all our Malagiri school supporters. “Thank you to the entire UK team for your hard work and kindness. “May this Christmas bring all the blessings, peace, joy, good health, and prosperity among us. ” And the UK Malagiri Committee would also like to thank you for helping…

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The WSLA logo

Malagiri and UK school link confirmed

In our November newsletter we announced an exciting new link with West St Leonards Primary Academy. The University of Brighton Academies Trust, which runs the school, has just posted an announcement of how delighted they are that the schools will learn from one another. Read the article on the University of Brighton Academies Trust website.

the children lining up to go to into the school

The school has re-opened!

We’re delighted to let you know that the Malagiri School has officially reopened after eight months of Covid lockdown. We received the message below and some lovely images of the children: The children seem happy to come in the school and with proper sanitization and following the safety rules against the pandemic we eagerly meet…

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two children standing on the road

November 2020 newsletter

Find out what’s been happening in Malagiri with our latest newsletter. Download a pdf version to read at your leisure or view the content below. We hope you enjoy it!   Welcome As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise and we become accustomed to a further period of lockdown here in England, it feels like…

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a picture of the mountains

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‚Äôs 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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the school

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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