The Malagiri School


May update

We are absolutely delighted to report that the repairs and refurbishments to the school are now complete. Following the earthquake, we provided large tents (erected in the playground) to ensure that essential activities could be sustained whilst the building work took place.  These images of the children enjoying their new accommodation are both joyful and…

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School for Malagiri Update

Catch up on all the recent news and developments from School for Malagiri.

Christmas Fayre for Malagiri

The School of Education held their annual Christmas Fayre on Friday 9 December to raise money to support the Malagiri School Project in Nepal.

Latest news from the School of Malagiri

The School of Education recently visited the School for Malagiri for the first time since a series of earthquakes and aftershocks devastated the country just over a year ago.


Sad news

It is with great sadness that we announce that our dear friend and colleague, Kevin Fossey, passed away peacefully this morning (16th June). We should like to extend our deepest sympathy to Kevin’s family and friends at this difficult time.

Malagiri Christmas Fayre

A huge thanks to all that came and supported this year’s Malagiri Christmas fayre yesterday at the Falmer campus. Between 12-2pm, the Checkland atrium was buzzing with the buying of cakes, the raffling of prizes and the brilliantly Christmassy beginnings of the festive season. In two hours we raised about £1000 for the Malagiri school…

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Tents replace classrooms following earthquake

As the image shows the school building was severly damaged in the recent earthquake. A qualified engineer has now visited to asses the damage and the dining and kitchen building will need to be rebuilt however the other buildings are repairable.


Since our last update and in response to our subsequent radio appeal (Radio Sussex) and television coverage (The Vote, latest TV) the Malagiri Relief fund has been inundated with contributions. Justgiving donations currently amounts to £ 8,866 and in addition to the £500 we initially sent we will now be sending a transfer of some…

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We have now received more information from Nepal. A visitor from Belgium (and friend of our sister organisation, Trinity) was in Nepal at the time of the earthquake and she has visited Malagiri. The school is still intact but, unfortunately, it has sustained extensive damage. There are large cracks in the walls and on the…

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Students visit the school

Four students studying on the Advanced Studies route of the Primary Education BA(Hons) with QTS course at the University of Brighton have been given the opportunity to visit a School for Malagiri.

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