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Geography models of landforms by Class VII and VIII! ... See MoreSee Less

September 27th, 1:59 pm  ·  

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September 22nd, 6:12 pm  ·  

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You ask them not to litter the campus with their leftover food. But some students seem to think their lunch comes with a butler to pick up after them. ... See MoreSee Less

September 20th, 6:20 pm  ·  

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Our students received their 2nd COVID 19 vaccination today. ... See MoreSee Less

September 14th, 5:16 pm  ·  

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PROPER FUTSAL SHOESThere's a lot of confusion on the types of shoes to wear for futsal. Most people play with regular football cleats that are too long for futsal. If you play on the typical indoor court with a smooth surface like a basketball court, you need a shoe with a smoother sole. (Left pic)But if you play on a futsal turf court, then you need a sole with a more rubbery grip. ( Right pic) ... See MoreSee Less

September 10th, 11:14 pm  ·  

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The team Pelkhil from Bhutan did the entry for KOOV challenge 2021 contest! KOOV is the SONY education product and they are organizing the contest every year. For the first time from Bhutan, Pelkhil School did the entry of their future robots!Duesum (cl8), Rigzin (cl6) & Tshokey (cl6) created a water filter robot with the shape of fish in order to utilize the limited source of water in Bhutan.Shrayan (cl7), Kelsang (cl7) & Hishey (cl7) created a garbage collector robot to transform the garbage into the materials which are environment friendly in order to tackle the garbage problem of the world.Tenzin (cl6), Yogen (cl6) & Anika (cl6) created a garbage segregation robot to help people who segregate the garbage manually at present. This inspiration came after visiting Greener Way! Tashi Delek to all the new robot engineers!This entry made it possible thanks to our Art Teacher, Shimpei Ueno and our JW Head, Mdm Rie. And of course, the generous donation of KOOV kits for our students' learning from Mr. Yasunori Mori. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

September 9th, 11:37 pm  ·  

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English is a foreign language in Bhutan and students learn it for the first time in Class PP. Most students join school speaking in their own mother tongue and Class PP is the point at which competency in English begins to develop. It is almost magical how quickly it develops at this age in a supportive environment.This is Class PPA with Mdm Munna. ... See MoreSee Less

September 7th, 9:55 pm  ·  

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Some clips from today's friendlies at Sersang Primary School. ... See MoreSee Less

August 30th, 9:32 pm  ·  

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FOOTBALL FRIENDLY AT SERSANG!Today Sersang Primary School hosted Pelkhil's JW students for a friendly football match for both boys and girls. All the kids thoroughly enjoyed themselves and both girls and boys played to a 0-0 and 1-1 draw respectively. We would like to thank Sersang Primary School for their hospitality today and we look forward to a return leg back at Pelkhil very soon! ... See MoreSee Less

August 30th, 8:56 pm  ·  

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Clearing up the school lawn today to add some proper walkways. ... See MoreSee Less

August 28th, 10:45 pm  ·  

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