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ATTENTIONThe videos of our JW School Concert shall be put up as soon as they have been edited. So please bear with us!Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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THE IMPORTANCE OF SKILLS AND TEAMWORK!The girls of classes 8 & 9 are going to perform a fan dance this year. However, they could not find suitable fans despite hunting for them all over town. Then Hishey Norbu (Class VIII), decided to make fans for the girls to help them relieve their stress during the practice time. Inspired, Pema Khenray volunteered to make openable fans for the performance. She worked at it for 6 hours at home! Parents also offered to bring the fans from outside Bhutan. In the end, all of them got nice fans for tonight's performance!The School Concert gave them the opportunity to work as a team and team spirit got the job done!Our Junior Wing School Concert will start tonight from 5PM. Due to a shortage of space, we have introduced a ticket system to limit the seats fairly!We hope you will enjoy the hard work of both students and teachers! Let's enjoy the evening together! ... See MoreSee Less
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MOCK DRILL! ... See MoreSee Less
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VERITAS INTEGRITAS HUMILITASYour true 'ter'. ... See MoreSee Less
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CRIME AND PUNISHMENTOur students received an introductory session by the Royal Bhutan Police today on the law. What are crimes and what are the consequences. As Bhutan develops and changes, it's becoming more important for our youth to understand the boundaries of their freedoms and rights. ... See MoreSee Less
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SCHOOL CONCERT 2022!The JW Annual Concert is coming up, and students are practicing their performances everyday!Sir Shimpei, Sir Tulasi and Sir Tandin, led by Lopen Rinzin and Mdm Deki have been preparing the stage. ... See MoreSee Less
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Students and staff are having their biometrics taken today.Officials from the Department of Civil Registration and Census are now here assisted by De Suups. ... See MoreSee Less
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WORLD LITERACY DAYEvery year, UNESCO selects a theme for International Literacy Day. This year, the theme was “Transforming Literacy Learning Spaces” to help inform people of the importance of literacy learning spaces to build inclusive education for all.On the 8th of September, we celebrated the 'World Literacy Day' with the speech of our literary captain, Tenzin Thinley Gyatsho, class 7 in the morning assembly. Knowing the importance of reading and public speaking, Pelkhil School conducts English and Dzongkha speech everyday during the morning assembly. They choose their own topics and share their message with other students. We started with class 9 and we have reached class 7 at present. Our primary students also will have the opportunities soon. ... See MoreSee Less
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We offer our deepest condolences to the British Royal Family for the loss of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty served with dedication for over 70 years and her passing marks the end of an era. ... See MoreSee Less
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