1. Admission open for Nursery - Class 5
2. Math Teacher Needed for upper primary.
3. April 27th (Baishak 14th) is the First Day of School!
4. General Notification
Uniform can be made at Gandaki Dress House
In front of UFO
Books Can Be Purchased at Pokhara Sahitya Sadan
Past Saleways on Palikhe Chowk
Research has shown the importance of books in the classroom. Class one takes time to listen to a good story book before heading to tiffin time.
Students in class two participate during a reading lesson. The Dream School offers holistic education in a welcoming environment that encourages students to love learning.
A few teachers stop for a photo at Parent & Guardians Appreciation Day. The staff at the Dream School are committed to becoming better teachers and implementing new strategies to provide the best education for the children of Nepal.
Students end the day reading books of their choice from the library. Providing the necessary resources and books for children to become life-long learners is a priority.
A student displays her artwork based on Van Gogh's famous painting, Starry Night. Students in upper grades participated in the first annual Art-Olio where they presented a report on a famous artist and completed a piece based on their artist.
Students share a special Nepali cultural dance at a special program. Special programs happen once a month to encourage students to grow and share their talents.
Students from LKG and UKG take time exploring different learning resources, puzzles, and games as they learn through play.
Students are given time to play and explore the world around them. They have one special class every day: Physical Education, Computer, Library, Music, or Art. The also get to participate in a club every Friday to learn a new skill, talent, game, or song.
Take a look at what we did last year at The Dream School. We learned so much and had fun doing it! We strive to provide excellent education to raise up the next generation of leaders.