Welcome to Rato Bangala School
Rato Bangala is a co-educational day school that also houses a teacher training institute. It strives to replicate its innovative teaching methods and quality instruction (called the Rato Bangala Method) in schools across Nepal.
Important Notice: CIE May/June 2015 Examination Notice for A Level Students.
Attention AI and A2 Students,
- Since the majority of the A1 students wish to sit the Math examinations in Oct/Nov session, we have decided to move the whole set to Oct/Nov for the A1 students.
- The May/June CIE A Level examinations will be conducted as scheduled.
- Please follow all the instructions regarding the examinations.
- Wear comfortable clothes (not school uniform).
- Bring some drinking water and snacks/lunch with you according to your schedule (for exams scheduled when school is closed).
- If candidates are severely traumatized and unfit to take examinations it is recommended that they withdraw their entries, and then re-enter for November. If students wish to withdraw their entries and re-enter for the November examinations, the same fees will be transferred. Students who wish to sit the examinations in November will have to inform Ms Rojala and Ms Rajni immediately. Please ensure that they have received your emails. firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
- A2 students: Please note that you are strongly advised to take the whole set of subjects to November if your reason to move it to November is because you are emotionally not ready now.
- Please note that CIE is NOT postponing the examinations.
- For candidates who do take their examinations the school will submit applications for special consideration so that CIE can take their specific circumstances into account during the marking and grading process.
Stay safe and strong. Best Wishes and Love.
RBS Earthquake Relief Work:
Volunteers Needed to Clear Rubble in Lalitpur
Interested Students from Grades X and A1 are requested to please come to school from 5 May at 9:00 AM to assist the Police in this endeavor.
- Please wear gloves, masks and caps and comfortable shoes.
- Bring a broom(strong ones for outdoors: khareto kucho) and dust pan
- Carry drinking water and snacks in a small backpack.
Students, Parents and Teachers interested in volunteering are requested to contact
Folding Gauze for Dhulikhel Hospital
Rato Bangala is helping Dhulikhel hospital folding gauze for them. Parents, teachers, students are all welcome. We have been folding gauze since April 30, and will continue to do so for a few days.
Collection of Relief Material
Please bring any of the following items in large to meet the great need. .
- Sealed bottles of cooking oil
- Dry goods that don't spoil
- Water purification tablets (Piyush, Iodine solution, Chlorine tablets)
- Mineral Water
- Sanitary napkins
- Medicines (Glucose, Dettol, Cetamol, Jeevan Jal)
**IF YOU HAVE TENTS and TARPAULINS AVAILABLE, PLEASE BRING THOSE AS WELL BECAUSE SHELTER IS THE MOST IMPORTANT AT THIS TIME.
We are also collecting clothes. If you bring clothes, please assure:
- Clothes are clean and folded and wrapped
- Clothes are labeled with a description of the item that includes size, and intended recipient (women/men or girls/boys)
RBS Alumni Earthquake Fund
Our Rato Bangala School alumni community is global, and many of you have asked how you can support relief efforts in Nepal. RBS alum Aarjan Dixit (RBS 2001) has organized a Rato Bangala School Alumni Earthquake Fund, the link for which is here: http://www.gofundme.com/rbsalumnifund In Aarjan’s words:
Dear RBS alumni and friends,
Some of the alumni of Rato Bangala School have started an earthquake relief and recovery fund for Nepal. The fund will focus on providing relief and recovery support in areas that were hit hardest by the earthquake.
This is a very trying time for many Nepalis. Tents, food, medicines, water are in short supply. Thousands of lives have been lost, many more are injured and the numbers are rising. Our fundraising drive will support local relief and recovery projects. We will ensure complete transparency and make sure that we do our best to identify and support efforts that have the maximum impact on communities that are the most vulnerable and in most need. We are grateful for the support of the Rato Bangala administration, and will work closely with the Rato Bangala team.
Please circulate this to your contacts and networks around the world to help raise funds, and help out if you can. Every amount you put in, however small, will count. Sending materials to Nepal is a logistical nightmare at the moment and in the long run doesn't really help the local economy. Sending funds and resources to trusted partners and organisations is the best way to help for many of you living outside Nepal. Help out please, and share widely.
Please get in touch with me if you want to be part of our effort.