A visit by Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Singay

A very fortunate movement for our school in getting the blessing of our Sikyong

A full day opera show at UTCV on Jetsun Milarepa

We feel proud enough to show the full day opera show for the fourth times since its inception in 2013.

Basketball tournament on process

Health is wealth. The majority of the students take keen interest in various competition between the four houses.

Play enactment on the origin of Tibetan language

During the Tibet our country program the whole classes were required to come up with creative dramas , plays, speeches etc on our beloved country Tibet.

Inter house athletic meet in full swing

Participation in the sports provides and builds ones confidence, leadership qualities, team work, provides energy and improves stamina. Student taking part in inter house 1600 meter running.

Sunday, 30 April 2017

CLASS 10 TREKKING




TCV Chauntra Trekking
"Trekking is a form of walking, undertaken with the specific purpose of exploring and enjoying the scenery. It usually takes place on trails in areas of relatively unspoiled wilderness."
TCV Chauntra TrekkingEvery year our school organizes a trekking program especially for the students of class 10 and the activity was carried out successfully on 29 and 30 April 2017. The children were accompanied by their class and the subject teachers. This year once again they chose Billing for their camping spot and they stayed overnight there.
TCV Chauntra TrekkingBilling is a popular site for the paragliding for the both the Indians and the visitors from all over the world. It is located at 14 km north of Bir at an elevation of 2400 metres. Bir is a small village located on the west of Jogindernagar Valley in Himachal Pradesh in the north of India. It contributes endless beauty to the land of Himachal. The most prominent spot under this valley is the Billing.
Basically a trekking can be an intense physical exercise and a unique raw learning experience of handling difficult situations and circumstances. As presumed it was an adventurous and a memorable trip filled with fun and laughter mixed with hard work and challenges for the students as well as for the teachers. Students were able to seek first hand experiences with joy and had great time exploring various unexplored environment and wilderness.

INTER-HOUSE CULTURAL SONG AND DANCE PRACTICE PROGRAM


The on-going program in the school is the cultural song and dance practice. This is yet another significant program of the school which makes children connected to their roots. There are four Houses namely Nyatri, Songtsen, Trisong and Triral. Each House has to prepare four items each - two dances, one group song and a duet. This is another program in which almost the whole school participate.

Nowadays it’s summer timetable. The class begins at 7 a.m. in the morning and ends at 2.20 p.m. Right after the lunch at around 3 p.m. the practice begins. Then after the evening self study, those who are in the dance group have to go again for the practice till 8.30 to 9 p.m. The final Inter-House Cultural Song and Dance Competition will be held on 27 May 2017.

All the very best to all the Houses!!!

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

TIBET OUR COUNTRY PROJECT



TCV Chauntra Tibet Our Country ProjectTibet Our Country Project is one of the prime activities in TCV Schools where children get to know a lot about our country, Tibet. This program is specially designed in such a way that children get to feel the true essence of the rich and the unique culture of our great nation. The key objective of organizing such program in the school is to educate and impart the knowledge in our children about our country and keep them connected with their roots.
TCV Chauntra Tibet Our Country ProjectSo here in our school TCV School Chauntra, the conclusion day function was held on 26 April 2017 on the very auspicious day of Lhakar, ‘the White Wednesday’ after almost a month long research, study and preparation.
TCV Chauntra Tibet Our Country ProjectThe day started with the incense burning prayer (SANGSOL in Tibetan) at 7 a.m. in the morning. It was soon followed by the presentation on this particular ritual by the students of class 3. After the prayer the staff members and children participated in the traditional circular dance called ‘Gorshey’. It was indeed a very special morning to all of us.
The focus area of this year’s program is ‘SECULAR ETHICS’. Every class had to do research, learn and prepare presentations either directly or indirectly related with it particularly. The program covers a wide range and varieties of topic presentations that it was not possible to complete in one day. As every topic is important, the school administration decided to provide opportunities to every class to display and showcase their activities during the morning assembly. Every class participated as according to their own class level and as per their age group. There are dramas, songs, power point presentations and whole lot as such the program is still on the go.
Hopefully we shall be able to give a complete conclusion to this special program within this week. Happy learning everyone and be proud of your country and your nation!!!

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

HIMALAYAN HEALTH CARE PROGRAM


tcv chuantra himalayan health exchange“Health is wealth.” As saying goes we consider our children’s health our first priority. So for the last couple of years we are honored and privileged to receive constant help from the Himalayan Medical Team lead by Mr. Ravi Singh in maintaining proper health of our children. This year too they were here in the school premises for three days. During these three days they did thorough check up of all the children and dealt with all kinds of problem such as dental, eye etc. The staff members could also enjoy the benefit.
tcv chuantra himalayan health exchangeTheir contribution to the school is of course no doubt ‘KINDNESS IN ACTION’ in practical. We appreciate and acknowledge their assistance, support and contribution to the school. Thus we extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every doctor who was here in the school and special thanks goes to Mr. Ravi Singh for his selfless and compassionate act towards the school.
Their visit ended with the variety show, the song and dance performances by the children. The children who stayed back during the winter vacation in the school gave the most number of performances. We would like to thank once again to each and every member of this team. We hope to have you in the near future too.


Saturday, 15 April 2017

CHANGES IN SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION


TCV Chauntra Administration change
TCV School Chauntra yet again experienced another huge change in the school administration section. Today at 12 noon, all the staff and the children gathered in school hall to attend a special function or a ceremony for the valediction of the outgoing Headmaster Mr. Dawa Gyatso who had served this school since the year 2004. He has dedicated almost thirteen years service to this school. During these years he had worked for the welfare of the children and the staff. He was a good, understanding and approachable leader. He was specially very close and caring towards the children.  

The school Principal Mr. Passang Tsering congratulated him by offering the traditional white scarf and a memento for being promoted to TCV Gopalpur for the post of Senior School’s Headmaster. We would like to wish him all the best of luck for his future endeavor and hope his leadership will grow and flourish for the betterment of the children and the school.

On this very occasion we were also introduced to our new Headmaster and Assistant Headmaster of the school. Thus we are honored to have our former Assistant Headmaster, Mr. Karma Tashi for our new Headmaster and Mr. Choetop Tashi, the Social Science teacher of senior section as our new Assistant Headmaster.

Mr. Karma Tashi is one of the most senior staff members of this school. He has served this school for more than 27 years. He joined this school as a teacher in 1990 and worked as Assistant Headmaster since 1997. He is obviously the most experienced and most well deserved candidate for this post.

Mr. Choetop Tashi, the new Assistant Headmaster has served this school since 2005 as a social teacher. He has off and on been the Chairperson of different committees in our school. Therefore he has experience and good leadership qualities.

Therefore we would like to wish both of them heartfelt good wishes on behalf of all the children and the staff members of TCV School Chauntra.

FAREWELL DINNER FOR THE OUTGOING STAFF


The school Staff Welfare Committee organized a grand farewell dinner party for following outgoing staff members in the evening 15 April 2017 for their dedication and commitment towards their own duties and responsibilities. We wish them all a happy and a prosperous future.

Mr. Dawa Gyatso (Headmaster)

Ms. Tsultrim Choekyi  (Montessori Teacher)

Mrs. Choenyi Lhamo (Peon)

Mr. Norbu (Contract Staff)
TCV Chauntra Farewell


TCV Chauntra Farewell

Sunday, 9 April 2017

Farewell to the Senior most staff of TCV School Chauntra, Ms. Tsultrim Choekyi


TCV Chauntra Farewell
Ms. Tsulrim Choekyi has served this school itself for more than 42 years as a Montessori teacher. She has finally retired this year in 2017. She joined this institution in the early nineteen seventies in Patlikuhl in Kullu District. She has contributed immensely in the education of the children. She was specially very loving and caring towards those little children. It was indeed a very sad moment for all of us here to see her leaving the school after all these long years. We want to wish her good health and a very happy life ahead. We are definitely going to miss her specially the young kids.

Friday, 7 April 2017

Health Day Report



TCV Chauntra Health Day
The World Health Day is celebrated every year on 7th April under the direction of WHO to draw attention towards the importance of global health.

The theme of 2017 World Health Day Campaign “ DREPRESSION, LET’S TALK “

Aims and objectives:

To promote healthier living habit.

TCV Chauntra Health DayTo enhance the awareness on “DEPRESSION; its causes, symptoms, and prevention.

To motivate the children to practice yoga for sound health.

Implementation:

1. Under the school Management Committee, we organized a family meeting one day before the actual date.



The staff spent a quality time with children of their respective home to listen, lessen their problems.

We organized the children in a small group to have an open talk to express once feeling and to feel at home.

Some children expressed their feelings with heavy heart.

We hope this meeting had helped some children to feel better and relaxed after bursting their feelings in this well-informed and meaningful family meeting.

2. On the actual day (Health Day), during Morning Prayer under the guidance of school PTI, we practiced “YOGA” therapy to manage mental and emotional problems.

Conclusion:

We the team of Health Committee would like to express our sincere appreciation to all the staff for supporting us to make this day a successful and a meaningful one.

Health Committee Members:Mrs. Sonam Sangmo la( Head )

Mrs. Tenzin Dolker la

Miss. Lhakpa Tsamchoe la

Mr. Tenzin Gyachen la

Mrs. Ngawang Dolma

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Inter House Basketball Tournament


A basketball tournament was played among the four houses of the school. Students are put under two categories senior and inter division for both boys and girls. After having a month long practice the matches were played result turned out like this as given below

Final Score

 SENIOR  BOYS
 SENIOR   GIRS
INTER   BOYS
INTER   GIRLS
Nyatri House
4th
3rd
1st
1st
Songtsen House
1st
4th
2nd
4th
Trisong House
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
Triral House
3rd
1st
4th
2nd


The overall winning trophy of Inter house basketball tournament 2017 was lifted by Nyatri House (red). Every students started singing champion song and celebration.
TCV Chauntra Inter House Basketball Tournament 2017

TCV Chauntra Inter House Basketball Tournament 2017

TCV Chauntra Inter House Basketball Tournament 2017


Tuesday, 4 April 2017

SCHOOL SHAKE OUT PREPAREDNESS DRILL


tcv chauntra SCHOOL SHAKE OUT PREPAREDNESS DRILL


tcv chauntra SCHOOL SHAKE OUT PREPAREDNESS DRILL Tibetan Children’s Village School, Chauntra observed the anniversary of the devastating Kangra Earthquake which occurred on 4th April 1905 killing more than 19,000 people. We marked the day with the earthquake shakeout preparedness drill at 11 a.m. on 4th April 2017, Tuesday. All the staff and the students participated in the drill and it was successfully carried out under the guidance and the supervision of the School administrators.

tcv chauntra SCHOOL SHAKE OUT PREPAREDNESS DRILL The drill was done especially to ensure and educate our young generation to follow the safety measures and realize the huge developmental gains in terms of education over the past years. It is certainly very important to keep the memories of the past disasters alive to avoid repeating the same mistakes in the future. The entire school practised the DROP, COVER and HOLD ON and then evacuated the rooms as according to the instructions.

The school has taken a new dimension in carrying out the procedures of the drill. All the staff members are distributed into different management groups or teams with a group leader and an assistant each to remain fully alert in case of any kind of emergencies and disasters in the school.





Followings are the different management groups to handle such disaster.

School’s Disaster Management Team

Awareness Campaign Team

Disaster Alarming Team

Fire Fighter Team

Disaster Rescue Team

Transportation Team

First Aid Service Team

Media Management Team

Food Supply Team etc.