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Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year!

Many congratulations to OSOC Nepal stalwart Gita who has won the award of Teacher of the Year 2019. Gita says “It was given for creating child friendly environment in teaching and learning process. They can learn at their own pace and according to their capacity in this environment and learning becomes long lasting.”

Well done Gita!

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Friends of OSOC Summer Walk

The Friends of OSOC are holding a celebratory OSOC walking weekend in August 2021 which is being led by our loyal supporter Ali.

The walk takes place in Box Hill amid the beautiful Surrey Hills and will take place over the weekend of August 14th-15th 2021.  It is suggested that each participant makes a £10 donation to OSOC.

They will be meeting for dinner at the Raj Indian restaurant on Friday 13th. If you would like to join them and would like further details, please contact Ali by email

Sponsor a Child

Please sponsor a child. £5 per month pays for a child to attend homework club. We ask for a year’s funds so that the student will have the knowledge that they will be a member of the homework club for a full year. In return you will receive messages from your sponsored student. Please bear in mind that English is not their first language. The tutors will help them  write their message!

This pays for children from the local government school to allow them to meet their potential. With professional tutors who will assist them in subjects leading up to SLC (School Leaving Certificate normally at age 16), essential if they are to have the opportunity to continue in education. English is key as further education is given in English and government schools teach in Nepali, whereas private schools teach in English.

Sajun Srijana

Homework Club student Sajun

Srijana receives her sponsorship gift from OSOC co-founder Dave Britten

The homework club runs from 7-8:30 AM and 4-5:30 PM and employs tutors to cover all subjects.

We now have 28 regular students coming to the Homework Club. Please help us increase this to 30!

A sponsorship form, for you to complete and forward to OSOC, can be downloaded here.

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The Homework Club

Homework Club students at play

OSOC Greetings Cards

OSOC has produced packs of greetings cards featuring beautiful views of Nepal. Details of these lovely cards can be found here

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OSOC recently sponsored Chameli School’s educational tour to Kathmandu. English teacher Upendra kindly supplied a report together with photographs of their visit.

We've provided all of our 31 Homework club students in Narayangarh with Covid-19 emergency supplies and food parcels for their families.

Unloading the supplies

Inspecting the delivery

Life saving food and PPE

Organising the distribution

OSOC Delivers Emergency Covid-19 Aid and Food Supplies

Many congratulations to Rojina, a heroine of  of OSOC Nepal, whose wedding took place in December 2020.  All at OSOC wish Rojina and her husband a wonderful long and happy marriage!

OSOC Sponsors School Trip to Kathmandu

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I am giving you short description that we made our educational tour. It was November 14, we 6 teachers and 29 students, started our journey at six in the morning by a bus. We had breakfast at Malekhu at 8:00 AM. We entered Kathmandu city at 11 AM .We had our lunch at Samakhusi and headed towards Narayanhity Palace now known as National museum, a historical place. After watching various historic things there we moved to Jawalakhel to observe the mat zoo.the children enjoyed watching various animals, birds and others. In the evening we moved to Pagan to observe Krishnamandir a temple of model Pagoda style. Later we moved to a luxurious hotel , Krishnatika hotel in Gaushala to have dinner and spent there the night. Early next morning we observed Pashupati temple worshipping there. After breakfast at Krishnatika we visited Bhaktapur . We observed different temple old houses and others. Then we visited Dharahara (under construction) Ranipokhari, Swayambhunath . And we had lunch at Kalanki and we returned home. It was 11 PM we got home.

It was so nice journey. Thank you for your help to make this tour effective. I have attached some photos herewith too.

Upendra Babu Dhakal, English Teacher, Chameli Devi Piya School,  Chitwan, Nepal

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