Celebrations have been taking place in the Village of Bung as the first phase of the 6 new and 2 refurbished classrooms at Shree Sagarmatha High School have been officially opened. A joyous ceremony saw the opening of 2 pairs of classrooms built to earthquake resistant standards with an innovative design that joins them with a shared covered area.  This will provide the necessary space for all weather, child centred learning activities. This phase of the project has been supported by the International Rotary and the Cheshire Fire Apprentices. The Apprentices were in attendance after travelling to Nepal to see the results of their tireless fundraising and help with the finishing touches. Read more in their blog here.
The project has also been supported by the Dudley Schools partnership who will be visiting in April and the British Foreign Schools Society and is part of CITC's wider vision to improve educational standards in the area which includes the ongoing sponsorship and development of teachers. Follow @CITCNepal on Facebook and Twitter to see the latest updates about the project.

Read more about CITC’s long term commitment to Shree Sagarmatha here.

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