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असार पन्ध्र

असार पन्ध्र अर्थातमानो रोपेर मुरी फलाउने दिन आजभोलि यस दिनलाईधान दिवसका रुपमा पनि मनाउन थालिएको परम्परागत रुपमा यो दिनलाई किसानहरुले रमाइलो पर्व मानेर मनाउँदै आएका छन् यस दिन हिलोमा पसे गति परिन्छ भन्ने मान्यतालाई अँगालेर धेरै जसो नेपालीहरुले असार पन्ध्रमा हिलो खेल्ने परम्परा रहेको पाइन्छ यही परम्परालाई अघि बढाउँदै युलेन्स स्कुलमा सधैँका वर्षझैँ यो वर्ष पनि असार पन्ध्र मनाइयो


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SLC, HSEB and IBDP Graduation Ceremony

On 7th June 2014, Ullens School held its graduation ceremony for the graduating class of 2014, SLC, HSEB and IBDP. 26 students who completed SLC, 11 students who completed Higher Secondary Education Board, and 44 students who completed their International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme were awarded their certificates amidst a ceremony attended by over 500 guests, including families, teachers and staff. All the graduates celebrated their achievement with cheers from family, friends and teachers. Read More>>


 

 
 

Students trek to Chepang Village

16 Ullens students from grade 10 completed a 4 day trip that included a 2 day trek to Chepang Village area from April 1st to 4th 2014. Based on the theme celebrating the liberation...exploring Chepang Country.... greeting Rhinos!, the trip was part of their annual post SLC excursion and encouraged them to be tolerant, independent and appreciative. The trek began from Hugdi Khola Bridge on Prithvi Highway as the students did home stay in Hattibang Village and trekked to Siraichuli - Upardang Gadi via Chisapanitar and to Shaktikhor before driving to Sauraha for overnight stay at Chitwan Riverside Resort. The excursion included daily briefing and reflection sessions touching upon students' individual experiences and knowledge on the physical and cultural aspects of the region.

 

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A-level blow as Baccalaureate given same rating as 5 A grades

 

The credibility of A-levels received a fresh blow after it emerged that an 
alternative sixth form qualification is academically superior.

The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas) has developed a new 
tariff system which gives the International Baccalaureate an A-level 
equivalence for the first time.

An IB score of 38 points out of a maximum of 45 - which is achieved by more 
than 200 pupils a year at Sevenoaks School in Kent alone - is deemed to be 
equivalent to a staggering five A grades at A-level.

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