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Celebrating the 60th Birth Anniversary of our fourth Druk Gyalpo in our own small way.

No words would match the love and gratitude we feel for our beloved father who envisioned the nation as the HAPPIEST COUNTRY OF THE WORLD. Today we take this opportunity to wish our FATHER a very long life.


The choesham (alter) that is dedicated to our fourth king was inaugurated by Dasho Sangay Khando on 9th of November, 2015.

A Note to Every Teacher

Develop positive discourse with students with challenging behavior

Think about what you say to the difficult students in your classroom. Are you constantly bombarding your more challenging students with requests to do something? Do you find yourself constantly asking students to stop doing what they are doing? No one likes being badgered and pestered, and your students are no exception.

  • Try to find a time or place when you can have positive discussion with the problem student.
  • Notice and mention the positive behaviors they exhibit.
  • Remind yourself that even if a challenging student appears unresponsive to your requests, she is hearing the messages that you are giving her. Her responses may not change her immediate behavior but may matter in the long term.
Make extra effort to develop and sustain relationships with difficult students

Difficult students require more energy on your part. For example, you may need to spend time with them individually to get to know them better — to understand their interests as well as what motivates them. This will not only allow you to tailor your instruction to their interests and motivation, but the time spent will also allow them to develop trust in you. Recent research on high school students who have frequent and intense discipline problems shows that when adolescents perceive their teachers are trustworthy people, they show less defiant behavior (Gregory & Ripski, 2008). Persistent teacher-student conflict throughout the elementary years increases the likelihood that children will exhibit negative externalizing behaviors (O’Connor et al., 2012), so it is important for teachers to build close relationships at an early age with children at-risk for behavioral issues.


Source: American Psychological Association

Teachers Day Celebration

Every year 2nd May is celebrated as Teachers’ Day in Bhutan, coinciding with the Birth Anniversary of the Third Druk Gyalpo, who introduced modern education in the country and is considered as the father of modern Bhutan. Students across the country put their best efforts to celebrate this day in as grand a manner as possible. They present various programs to entertain their teachers. They also send messages to praise their teachers and present cards and gifts to thank their teachers. The day is to pay tribute to the hard work and devotion of the teachers all year long, to educate their students. This day is in fact one of the most enthusiastically awaited occasions in any school.

Kelki students too celebrated the Teachers’ Day hugely. The students tried to thank their teachers in the best possible way they could. They had been preparing for the occasion for a long time.  The program started at 9:30 am in the assembly ground with the singing of Zhabteon and few songs and dances in the open ground. There were also some games arranged for the teachers like musical chair and gift passing game. It was then followed by lighting of butter lamps and cake cutting ceremony in the auditorium.

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First Unit Test Result Declaration

The examination committee formally declared the result of the First Unit Test on 1st of May 2015. As usual the subject toppers and the stream toppers were awarded Principal’s Certificates in the morning assembly for their outstanding performances in the First Unit Test. In the mean time, the parents/guardians have been invited to visit the school and meet their child’s class teacher to see their child’s performance in the First Unit Test.