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New Florence International Boarding School

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New Florence International Boarding School
Location
Kathmandu

Information
TypeCoeducational
MottoKnowledge For Peace 'n' Progress
Established1993 AD
PrincipalRatna Bahadur Gurung
HousesRed/Blue/Yellow/Green                    
NicknameNew FIBS
Information+977-01-4273500
Website

New Florence International Boarding School is located in Tankeshwor-13, Kalimati, Kathmandu, Nepal and consists of over a thousand students. The institution teaches students from pre-primary to grade 10. Established in 1993 by Ratna Bahadur Gurung, it teaches up to the Lower-Secondary level SLC qualifications and guides its alumni to a college education.

Curriculum[edit]

The school delivers a curriculum designed to meet the needs of each student through the application of Nepal’s National Curriculum. The Curriculum is taught via the "Developmental Interactive Approach". English is the medium of instruction. The primary curriculum includes the core areas of English and Nepali Language and Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Health and Physical Education, Creative and Expressive Arts, Information and Communications Technology and Vocational Education.

Students leave school to extend their knowledge and experience through educational field trips. This provides a direct first hand experience in learning as well as providing a stimulus for classroom work. In teaching English a high priority is placed on all aspects of literacy: speaking, listening, reading and writing, spelling and handwriting.

Art, music and drama rooms develop a student’s creativity, and confidence. New FIBS emphasize student’s performance skills. During Curriculum Night each term, parents are informed of their child’s grade curriculum. At the end of each school year a Curriculum Committee reviews each the grade's curriculum in relation to “Best Teaching Practices” used throughout the year and student academic performance. Changes to the curriculum are made accordingly.

The Primary School consists of classes 1 to 5. In addition to oral work, activities, games, practicals and excursions, students are taught English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer Studies, Moral Science, General Knowledge and Health Education. They are taught gymnastics, swimming and activities such as singing, dance and instrumental music.

The Lower Secondary School consists of classes 6 to 8. Besides English, Nepali, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer Studies, Moral Science and General Knowledge, the students are introduced to advanced level Mathematics and H.P.E. (Environment Health & Population) Co-curricular activities also includes Club activities.

The Secondary School consists of classes 9 and 10. The Nepal Government (S. L. C.) curriculum is followed in these classes. The students take part in co-curricular activities and club activities. They are also introduced to a course in Advanced Level English.

Students’ service and facilities[edit]

The classroom has a capacity of 40 students and offers a hostel, close to the school building. Food is provided by the school cafe. Hot and cold drinks are available and snacks.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Sport activities include volleyball, basketball, football, cricket, table tennis and other indoor games. Field trips are arranged to nearby places. An annual picnic is held to encourage student socialisation.

Internal evaluation[edit]

Monthly progress reports on homework, note presentation and classroom performance are sent to parents. New FIB'S have three terminal examinations in a season before the board exam (including preboard).

References[edit]

Coordinates: 27°42′3.54″N 85°18′5.62″E / 27.7009833°N 85.3015611°E / 27.7009833; 85.3015611

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