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  • The interested parents and alumni are invited/requested to join with Motithang HSS family to help and guide our children, in the process of teaching and learning. This will be solely for having a variety in learning and bring a new change. This will happen during the weekend. Your presence will be appreciated with positive hopes. The parents can come and contact with Madam Tashi Chozom, vice principal (academic head).

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Chobum recitation

Students and lopens reciting chobum in MPH for the well being of all the sentient beings.




Date: 20/08/2016

High Tea Session

Motithang family hosted the high tea session to honor the students who secured 80% and above in the mid-term exam this year. The school also invited the parents of the students to celebrate their children’s success and also to support them in future.

The school also awarded letters of appreciation to all the students in the morning assembly. The session ended with words of wisdom and advice from the School Management Board vice-chairman Dasho Pema Jungne.

The motive of the school for this session is not just to congratulate them but also to inspire and encourage the other students to do well in their studies.



Date: 17/08/2016

Visit of Dokhampa Rinpoche

His Eminence visited Motithang Higher Secondary School today on invitation of our school management. His Eminence gave teachings on the basic fundamentals of being a Buddhist. His Eminence focused on negative deeds, positive deeds and taming one’s own mind. His Eminence also shared that a Buddhist does not believe in a greater being or accidental occurrence but believes that whatever happens to an individual is because of his/her own karma (one’s own actions, speech and thought). His Eminence also taught us to believe in Cause and Effect that is, there will be a result of every karma and the world is called the world of hopes and possibilities with ripen conditions.

His Eminence said that feeling loved by others depend on ourselves. It depends on how much we appreciate things around us. As children, we should appreciate our parents for their kindness. His Eminence also taught us how to be a compassionate person in life to love, respect, care and build relationship to have a beautiful world to live in. The world is the reflection of your visualization. Eating meat is also a visualization. If we see a dead cow, most of us will feel disgusted to eat it but if the meat from the very dead cow is cooked very well and served, you will eat it happily. It’s solely your mind which creates the various feelings (sadness or happiness). Therefore, it is very important to tame our mind to understand that happiness is within us.

Date: 20/07/2016

Happy Summer Vacation

“I am so tired of summer vacation, said no teacher ever”. Still then all MHSS family deserve a very happy moments with their loved ones at home. Till now we didn’t remember to do so because we were busy giving a helping hand to all our challenging future citizens. Happy holiday.

Date: 30/06/2016

Exam wishes

Date: 13/06/2016

PD on Competency Based Question

We were fortunate to have Mr. Arjun from BCSEA to enlighten us on setting competency based question. This programme was mainly conducted to bring a change in teaching and learning processes. This was mainly for teachers to upgrade their questioning skills, to make our children competent for the new world. This professional development helped to equip the teachers in knowing their children’s ability and how to cope up with different questioning patterns. In this way, both teachers and students can know each other in the best possible ways. Therefore, this can really help to have a conducive learning in the classroom.


Date: 4/06/2016

Train your brain

Teachers and students attending a program on how to train your brain organized by Khazon, in association with the Bhutan Innovation and Technology Centre of the IT park. The trainer, Squadron Leader Jayasimha, is the only Indian to hold maximum (fourteen) Guinness Records in the world.
The event was a creative memory and study skills workshop to show participants tools, techniques and skills in remembering information with the least effort possible.
To learn more on how to train your brain Click here


Date: 30/05/2016

PD on 21st Century Pedagogy

We all are now stepping into the new world with lots of competitions and challenges. Therefore, all the teachers in the school must be advanced with the 21st century teaching pedagogy in the classroom.

We were very lucky to have our two competent colleagues to help us on this and felt awakened. Now, we can really guide our children with confidence and understand our children in a better way. This 21st century teaching pedagogy can prepare our children to face the new world with commitments.


Date: 28/05/2016

Mock drill

Why do we need to prepare for an earthquake?
We need to orient the students. We do not know where and when exactly an earthquake will occur, but we can learn and teach the needed actions to avoid the possible effects and impacts that it can bring. School children spend most of their time in school. If an earthquake occurs during school time, as teachers you will have to respond and secure the safety of all your students.

What do we need to do during earthquakes?
We can observe safety measures to avoid the impacts of an earthquake. We need to familiarize ourselves and teach our students about school surroundings. You can start by having class activities wherein you and your students can go around the school premises to be familiarized with the earthquake safe spots in your school (Open spaces, etc.) and to identify unsafe practices, potential hazards, and danger zones in case of an earthquake.

Practice now so you can protect yourself without hesitation during a real earthquake.

- MoHCA,Department of Disaster Management

Date: 20/05/2016

Annual Sports day

The family of Motithang Higher Secondary School conducted its Annual Athletic Meet on the 14th of May 2016. As the day approached, the family geared up for it with excitement. The theme was: “Stay active for sound body and mind”. Indeed, it was an experience to be cherished. We were humbly honoured with the presence of Lyonpo Leki Dorji, the minister for the Ministry of Economic Affairs as our chief guest.
His Excellency reiterated to our young minds the importance of taking part in variety of sporting events which would ultimately lead to the wholesome development and wished them good luck for the events. This year’s highlight was “passing the ball” game played between the parent and his /her child which happened for the first time in the history of MHSS. The great day came to an end with the award of medals, certificates and prizes including for throws and jump events which were held prior to the sports day.
This year, Wangchuk House emerged as the champion house and they celebrated with great pomp and show.

Date: 14/05/2016

Teachers’ Day

The Prime Minister, Minister for Education, Cabinet Ministers, and representatives of parents, students and well-wishers gathered at the Royal Institute of Management (RIM) on 2nd May 2016 to pay tribute to the teachers across the nation as the nation celebrated the birth anniversary of the third Druk Gyalpo and teacher’s day.
About 1400 teachers from schools in Thimphu were given a red carpet welcome followed by cultural programme by Motion Pictures Association. A lottery draw with an array of gifts for teachers, sponsored by various private individuals and companies was held.
The Prime Minister thanked the teachers for their selfless service to educate the nation and declared 2016 as the “Teacher Professional Development” Year to fast forward the programme on up-scaling teacher competencies to improve the quality of Education.

Courtesy – Ministry of Education.

Date: 02/05/2016


The interested parents and alumni are invited/requested to join with Motithang HSS family to help and guide our children, in the process of teaching and learning. This will be solely for having a variety in learning and bring a new change. This will happen during the weekend. Your presence will be appreciated with positive hopes. The parents can come and contact with Madam Tashi Chozom, vice principal (academic head).

Date: 16/04/2016