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  • Annual Examination is scheduled from 16 - 26 November, 2016.

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Best students of the year - 2016

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Sonam Palden
Class: 12 Sc 'B'

Thukten Sherab
Class: 12 Com 'C'

Sonam Chokey
Class: 10 'B'

Karma Dorji
Class: 10 'B'

Date: 12/11/2016

Non-Academic Award Day

Date: 13/11/2016

Farewell to Class XII students

Date: 05/11/2016

Trial Result Day

Date: 05/11/2016

Examination Time Table for BCSE-X & BHSEC-XII (2016)
Date: 03/11/2016

Trial Exam wishes

Date: 17/10/2016

Apology

With regrets Motithang HSS family expresses its deep apology   for not being able to stage Dzongkha Drama “Sem Gi Zhidhey” during Thimphu tsechu holidays. Nevertheless the school is very pleased to stage the same play on November 11, 12 and 13, 2016 coinciding with the Birth Anniversary of the Fourth Druk Gyalpo Jigme Singye Wangchuck.

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Date: 15/10/2016

Acknowledgement to the Sponsors

We gratefully acknowledge the following firms/companies for their financial support made towards the staging of Theatrical Dzongkha Drama at Motithang HSS.

Date: 05/10/2016

The theatrical play Sem Gi Zhidhey

In line with the policy of wholesome education, to provide a platform for students to showcase their talents and also to revive the culture of theatrical performances in Bhutan, Motithang Higher Secondary School has staged a theatrical play as part of our Annual School Concert this year.
The school has been wholeheartedly assisted by two of the alumnis Mr. Kuenga Lhendup and Ms. Lhaki Dolma. Mr.Kuenga Lhendup was an active member of the Sherubtse Theatre Ensemble and Ms. Lhaki Dolma is a well known professional actor/director in the Bhutanese Film Industry.
The theatrical play – Sem Gi Zhidhey is a dzongkha adaptation of “An Inspector Calls”, a play written by J.B. Priestley. The play revolves around various themes such as social consciousness, inter-personal relationship and consequences of our individual actions. The performance is aimed to take the culture of theatrical performance to the next level involving the use of professional light and sound system.

We gratefully acknowledge Mr. Kunga Lhendup, Ms. Lhaki Dolma and Mr. Pema Jamtsho for their invaluable contributions.

-Mr. Jash Raj Gurung

Date: 03/10/2016

Annual concert

Date: 01/10/2016

Invitation to the Alumni of MHSS

Date: 01/10/2016

Third position in intra schools cultural dance competition

Date: 01/10/2016

Happy Blessed Rainy Day

Motithang Family would like to wish all the citizens of Bhutan a very Happy Blessed Rainy Day.

Date: 22/09/2016

Implementation of CL Structure in classroom

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Date: 05/09/2016

Reading Week

Reading: The Best Gift you can give yourself. That was the reading theme MHSS adopted this year to observe the annual Reading Week from 29th August to 3rd September 2016. The day began with the banner flying overlooking the assembly ground.
It had the above reading theme boldly written on it to catch the young readers’ minds. The importance of the moment was augmented by the Principal’s speech and madam Pema Yangden’s talk on the topic.
Throughout the week, the school observed one hour zero period to conduct the mass reading in the assembly ground and inside the class when it rained.
The week’s festive mood of reading became more when the book shops agreed to put up their stalls in the school for the whole time. The students’ class banners on reading kept flying outside their classes aided more meaning to the occasion.
Each student brought their own favorite books to read and continue reading them afterwards. The quiz competition conducted by the literary committee members for the junior classes was enriching and students seemed to enjoy it very much.
The closing of the Reading Week was all the more interesting as the school conducted galley walk for the Students. The Students dressed up in their favorite literary characters took the red carpet walk up to the podium to talk about their roles. The show they put up for the other students that way was indeed meaning full as that helped to open up the minds of many for R.. E.. A.. D.. I.. N ..G!

-Literary Coordinator

Date: 04/09/2016

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.

-Literary Coordinator

 

 

Date: 17/08/2016

Open-mike session

Open-mike session is an innovative program introduced in Motithang Higher Secondary school in 2015. This activity has proved to be an interesting one where the school invites learned scholars and personalities to deliver speeches on human values. Many guest speakers gave talks on important issues and also shared their experiences in life. One of the most inspiring talks was given by His Excellency Lyonpo Sonam Kinga, chairman of the National Council of Bhutan on August 13, 2016.
His Excellency gave us the freedom to choose a topic from the given options. Since majority wanted to listen about ‘Monarchy’, His Excellency talked about it. He not only talked about the institution of Monarchy in Bhutan but also all around the world.  We also received new information like there are about 195 -196 countries in the world out of which Monarchy still exists in 16 countries.
We learned about different types of monarchies like Absolute Monarchy in Saudi Arabia, Constitutional Monarchy in Japan and England and the other forms like Federal Monarchy and Elective Monarchy are also still prevalent today. Apart from what we study in history and civics we were further enriched with the new developments of monarchy I the world.
The program was very interesting and entertaining one with the video was also screened in between the activity. There was also a question-answer session with His Excellency related to his own experiences and struggles that he had overcome with hard work. He answered all our questions very diligently. He also gave us advice as to how we can go about in life.
He really touched our hearts by the program which was very inspirational, motivating and educational one. 
The program ended at around 12:10 PM. It was indeed a valuable program and all of us enjoyed gaining confidence to ask questions to the speakers.
We still look forward to attending such events in future.

-Sonam Palden (11 Sc A)

Date: 13/08/2016

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.

-Mrs. Pema Yangdon

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.

-Mrs. Pema Yangdon

 

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.
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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.

-Mrs. Pema Yangdon

 

Date: 28/05/2016