April 3, 2019- All the educational institutions in the country are closed as social distancing and self-isolation remain the most effective preventive measures to stop the spreading of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Everyone is facing uncertainty at this time of the global pandemic. One of the biggest challenges that parents face during lockdown is keeping their kids engaged and feeling upbeat. So, to maintain the mental well-being of the students along with engaging and motivating them, amidst rising anxiety and isolation, Samriddhi School has created Google classroom for it's students from Playgroup to grade X to facilitate learning online.
Google Classroom is a free web service, developed by Google for educational institutions, that aims to simplify creating, distributing, and grading assignments in a paperless way. Learners and teachers can communicate about the assignments within the platform and teachers can monitor students' progress.
The school has also requested all the parents and students to be a part of the Samriddhi School Google Class. This initiative is thought to be helpful at the time of uncertainty.
"We will continue to keep our families informed as we develop a plan to support students with their learning. Take care of yourself and your family," Naresh Prasad Shrestha, CEO/Principal of Samriddhi School said in a statement issued by the School. "Our thoughts are with all of our Samriddhi families during these challenging times."
Samridhhi School is located at Binayak Basti, Balaju 16, Kathmandu. It is committed to provide an outstanding learning environment for students, enabling them to thrive in a complex, constantly changing world, getting more interconnected by the day.