Rato Bangala School

Patan Dhoka, Lalitpur


Rato Bangala School is a co-educational school with a dual program for students and instructors under the UNESCO award-winning Rato Bangala Foundation. Rato Bangala School was founded in 1992 in Lalitpur, Nepal. The school works collaboratively with parents and the community to make learning meaningful.

The Rato Bangala Foundation (RBF), a non-profit organization, was founded in 2002 to promote the Rato Bangala experience to a larger public. The Foundation has trained hundreds of teachers in over several districts of Nepal.

The Ministry of Education of Nepal has accredited the school, as has the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES).

Salient Features

  • Rato Bangala features four well-equipped science laboratories that are used to prepare students for experiments.
  • The library at RBS includes a diverse collection of books to meet the needs of all readers, from beginning readers to adults. The library includes both online and in-person resources.
  • The RBS auditorium, which seats 450 people, is state-of-the-art. Special lectures, plays, assemblies, conferences, and external tests are all held here on a regular basis.
  • The computer laboratories are provided with a significant number of computers that are connected to a high-speed broadband internet connection and are equipped with the newest software and technologies.
  • RBS has a Dance Area and a Music Room, as well as an art room where children can indulge their aesthethic aspirations for dancing, music and art.
  • Rato Bangala has a football field on premise and rents one in the neighborhood, as well as a tennis court where pupils are taught the game.
  • Garden space is offered for children to cultivate vegetables, grains, herbs, and other plants in accordance with what is being learned, giving kids actual hands-on experience.
  • The school is housed in five large buildings that provide all of the necessary amenities.