This week our photos come from BCF teachers Kezia and Ashley! Final exams are coming up for students in Bhutan, and our teachers have been reflecting back on the past year spent educating their students. A few teachers will be returning
Nobody does picnics like the Bhutanese! As the school year is coming to an end, schools across Bhutan organize picnics with staff and students. BCF teacher Sarah shares some photos from Tshangkha Lower Secondary School’s fun filled day! Choose a location +
For an upcoming video project to be included in a variety show, BCF teacher Sarah Diamond and her students created this fun photo at Tshangkha Lower Secondary School in Trongsa. Stay tuned for the completed video! Visit Sarah’s blog at Sarah Out
BCF teacher Sarah Diamond is currently teaching English at Tshangkha LSS, in Trongsa. This is Sarah’s second year teaching in Bhutan and you can read all about her fun and sometimes humorous adventures here – Sarah Out and Abhut!
This weeks photo comes from BCF teacher Ashley Lenzen who is teaching Math at Nangkhor HSS in Pemagatshel. For students in Bhutan, their school day starts with morning assembly. Students line up in neatly straight rows and are guided through their morning
This massive statue measures in at a height of 51.5 meters, making it one of the largest statues of Buddha in the world! The Buddha Dordenma is located atop a hill in Kuenselphodrang Nature Park and overlooks the Thimphu Valley.
Two teachers currently in Bhutan – Ashley Lenzen who is teaching Math at Nangkhor HSS in Pemagatshel, and Angela Sutton who is teaching Special Education at Khaling LSS in Trashigang – share photos from their individual gardens! “Here’s what I see when I open my front
In our opinion teachers should be celebrated every day! BCF teacher Sarah, who is currently teaching English at Tshangkha LSS in Trongsa, and Ashley who is teaching Math at Nangkhor HSS in Pemagatshel, both shared photos from Teachers Day at their schools.
BCF teacher, Sarah Diamond, in her second year at Tshangkha LSS, shares some love and the occasional frustration on the life of a teacher. I love to laugh. I’m good at laughing. So, more often than not I have to
Marie-France Grenouillet is a talented photographer who sent us some lovely photos from her trip to Bhutan in November 2013. See more of Marie’s photos from Bhutan here and visit her website www.planetstillalive.com.