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Extracurricular activities and clubs have many benefits for children. They help kids explore their physical, creative, and social potential. They allow kids to find out where their career may lie. Activities can teach real world skills that encourage life-long interests. They encourage teamwork and leadership skills, responsibility and discipline. Extracurricular activities teach children to multitask and micromanage as they juggle the demands of school, friends, and family. Activities allow kids to boost their self-esteem as they learn to perform in something they enjoy. They may find friends that share their common interests and also meet kids from other backgrounds. All enjoyable activities provide a source of stress relief.
Activities, such as sports, drama, music, scouting, dance, and various clubs, are an important part of the educational experience of many students. Most studies find that children who participate in these activities are more successful academically than those who don’t. It’s not clear whether this is because the brighter, more energetic students are also the ones who participate more in extracurricular activities, or whether the activities themselves boost students’ academic performance. Probably both are true.

Such activities offer other benefits as well. For a child who is not gifted academically, the chance to excel in the arts or in sports, for example, can make a huge difference in self-esteem. Many extracurricular activities teach real-world skills, such as journalism, photography, or debate, which can lead to lifelong interests, even careers. Teens and preteens who devote themselves to service projects, such as food drives, book drives, or neighborhood improvement projects, learn that they can make a difference and contribute to society. They also learn teamwork and leadership skills that may be even more important in the long run than some of the academic subjects they study.

Extracurricular activities and clubs also play a role in reducing drug and alcohol use and irresponsible sexual activity in older children and teens, especially those who otherwise would be on their own after school. It’s not only a matter of keeping the kids busy. The self-esteem and sense of purpose that children can get from serious involvement in extracurricular activities may help raise their aspirations and give them a reason to say “no” to risky behaviors.

As important as the activities themselves are the relationships young people can build with the committed adults who direct the activities. In a groundbreaking study of children growing up in Hawaii, it was often the presence of this sort of supportive relationship, either with parents or with another adult–that made the difference between success in life and later unemployment or even legal problems.

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Dance Competition

Dance Competition

Dance Competition

Dance Competition

Dance Competition

Dance Competition

Dance Competition

Dance Competition

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August 13, 2017

On 28th Baisakh 2075, Edify conducted Spelling and Handwriting Competition where almost 100 students participated from Nursery to Grade 10.

And the winners for Spelling Competition are:

Grade

 

1st

2nd

Kindergarten I

Erika Rai Aliza Puri

Kindergarten II

Mohan k. Rajbanshi Aarush  Neupane
Ferrous K.C. Sanjay Baral
Samikshya Gharti Unika Giri
Sankalpa Bhatta Ukesh Giri
Shreeya Bhujel

1,2 and 3

Subita Gautam Smriti Thapa Magar
Pawan  Pandey Angel Jaiswal
Rashmi Khadka Abishka Shahi

4,5,6 and 7

Biraj Subedi Anmol Magar
Sanskriti Paudel Ishan Gurung
Anubhav Khadka Anushka wagle
Chirag Shrestha Aaditi Ale Magar

  8, 9 and 10

Devendra Giri Priya Chaudhary
Samir Aryal Adhish Karki
Aliza Kapali Sabin Pandey

And the winners for Handwriting Competition  are:

Grade

Winner

Kindergarten I Subham Poudel
Kindergarten II Samar Chapagain
1 Manyata Bhandrai
2 Aayush Shrestha
3 Rashmi Khadka
4 Sojita Lama
5 Binita Thapa Magar
6 Romika Bhujel
7 Pramila B . K.
8 Aayusha Rijal

Manisha Baruwal

9 Kriti Shrestha

Ranju Khanal

10 Sabin Pandey

Mina Thapa Magar

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August 13, 2017

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August 25, 2017

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November 21, 2017

Aircraft Museum Kathmandu is an aviation museum located in Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal.[1] The museum is inside an Airbus 330-300 of Turkish Airlines that only flew for about eight months before suffering a runway excursion at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu in March 2015.[2] It was established under a joint initiative by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal[3] and former Nepalese pilot Bed Upreti and his trust. This museum was officially opened to public on 28 November, 2017.[4] The museum’s exhibits include the aircraft’s original cockpit setting, model and miniature aircraft and items documenting the history of Nepalese aviation.[5] The museum is the second of its kind in Nepal, after Bed Upreti had already set up a similar, yet smaller aviation museum, the Aircraft Museum Dhangadhi in Dhangadhi in Western Nepal. The museum costed around NPRs 70 million.

Aircraft Museum Kathmandu
Established 5 November 2017
Location SinamangalKathmanduNepal
Type Aviation museum
Website www.nepalaviationmuseum.com

 

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November 28, 2017

New Session started from 5th Baishak.

 

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January 17, 2018

On 22nd Jestha 2075, Edify conducted Art Competition where all the students participated from Nursery to Grade 10.

And the winners for Art Competition are:

 

Grade Winner
K G I Ishika Rai

Ritesh Giri

KG II Niraj Giri
1 Binisha Karki
2 Unisha Thapa
3 Aayush Pokhrel
4 Dipika Rai
5 Eva Kapali
6 Romika Bhujel
7 Binita Thapa Magar
8 Priya Chaudhary
9 Garima Magar
10 Sabin Pandey
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June 15, 2018

Here we have our new Head Boy and Head Girl for the Year 2076.

Mr. Manish Chettri

Ms. Swornika Aryal

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May 13, 2019

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