Serkong School’s efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic
02.09.2020: Our teachers developed a system to ensure students could participate in home schooling – despite of having no access to the internet, computers or tablets.
Taking Serkong School to new heights
23.10.2020: With the arrival of the new Principal, Archaya Tenzin Dorjee, education efforts at Serkong School are being strengthened and modernised.
New traditional dance costumes for the school
30.12.2020: Master Tailor Phuntsok Tsering has supported Serkong School over the last few months by producing traditional dance costumes.
Preserving the culture of Spiti Valley
31.01.2021: A local singer is being trained at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA), so he will be able to bring traditional music and dance to our students.
Wishing you a happy and joyful new school year!
15.03.2021: A message from Tsenshap Serkong Rinpoche: I wish you an auspicious first day back to school and a very happy new school year!
Teaching our traditional language at Serkong School
25.03.2021: New Bhoti textbooks, alongside support to pass on Bothi – the key to our culture, traditions and the Buddhist philosophy – to the next generation.
Upgrading our school facilities step by step
31.03.2021: An improved library and rooms for practicing traditional music and dance, a playroom for the kindergarten and storing sports equipment.
Serkong School's internet-based home schooling
13.07.2021: Home schooling remains a less-than-ideal solution – that’s our conclusion from a year living with the exceptional circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The symbolism of the Serkong School logo
16.07.2021: Implementing a modern educational approach based on our rich traditional values – our school in a nutshell.