I am Madan Shrestha – a former student, current teacher and hostel manager at Shamrock School Nepal.
Shamrock was established in 2006 and I joined as a student in 2007 when I was 13 and in class 7. After finishing Grade 10 and achieving the SLC (School Leaving Certificate), I began college classes in the morning and teaching part time at Shamrock in the afternoon.
I teach EHP (Environment, Health and Population) from Classes 5 to 10. I also take care of sports and train the students every afternoon after school. We have two very good football teams at Shamrock – a boys team and a girls team. We have participated in several school football tournaments and have won a couple of them. Moreover, I look after the students in the hostel and make sure they are safe and happy at Shamrock.
I feel lucky to be part of this school, both as a student and a teacher. This institution has taught me important lessons of responsibility, discipline and life values.
I am very grateful to Shamrock and all the sponsors who have been supporting the school. NEVER GIVING UP!
Ex Pupil Story: Madan Shrestha