To help our parents to engage their children with special education needs (SEN) during the COVID-19 situation, REC with permission from Bhutan Foundation is sharing the “Guidelines for Parents and Teachers of Children with Special Education Needs“. The guidelines provide simple and easy to do strategies and activities to engage the children meaningfully. Click here…

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The Royal Education Council is pleased to share the  result of Symposium Paper for STEM Olympiad 2020. We would like to thank all students and teachers for taking part in this national level competition and looking forward to your continued support and cooperation in future. Click here for the result

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Royal Education Council has come up with Education in Emergency (EIE) Curriculum Implementation Guidelines to continue providing education to our children during emergency due to  COVID-19 virus. This is to ensure that our children remain productively engaged at home with the support from parents. The lessons are expected to be delivered through BBS1 and BBS2 …

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Royal Education Council is pleased to declare the result of National STEM Olympiad 2020 proposal paper evaluation that was carried out from 10-16 March 2020. REC would like to congratulate the 20 selected schools who will be participating in the next phase of the prototype development and exhibition.  We would also like to thank other…

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  The Director and the staff congratulate the two REC colleagues this year for receiving the Civil Service Awards from Hon’ble Sherig Lyonpo for their long and dedicated service. They were awarded medals and certificates for having served 10 years and 20 years respectively.

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