Movember 8

Senior School
20 Nov 20

This November, Sutton Valence School are doing several fundraisers to help and support UWS Hile School, which is in Gulmi province of Nepal. Representing our seven Houses and the juniors, eight of our Upper Sixth students started November cleanly-shaven, and are letting their mo’ grow, in an attempt to raise as much money as they can!

Representing Clothworkers’ – Oliver Payne-Cook

Representing Founder’s – Nathan Horgan

Representing Holdgate – Toby Dickinson

Representing the Juniors – Elliot Gooding  

Representing Lambe’s – Tarik Abed

Representing St Margaret’s – Bishesh Bhandari    

Representing Sutton – Matteo Toker

Representing Westminster – Charles Galligan

About Hile School:

UWS Hile School, which is in Gulmi province of Nepal, is located in the foothills of the Himalayas and has been open for just over a year. There are 186 children being taught by four government teachers and four community teachers.  

Initial teacher training and resourcing of the school has gone well and there is a particularly active school support committee. Current aims for the school include developing the curriculum to involve a greater level of learning through play, which also includes further development of the playground which was initially delayed during the school build due to a landslide.

We are Hile School’s first school partner, and we are participating in Movember to raise money for its long-term running cost.