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GO Management Committee
At their meeting on 13th. March, the Management Committee accepted the resignation of Vanda Fraser (nee Goodwin) from the Committee. GO would like to thank Vanda for her service to GO and for the work she has done to support the Homes.
The current Committee is listed here.
Child Protection & Safeguarding Guidelines.
DGH released a set of detailed guidelines, in February, to safeguard the welfare of students at the Homes. The document has been printed in a booklet form and issued to Staff and Children. A version in the Nepali language will be released soon.
To read the English guideline, click here.
Namaste 2021 !
OGB Shradha, an ex student from Dr Graham’s Homes, has produced a beautiful greeting to usher in 2021 ! The essence of this musical project highlights the greeting ‘Namaste’ and unites the world visually in a heart-warming video that features a mosaic of people from over 35 countries. The final message at the end of the video is a message from our own GO's Committee member Thuten Kesang.
Current list of DGH BOM Members.
You can see the 18 members of the DGH Board of Management (BOM) and their profiles here.
The DGH School official Facebook Page.
Among other postings & comments, the FB page includes the following information:
- The West Bengal Governors visit to DGH
- Visit to the KGM chapel by the Chief Eng, PWD.
- Return to DGH of students from Kolkata
- 2021 School Admissions notice
December GO Newsletter
The Chairman has released the latest update of GO and Homes News. You can read it here.
GO Representation on the DGH BOM
A key objective of the GO founders was to position an OGB, representing the views of GO and its members, on the DGH Board of Manaement (BOM). GO was therefore delighted to nominate Pauline Sapphire-Singh (nee Brooks) following an invitation from the new BOM President, in October. GO is proud of its achievement and congratulates Pauline on her historic appointment.
Global OGB Association (GO)
GO is an independent voluntary body managed by former students of Dr Graham’s Homes, Kalimpong, India.
GO is about reconnecting alumni and enabling a constructive working relationship with the School’s Board of Management, its Administration and various global organisations to improve and safeguard the long term future of the Homes.
The association is open to all former students, teachers, staff and friends of Dr Graham’s Homes.