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Dear Parents,


The education of your children is a commitment, a shared responsibility built on trust and love. A good relationship between teachers and parents helps to build a positive environment, conducive to the growth of the children. Children look up to their parents as their first teacher, their role model. At school, teachers nurture the children, guiding them in their academic journey.

It is only when both parents and teachers work together in close collaboration towards a common goal that our aim of producing responsible citizens and world leaders can be achieved.

It is my firm belief that each child is special, unique. No two children are alike. Let us together, hand-in-hand help our children discover the purpose for which they were born. Let us together work towards  a wonderful future for our children.

I look forward to welcoming you.

Nima Yonzone (M.A, B.Ed)


Headmistress' Profile
Endeavour Global School || Nima Yonzone

Mrs Nima Yonzone | Headmistress Endeavour Global School |

Mrs Nima Yonzone joined Endeavour Global School (EGS) as the Headmistress in August 2022. She completed her schooling from St.Helen’s School, Kurseong and completed her Bachelor’s degree in English from St.Joseph’s College, Darjeeling. She has a Master’s degree in English from NBU, and a B.Ed  degree from Shri Ramkrishna B.Ed College, Darjeeling.

Mrs Yonzone taught English in the Senior school at Loreto Convent, Darjeeling from 1986 to 2020. She also taught History, Geography, Mathematics and Science in the Middle School. During her tenure, she served as the Co-ordinator for the Senior School, and as Vice Principal from 2017 to 2020.

Mrs Yonzone firmly believes that, guiding young minds to think, reason and rationalise, and above all to enjoy their formative years, is the essence of education. Her emphasis is not just on the knowledge of facts but on the knowledge and practice of values. The Empowerment of women is a subject close to her heart, and she has been involved in projects for the upliftment of the marginalised. She believes that learning should neither be confined to the classroom nor restricted by the syllabus. In keeping with this principle of education, Mrs Yonzone believes, EGS will nurture the children entrusted to the care of the institution into responsible citizens, to give back to society and to make valuable contributions to the community. The holistic education imparted at EGS will enhance the academic, emotional, physical and ethical growth of the children.

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