Shree Parbati Anarbati Tetribati Basic School Tarapatti is an esteemed community educational institution situated in the district of Dhanusha, strategically located in the northeast region of Janakpur, approximately 7 kilometers from the city center. Originally established to provide lower secondary programs, the school underwent substantial renovations and subsequently transformed into a Basic School. This transformation was made possible through the generous support and collaboration of various non-governmental organizations, which facilitated the construction of four additional classrooms.
In the present academic year, the school boasts an enrollment of approximately 800 students, ranging from Early Childhood Development (ECD) to grade 8. Its overarching vision is to deliver uncompromising quality education to every child within the community, regardless of their socio-economic background or familial circumstances. To further enrich the educational experience, the school diligently organizes extracurricular activities tailored to the diverse needs and interests of its students. These activities, conducted on a weekly basis, encompass endeavors such as playground maintenance and active participation in the esteemed inaugural Sharmadan event.
Comprising a total of four edifices, one of which is presently undergoing construction, the school provides a conducive learning environment for its students. The surrounding community exhibits a vibrant amalgamation of various social groups, including Muslims, Khatbe, Mandal, Teli, Sudhi, Pasman, Das, Tatma, Lohar, Dhobi, Chamar, Hazam, and Kumale, encompassing both the Hindu and Islamic faiths.
Despite its admirable achievements, the school confronts several formidable challenges. These challenges primarily manifest as a considerable student population coupled with a limited number of teaching staff, necessitating the urgent requirement for expanded infrastructure to accommodate segregated sections. Furthermore, the establishment of a fully functional science laboratory and an information and communication technology (ICT) room remains imperative. The issue of absenteeism also persists and demands attention.