Children in the UK are getting ready to go back to school excited, refreshed and full of energy after their summer break (their parents are probably quite relieved to be waving them off too!). Not so in Nepal. Nepal's school year starts in May, but with 30,000 classrooms destroyed and many schools still closed since the devastating earthquakes that struck earlier this year, going back to school isn’t as straightforward for children living in a country where people are trying to rebuild their lives.
Narayani wants a safe place to study
12-year-old Narayani is already back at school but says it's not the same anymore. She says: "I love going to school, because it takes my mind off things and I can focus on my dream of becoming a teacher. But since the earthquake, school has been really different.