The classes at Lungenzampa School, as in the Phobjika schools, appear to be serious ones. The attention that I saw exhibited on the part of all of the students was impressive. I never got even a hint of disorder or disrespect.
As you will see from the books above, English is the primary language of the schools. Although there are several dialects spoken in Bhutan, all who have been educated speak English very, very well. ( Cant tell you how happy I was about that because, in truth Dzonka, the dialect of the west, where I was, didnt exactly roll off my tongue!)
Another thing that was impressive was the number of books at the students desks. While students sat in couples and read the same book together, there were many, many books on every desk. Creeping quietly about ( with my noisy Nikon ) I failed to find out precisely why so many books. I have only the evidence for you to see above! Lots of books.