Extra-curricular Activity

Beyond the classroom​

Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities during their time at school: from Sports, Clubs & Societies, Music, Dancing and Drama to personal development and community service programs. There are a whole range of benefits that come from involvement in these programs. In addition to building skills within a specific discipline, extracurricular activities are great for developing general academic and soft skills. Eg: debating for public speaking, academic competitions for exam strategies and sport for teamwork. Balancing a number of commitments can help to improve student’s time management skills, leadership skills while finding an area they enjoy or excel at can lift their self-confidence. While students usually have the opportunity to pursue a wide range of study areas through core subjects, extracurricular activities allow students to explore an interest in more depth than what is covered in class or maybe even find a completely new interest that they wouldn’t have been exposed to otherwise. They can also provide a great chance for students to broaden their perspective of the world, particularly those involved in volunteering and community service programs

Student Leaders​

School Band

Western Band-Junior

Eastern Band- Junior

Western Band- Senior

Eastern Band - Senior

Religious Activities

Focusing on enhancing the Religious and Spiritual development of the students, various religious activities are organized and carried out at the school. Main such events in the annual calendar are: ‘Pera Poya’ Program, ‘Seela Samaadhaan’a for Poson poya, ‘Dhamma Deshana’ programs for Vesak Poya.

The Cadet team


1st Runner Up

All Island Junior Cadet Challenge Trophy

Games and Sports

The objective of school’s Games and Sports is the enrichment of the school experience of students within the context of the educational mission. As such, school sports are educational and contribute to the overall education of all students. Other objectives of school sports logically follow from the educational mission: Citizenship, sportsmanship, fair play, teamwork, respect, and health and welfare of all students not only during the school years but continuing into adulthood.