The Junior Wildlife Club of Trinity College organized their annual excursion during the 3rd Term. Due to the increased number of members, two separate field trips – for grades 6 and 7 , and 8 and 9 – were organized. Mrs Udayakumaran was the main organizer for both excursions, supported by the two assistant teachers,
The students of the Kindergarten were engaged in a Christmas fund raising project for the third consecutive year; with this year focusing on contributing much needed equipment to the Intensive Care Unit of the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Childrens’ Hospital at Peradeniya. Collection boxes were kept at the beginning of the term in all the KG classrooms, with
The Trinity College Montessori had its last end of year concert on 23rd November 2018 at the College Hall. The stage was open to all the boys and girls in the Montessori and the concert was witnessed by many enthusiastic parents and teachers. The concert provided a realistic environment for the students to avoid stage
The Sri Lanka Unites (SLU) Chapters of Trinity College Kandy and Ladies’ College Colombo has once again organized their combined event for this year. ‘Younify’ will take place on 18th December, 6.30pm at the Ladies’ College Hall. The event will consist of young talented artists performing music and dance. The event day performances will feature
Societies and clubs While there are a great number of clubs and societies on record in the Middle School of Trinity College Kandy, until very recently, a significant number of these were dormant and their activities somewhat hidden. However, this year the newly implemented co-curricular programme led to a bustling schedule at the Middle School.
During October Mrs Himali Mulleriyawa from the Trinity Kindergarten spent a week at the Old Earth School in Elland, Halifax, West Yorkshire. She was one of six teachers from Kandy to visit the UK on an teacher development programme. This is her report of that week: I was given the opportunity to visit The Old
The Kindergarten swim meet for 2018 was held on Wednesday, 31th October. There were a variety of events featured to ensure swimmers of all abilities could be involved: novelty races, inter-class competitions and individual events. Full gallery of images is available on the our official Flickr album.
The ‘Drop a Coin in Aid of Thalassemic Patients’ project which was organized by the Trinity College Social Service Union concluded with great success with Junior, Middle and Upper School students, teachers and administration staff generously contributing money towards this cause. We would like to make a special mention of the classes which contributed the most:
The Culinary Club of Trinity College organised their first food festival on the 29th of November 2018 in the College quadrangle from 1:30 p.m. onwards. An annual food festival is an important event of the Culinary Club as it provides an opportunity to exhibit and enjoy a variety of food. Therefore, it was decided that the
1. Alison House and Commerce Block Archaeological Department approvals received for Alison Boarding House renovation, with minor alterations on the new design. As-built drawings of existing steel work, roof, timber floor, ceiling etc. of Alison checked and cleared by the Consultant Chartered Engineer and Chartered Architect. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing designs of the Commerce Block