Early Days In 1940, on the 27th of July, one of Sri Lanka’s most celebrated war heroes, Denzil Lakshman Kobbekaduwa was born to Loku Bandara and Iona Ratwatte Kobbekaduwa, into a traditional Kandyan family. Growing up as the second child and the eldest of the three brothers, Kobbekaduwa showed excellence in not only his studies
Our Message A wind chime is an instrument that is suspended from a wire or string and has multiple tubes, rods or bells that move around when the wind blows, creating pleasing sounds as the objects interact with each other. Who invented wind chimes? The history of wind chimes goes from Ancient Rome to China.
Message from the Chairman “At the outset I want to thank His Lordship the Bishop and the Board of Governors for appointing me as the Chairman of the Trinity150 Advisory and Oversight Committee. On behalf of the rest of the Committee I convey my sincere appreciation to Mr. Jayantissa Ratwatte the outgoing Chairman for the
Our Message This week we present you with “Paper Twisting”. No, it is not a dance. These are creations are done with twisted, coloured paper. Lots of twisting paper and scrunching with the index finger and thumb. It is a great way to help fine tune motor skills of the students! In this issue This
Being restrained at our homes can be a blessing in disguise! Staying at home could be the best chance to improve on creativity while spending time with the family. Hence, our students and teachers from Grade 2 have decided to ‘lead by example!’. The innovative idea of producing weekly newsletters was thought up by the