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Kindergarten

The Kindergarten lays the foundation for the rest of a students school career and plays a vital role in his all round development.

The Kindergarten consists of grades 1 and 2 students of the Junior school. However, it functions independently of the Junior school, with its own sports and other events.

Grade 1 has 4 Sinhala medium classes and 1 Tamil medium class, while Grade 2 has 5 Sinhala medium and one Tamil medium class. Each class has two teachers to give individual attention to all the students.

Starting from 2017, Mathematics will be taught in English in all Grade 1 classes.

Main Kindergarten events during the school year

(Event & dates may differ depending on other school activities)

Event Date
Grade 1 Welcome January
Open Day 1st, 2nd, 3rd Terms
Trips February
Sports Meet March
Sinhala and Tamil New Year April
English Day May
Inter Class Rippa Rugby & Rugby skills competition June
Farm visit July
Spell Master competition September
Swimming Meet October
Grade 1 play November
Christmas Party December

Upcoming Kindergarten Events

july 2022

01julAll DayGrade 02 Rippa Rugby Tournament(All Day: friday) Event Organized By: Trinity College, Kandy Event Type :College,Kindergarten,T150 Anniversary

august 2022

04augAll DayGrade 01 Concert(All Day: thursday) Trinity College Main Hall, Main Hall of Trinity College Event Organized By: Trinity College, Kandy Event Type :College,Kindergarten,T150 Anniversary

september 2022

30sepAll DayGrade 02 Concert(All Day: friday) Trinity College Main Hall, Main Hall of Trinity College Event Organized By: Trinity College, Kandy Event Type :College,Kindergarten,T150 Anniversary

Latest News from the Kindergarten

Read more +29 May 2022 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Art in Paper Folding – 13th Issue of the Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter

A coloured piece of paper or a newspaper was given to the students and they were asked to do the Accordion pleat after the teacher's demonstration. A certain amount of time was given to the students of each class to think of a creation to make out of the folded papers and come to a conclusion.
Read more +06 May 2022 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Creativity in Colouring – 12th Issue of the Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter

This week’s Grade 1 Newsletter presents the creative work of students who were heavily engaged in colouring. A song about a kite was played for students to listen, and they were asked to draw a kite and colour their artwork. Students from all grade 1 classes excitingly drew their own kites with various colours. It
Read more +25 April 2022 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

From Pumpkin Seeds to Crafted Designs – 11th Issue of the Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter

This week, we are excited to present the crafts of the students who spent weeks collecting Pumpkin seeds to make their own artwork by drawing designs, and pasting the seeds on them. In Kindergarten, cutting, pasting, and drawing are all necessary skills. They aid in the development of fine motor abilities of our students. It also
Read more +10 April 2022 By Website Admin in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 11 April 2022

Our Message Clay modelling for kids One important benefit of clay modelling is the role it plays in early childhood education. Put clay or play dough into the hands of kids and see how it stimulates their imagination and creativity. And, since one advantage of clay is its versatility, your child can explore making many
Read more +04 April 2022 By Website Editor in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 04 April 2022

Our Message Why drawing in Kindergarten is very important Art education in kindergarten starts as a spontaneous activity and becomes more structured as time progresses. Activities such as connecting the dots or cutting along lines utilize art materials, but are not art. Instead, kindergarteners should feel safe playing and experimenting with their own creations; this
Read more +28 March 2022 By Website Editor in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 28 March 2022

Our Message Crafts can be made of almost any household item. The best crafts often involve paper and the benefits from allowing children to make these paper crafts will help them throughout their lives. “Crumpled Paper Art” is really interesting and fun for children, and they really love the bright, colorful end-products! This is also
Read more +21 March 2022 By Website Editor in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 21 March 2022

Our Message Are braids a style or a form of Art? Braiding or plaiting is made by interlacing three or more yarns or fabric strips, forming a flat or tubular narrow fabric. It is used as trimming, for belts and is also sewn together to make hats and braided rugs. Flat braids may be used
Read more +13 March 2022 By Website Editor in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 14 March 2022

Our Message Wrinkling paper is a lot of fun, but kids will be surprised to see they can use that technique to make interesting art! This is an amazingly easy activity to do too. Paper crafts give the child a chance to express itself in a purely creative environment. Developing the motor skills of a
Read more +06 March 2022 By Website Editor in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 07 March 2022

Our Message Cutting with scissors is a sophisticated skill. As adults, we take it for granted, but it is an essential milestone in early child development. It might be challenging for some children to coordinate scissor movements without ample opportunities. Using scissors helps develop fine motor skills. Cutting with scissors requires an opening and closing
Read more +27 February 2022 By Website Editor in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 27 February 2022

Our Message Threading is one of the oldest and most popular activities for children of various ages. With hundreds of fun variations that kids love, it is surprising to know that it is also a great developmental tool! Threading involves both sides of the body, which helps to strengthen bilateral coordination. By moving an item
Read more +20 February 2022 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 20 February 2022

Our Message Clay is a substance that can be moulded into an endless number of forms. Humans have been making objects out of clay for ages – pots, plates, bowls, sculptures and so on. Clay modelling is an activity that is therapeutically beneficial to kids in many ways. It stimulates their imagination and creativity. Kids enjoy
Read more +14 February 2022 By Website Editor in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 13 February 2022

Our Message Ripped paper art is a craft that is so simple, yet such a fun way to create art while working on fine motor skills. When a child tears a piece of paper, they improve hand strength and endurance in the small muscles in the hand. These intrinsic muscles are important in so many
Read more +07 February 2022 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 1 Weekly Newsletter – 06 February 2022

Our Message We see drawing as one of the most fundamental skills. Drawing represents a natural activity, usually with much enjoyment. Children begin their drawing process from the moment they are big enough to hold a crayon or pencil and put it to paper. Starting them as early as possible will help them improve their
Read more +19 December 2021 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 2 Weekly Newsletter – 19 December 2021

Our Message The celebratory customs associated in various countries with Christmas have a mix of pre-Christian, Christian, and secular themes and origins. Popular modern customs of the holiday include gift giving; completing an Advent calendar or Advent wreath; Christmas music and caroling; viewing a Nativity play; an exchange of Christmas cards; church services; a special
Read more +19 December 2021 By Website Admin in College, Junior School, Kindergarten, News

Grade 1 – Christmas Card Competition

Our little expressive students had an opportunity to feel the bliss of Christmas with their classmates, within their preferable classroom atmosphere. The students took part in the Christmas Card Competition which was organized internally to inculcate the real and the overwhelming happiness of Christmas which may leave an imprint in their hearts for a long time.  Objectives of the sessions  The objective of
Read more +12 December 2021 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 2 Weekly Newsletter – 12 December 2021

Our Message Although the month and date of Jesus’ birth are unknown, the church in the early fourth century fixed the date as December 25. This corresponds to the date of the winter solstice on the Roman calendar. It is exactly nine months after Annunciation on March 25, also the date of the spring equinox.
Read more +05 December 2021 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 2 Weekly Newsletter – 05 December 2021

Our Message The traditional Christmas narrative, the Nativity of Jesus, delineated in the New Testament says that Jesus was born in Bethlehem, in accordance with messianic prophecies. When Joseph and Mary arrived in the city, the inn had no room and so they were offered a stable where the Christ Child was soon born, with
01 December 2021 By Design Club in College, Kindergarten, Newsletters

Grade 2 Weekly Newsletter – 1 December 2021

Our Message Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it is preceded by the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season
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