What we do
The Department shoulders the responsibility of developing the curriculum for Sinhala as a first language, Sinhala as a second language, Communication and Media Studies, and strengthening teachers and students in the general education system. The department builds on the subjects’ fundamental, philosophical analysis of related themes and develop practical pedagogical approaches.
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Helps cultivate in a child a deep appreciation for the beauty that surrounds them. It helps build a sense of proportion, harmony and beauty with the surroundings as well as higher-order emotions. Plato regarded education as an indispensable part of education in a free man. education is expressed in terms of visual representations, movements, sounds, verbal expression, etc assists in the development of the child’s sensitivity and the child’s personality development. Modern pedagogy empirically proves that each child should have the opportunity to develop their ability to observe, experience, evaluate and create that which is beautiful. This can only be achieved if we offer children a healthy living environment and an active artistic education. It is towards this goal that we strive to teach our future citizens to appreciate and contribute to the rich diversity of nature, culture and heritage of this country.
Director, Department of Sinhala Language