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Posted by Mudithe No Comments on Lions Club Sports Meet on November 6th, 2016. News

Lions Club Sports Meet on November 6th, 2016.

The annual Sports Meet, organized by the Lions Club, was this year in November. Unfortunately there were some showers, but the programme went on in time. Our deaf students were doing well in sports, in art and with the “Fancy Dress Show”. They got a lot of prizes. As the Lions Club celebrated its 100th[...]

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Posted by Mudithe No Comments on Work Shop ” Beach Clean Up” with the eldest pupils in Mt. Lavinia on November 30 -2016. News

Work Shop ” Beach Clean Up” with the eldest pupils in Mt. Lavinia on November 30 -2016.

A group of our eldest deaf children went enthusiast on early Sunday morning to the Beach in Mount Lavinia with 2 teachers. The invitation came from Janaka, our Art and Dance Teacher, who is in the Organizing Committee. First all the garbage was collected in bags and after that the children made a drawing about[...]

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Posted by Mudithe No Comments on Farewell of Patricia Top on 20-10-2016. News

Farewell of Patricia Top on 20-10-2016.

Patricia Top from Netherlands was helping for 2 months as a volunteer in our Deaf School. In Netherlands she is working for Kentalis with handicapt and deaf children. Patricia was dreaming for years to go to Africa or Asia to do volunteers work with the same children. Via via she found our Deaf School. Together[...]

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Posted by Mudithe No Comments on A visit to the Estate in Mathugama with the Korean Team from the Siloam Center for the Blind, on 9-10-2016. News

A visit to the Estate in Mathugama with the Korean Team from the Siloam Center for the Blind, on 9-10-2016.

The Team from the Korean Siloam Center for the Blind came to Sri Lanka to visit some Projects. They visited our Deaf School and like to help with the training of deaf students in the new Agriculture Project. For that reason a team from our Deaf School took the Korean guests to the Estate in[...]

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