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Cambridge School of Colombo

  • 148 Aluthmawatha Road, Colombo 15, Colombo, Sri Lanka View on Map
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Company Description

Cambridge School of Colombo, founded in 1999, owes its beginning to the selfless dedication of Mrs. K.Muthusamy & Mr.V.Muthusamy along with the first principal Mrs. Pamini Vetrichelvan. Established in 1999 with very mere resources in a small building with one teacher and few pupils, the school has progressively grown in size and reputation over the years. Today, Cambridge School of Colombo has evolved into one of the most dynamic, progressive and forward-thinking academy, among all the international schools in Sri Lanka.

The religious atmosphere and the cultural and educational standards maintained from its inception has earned for Cambridge a name recognized and respected by all, religions in Sri Lanka. Today the school has a strength of 920 students and 80 teachers. The directors, Mr.Pradeepkumar Muthusamy & Mrs.Hema Pradeepkumar look forward to provide a world class education and to shape up strong personalities for the future.

The school is divided in to pre-primary, primary and upper sections. Cambridge School of Colombo opens its doors to children at 2 ½ years, providing an opportunity for them to develop from Play Group up to ALs through various innovative teaching methods that are most up to date. In keeping with our strong academic tradition, we provide curricula to the highest academic standards. Cambridge School of Colombo looks for academic achievements and future promise of each of its student. The management also educate all the senior & junior teachers with effective teacher training programs to prepare the teachers for every challenge they will face in the modern education system. The teachers are also assessed & evaluated by the academic heads to improve the quality of teaching. Students and teachers also get opportunities to attend national & international level training and conferences.

MISSION

We strive to break through barriers in acquiring competitive knowledge through innovation communication and regulation

VISION

Our aim is to provide preferred education, to bridge the knowledge gap with its concepts and application of modern education to create independent and responsible individuals for the future challenges.