පු/ කොට්ටුකච්චිය මහා විද්යාලයීය සෞන්දර්ය අංශයේ සංගීත භාණ්ඩ අලුත්වැඩියා කිරීමේ ව්යාපෘතිය, “නාද අත්වැල” මොරටුව විශ්ව විද්යාලයීය ලියෝ සමාජයේ තවත් එක් සමාජ මෙහෙවරක් ලෙස දියත් කරන ලදී.
The response from the school children was overwhelmingly positive expressing gratitude for the invaluable insight gained during the workshop. Many remarked on the opportunity's greatness, highlighting its impact on their understanding of chess.
Mr. Sanjaya Chandrarathne, the Chess instructor expressed his willingness to contribute further by sharing a PDF with the students. This gift aims to encourage them to continue learning and practicing chess beyond the workshop.
The project "Den of Kings - Phase II" was not merely a project, it was a successful expedition that empowered school children with a newfound skill marking a memorable chapter in their learning journey.
Leo Club of University of Moratuwa was able to successfully launch another exciting project. Hoop, It Sharks, a basketball workshop designed exclusively for girls. This is done with the collaboration of University of Moratuwa Women's basketball team. The main objective of this project is to increase the girl’s participation in basketball.
This event was held on 6th of November from 6.00 p.m. onwards at the New Gymnasium in University of Moratuwa. During this project, the participants were able to get a fundamental knowledge about skills and techniques to gain in basketball. They were also able to engage in thrilling, fun games on the court. These fun games are specially designed to build team spirit and promote physical fitness among the girls. To ensure the participants remained refreshed and energized, delightful snacks and refreshments were provided throughout the workshop.
The active involvement of the UOM Women's Basketball Team further elevated the event to extraordinary heights. This well-organized and engaging session reflects Leo Club of the University of Moratuwa's commitment to promoting the love of basketball and healthy competition among girls.
Leap is not about being the best. It is about making everyone else best.
In an exciting achievement, the Leo Club of the University
of Moratuwa successfully conducted an exceptional leadership camp at Weragama
Vidyalaya, Wadduwa. This two-day event, held on October 21st and 22nd, welcomed
the participation of around 150 students.
The first day kicked off with a warm introduction and motivational speech by the UOM Leo President and the principal of Weragama Vidyalaya. Students were grouped together to partake in engaging activities, carefully designed to enhance leadership skills. The enthusiasm displayed by all participants was truly remarkable.
As the sun set on the first day, the atmosphere was lit up
with a campfire, followed by games, songs, and dance. It was a joyous and
memorable experience for everyone involved.
The second day commenced with an energetic morning PT
session, followed by an entertaining treasure hunting game. Later, a delightful
cookery show took place, with student groups showcasing their noodle-making
skills. The day concluded with the recognition of outstanding group game
winners and the distribution of certificates to all participants.
The success of this leadership program was evident in the
happiness expressed by the principal, teachers, and students of Weragama
Vidyalaya. As with all projects undertaken by UOM Leos, the camp not only
benefited its participants but also contributed positively to the community,
reinforcing the club's commitment to making a difference.
මොරටුව විශ්ව විද්යාලයීය ලියෝ සමාජය විසින් සංවිධානය කළ කැකුළු පොඩිත්තෝ ළමා දින අදින වැඩසටහන ඔක්තෝබර් මස පළමුදින දඹාන පරිශ්රයේදී ඉතා සාර්ථක අයුරින් පැවැත්විය. මෙහිදී මහියංගණයේ ආදිවාසි දරුවන් සඳහා පොත් පත් ලිපි ද්රව්ය ලබාදීම සහ දරුවන් සමඟ විනෝදජනක කාලයක් ගත කිරීම අපගේ අරමුණ විය.