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Clubs and Societies

Apart from academic and sports activities, our school also offers a variety of clubs and societies designed to stimulate the talents and interests of the students. All students are encouraged to join at least one club/society, and actively engage in the events.

The main aims of the clubs and societies include the following:

  • to stimulate thinking and develop creativity
  • to educate and do research for knowledge and information
  • to entertain and provide an opportunity for socialization
  • to render services to oneself and society
  • to help students grow spiritually and morally upright, while developing their talents
Societies Clubs Circles
Buddhist Union
Sinhala Society
Christian Society
Hindu Society
Islamic Society
Young Explorer Society
Literary Society
English Society
Debating
Mathematics
Science
French
Drama
Art
Dancing

 

Buddhist Union

The Buddhist union of Royal Institute is an active society that organizes various activities. Bhakthi Gee for Wesak and Poson is organized with much enthusiasm. The students also came forward to redeem 2 cows from slaughter.

 

Sinhala Society

Our goal is to further enrich the minds of students who already do exceptionally well in Sinhala Language. The Sinhala society is dedicated towards expanding our students’ knowledge of the Sinhala language and literature through exploring famous works of different genre including impromptu speech and writing.

 

Christian Society

The Christian society represents the unity and integrity of the Christian students. It organizes cultural, social and religious events specifically pertaining to their identity. This helps unite all Christian students, strengthen one another in the faith, motivate one another academically, make good progress and develop the character of individuals according to their religion towards being morally upright, offering guidance and counseling on life issues.

 

Hindu Society

The Hindu society represents the identity of Hindu students. It organizes cultural, social and religious events to inculcate the values propagated by the age-old Hindu tradition. This helps unite all Hindu students, strengthen one another in the faith, motivate one another academically and make good progress and develop the personality of individuals according to their religion towards being morally upright, offering guidance and counselling on challenges of life.

 

Islamic Society

The Islamic society represents the culture of Islamic students. It organizes cultural, social and religious events. This unites all Islamic students, strengthens one another in the faith, motivates one another academically and makes good progress and develops the character of individuals according to their religious values.

 

Literary Society

The Literary society encourages students’ initiative in creative writing and allied fields, thereby enabling the students to contribute to the journalistic endeavor and to recognize and reward the individual achievement of students engaged in numerous communicative activities. The society aims at aspiring budding writers, creative minds and literary guests to share a craving for writing at Royal Institute. Students will also be writing, editing, and distributing a literary magazine as well as promoting writing opportunities within the school.

English Society

The goal is to further enrich the minds of students who already do exceptionally well in English language. The English society is dedicated to expanding the students’ knowledge of the English language and literature through exploring famous writers who belong to different ages, schools of literature and movements.

 

Young Explorers’ Society

The Young Explorers’ Society at Royal Institute is an active union of students from the middle school. They have visited several parts of the country to have first-hand information on endangered species and to learn how to conserve the environment and its habitats.

Royal Institute secured “All Island 2nd runner up” in mountaineering in 2010 organized by the Sri Lanka National Schools’ Mountain Climbing Association. They were also selected as the national school team to climb Mount Everest in 2011.

 

Debating Club

The Debating club helps students to develop public speaking and argumentative skills.  It is a great club for aspiring lawyers, actors or any job requiring public speaking. This club helps to improve on grammar and language; both spoken and written. Members of this society are fully aware and informed about current affairs. The Debating society also helps to boost inter-school relations through debate.

 

Mathematics Club

The purpose of the Mathematics club of Royal Institute is to expand the knowledge of Mathematics in the minds of those who need tutoring and those who are tutoring. Membership is open to all math-oriented students who are capable of instructing others in maths-related subjects. The Maths club helps students develop a positive attitude towards Maths and to boost Maths grades in the school.

 

Science Club

The Science club has been of help to keen students who have in turn developed a better attitude towards Science subjects and thus improved their results in Science. This club promotes a general understanding of the Sciences. Every member gets an opportunity to improve in their knowledge in Biology, Physics and Chemistry as well as to encourage and pick the interest of students who may be attracted to the idea of pursuing a career within the sciences.

 

French Club

The purpose of the French Club is to encourage and create an interest in, and an appreciation for the French language and literature, and to provide and share the knowledge of each student.

 

Drama Circle

The Drama Circle brings a change of attitude in students towards drama. This circle focuses on school entertainment, exploits and portrays talents, educates people on social and moral issues and also makes students united and confident.