Buddhist Society

Growing up in the shadow of Christ, Bishop’s College has established the Buddhist Society for Buddhist children as a school for promoting religious coexistence. The Buddhist Society can be described as a society which gives opportunity to show the unity of coexistence given to all religions.

Vision of the Buddhist Society

Succeeding student life through Buddhist teachings.

Mission of the Buddhist Society

To promote Buddhist psychotherapy to produce a child with a calm mind and to celebrate Buddhist festivals.

බෞද්ධ සංගමය දැක්ම

  • බෞද්ධ ඉගැන්වීම් තුළින් ශිෂ්‍ය ජීවිතය සාර්ථක කරගැනීම.

බෞද්ධ සංගමයේ මෙහෙවර ප්‍රකාශය

  • බෞද්ධ මනෝ චිකිත්සාව ප්‍රවර්ධනය කිරීම තුළින් සංසුන් මනසක් සහිත දරුවෙකු බිහි කිරීම හා බෞද්ධ උත්සව සැමරීම.

The Buddhist Society was founded with the aim of providing an opportunity to practise Buddha’s preachings in the school community. To enhance and nurture the Buddhist spirit that lies within the students, the society organises various events within the course of the school year. The ‘Bakthi Gee’ programme is an annual upcoming event that comprises a combination of songs and drama that depicts and spreads awareness of the stories and life lessons that can be learned through Lord Buddha’s journey to attain a peaceful life, in other words ‘Nirwana’.

In addition, the society hosts an annual full-day Sil programme at the Gangaramaya Temple to enlighten and actively practise Buddha’s teachings. The society also conducts donation projects to help communities-in-need with the participation of students who volunteer to donate the relevant items required. In hopes of inculcating good values the Buddhist society hopes to further continue and introduce projects for all school students, regardless of religion.

Teachers In Charge and Office Bearers

Omethma Wickramasuriya

Vice President

Sherandhi Fernando


Dunithma Rathnayake


Binuthi Gamage

Teacher’s In Charge

Ms. Deepika Kulathilaka
Ms. Diloshinee Wasinghe
Ms. Priyanga Sooriya Arachchi
Ms. I. D. Shamalie

Bhakthi Gee 2023

Donation Project by Buddhist and History Society