Western Dance Society

Dance to express, Not to impress” 

Western Dancing encourages children to be more creative and to express themselves in many ways. There are many reasons why dance is important to the health and development of young people. Dance burns calories, strengthens muscles, improves balance, increases flexibility/ physical confidence, and improves psychological well-being. Students who are passionate about dancing are given the chance to improve their skills and showcase their talent

The mission of the Western Dancing Society is to instill a great love of dance, while inspiring self confidence, discipline and respect of the performing arts. The vision would be to be fit, physical fitness is something every child needs. Being smart, memorizing choreography and executing complex movements is an excellent exercise for the brain. Be confident, our primary objective is to strengthen self-esteem while helping develop talent in dancers.0

Names of office bearers and teachers-in-charge

  • Ms. Aparna Sudasinghe – Teacher-in-charge
  • Ms. Rivini Fernando – Teacher-in-charge
  •  Yoshara Navaratne – President
  •  Sinethma De Silva – Vice President
  •  Divna Fernando – Secretary


History of the Society

  • The Western Dancing Society was formed in 2016 with the intention of boosting confidence and bringing out talent.
  • Major events held throughout the course of the years
    • Ananda College “Prathiba 2016”
    • 2nd of July 2017 – “Lights, Camera, Dance” organized by our school trainer Ms. Michelle Mortier
    • 11th of October 2017 – Commerce day
    • 12th of October 2018 – “Breit 18” organized by the Western Music Society
    • 4th of October 2019 – “Dwani 19” organized by the Oriental Dance Society
    • 2nd of February 2020 – “Lights, Camera, Dance 2” organized by our school trainer Ms. Michelle Mortier




Breit 2018