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The best things of the world is for children

ImageWorld children’s day falls an October 1st every year. Every country of the world organizes the programs to commemorate children’s day.
Several children’s programs and children’s welfare programs were organized today in Sri Lanka. Every school in Sri Lanka held the children’s day programs in a ground way under the guidance of ministry of education.
Balangoda Damahana public school also organized several activities under this, there were enjoyable ‘activities, Dancing, singing Etc……
The teacher staff served children cakes bananas and tea. The purpose of this is to promote the attention and love of teachers towards children.

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Our students gain glory.

The students of Balangoda  Damahana public school have achieved  great  results from the G.C.E. Advance Level examination in 2010 also. Advance level subjects are being conducted only in commerce and Arts sections , five students have been qualified  for university entrance from both sections.
Through the results.
Nams                                          Accounting  Businessstudies       Economics
Dinusha Gayani Dharmadasa        A                        A                               A
Sumali Yasami De Silva                B                        A                               A
Chamil  Menaka                           B                        A                               A
Dimuthu Udara Madusanka          C                         A                                A
Bhagya Maduvanthi                     C                         B                                A
Dilani Madusika                           B                         B                                A

These students are in front. Comparing the results of the previous year, this year results shows 40% progress. These pupils have learnt under low facilities and they are from rural areas. This great victory will be a great fame to our area.
We, Oasisdamahana foundation express our congratulations tour bright students.

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