Reading Camp

To inculcate reading habit among the school children and to teach information literacy skills, Library launched a “Reading Camp” at WP/PIL/Bodhiraja Vidyalaya – a primary school located near University of Moratuwa. There are about 70 children studying in this primary school.

“Reading Camp” is conducted every Wednesdays at Bodhiraja Vidyalaya by members of the Library staff.

 Programme Schedule

* Year 2013
Year 2014
Year 2015-1st term

Animal World 2015 – 1st Session

rd2015 03Mrs. Thushari Seneviratne shared some interesting facts about animals in other lands with Grade 5 on 27th January, 2015. At the end of the session quiz was held. Technical assistance was provided by Mr. Roshan Fernando and Mr. Sameera Perera.

Let’s Learn Tamil 2015 – 1st Session

rd2015 02First Session of “Let’s learn Tamil” was held on 27th January for Grade two students. To introduce Tamil alphabet to students, Mr. Roshan Fernando, Mrs. Nayomi Sithari and Miss Wasana Herath volunteered. Technical assistance was provided by Mr. Melro Mendis and Mr. Sameera Perera.

Reading Camp 2015 Started !

rd201501First outreach activity for the year 2015 was carried on Tuesday, 27th January at Bodhiraja Vidyalaya. It was a great pleasure to witness Mrs. Ruvini Kodikara, our Librarian take part in outreach activities.

Outreach Services Division of the Library University of Moratuwa wishes to conduct Reading Camp at Bodhiraja Vidyalaya for year 2015 as well. As in 2013 and 2015 Library wishes to facilitate teaching and learning activities using modern technology.

Grade One students will be involved in “Language Learning with Colours” mainly focusing English Alphabet and related words.


"Let's Learn Tamil" is mainly targeted for Grade Two students. Through this activity, Tamil alphabet and related words will be introduced to students.

Topics related to environmental studies will be discussed through “Animal World”, “Plant World”, “Into Nature …” etc. for students of Grade 3-5.

Further, Library distributed “Library Cards” to students of Grade 2-5 to strengthen circulation of primary library materials.

Library hopes to make the Reading Camp a informative experience to all students.