Rules And Regulations For Parents
A Parent should accompany the child to Daham Pasala
Be present before 8.00 AM in order to participate in the Buddha Poojawa.
Parents are requested to see that Home-Work is done and Books, Pencils etc are inside the Bag.
Discuss with your child what has been taught in School.
Take extra care to see that the child practices the Buddhist way of life taught in the Daham Pasala.
The Child should be modest and come neatly dressed.
The “Uthuru Saluwa” should be correctly draped when Observing Sil.
It is very important that the Parent stays on until the Religious Observances are done.
Maintain a Log Book to communicate between the Teacher and the Parent in respect of the progress of the child.
To guide children for a cultured life in the society.
Make an attitudinal change of children who attend the Dhamma School
Impart Dhamma education
Encourage to memorize important “Sutthas” and to coach the behavioral patterns within religious places
Encourage students to record meritorious acts in the hand book from which, they are convinced in participating in similar activities.
Persuade students to share good qualities among students.
Practice appropriate dress code in Temples, places of worship and where Dhamma related activities take place, in homes and else where.
07.30 A.M – 08.00 A.M Commencement of Dhamma School
Observance of Pansil
Offering of flowers to Lord Buddha
Recital of “Karaneeya Mettha Suttha”
Recital of Dhamma School song
08.00 A.M – 10.45 A.M Dhamma Education
10.45 A.M – 11.20 A.M Buddha Pooja and Invvoke Blessings
11.20 A.M – 11.30 A.M National Anthem
Submit duly completed application form with the necessary information.
Examinations are held in the month of November (Year 6 and above examinations are conducted by the Department of Buddhist Affairs)Dhamma teachers will train and guide students by testing their knowledge regularly and maintain relevant records.
Conduct “Sil” campaigns every month
Display Buddhist Art and other articles by the students
To summon parents and explain the skills of the students
Organise Dhamma Sermons once a month with the participation of the parents
Distribution of Dhamma books among children
Provide library facilities
To encourage children to share their meals