Note from our Co-Founder

As a mother and educator, I understand the frustration of students who question the usefulness of what they are learning in school. I believe that education should be more than just memorizing information to pass exams. It should be about empowering young people with skills and knowledge that they can use in their lives and in their communities.

That’s why I am proud to be one of the founders of Teach First, an organization that seeks to recruit and train competent individuals who can bring fresh and innovative ideas to the classroom. We believe that teaching should be effective, engaging, and meaningful, and that students should be given opportunities to think critically, problem-solve, and apply what they learn in real-world situations.

At Teach First, we encourage our teachers to think outside the box, to be creative and adaptable, and to tailor their teaching to the needs and interests of their students. We also provide ongoing training and support to ensure that our teachers are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to be effective educators.

Our goal is not only to educate the young, but to empower them to become young leaders who can make a positive impact in their communities. We believe that education is a powerful tool for social change, and that by investing in our young people, we can create a brighter future for all. I am passionate about the potential for education to transform lives and communities, and I believe that Teach First is making a difference in Sri Lanka. By empowering teachers and students, we can create a culture of learning and innovation that will benefit us all.

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