- Principals Notes:
- Extracts from Well Wishers:
- Date of arrival of Well Wishers
- Mehan from Canada on 09.09.2009
- D M O, Kalmunai 0n 23.10.2009
- Methodist College, Colombo onÂ 18.02.2010
- Stantly Jeyaraj from U.K onÂ 09.05.2011
I could remember the late former principals of the institutions as great men who revealed to us the spirit of discipline and education.
Their understanding look, kind smile, special responsibility and friendly advice could never be forgotten. Under their able administration, â€˜Wesley High School â€˜grew from primary classes to secondary grades. The whole school Is still under a shadow of gloom. God in his great plan has called them for still higher responsibility in His Heavenly Kingdom.
Mr V Prabaharan (Principal)
Missionaries set foot on the Srilankan soil with untiring dedication and determination without minding their life to promote education in the North and East coast of Srilanka. They faced hell of hardships to achieve their vision on educational development. They selected suitable location for the schools and toiled hard to build up the schools in those areas.
It is worth mentioning that the school was named as ‘Wesly High School’ after the arrival of the founder of Methodist Mission, Rev John Wesly.
I could understand them as Christian Gentlemen of mature wisdom, and a true Srilankans, even though they gave the impression sometimes that they could not be understood except as a native Srilanka. And certainly many were the times in which they might begin sentences with You know, we Srilankans?
Yet the Great Missionaries, so loved by the Srilankans have done enough for it to engrave their names in its annals. As historians themselves, they would appreciate this and want to be ever so remembered.
Mr V Prapaharan (Principal)
- Extracts from the Log Book of GBS :Grateful to Miss Marchant for keeping the school up to date.
23 March 1935 -Head cleaning for removing the head lice.
5 August 1943 -Miss G K Thillaiyampalam, Head Mistress. Holiday was given in honour of Miss. Atkins departure.
(4 Feb 1944 â€“ Miss G K Thillaiyampalam, Principal. Met non executive President
(27 Feb 1946 â€“ S Seenivasagam). Mid day meal register and accounts have been kept satisfactorily. Scheme of work for the year has been perfected.
(5 Feb 1947 – P S Matiaparanam, Â Inspector ofÂ School ).King Majesty’s birthday
(12 june 1947 – Miss G K Thillaiyampalam, Head Mistress). Independence day was celebrated
(4 Feb 1948 – Miss G K Thillaiyampalam, Principal). Educational week was celebrated
(25 Oct 1950 – Miss G K Thillaiyampalam, Head Mistress). Took part in the Home Science exihibition
(12 Nov 1951 – Miss G K Thiilaiyampalam, Head Mistress). Took part in the circuit sports meet and Won the cup for girlsâ€™ school.
(9 August 1952 – MissÂ G K Thillaiyampalam ). Maintenance of children, school garden and school is excellent.
(31 Oct 1952- MOH, Kalmunai). School 69th birthday was celebrated.
(28 Nov 1952 – Miss G K Thillaiyampalam, Head Mistress). Tribute to the late Prime Minister. Hon D S Senanayake.
(23 March 1953- N Navaretnam, Acting Head Teacher).Parents day was celebrated.
(24 March 1953 – N Navaretnam, Acting Head Teacher)
- Examinations :
- Prize Donors :
- House Reports:
- There are 4 houses denoting the former principals namely
Mrs G K Thiilaiyampalam
Mr M G Nallathamby
Mr S J Â Wilson
Mr Yogam Velluppilai
- Memorable Clips:
- Prize Giving: