St Bridget's Montessori

Our Vision, Mission & Values

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these”.

Our institution is guided and blessed by the Good Shepherd sisters, enabling us to let our children grow within a framework of moral values. Teaching our children in an environment of strong moral values not only teaches them good from bad, but also develop their characters; both in thoughts and actions.



St Bridget’s Montessori is a place where I gained happy, and most of all a place that I can call home. Most of my happy memories of my childhood were made there. I still remember how I was treated and loved when I went to my class which was M11 and it is a place that I believe anyone would feel safe and respected. The teachers at St Bridget’s make learning fun. I still remember my last day at St Bridget’s, it was so sad to leave such a warm place where love, kindness and protection were in plenty.

Master Dewvin Perera

It is my honor to have been a past pupil of St. Bridget’s Montessori and the mother of three past pupils Dinura (2006 – 2008), Minura (2009 – 2011) and Sanura (2012 – 2014). I can wholeheartedly say that it has been an extremely valuable experience for both me and my sons, allowing us a foundation that has proved invaluable in our lives. I sincerely admit that the success story of my life started with the solid foundation laid by the St. Bridget’s Montessori.

Samanthi Silva (1971 – 1974)

As a past pupil of St Bridget’s Montessori since the day I was enlisted to start a new chapter in my life at St Bridget’s Montessori, and up until my departure I gained various values of life and enhanced my knowledge on standards and etiquette I should enroll inmy life. I had wonderful experiences developing social skills and making new friends as a toddler who had just begun the ascend to social acceptance. Overall, I cherished my stay at St Bridget’s Montessori. I gained many values and long-lasting memories that I would always keep in my gallery.

Minura Silva (2009 – 2011)

I got down from my mother’s hands – waved goodbye and didn’t look back. Not a cry, just a happy little kid with her bottle around her neck and a handkerchief pinned to her dress making her way down to classroom M11.
I forever remember my Montessori days with the fondest of memories of the friends made, the birthday cakes cut,the smell of butter in the air during lunchtime and above all,the wonderful teachers who I hold dear to me to this day. Memories that will never fade.

Amarsha Tissera(M11, Jan 2000 – Dec 2002)

Although we spend only a few years in Montessori, it’s amazing how many memories I can still recollect: the feel of the mat-slide on a hot day, the smell of lunchtime in the classroom and queuing up to wash our hands outside before the interval. I will always have fond memories of my years there, the lifelong friendships created within those walls and an abundance of gratitude to my teachers who set a solid tone to the rest of my school life.

TehaniTissera (M12, Jan 1998 – Dec 2000)

My Grandmother walked me to Montessori, in 1974. Montessori set the foundation for Language, teaching and I met some of my closest friends to date, then. In 2000 January Grandma walked my daughter, her Great Granddaughter to the same Montessori; in 2005 she walked her Great Grandson and entered him. The Good Shepherd Nuns greeted us warmly each time. All was well, the fourth generation was now safely on a firm footing. Nothing could prepare us better for life than the AMI Montessori method, in the care of Good Shepherd Nuns.

Sharika Jayewardene (1974 – 1977)

Montessori – M12. The class at the end of the passageway. A time in my life where worries were non-existent, fun was guaranteed and my favourite pastime was talking to the tortoises in the school garden or sharing my future bestie’s sister’s noodles.Washing our hands properly before learning to count with red and blue blocks, is an activity that has proved to be extremely fruitful in today’s tumultuous times. The magic of learning, thanks to the best teachers and Sr. Theresita, has continuously inspired me.

Acushla Wijesinha (M12, Jan 2000 – Dec 2002)

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