Children's Dhamma School Programme

3PM-5PM: Children's Dhamma School Programme Every Saturday

Upbringing Future Generation with Skills, Wisdom & Values, we organize this unique programme for our children in parallel to the UK National Education Curriculum objective of SMSC (Social-Moral-Spiritual-Cultural). New Students Now Enrol!
Year 2023

Dear  Devout  Parents, Sons & Daughters,

Every Saturday 3.30-5PM Children's Dhamma School.

Our Children's Dhamma School starts back at the centre (temple), onsite or online on every Saturday from 3.30PM till 5PM at Letchworth Dhamma Nikethanaya Buddhist Cultural Centre

You can Attend onsite or Join our Online Temple

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We are delighted to introduce a Unique Buddhism & Meditation Programme for our children. Children are our world and the future! Our contributions today make a big impression on our childrens’ tomorrow! So let’s uphold this together, solely for our beloved children.

Upbringing Future Generation with Skills, Wisdom & Values…! Venerable Akurala Samitha gracefully presents a Children's Dhamma School Programme..!

Please dress appropriately. Dress code for children is extremely important. No casual dresses. Please use white dresses. Lama sary for girls and national suite for boys are preferable. Please be functual and be ontime.

Wholesome Children’s Dhamma School Programme

Every Saturday From 3.30 pm to 5 pm.

At Letchworth Dhamma Nikethanaya Buddhist Cultural Centre

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Saturday Dhamma School PROGRAMME 2023:

Starts from January 2023


We are hoping to deliver a comprehensive, collaborative and inspiring programme for children to enjoy values, morals and culture through mental development thus enhancing the quality, peace and progress in their blossoming lives. The School Programme is conducted according to a carefully prepared syllabus.

Venerable Akurala Samitha is fully co-ordinating this programme with his experience as Buddhist Representative of the Advisory Council to the UK RE National Curriculum. Venerable monks and parents shall create a wonderful environment to interact with children and pay close attention individually to teaching them Ethics, Meditation, Moral stories and train them to be presenters and representatives for media and other public events. This is being designed in parallel to the SMSC (Social-Moral-Spiritual-Cultural) education programmes of the Modern UK National educational curriculum. Therefore, we would encourage all parents to contribute once a month, these ten days a year for the benefit of this worthy cause for their children.

All ages of children are welcomed. We will grade them according to the syllabus. This is widely open for all children from any religious, ethnic or linguistic background as we only emphasize the Moral Establishment, Peace, Respect and mental progress of the children through virtuous friendship (good association/ good environment).


  • Objectives are in parallel to the UK National Education Curriculum objective of SMSC (Social-Moral-Spiritual-Cultural).
  • Comprehensive & Collaborative Understanding of a Wholesome Way of Life with Morality (Sila).
  • Concentration (Samadhi) – Wisdom (Pragna) – Sharing (Dana) – Developing (Bhavana)).
  • Training opportunities to be a presenter for media or public events as role models of Wholesome Children.
  • Accustom children to a holistic, friendly and uplifting environment in close association with Venerable Monks.
  • A Community Welfare programme provided by Dhamma Nikethanaya.

Please be kind enough to inform the Vihara (centre) of the attendance of your children in advance on 07944 13 53 14 or 07983 466 105. We all look forward to seeing your children!!!

May you have the strength, courage, confidence and energy to lead an eventful and wholesome life. May you be happy, healthy, peaceful and content.

With metta ( Loving Kindness ),

Dhamma Nikethanaya Buddhist Cultural Centre

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