British Centre is an international organization based in the UK for educational opportunities and English language promotion across the world. Supported by the UK qualified pool of native English teachers, British Centre is equipped with facilities and resources required for the highest form of language excellence for its students. Digital and physical library, 3D cinema hall, and state of the art lecture facilities provide the best ambience for excellence for children in conversing in English with ease and confidence. Fun and innovation are the core of teaching style at British Centre where maximum interaction and exposure between teachers, peers, and students are built through tens of interactive class experiences, movie clubs, debating, and first hand exposure to British culture through annual summer camps in the UK.
British Centre has recently partnered with British Council Sri Lanka to give its students and library members best English reading experience. British Centre has also partnered with Cambridge English Language and Assessment for preparing students for wide array of Cambridge Examinations.
Founded in 2013, British Centre was rebranded in 2016, headquarted in Gampaha. Child Rehabilitation Centre (CRC) which is a registered charity organization in Sri Lanka incorporated by a Special Parliamentary Act No 180 of 2012 provides institutional mandate for British Centre operations in Sri Lanka.
British Centre offers the most innovative way of helping students in different age groups in Sri Lanka to be able to speak in English with confidence and accuracy. We create an environment where our students will speak English naturally and confidently supported by experienced and respected British native teachers supported by qualified local facilitators. British Centre gives prominence to promote the speaking abilities of students. As such, authentic British accent and pronunciation, correct sentence patterns, grammar, use of correct words and vocabulary, and many more are included at British Centre’s teaching methodology