Interact Club
Year 2023 2024

"Striving for Stability through Unity and Responsibility"

Our Mission:
To be a club that serves our Alma Mater and community to the best of our abilities; for the sake of the future of both and not for personal glory; to instill the value of “Service above self” among our members.
Our Vision:
To produce Interactors with good morals, who will carry on our mission for generations to come.


Interact Installation

Date: 25th of October 2023


Date: 14th of October 2023

The third phase of the project included a panel discussion which addressed current issues that the modern day girl child faces, this was followed by entertainment items & video complications prepared by students from Good Shepherd schools around the country. 

The event was graced with the presence of the Province leader of the Good Shepherd Congregation, Rev. Sr. Maryanne Perera as the chief guest. Principals, teachers & students of all the Good Shepherd private schools around the island, a few Good Shepherd government schools & interactors were present at the celebration.

PROJECT GIRL CHILD 2023 Phase 01 and 02

Project Girl Child ’23 was a collaborative initiative between St. Bridget’s Convent, the Good Shepherd congregation & Asia Pacific. This project signifies the importance of spreading awareness on girl’s rights.

Phase 01 (07th of October): The first phase of this project was a community service initiative. Where young girls between the ages of 10 – 21 were bought from Padawiya, Sri Lanka to Colombo to educate them on the topic ‘Period Poverty’.

Phase 02: The second phase of this project consisted of a digital poster & short video competition among Good Shepheard students to spread awareness on girl’s rights through a creative outlet.



Date: 26th of September 2023


Date: 21st of August 2023

Project Anagathaya was a Community Service initiative organized with the objective of supplying stationary items and past paper books to students facing their Ordinary Level Examinations. The committee visited two schools namely; Kandalaya Maha Vidhuhala and Kandathoduwawa Maha Vidyalaya in the Chilaw district . A History and Mathematics subject seminar was a also conducted by two teachers for the Grade 10 and 11 students. 

Furthermore, a Career Guidance Program was carried out for the Post O/L and Advanced Level students with the assistance of the Vocational Training Authority of Sri Lanka to become aware on the different job opportunities available and the skills required to be developed in order to apply for these jobs. The training programs available to prepare students to gain these skills were also listed. This session was followed by an interactive session where a quiz and sing along took place.