It is our responsibility to educate our traditional customs, culture, morals and values to the future generation.
Accordingly, the Lyceum Kurunegala Sinhala - Tamil New Year festival program was the great pleasure and as well as an educational opportunity for the children.
Kiddies Activity Time (KAT) 2018 of the Lyceum International School, Kurunegala concluded successfully at the Maligapitiya Grounds, Kurunegala.
At the event, Principal and Director of Lyceum International School, Kurunegala, Mr. Nikitha Grero made this statement: "Lyceum Kurunegala will be the best school in Sri Lanka in the future as our children have demonstrated today, that we have laid a solid foundation for our students to reach this target."
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The Nursery to Grade 5 students of Lyceum International School Nugegoda recently celebrated the Sinhala and Tamil New year during the last week of school.
All students were dressed in their colorful traditional attire and engaged in the traditions linked to the Avurudu celebrations from lighting of the hearth and boiling of milk, partaking of food, ganu-denu to games such as raban-playing and a tug-o-war.
The entire programme was focused on building cultural values in Lyceumers from their formative ages.
The annual primary concerts of Gr.02, 03 & 05 students of Lyceum International School, Nugegoda were held recently at the school’s main hall.
Under the titles of “Tales & Tunes”, “Magical Mirrors” & “Sparkle” the three concerts were an excellent platform for young students to showcase their talents in various genres such as music, dance & speech. The programme included a mix of English, Sinhala, & Tamil items. The hall and backdrop were beautifully decorated too.
It is no easy task to put together an event of this magnitude, and it was made possible thanks to all hardworking teachers & students at Lyceum, Nugegoda.
TISSL is the Association of the Premier International Schools in Sri Lanka. Since 1987, the Heads of the Pioneer International Schools in Sri Lanka functioned as an association which was informally called the ‘Association of Heads of International Schools in Sri Lanka’. This Association that has grown to 25 Member Schools, formally identifies themselves as ‘The International Schools of Sri Lanka (TISSL)’ since February 2013.
23 Heads of Schools and representatives will be leaving to Sydney, Australia on 07th April 2018 to participate in 8 days comprehensive study tour covering prominent universities and educational institutions in Australia.
TISSL Executive committee joined hands with other member schools of the Association to initiate an Australian Tour from 07th April 2018 to 15th April 2018 along with 24 delegates. This was organized by TISSL by joining hands with Konnect Consultants