The very first Prize-giving ceremony of the Sri Ananda English Medium Dhamma School concluded successfully at the Lyceum Adventure Park , Kurunegala. This Dhamma School, which is also affiliated to Maliyadeva Vidyarakshaka Pirivena is the very first Buddhist School of its kind in the North Western Province that is conducted by an international school.
The Maha Sangha appreciated Lyceum's efforts to spread the knowledge and philosophy of the Buddha's teachings, despite being an international school and together, we hope to produce true Buddhists who will one day become wonderful citizens of this country.
The Inter International Under 13 Cricket tournament organized by Lyceum Wattala and held recently at Railway, Mahara and Lyceum Wattala Grounds. The first round of matches were played and won against Wycherley International School, Royal Institute and OKI International. Lyceum cricketers won the match against Stafford International School Colombo in the Semi Finals, and became Champions in the finals, played against British School Colombo.
British School 140/9 in 40 overs
Bowling figures -Thurairaj Kavin 22/3 (8 overs)
Lyceum Wattala 141/5 in 37 overs.
Batting figures-Uvin Perera 40, Travin Nishanthan 33, Joshua Prabagaran 30
The Special Awards for the Best Bowler and Man of the Tournament was won by Uvin Perera of Lyceum Wattala, t
LYCEUM WATTALA TEAM MEMBERS
Uvin Perera-Captain, Shanujan Baskaran, Joshua Prabhagaran, Senithu Jayasuriya, Vishal Liyanage, Yuvan Thiruchelvam, Malinda Mulgama, Enuka De Alwis, Maduka Perera, Travin Nishanthan, Sanuka Dissanayake, Jaden De Silva, Lisara Samarasinghe, Thurairaj Kavin, Balendran Sabari, Dinev Punchihewa, Nathan Gunaratne, Hamdan Careem, Yohan Oliver, Nadupa Wedage.
In order to make cultural values to the future generations, the academic staff of the pre - primary section of Lyceum International School Kurunegala was organised a Sinhala and Tamil New Year Celebration program recently at the school premises.
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.
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.