Author: STC prefects

Teachers’ Day Assembly

A special assembly to celebrate Teachers’ Day was held on the 6th of October 2021. The assembly recognised teachers who have contributed long years of service to the school.

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Children’s Day Assembly

A special assembly to celebrate Children’s Day was held on the 1st of October 2021 with the participation of the Bishop of Colombo, the Warden, the Sub Warden, the Chaplains, Staff and Students of the school.

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IAL Results 2021

Despite the numerous obstacles, the rapid changes, and the uncertainties, the students of the International A/level section achieved new heights in the results they produced at the Summer 2021 International A/S Level and A/Level examination held in May. These grades were achieved solely by the students, by performing exceptionally well in the unseen examination conducted by Pearson and marked by external examiners. Further, 99% of the syllabus was covered online with only a few sessions of revision held in school. Yet the boys persevered and did not give up on themselves, their teachers, or the school. 

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O/Level Class of 2020 – Results

Following a 6 month wait, the results of the G.C.E. Ordinary Level Examination for 2020 held in March 2021, were released yesterday, and we are indeed delighted to announce that the batch has performed exceptionally well, considering the fact that most of their education was conducted virtually due to the pandemic.

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CANTAMUS | A Virtual Concert

The Canto Perpetua Choir of S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia has come together yet again with a virtual performance in Concert form. CANTAMUS – A Virtual Concert, was premiered on YouTube at 6.00 pm on Saturday, 11th September 2021.

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Evensong of the Feast of the Transfiguration

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Letter to Old Boys from the Warden

Feast of St Thomas the Apostle,  
3rd July 2021
Dear Fellow Thomians,

Fraternal greetings from the School by the Sea. 

As we start the second half of 2021 still in a situation where S. Thomas’, together with all schools in Sri Lanka,  remains closed, I thought I should write to you to keep you informed of how things are going at the moment, so you will have accurate and up to date information about the state of things for your various alumni groups. 

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