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Junior School Kid’s Carnival

The Kids’ Carnival in the Junior School Campus was held on the 28th of September comprising of a variety of stalls put up by teachers.  A wave of excitement prevailed as the carnival began and all the children rushed to the token stall. Teachers and students displayed stalls like Ring the King, Lucky Dip, Bhel Puri, Maggi and many more. The event was a success due to their admirable hard work.

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College to remain Closed


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English Entertainment Programme

The annual English Entertainment Program was on 13th Sept. Various dances and songs were performed by the Junior School. The Middle and Senior school choir performed well-known songs from various Disney movies such as ‘Aladdin’, ‘The Lion King’, ‘Tangled’ and ‘The Greatest Showman’. This was followed by the Middle and Senior School play titled “The Red Lamp”. The show ended with a performance of the popular soundtrack “Footloose”. The day ended by raising a silent toast to the Founder along with a treat for the students and well as for other distinguished guests.

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Founder’s Day Chapel Service

The 173rd Founder’s Day was celebrated on 13th September, 2018. The day began with a commemorative chapel service. The congregation included Old Martinians from all around the world, Principals, teachers and students from both La Martiniere colleges in Lucknow. Wreaths were laid on the grave of the founder. Prayers and hymns were sung by the choirs of the La Martiniere institutions in Lucknow. The service ended with Rev Cecil Peter delivering the Founder’s Day address.

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Staff Vs. Pupil-Authorities Football

On the 11th of September, La Martiniere College held it’s annual Staff vs. Pupil-Authorities Football Match. The match was played on Polo Ground, at 8:00 AM.

The captain of the Staff Football team was Mr. K.N. Singh and Inzamamul Ansari, the College Vice Captain, led the Pupil Football team.

The first goal of the match was scored in the second half  by Anas Khan, and was soon followed by the second goal which was scored by Mr. Wyeth Mitson. The match resulted in a draw and the final score being 1-1.

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Teachers Day

Teacher’s day, which marks the birthday of the former President of India , Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakridhnan, was celebrated on the 5th of September. The day started with a special assembly being held for the same in Spence Hall, where our Principal emphasized on the difficulties of being a teacher, and praised the efforts of our teachers in carrying out their duties diligently. Speeches were given by Vignesh Mehrotra our College Captain and Aamish Azeem from the Middle School thanking the teachers for helping the students in every field and creating a congenial atmosphere for the positive growth of all the students. A befitting tribute was given to our former President with the College Captain and Marut Gupta, the boy who scored the highest marks in ICSE Examinations 2018 in the school, garlanding the portrait of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Later, dance performances and special songs were performed for the teachers by the students of both the Middle and the Senior school.

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Inter-Martiniere Meet

The Inter-Martiniere meet took place from the 27th to the 30th of August in La Martiniere College, Lucknow. On 28th August the Basketball match was held at La Martiniere Girls’ College. La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow won the Basketball match.

In the evening the much awaited and highly prestigious Inter-Martiniere debate for boys was held. Vighnesh Mehrotra accompanied by Arnav Gurnani, Naman Mishra and Nilay Roy Chaudhury made up the debating team of La Martiniere Lucknow. After a round of heated debate and exchange of viable arguments, the result was in favour of La Martiniere College Lucknow and Naman Mishra from the Lucknow team was awarded the best speaker.

Both La Martiniere for boys and girls, Calcutta and won the swimming event. Several records were broken by the team, which was highly praised by the spectators.

The football match was cancelled due to heavy rain.

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Holiday Notice

Following the death of former Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, La Martiniere College shall remain closed as a mark of respect on 17 August, 2018.

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