S. Thomas’ College, Gurutalawa Old Boys Association Executive Committee 2016/2017 Patron:- Rev.Marc Billimoria(Warden STC Mt. Lavinia) Tel:011 2712270 President :- Rev.Nihal Fernando ( Headmaster STC Gurutalawa) Direct Line: 057 2280000 (between 8 am and 3 pm only), Mobile: 0777461196 Office & Fax: 057 2280000 (between 7. 30 am and 5.00 pm only), Residence: 057 2280012 (after 5 pm), Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Position Name & Address Contact Details 1. Senior Vice President Mr. Krishantha WeerawardaneNo.17A, Sulaiman Avenue,Colombo 5. 011 566 2187 (O)011 259 8303 (R)072 362 2075 (M)email@example.com 2. Vice President Mr. S. RajmohanNo.192/1, Thimbirigasyaya Rd.,Colombo 5. 011 259 4969 (R)011 [...]
Annual Prize Giving Ceremony will be held on the 27th June at Foster Memorial Hall.
Guru Day at Mount 2014 will be held on the 28th May followed by the Hayman-De Saram Encounter between the Gurutalawa and Mount Lavinia under 17 cricket teams. Date: 28th May 2014.
Mr. Ziard Sinnen was reappointed as the Senior Vice President of the OBA at the 55th AGM held on 22nd February. Full list of the committee members will be published with their contact details once the co-opted members are appointed at the first exco meeting.
Please click here to read the Notice, Programme of Events, Code Of Conduct, Secretary’s Report & the Treasurer’s Report
Please click here for the Auditors report.
‘To spend and be spent in their work was their greatest and best privilege.’ Although S. Thomas’ College at Gurutalawa began as an integral part of the School founded by Bishop James Chapman at Mutwal in 1851, those associated with the School have always considered Dr R. L. Hayman as the ‘Founder’ of STC at Gurutalawa. In one sense, he was, for although he would perhaps have preferred to have stayed at Mount Lavinia, it was he that practically built the School that continued at Gurutalawa when the war ended in 1945 and the majority of exiled Thomians returned to [...]
The College of Saint Thomas the Apostle, was founded at Mutwal by Dr James Chapman , the first Anglican Bishop of Colombo . He himself was a product of Eton College and King’s College Cambridge . The foundation stone was laid on St Thomas Day , the 21 st December 1849 and declared open on 3rd February 1851 in Mutwal . The College motto Esto Perpetua and the College colours Blue, Black and Blue are Etonian legends and the naming of forms and classes at STC were set to be based on the prestigious English Public School pattern . In [...]
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