Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Race of the human race

The whole of human race
Is competing with each other
In a bloody deathly race
Killing, stabbing and back stabbing
Dragging other people down
To get just one step ahead
Pushing others out of the way
To reduce the struggle around
We all keep running the race
Like mad dogs that can’t think
We run behind our own illusions
To quench the thirst that never ends
We are still running
Yet don’t see that none of us
Has yet been to the finishing line
Because we all die halfway
The finishing line is within your reach
But you keep running all your life
Probably In the wrong direction, behind illusions
But never realize that you are running away from it.
The thirst
Quench and the mirage…
Goes on forever…
We are not thirsty

Sandu Thisaranee Jayasinghe

Year 12 Sci, Sri Lankan School, Muscat

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Congrats Young Writers - Cubscribe - Best Design

The team of Sri Lankan School Muscat has won the award for the Best Design in Cubscribe, young writers' competition which was conducted by Muscat Daily.
The team consists of following students, 
1. Mohamed Nour
2. Saumiyaa Pathmaraj
3. Hasith Mendis
4. Wenogk Fernando 
5. Nikinidu Wickramasinghe
6. Supunika Perera 

Best wishes to the Teacher - in -charge Mrs. Tamara Waduge.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Gavel Club - Inaugural Meeting

Sri Lankan School Muscat organizes its first ever Gavel Club meeting on Friday the 6th June for its members. A demo session was conducted by the Gaveliers of sister schools and  the session was lighted up with the Table Topic session. 

We would like to pay our gratitude towards the Division Governor and other members of the Toastmasters Club for their assistance and guidance. 

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Gavel Club on Friday...

Sri Lankan School Muscat is inaugurating the Gavel Club for students at 2.30 p.m. on Friday 6 June 2014.

All students of Years 7 to 10 who have registered themselves are required to attend this session.Parents of these students too, are welcome to attend the Demo session.

The school intends to start a second Gavel Club in September for the students of Years 12 and 13 (in the next academic year)