Foreign Representation and Travel 2015
Anika Seneviratne represented Sri Lanka at the ITF 14 & Under Asian Championship (Div 2) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She was the champion at this meet.
Kiara Guruge was selected by the SL Squash Federation to represent Sri Lanka at the 17th Asian Junior Team Championship in Malaysia.
6 students and a teacher from the CAS school in Karachi visited Ladies’ College continuing the Student Exchange Programme.
Anika Seneviratne represented Sri Lanka at the ITF World Junior Tennis Competition held in Malaysia. She won all her matches and the team was placed third.
Medhira Samarasinghe was selected to represent Sri Lanka at the Junior Fed Cup – Pre-qualifying round in Malaysia and (April 6-14) at the Final qualifying round in Australia.
Suashi Tissaaratchy, Ashcharya Perera, Cheneliza De Silva Wikramatilaka, Sashyani Rodrigo were part of the first children’s choir selected by the Revelations Academy of Dance and Creativity represented Sri Lanka and won a Gold Diploma at the 4th International Vietnam Choir Competition 2015.
Six (06) students from Gymnasium Isernhagen School visited Ladies’ College on the Student Exchange Programme.
Six of our students returned the visit to the Gymnasium continuing the Student Exchange Programme.
In accordance with the stipulated coursework for Travel and Tourism 10 Grade 12
London A/L students organized a tour to Thailand. They explored the city and visited places of interest namely the Tiger Temple, Floating Market, Chatuchak weekend market, Dusit Zoo and the Madam Tussauds Wax Museum.
Jithara Warnakulasuriya (U-12) represented Sri Lanka at the Hopes, Junior and Cadet Open table Tennis Tournament held in Thailand.
Anika and Alana Seneviratne represented Sri Lanka at the Leonia Holistic Asian under Tennis Tournament in Hyderabad, India.
Anika and Alana Seneviratne represented Sri Lanka at the Les Balle Mimosa Loire-Atlanitique and Les patits Princes du Lacd’annecy Tennis Tournaments in France.
Rehana Tayabally represented Sri Lanka at the Seoul International Youth Archery Festa in Korea.
Duminda Wickramasinghe and Rayacca Tayabally were selected from Ladies’ College to represent Sri Lanka at the ‘Sayembara Srikandi International Guides Camp held in Malaysia.
Deleni Nethsinghe (U-17) represented Sri Lanka as a member of the National Team at the 8th Commonwealth Karate Championship held in India.
Januli Wellgama was selected to participate at the Girl Guide Jamboree held in Queensland, Australia.
Shiyanka De Silva, Yeshaya Perera, Shenaya Mendis, Jerusha Perera, Amrita Perera and Sihara Jayasekera (in Synchronized Swimming) and Dilekha Goonewardene (in Swimming) represented Sri Lanka at the 8th Asian Age Group Swimming / Synchronized Swimming Championship held in Thailand.
Thirandi De Silva represented Sri Lanka at the World Youth Scrabble Championship held in Australia and was placed 6th overall out of 108 participants. The Sri Lanka team was placed first in the championship.