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Bharatnatyam, the classical dance form, from the south, is taught in the 'Kalkshatra Gharaana' by a trained teacher.
Lessons for Classes 1-8 are held twice a week, and the students are taught according to the Bhatkhande syllabus, which is followed by all major dance schools in India.

Lessons for classes 9-12 are held once a week, in which the students are taught according to the 'Guru-shishya parampara'; meaning that the students learn from the 'guru' as well as from each other. The senior students are taught singing, playing the 'Tatakadi' and taking dance classes as well.
The Bharatnatyam dance performace is, without fail, one of the best items in the annual concert.



La Martiniere Girls’ College has a well trained choir both in the school and college sections: Singing lessons are held twice every week for the students of Classes Lower Preparatory to 5 and once a week for the students of classes 6 to 8. Competitions in Vocal and Instrumental Music are held for the students of all Classes from 2 to 12.





The Annual Sports and P.T. Display of the Prep & Junior School of LaMartiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow was held on 5th  December 2014. Mrs. S. Varma, a retired school teacher of the College, was present as the Chief Guest. 

The fun races for the little ones were the most interesting event. Lower Preparatory had a mixed bag of races like Flowers & Butterflies, Buying Vegetables, Monkeys & Bananas, Jack & Jill and Feeding the Cat. The races of Upper Preparatory celebrated the advent of Christmas with Mary & Joseph, The Wisemen and the Camels, The Shepherds & the Sheep, Stockings  & Gifts and Santas & Reindeer. The Class One students raced to dress up the Indian beauties of Kashmir, Rajasthan, Punjab, Goa and Bengal.

There was an extraordinary display of order, coordination and a sense of rhythm in all the drills. The students of Lower Preparatory made cute Cheerleaders and used pompoms as a prop. The students of Upper Preparatory dressed as little sailor girls proved to everyone how fit they were with their rhythmic and synchronized exercises in their Drill ‘Come Sail With Me’. The Class One Students mesmerised everyone with their colourful Handkerchief  Drill. The Eva Edwards Cup for the best P.T. of the Preparatory Department was won by Class I.


Basketball is an important game at La Martiniere Girls' College. There is evening practice every day for boarders. Those day-scholars who are interested also come in the evening. Apart from this friendly matches are held with various schools. During the Inter Martiniere meet the children have daily morning practices also between 5.30am and 6.45am. Students play at District, State and National levels.

Activities in which our children participated in the year 2013:
           Basketball School Championship was held in Lucknow from 25th September to 28th September,2013 in which Lucknow team stood 3rd in under-19 and 1st in under-14 matches. Students from La Martiniere Girls' College participated in the tournament. Five girls of the college basket ball team represented LUCKNOW in the 14th Youth U.P. State Basketball Championship held at DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL in ALLAHABAD from 13th-16th April, 2013. The team secured third place in U.P. One of the team members, Akanksha Singh is selected for the NATIONAL CAMP.



Girls at La Martiniere Girls' College are trained in Judo. Mrs. A. Munnawvar, the coach comes regularly to train them and Mrs. N. Dayal supervises their practices in School. The girls have won various competitions in the past and have brought home gold, silver and bronze medals. The young Judokas get a chance to display their skills at the annual P.T. display every year and their feats are greatly appreciated and applauded.



1962 saw the first swimming pool in Lucknow and it was at La Martiniere Girls' High School. District and State meets were held in the LMGC pool until the pool at the stadium was built. The first Inter Martiniere Calcutta Vs Lucknow swimming competition was held in 1962 itself and swimming replaced badminton at the meet. The pool was tiled in 1992 and the filter plant added in the same year.
           Class swimming for classes 3, 4 & 5 is held every day during the swimming season (April-October). A large number of students avail this opportunity to learn how to swim. The residential scholars use the pool every evening. Swimming Camps are held during the summer vacation and more than 200 students enrol for these. The swimmers under the able guidance of Miss R.Chaurasia practice hard and have brought many laurels both at state and national levels.They have also won the State rowing Championship cup.



Tennis is an upcoming game among the girls of the College. There are regular evening practices on the College tennis court under the supervision of a trained coach. Children have played many city and state level matches and have won a number of prizes.

Diva Bhatia, class 3, was awarded Runners- up in under 10 category of lawn tennis competition held at La Martiniere Tennis Facility on 24th May, 14.

Eeshita Pande took part in the All India ICSE/ISC UP-UK Tennis National held at Hyderabad from 2nd October to 4th October,2013. She won the Gold Medal.
Eeshita Pande of class 11C participated in the All India Tennis Championship U-16 held at Oudh Gymkhana Club from 7th September to 8th September,2013. She was the winner in both Singles and Doubles.
Eeshita Pande participated in the All India Tennis Ranking 1 Lac Women's Tournament held at UPBA Sports complex from 9th September to 13th September,2013. She was the Runnersup in Doubles.


UP Chess Sports Association organized All India Open Chess Championship from 30th October to 2nd November, 14. Jusfica Lobo had participated in the 5th Lucknow International Rating All India Open Chess Championship-2014. She came 1st among 15 girls ang got a cash award of Rs. 3000.

Lucknow District Chess Academy organized Inter School Chess Championship from 20th August to 23rd August, 14 at capital centre Hazaratganj. Students who participated in class 9 to 12 category were Roopali Neeraj, Amrita Roy, Anvita Bana, Bipasha Basu and Antara Keswani.



1st All India Heads ofAnglo Indian Schools ( AIHAIS) Badminton Tournament held at Gorakhpur from 6th Nov to 8th Nov'14.

Nandini Suri - Winner (Singles) and Saniya Ahmad - Runners-up

In Doubles- Saniya Ahmad and Muskaan Agarwal were runners-up. Nandini suri and Muskan Bansal were winners.

Muskan Agarwal- Singles - Participation

Muskan Bansal- Singles- Participation


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