Welcome to the web-site of St. Martinís Diocesan School as it continues to surge ahead in leaps and bounds, completing 56 glorious years since its inception. With a vision to evolve according to the.....

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St. Martinís Diocesan School, under the aegis of the St. Martinís Memorial Educational & Welfare Society, is situated in the lush green Delhi Cantonment. The presence of St. Martinís.....

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Every step forward is a celebration in the life of a Martiner. True to the School Motto Light begets Light, the Martiners shine bright in the wealth of the goodness of God through every walk of their life .......

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A tradition of excellence in the offering ......

The growing tradition of excellence in music has brought in for the young members of the School Band and School Choir much recognition and applause in the past decade as they strive to maintain the high standards in music education.
Training of the students for the school band begins at a very young age. Trained by a professional Band Master daily, the skills are developed through the year and the children gain proficiency in a variety of instruments which include the Base Drum, Side Drum, Trumpet, Bugle, Clarinet, Bagpipe, Flute, The array of disciplined and elegant musicians have stolen the hearts of many an audience over the many years as they play synchronized and in precision at important events exuding grandness through their smart uniforms. True to the school motto, Light begets Light, the new generation have taken the light from their seniors as they propel forward.

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Our Beloved Founder Principal Late Ms. Helen Jerwood.....

Helen Dorothea Jerwood was born on the 16th September 1879 at the England Civil Parish, Little Bowden Rectory in Northamptonshire, England, to Revd. Thomas Frederick Jerwood who was the Rector of Little Bowden from 1874 to 1924 and Dorothea Elizabeth Jerwood. Ms. Helen Dorothea Jerwood had an elder brother Henry two years older and two younger brothers, Edward born in 1883 and John in 1890.

Ms. Helen Dorothea Jerwood, the British Missionary and educationist had come to India in her younger years with a zeal and determination and set up numerous educational institutions in the Country.

It was Godís supreme plan to instill the vision of setting up a School in this calm and serene Cantonment area of New Delhi in the mind of this noble educationist. It was when she attained the ripe old age of 80 years that the pioneer British missionary gave shape to her vision in 1960, with strong determination and undying spirit and established her last venture, St. Martinís Diocesan School in the perfect settings of the calm Delhi Cantt.

 

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