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Independence is Happiness (Primary)

To spread the happiness and celebrate the completion of sixty-nine years of  Independence the teachers and boys of Standard 3 put up a programme on 13th August, 2016 in the School Hall.
The programme began with a prayer and hymn asking God to bind us together. A few boys then began a discussion on what independence really means. Unity- the central theme was clearly brought out throughout the program starting with the play which highlighted the fact that we must be united in order to progress. Amidst the discussion, children dressed in traditional costumes of different states yet again emphasized Unity in diversity in our motherland. The boys then danced to the song Bharat humko Jaan se Pyara Hain.. filling the hall with the spirit of patriotism. This was followed by a fashion show which showcased the numerous Indian Achievers from different fields of life who have made their mark in the World. Last but not the least the choir sang We shall overcome as well as Hum honge kamiyab with the message that as long as we are united we shall overcome all obstacles.
The programme ended with a Vote of Thanks given by our HeadMistress Tr. Jennifer. The entire assembly then sang the National Anthem before dispersing from the Hall in an orderly manner.

Tr. Priya Divecha, Tr. Cursina Valles, Tr. Michelle Ferrao and Tr. Cordelia Lewis

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Stanislaus Got Talent

Immaculata, the inter-school annual competition kicked off this year with a bang on the 2nd and 3rd of July, 2016. The host of events planned always promise to showcase every facet of talent; from sport to performing and literary arts.

This year, the primary section also took part in the competition, displaying their talent in six events. A contingent of thirty-one boys, accompanied by their teachers Mrs. Michelle D’Souza and Miss Malaika Rodrigues as well as Mr. Darryl Loyola, geared up to participate on the 2nd of July, 2016. The events for the students of the primary section included football, a spelling event, mask painting and decoration, fancy dress, a novelty task event and a dance. It gave the kids a wide platform to display their talents.

The standard shown at the competition was top notch as fifteen schools competed head to head and put their best foot forward. Even though our primary section did not bag a prize, the boys thoroughly enjoyed participating.

 As it is rightly said, ‘Winning is not everything, but the effort to win is.”

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Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola (Primary)

The feast of St Ignatius of Loyola (the founder of the Society of Jesus) was celebrated by the primary section on the 29th of July 2016. The children took part in activities such as colouring, best out of waste, and mask – making.

The boys of Std 1st were given to colour a sunflower and complete the sentence ‘I like a sunflower because….’ They displayed their skill of colouring to perfection and the sentence given was also well completed by them.

The second standard boys had to make a chicken cup holder using a paper cup, cut out paper wings and eyes.  The boys had to colour the cup yellow and use their creative ideas to decorate the cup.

The boys of standard three made a sunflower out of a paper cup.  The boys had to colour, cut the cup and stick it on paper. The boys also had to write the sentence, ‘Spread your sunshine smile’ and draw a face for the sunflower. 

The big boys of the primary section (Std 4) had to make a mask using paper plates, cut outs of their hands with different coloured paper and googley eyes.  They had to then stick the cut outs all around the paper plates.

All the children gave it their best shot and decorated the articles beautifully using their own creativity and innovation.

Tr. Mary Almeida, Tr. Lorraine Fernandes, Tr. Cursina Valles, Tr. Lisa Pereira.

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Clay Modeling Competition 2016

The Clay Modeling Competition was held on the 16th of July, 2016 for the boys of std. I and II. The theme for the competition was ‘Fruits and Vegetables’.  The teachers in charge were Miss. Malaika Rodrigues and Mrs. Raynah Braganza.

Boys brought their clay and eagerly made clay models of fruits and vegetables and displayed their work beautifully. They showed a lot of interest and completed their work within the stipulated time.

Three prizes were allotted for each class. They were judged on the neatness of their work and their final presentation.

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Eumind Europe meets India Trip to ‘The Netherlands’

14 students from Std 8th and 9th along with Teachers Prtitisha Murzello and Pramila Gonsalves were invited to Jac. P. Thijsse College, Netherland, as a part of the Eumind exchange programme from 16th April 2016 to 24th April 2016.

As this was a cultural exchange the students were hosted by the Dutch families and the teachers were hosted by the Trip organizer Mr. Wouter   Bregman.

The students attended school and there were various classes held especially for them.

They were taken on a tour of Amsterdam, Castricum, Alkaamar and many other interesting places. They visited the cheese market, Dutch farm, The Van Gogh museum, sand dunes, water filtration plant & museum, bunkers, and many other places of interest. They found the canal boat ride, bicycle ride and the train journey very fascinating.

The trip was interesting, educational, informative and enjoyable and itenriched the lives of the students.

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Primary Talent Search 2015-16

Finally it was here!!!!!! That time of the year, when the talent search had to be held. With great enthusiasm the entry forms were given to the children and entries were eagerly awaited. The categories for the Talent Search were as follows- Instrumentals, Vocals and Sketching. A thunderous response was received for the Sketching category competition, while a fairly good number of children gave in their entries for the Instrumental and Vocal categories. As the competition was to be held on the 12th of March, , the eliminations for the same were held on the 8th of March.

On the day set for the eliminations, the children came to school ready with their instruments and pieces, songs and crayons. Each participant put in his best effort. The members of the Talent Search committee - Ms. Malaika Rodrigues,  Mrs. Michelle D’souza, Mrs. Christine Periera and Mrs. Lorna Bhantu enjoyed listening to every piece that was played and every song that was sung. As for the sketching- the class teachers were asked to select the best three from every class and the final three from each standard were chosen on the 12th of March. Since there were few entries in the instrumental and vocals category the finalists were chosen on the 8th of March itself. The winners were awarded story and art books as prizes.

As it is rightly said,’ Your talent is a gift from God to you, what you do with it is your gift back to God.’

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Grandparents Day

Grandparents Day was Celebrated on 20th February,16 by the Students of Std I.

A small cultural programme was put up by the boys, this was followed by a get together where a game of housie was played and many spot prizes were given. Grandparents were given a sandwich and a fruit juice for their refreshments and a small take away gift as a remembrance of the time spent in School with their grandchildren. The grandparents enjoyed themselves thoroughly and were extremely grateful that the headmistress, staff and students of St Stanislaus High School had thought about them and had a special place in their heart for them. They all went back happily after having enjoyed themselves.

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St Stanislaus win U-10 Oliver Andrade trophy

Zeal Michael's all important goal saw St Stanislaus (Bandra) stun defending champions Don Bosco "A" 1-0 to lift the MSSA boys U-10 Oliver Andrade Trophy

 

 

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Kite flying day (Primary)

Makar Sankranti, the festival of kites and til chikkis was celebrated on the 14th of January. Makar Sankranti literally means the movement of the Sun into Capricorn. It is the festival of til-gul where sesame and jaggery laddoos or chikkis are distributed among all and they are generally accompanied by the saying “ til-gul ghya ani gud gud bola” which means “ Eat these sesame seeds and jaggery and speak sweet words.

The boys from Stds I to IV were asked to bring their own kites and phirkis to fly during the durated time. It was an amazing sight to see the colourful kites in the sky and each little boy trying hard to keep their kite flying high. One could also see that special bonding between the parents and their boys while flying their kites, it was like ‘My Dad is the bestest!!’. Some parents even re-lived their childhood days and kept encouraging their sons by shouting ‘ Come on son, you can do it!’ . The boys thoroughly enjoyed this activity to the fullest and returned to class exhausted.    

                                                                                          Tr. Mary Almeida.

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Primary School Annual Athletic Meet

Sports day is an important event in the life of every school. Sports itself has a vital  role to play in making a child physically as well as mentally sound.

St. Stanislaus Primary School Annual Athletic Meet was held on 19th Dec 2015 on the school ground. The meet began at 8.00am. The guard of honour (boys of Grade 3 ) welcomed our Chief Guest Mr. Vincent Fernandes & Mrs. Sweta Fernandes. The proud parents  of Avner Fernandes ( student of Grade 3 ). Once the guests  were seated Tr. Priya introduced the chief guest. This was followed by the March Past by the boys of Grade 4. The sportsmen prayer was said by Master Cristiano Corriea and the oath was taken by Master Keon Barnes both of Grade 4. The students solemly pledged to uphold the spirit of the sportsmanship. The Chief Guest Mr. Vincent Fernandes then declared the meet open. Our little Stanislistes were all excited as we then began with the series of races.  The flat races, relays and the fancy races all of which were centred on the theme for this year,  “The Year of Light” Some of the fancy races were , “This  little light of mine,” “Born to be a Stanislite,”  “Sun the giver of life,”  “Light dispels darkness”  and many more. After each race, the winners were awarded a medal & a certificate. On the completion of all the  races, some of our students ( including Avner Fernandes of Grade 3 ) put up a display of Malkambh which captured the attention of one and all as they sat on the edge of their seats. Malkambh is the Indian form of gymnastics. It requires  a lot  of focus, practice  and determination. Mr. Vincent Fernandes encouraged  our students with his vibrant speech followed by a vote of Thanks given by Tr. Jennifer Pereira. The meet ended with all the teachers leading the students in singing of the school Anthem. At the end of the sports Day, the children went back with this message “Winners win , Winners lose, but Winners play.”

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