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Childrens Hour Christmas Programme 2016

Christmas is a time for celebration, a time for giving, loving, sharing and spreading happiness, peace, joy and good cheer. That is exactly what the boys of Std IV presented through their children’s hour on 21st December, 2016.

The programme began with a Christmas prayer followed by a dance, wherein the boys expressed their love in the form of prayer and music in their lives. The story of birth of Jesus was putforth in the form of Tableau. Everyone loves to decorate a Christmas tree with pretty buntings. These buntings are Christmas symbols which are of great significance to the life of Jesus Christ. This act was presented by showing each symbol and telling the meaning of it. A few of our Stanislites who were trained by Tr. Karen for the Inter School Carol Singing Competition performed for our children’s hour. Another group of boys showcased their talents by playing different musical instruments like the keyboard, drums, violin and the guitar and were joined by a group of boys singing Christmas carols wherein they wished everyone Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Teacher Jennifer then addressed the gathering.

Thus, the fun-filled morning came to an end by giving the message of Christmas.

Tr. Lorraine Fernandes, Tr. Lorna Bhantu, Tr. Lalita Nirmal, Mr. Arnold Lobo


Christmas Carol Singing Competition 2016

An Annual Carol Singing Competition was held on 15th December 2016 at St Elias High School [Khar]. 14 enthusiastic schools participated in this competition including our school. 15 boys of the Primary Section represented our school. The children sang the traditional carol “ Go Tell It on The Mountains “. They were trained by Mrs. Karen D’Abreo and sang melodiously straight from their hearts.

They were awarded the first runners up in the competition.

- Tr. Priscilla Fernandes



39th Prabhodhan Inter School Athletic Meet

A few boys from the under 8, under 10 and under 12 age group of our school took part in the 39th Prabhodhan Inter School Athletic Meet held on the 8th and the 9th December 2016. While Jordan Desmond from the 3rd Standard finished 5th in the finals, Arjun Jayswal from the 4th standard won 2 gold medals while representing our school in the 100 meters and 50 meters sprints.

Mumbai Juniorthon 2016

Sahil Sargurh from 3-D won the bronze medal in the Junior Marathon held on 4th Dec  2016.

The Mumbai Juniorthon is an annual running event for children & junior athletes in Mumbai. It ffocuses on getting Mumbai children up and running towards a healthier lifestyle. The event encourages children to go outdoors and get physically fit through runninng.


Poinsur Gymkhana Athletic Meet

Boys of our school had taken  part in the Poinsur Gymkhana Athletic meet at Kandivli between 1st Dec and 3rd Dec 2016. Arjun Jayswal from 4-A won the under – 10 championship by winning 2 gold medals in the 100 and 80 meters races.


MSSA event for Mallakhamb

Avner Fernandes  of Std 4-B had participated in MSSA event for Mallakhamb  in Individual – Pole Mallakhamb on Tuesday 22, November 2016 had stood in 2nd place and was awarded a silver  medal and a certificate.


5 Distrct Annual Athletic Meet

Students from St Stanislaus High School had taken part in the 5 Distrct Annual Athletic Meet at the University grounds in Marine Lines on the 2nd ,3rd ,4th ,5th , and 6th  November 2016. Athlets from  the city of Mumbai the  Suburbs, Thane, Palghar and Raigad Districts participated in this meet. Arjun Jayswal from the standard 4 won a silver medal in the 200m race in the under 10 category. Kudos to Arjun for making all of us here at St. Stanislaus High School very proud.


Children’s Day Celebration November 2016

As it is rightly said, “ Children are like a rainbow…….they add colour to our lives.” So we the teachers of the primary section unanimously decided that this year we would organize  a special programme for our children on the occasion of Children’s Day. The programme was held on the 18th of November 2016. It began by invoking God’s blessings on each of our students followed by the hymn ‘Just like a child’.

There were three items presented by the teachers. The skit ‘ The Three Little Pigs’ and two dances. Every teacher participated in the items. The boys thoroughly enjoyed each item and were very happy and excited to see their teachers perform for them.

The P.T.A. also put up a presentation on one of the children’s favourite cartoon shows ‘Motu Patlu’. They also organized a Magic Show and Clown Show which fascinated the boys.

To make the programme more interesting certain boys of each standard were called on stage and they were asked questions. Those who answered correctly were given a spot prize.

At the end of the programme all the teachers came up on stage and wished the children  ‘A Very Happy Children’s Day’. This was  followed by the vote of thanks given by the headmistress of the primary Mrs Jennifer Pereira. It was indeed an enjoyable morning both for the children as well as the teachers.

  -   Miss Perpetual Fernandes, Miss Lisa Pereira, Mrs Priya Divecha and Mr. Arnold Lobo


Appreciation Day 2016

Appreciation Day at St Stanislaus High School ( Primary Section) was celebrated on 24th September 2016 at 9.30 am in the School Hall. The Manager Fr. Frazer Mascarenhas, Principal Anna Correa, HeadMistress Jennifer Pereira and Sr. Arokia graced the programme with their presence.

The programme began with a prayer and a song on unity. Fr. Frazer Mascarenhas shared a few pearls of wisdom. Prizes for the Academic year 2015-2016 were distributed in between the different items that showcased the talent of the students in music, dance and drama.  The boys of Std 3 trained by the renowned Raell Padamsee put up a mime and recited a humourous poem.
The boys of Standards 3 and 4 who had participated in the interschool competition "Immaculata" put up the fairy tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears.. with a twist. The highlight of the day was a colourful musical on the Rainbow fish, penned down by the teachers and Darryl Loyola which emphasized the fact that it is only by sharing the gifts and talents that we have with others that we will truly be happy.  Teacher Jennifer proposed the vote of thanks followed by the singing of the School Anthem which marked the end of the beautiful programme spotlighting the talents of the boys truly Born for Greater Things.

Tr. Priscilla Fernandes, Tr. Malaika Rodrigues, Tr. Michelle Ferrao, Tr. Cursina Valles, Tr. Lorraine Fernandes and Tr. Lorna Bhantu


Teacher’s Day 2016

The PTA members joyfully celebrated Teacher’s Day on 2nd and 3rd September 2016.

2nd September was marked with a Eucharistic celebration, where in  Father Elton Namory, the main celebrant,  in his homily inspired the teachers to use their God given talents to educate the young minds and to bring out the best of the child’s abilities and potentials.

On 3rd September, the PTA began the celebration with a meaningful prayer service followed by an entertainment program in the school hall.  Master Ojas Jhadav, School Captian hosted the program for the Secondary School teachers.

The enthusiastic and talented PTA members worked very hard to train the Primary and Secondary boys to present a lovely and lively show for their teachers.

Darryl D’Souza the VP of the PTA concluded with a vote of thanks.

A Celebration packed with music, dance and a sumptuous lunch at the Manuel Gonsalves Trust was held later in the afternoon.

The teachers sang a thank you song to show their appreciation and gratitude to the PTA members for organizing this beautiful program.


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