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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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Inter - School Carol Singing Competition (Primary)

The inter – school Carol Singing Competition for the Primary Section was held on 17th December 2015 . The participants from std I to IV put forth their enthralling performance. Eleven Schools took part in this competition held at St Elias High School.

The competition was judged  by very talented musicians.The occasion was graced and hosted by the esteem presence of the Principal of St Elias High School. The competitors sang a variety of Christmas songs .They came up with such melodious voices which appealed the audience and judges. All  our young maestros who took part in the competition made the competition a great success. All of them sang to their level best.  The winners were well appreciated by the judges.  Our school  stood  3rd in the competiton.

   Witnessing the children singing so well made all of us proud. This event would not have been possible without the help of Ms Karen D’Abreo who trained the boys and encouraged them to bring out their best and the headmistress Ms Jennifer Pereira who accompanied them and encouraged them to do better. Also not forgetting the parents who cooperated and took the trouble of bringing the boys for regular practices.

I will sing to the Lord all the days of my life.

Perpetual Fernandes.

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FUN WITH KIDs Children’s Day Celebration

While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about…The celebration of Children’s Day was held on 26th November 2015.  The boys of Std I and Std II assembled at 8:30 followed by the boys of III and IV at 11:00am.

Our stanislites celebrated Chidren’s Day which was filled with splashing fun and a jolly time for everyone. The celebration started with thrilling rides like the aeroplane, the jumping jack, rock climbing and the play house. They then proceeded to the games section which included fishing, basketball , ring them and feed it. They were also given burgers, sweets and a wrist band. The children had a wonderful time. Thanks to the help and support of the P.T.A.

Seeing the smile on the children’s face made the teachers continue the celebration for the next day with a card making competition that had the following themes :

  • Std I and II – Nature - Our friend
  • Std III and IV – Environment

Prizes were awarded to the two best in each class.  It was truly an enjoyable celebration for all the little ones of the primary section. May the love and laughter always stay on every child’s face.

Teachers In-charge:
Ms Raynah Lemos, Ms Priscilla Fernandes,
Ms Lalita Nirmal  and Ms Cordelia Lewis.

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Brainvita 2015 - Inter House Quiz Competition

The Inter House Quiz Competition – Brainvita 2015, was held on 28th November 2015 in the school hall. It was organised by the following teachers: Mrs. Priya Divecha, Mrs. Lorna Bhantu, Mrs. Christine Pereira and Mr. Arnold Lobo. A special thank you to Mrs. Bindu Corriea for helping with the PowerPoint Presentation.

Four students [ 2 each from Stds III and IV ] participated in each team. The quiz consisted of 5 rounds i.e. Question Round, Visual Round, Pot Luck, Puzzle Round and the Rapid Fire Round. The topics covered were Occupations, Cities in India, Places in Mumbai, Science, Geography, Computers, Sports, Product Logos and Fairytales.

The teams participated with great enthusiasm. Although each team put in their best effort the winner for that morning was the Kostka House.

Each student received a participation certificate and the winners received a certificate and a prize.

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Primary Raffle Contest

The Raffle Contest for September 2015 was organized so as to encourage Student login and to familiarise Students/Parents with KoolKampus.

Any child or parent logging into KoolKampus in the month of September was eligible for the raffle. A random user was selected per division as the winner. If the randomly selected user was a Parent, the corresponding child would be the winner.

The winners for September 2015 are:

  • Std 4A - Sahil Keni
  • Std 4B - Dhir Pereira
  • Std 4C - Jenson Silveira
  • Std 4D - Mohd. Ebrahim Shaikh

Congratulations to all the winners and a Big Thanks to all of you who logged in. Any suggestions email us on support@koolkampus.co.in.

The Raffle Contest will also run for the month of October 2015!

The more number of times you login, the higher the probability of winning.

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Primary Reading Day

The birth anniversary of our dear Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was celebrated on the 15th of October. As he was an avid reader, we at St. Stanislaus High School celebrated it as reading day. There were numerous activities held to encourage reading.

The children were asked to bring their favourite story books to read in class. The 1st and 2nd std. boys were also informed to come dressed as their favourite fairy tale character and a few boys read their stories out aloud in class. The boys of std. 3 and 4, after reading their books, either gave a gist of their story to the rest of the class or they wrote a character sketch on the book they read.

For Craft, they made a bookmark in class. In the Media Centre the teachers encouraged the boys to read by putting up informative reading software. A book fair was also held, where a variety of books were displayed.

The importance of reading was stressed by the teacher to make them aware that reading improves concentration, vocabulary and develops language and writing skills. Reading also helps their imagination soar and relaxes and calms their minds.

This poem sums it nicely:
‘Books are our friends
Forget them not
They expect nothing but
Offer you a lot
Give you knowledge of all sorts
Books are your best friends
Forget them not.

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Primary Appreciation Day 2015-16

The Appreciation Day, held on the 8th of August, 2015, was an occasion to acknowledge the achievement of our students who have attained excellence in academic and co-curricular spheres through their dedicated efforts and perseverance in the academic year 2014-15.

The programme was held in the school hall. This being the International Year of Light, the theme chosen was, ‘Spread Your Light’. Our guests, Fr. Errol Fernandes, Principal Ms. Anna Correa, Vice Principal Fr. Andrew Rodrigues, Ms. Lillian Braganza, Ms. Asha D’Mello, the Primary Headmistress Ms. Jennifer Pereira and parents, were welcomed by our little Stanislites.

The programme began with a prayer followed by a prayer dance performed by the students of std. III.

Fr. Errol Fernandes and Ms. Anna Correa were then called upon to give away the certificates to the students of std. III.

We were then entertained through music by the students of std. II who sang the song, ‘Go Light Your World.’

This was followed by the students of std. II receiving certificates from Ms. Lillian Braganza and Ms. Asha D’Mello. The students of std. IV then conveyed the message of spreading light wherever we go through the skit ‘The Lonely Traffic Light’, which everyone enjoyed.

The students of std. I and IV were then excited to receive their certificates from Ms. Judith D’ Abreo, Fr. Andrew Rodrigues and Ms. Jennifer Pereira.

Ms. Anna Correa then addressed the parents and students. She appreciated them for their hard work and encouraged them to continue to do their best in this academic year as well.

The vote of thanks was given by Ms. Jennifer Pereira. She thanked everyone who helped to make this programme a success. The programme ended with the singing of the school anthem.

-Tr. Priya Divecha, Mst. Arnold Lobo, Tr. Michelle Ferrao, Tr. Malaika Rodrigues

‘A dream becomes a goal when action is taken towards its achievement.’

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Parents Day Celebration 2015 (Primary)

The parent’s day celebration that was held on 25th July 2015, at St Stanislaus High School Bandra was a great success. The students and teachers of the Primary Section invited the parents to participate in a special programme.

This programme included Candle Decoration for the mothers and A Volley ball  game for the fathers.

The candles given were artistically decorated by the mothers. On the other hand the fathers had a stress free and an enjoyable volley ball game with fathers of   Std II and III emerging victorious.

The Headmistress of the primary section concluded the programme by saying “Parents are a gift to all our children”.

This parents day celebration was a great success and we hope to have many more to come.

Teachers in charge of this programme were

Tr Mary Almeida

Tr Lorraine Fernandes

Tr Raynah Lemos

Tr Lufthancia Miranda

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St. Stanislaus Primary Interclass Football Tournament

Started with a ‘KICK’.....Interclass Football Tournament for Std III and IV.
Stanislites are not only known for their excellence in academics but also for achieving their goal in sports. Thus, we began this academic year 2015 – 2016 with an ‘INTERCLASS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT’ of the 3rd and the 4th Standard.

The matches started from the  8th of July till the 15th of July. Mr. Cecil Correia was the referee for all the matches. The boys were very enthusiastic, determined, excited and played with ‘TEAM SPIRIT’. The boys played the matches with the belief that winning or losing is just a part of the game, but PARTICIPATING is what matters. The boys who did not participate in the game did the most fantastic job of CHEERING for their class.

With this spirit of sportsmanship and participation, the boys of class III D and IV B won the ‘FINAL MATCH’.

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