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The Film Club

The Film Club is an endeavour that strives to transform the lives of children within the space of the school system. It welcomes children to experience the magic of cinema through film watching, live shooting, hands on camera experience, visits to the film industry, Celeb talk and a lot more. Keeping all this in mind, the STAN FILM CLUB invited Filmmaker, Amole Gupte, the man behind critically acclaimed children-centric films ‘Taare Zameen Par’ and ‘Stanley Ka Dabba’ on the  22nd  of August, 2016 to St. Stanislaus to share his expertise with the Film Club students from Stds. VII to IX.

Mr. Amole’s has over 15 years experience of working with children as well as his career in films. He has wonderful insights on both the worlds, which he shared with the students.. According to him, cinema is an exciting new medium and art form for children to explore. All they need is a mobile phone camera and a computer.

In this session, he showed two short films - ‘Aansoo bane Moti’ (made by underprivileged children)  and ‘Tahaan’( directed by his student Mr. Ashish Gaikwad (an Ex-Stanislite), in order to throw light on the possibilities open to children interested in this field. He also discussed the relationship children share with cinema, and how it is different to ours. With their stories and wonder and imagination, children could become absolutely fabulous filmmakers in today's digital age.

The boys enthusiastically took part in a healthy discussion with Mr. Amole Gupte

Principal Mrs. Anna Correa expressed her gratitude by giving Mr. Gupte a token of appreciation.


Road Safety program

St Stanislaus Road Safety Committee had organised a Crossing Warden Training on Tuesday 23 August, 2016 at 8.40 am, on Hill Road. Traffic control training was given to traffic volunteers opposite School’s gate number 1.

Traffic Senior Inspector, Mr. Shelar, Sub-Inspector, Traffic, Principal Mrs. Anna Correa, Sir Rakesh Pathak and four volunteers were present during this activity.


Inter-religious Prayer Service

The Inter-religious Prayer Service was celebrated on the 13th August 2016.

The theme for that morning was “Water” – one of the oldest and most meaningful symbols found in cultures and religions worldwide – a sign of purity.

The different religions were Christianity, Hinduism,  Jainism, Zoroastrianism, Islam, and Buddhism. The  importance of  Holy Water in each of these religions was portrayed with  readings from the Holy Books, a prayer dance accompanied by visuals and a bhajan.

Brother Conrad Fonseca summed up the whole programme with the message that we are all children of “One God” and we need to live together in harmony.

The programme concluded with a vote of thanks by Principal Anna Correa.

As the boys exited the hall they were given Prasad.


First Term Timetable 5th to 8th - October 2016

DATE DAY STDS  5 - 6 STDS  7- 8
    Integrated studies Integrated studies
7th October 2016 Friday (50 mks) (50 mks)
    9.00 – 10.00 a.m. 9.00 – 10.00  a.m.
8th October  regular school from 9.00 am to 1.00pm
10th October2016 Monday Marathi Marathi
    (40 mks) (50 mks)
    9.00- 10.15 a.m 9.00- 10.30 a.m
11th to 13th October 2016- Study Holiday
14th October 2016               Friday Hindi Hindi ( Hindi composite for std 8th  )
    (40 mks) (50 mks)
    9.00 -10.15 am 9.00 -10.30 a.m
15th October 2016 Saturday Study Holiday  
16th October 2016 Sunday Holiday  
17th October 2016 Monday EVS I (For std 5th )24 Mks Science
    Science (std 6th-40 mks)  (50 mks)
    9.00 -10.15 a.m 9.00 -10.30 a.m
18th October 2016 Tuesday Study Holiday  
19th October 2016 Wednesday English Baseline Exam English Baseline Exam
    9.00 - 10.15 am 9.00 -10.30 am
20th October 2016 Thursday Maths Baseline Exam Maths Baseline Exam
    9.00 - 10.15 am 9.00 - 10.30 am
21st October 2016 Friday Study Holiday Study Holiday
22nd October 2016 Saturday Study Holiday Study Holiday
23rd October 2016 Sunday Holiday Holiday
24th October 2016 Monday EVS II (std 5th ) 16 mks  
    Geography (std 6  -20 mks) Geography  (25 mks)
    9.00 -10.15 a.m 9.00 -10.30 a.m
25th October 2016 Tuesday Study Holiday  
26th October 2016 Wednesday History/Civics (std 6th ) History/Civics 
    20 Mks 25 Mks
    9.00 -10.15 a.m 9.00 -10.30 a.m
27th October 2016 Thursday   French Composite(For std 8th-25 mks )
      9.00 -11.00 a.m
The Portion for Summative Evaluation are uploaded in the koolkampus.
Please Confirm the portion with your Subject teachers
School reopens on Tuesday ,November15 from 8.50 a.m to 12.50 pm

First Term Timetable 9th & 10th - October 2016

7th October 2016 Friday 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.  50 Integrated studies 
    10  – 11 a.m. 25 P.T. 
8th  October 2016 Saturday 9.00 to 11.00 a.m. 60 Work Education
11.20 to 12.50 p.m. 50 P.D.
9th  October   2016 Sunday     Holiday
10th  October  2016 Monday 9.00 – 12 p.m 80           Marathi
11st   October 2016 Tuesday     Holiday
12th October  2016 Wednesday     Holiday
13th October  2016 Thursday                 Holiday
14th October  2016        Friday 9 -00 – 12 .00 pm 80 Hindi/Hin.comp/Sanskrit
15th October 2016 Saturday 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. 40 Maths -I 
16th October 2016 Sunday     Holiday
17th October 2016 Monday 9.00 -12.00 a.m. 80 English
18th October 2016 Tuesday 9.00 – 11.00 a.m. 40   Geograpgy/Eco
       19th october  2016 Wednesday         9.00 -11 .00 am 40            Science -I
20th October  2016 Thursday                 Holiday
21st October  2016       Friday 9 -00 – 11 .00 pm 40           Maths -II
22th October 2016 Saturday 9.00 – 11.00 a.m. 40 ICT
23rd October 2016 Sunday     Holiday
24th October 2016 Monday 9.00 -11.00 a.m. 40           Science -II
25th  October 2016 Tuesday     Holiday 
26th October 2016 Wednesday 9.00 -11.00 a.m. 40          History/Poli-sci
27th  October 2016  Thursday 9.00 – 11.00 a.m. 40 French composite
Language orals and science practicals on 5th  October from 9.00 am to 3.45 pm for std 10th only
Note: Portion is given in the almanac. 
Confirm the portion and the outline with the subject teachers.
For other details open Koolkampus site
School reopens on Tuesday ,November15 from 8.50 a.m to 12.50 pm

Inter School Elocution Competition Winners

The Inter School Elocution Competiton was held on the 27th August 2016 Master Patrick Desouza won the 2nd place in the 8-12 yrs category at the Bandra Gymkhana Inter School Elocution Cometition. 21 schools participated.

Master Krish Pinto won 1st place in the 12-16 years category at the Bandra Gymkhana Inter School Elocution Competion and the Best Performer prize as well.

Out of the 44 schools that participated St. Stanislaus won the 2nd place.

On the 28th August 2016, Master Jayden Dmello won the Best Orator at the Goan Institute, Senior Category. His winning piece was “Mistaken Impression”.


Visit to the Bombay Art Society

The Public Art out-reach workshop organized by GVK Jaye He, Shivaji Airport Museum was held on 22nd July 2016, at the Bombay Art Society.  20 students along with Tr. Princelia attended.

This was a study and an introduction to various types of paintings like pixel painting, spray painting art, poster paintings done by various artists.

The boys were also introduced to different huge and lovely sculptures done by various sculptors, who are not well known.

A 20 minutes activity was organized, where the boys used the material provided such as, best out of waste, fabric clay, toothpicks, water/poster colours, pencil colours etc. to create amazing painting.


Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better

15th August 2016, marked 70 years of Independence The Staff and Students of St Stanislaus High School commenced the celebrations with the hoisting of the flag by our Chief Guests, Ex-Stanislites, Master Srinivas Venkatesh and Master Brenden Don Barretto, both doctors in the making, at 7.30.a.m.

The National Anthem was sung with great fervor accompanied by the School Band.

The Chief Guests, then proceeded to the hall for a short program which started with the lighting of lamp, asking God to bless our motherland. A short skit by Tr. Cindrella Dmello, showed the boys, through song and dance how to be responsible and dutiful citizens. A speech on Independent India by Master Amir Zakaria, emphasized the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters.  Kickboxing, another form of martial arts was also demonstrated.

The Std X toppers, who scored above 90% were also felicitated.  The toppers shared the secret of their success with our current Std.X boys.

Our Chief Guests, inspired the  Stanislites with speeches that drew their attention to the many opportunities the school had to offer..

The Principal, Tr. Anna ended with a vote of thanks and exhorted the boys to be proud of their country and its rich and varied heritage.


Budhia Singh Born To Run Anthem

National award winning actor Manoj Bajpayee ensured that the anthem launch of his forthcoming awe-inspiring biopic, Budhia Singh – Born To Run was one to remember!  This is an inspirational true story of the world’s youngest marathon runner Budhia Singh – Born To Run.  The movie is the celebration of an ordinary boy who rose from the ashes like the phoenix and made his country proud.” It is based on the relationship between Budhia (Mayur Patole) and his judo coach, Biranchi Das, played by Manoj Bajpayee. Das rescued the little boy from one of Bhubaneswar’s most notorious slums and helped him achieve incredible heights.

Taking onlookers and the gathered media by surprise, the versatile actor arrived at the venue, St Stanislaus School, Bandra, running along with Master Mayur and took couple of rounds of the basketball court.

After the panel discussion, the soul-stirring anthem of Budhia Singh Born To Run was launched amidst a packed house of school children and the media. The students were very happy to get wrist bands and t-shirts from Viacom18 Motion Pictures.


Celebrating the Feast of St Ignatius of Loyola

The celebrations for the Feast of St Ignatius of Loyola Patron Saint of the Loyola house, started off on the 25th July 2016, with a class-wise, Chart Competion  based on the Loyola house motto – “ Ideals in Actions.

Stds. 5A & 6C, Std. 7A & 8A  and Std 9B & 10 C , were the proud winners.

A Loyola house canteen,organized by the boys of Std. X was held on the 27th August.

Fr. Gerard Rodricks was the main celebrant at the Feast day Mass,on the 30th July He told the boys to “Pray as if everything depended on God and work as if everything depended on you”, as St. Ignatius did.

The festivities continued in the Therapy Room with the ex-teachers and staff followed by a short programme in the hall. 



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