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Children's Day and Kostka House Feast celebrations

Every happy memory created for a child is another treasure of a lifetime.

                                                                                                          - Donna Marie.

Our aim this year for Children’s day was to ensure a treasure trove of joy, laughter and fun for our students. As the feast of our school patron saint, St. Stanislaus Kostka (13th November) and Children’s Day (14th November) coincided with the Diwali vacations; the festivities were delayed but combined and celebrated in a grand manner.

It all began with a surprise arranged for the students from the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly known as the Prince of Wales museum). The museum paid a visit to our school on 26th and 27th November 2018 through their Museum on Wheels initiative – a bus with travelling exhibitions on different themes. The students were fascinated by the exhibition within the bus and enlightened on the topic “History of Indian Money” with an audio – visual presentation, the dioramas, coins, coin replicas, banking documents and other artefacts related to currency from the 7th-6th century BC. They also had great fun while getting hands-on experience in “minting coins” which they could keep as souvenirs of this special visit.

On 30th November 2018, the feast of St. Stanislaus Kostka and Children’s Day was celebrated beginning with a mass at 9.15am in St. Peter’s Church followed by a tasty snack and drink arranged for the students. Entertainment for the day was set up on the school grounds and began with a fashion show staged by the teachers followed by a group dance competition judged by our very own ex-Stanislites Kunal Jessani and Melroy Pereira who pursued their passion for dance and made it a successful career choice. If the audience reaction was anything to go by, the programme was a super hit! The boys had the option of indulging in their favourite treats like chaat, Chinese bhel and ice lollies by purchasing coupons. Our ex-Stanislite Kunal got the boys rocking with his Zumba dance moves as the DJ continued playing popular chartbusters. The school’s German exchange students and their teachers were also present and introduced themselves to the boys. Principal Anna expressed her appreciation for the two committees and the P.T.A who had organised this fun-filled and memorable day for the children. The boys continued to enjoy themselves till the celebration ended at 1pm and then headed home with smiles on their faces and precious memories of a day dedicated to their enjoyment.

 They say, “A child has a special way of adding joy to every day”. This vibrant celebration was our way of appreciating and reciprocating the joy our students bring to our lives daily.

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Poinsur Gymkhana Annual Athletic Meet

Boys from our school had taken part in the Poinsur Gymkhana Annual Athletic Meet : 29 Nov - 1 Dec 2018 held at Poinsur Gymkhana Kandivali (West)

Below are the Achievements:

Arjun Won Gold Medal in 200 meters and Silver Medal in 100 meters respectively resulting in him winning the Under 12 Junior Championship.

2.Nihaal Sylva (St. Peter’s KG) won Gold Medal in 50 meters resulting in him winning the Under 6 Championship.

3.Under 12 ( School Boys )Relay Team won SILVER in the 4*100 meters relay.

4.Under 10 ( School and Club Boys Mixed )Relay Team won GOLD in the 4*100 meters relay.

 

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Stanislaus wins Ahmed Sailor Cup for Athletics

Boys from our school had taken part in the 125th MSSA Inter-School Athletic Meet held at University Grounds at Marine lines between 23-25 November 2018.

Below are the Achievements:

1.Arjun Won Gold Medal in 100 and 200 meters respectively resulting in him winning the Under 12 Junior Championship.

2.Under 12 Relay Team won GOLD in the 4*100 meters relay.

TEAM:

Arjun Jayswal

Vihaan Sylva

Ashton D’Souza

Sankalp More

3.Under 10 Relay Team won SILVER in the 4*100 meters relay.

TEAM:

Mark D’mello

Shaun Rodrigues

Jordan Desmond

Jaden Sequeira

Our School also won the Ahmed Sailor trophy for the overall highest points in the Under 8 , Under 10 and Under 12 Category

 

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Std 9 and 10 First Term Time Table Oct - Nov 2018

Std 5 To 8 First Term Time Table Oct - Nov 2018

Cyber security programme

SSHS along with 25 other school of H ward participated in a cyber awareness programme conducted by NGO, Responsible Netism. The programme spanned 3 months and included workshops for teachers, parents and students. Topics covered were online fraud, hacking of accounts, secure passwords, safe sites, online gaming, online pornography, use of social media and how to be cyber alert.  The students were given diaries to record their internet usage. The programme ended with a grand closing ceremony at Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir where each participating school received an award.

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Safety Awareness Workshop

A pillion rider safety awareness programme for parents and students was held on October 12th.  Over a hundred parents who bring their children to school on two wheelers attended the awareness workshop after which each child was gifted a helmet.

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Plant Detectives

As part of the SSCP Science module the students are learning to become plant detectives.  Know your plants, grow your plants is the theme.  Students study the venation of the leaves, the kind of flowers, the stem type and many other interesting details of plants.  They also grow plants at home and record their observations.

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Community service camp at Vajreshwari

Junior Red Cross organised a community service camp at Vajreshwari an Adivasi area on 26th and 27th September under the caring guidance of Sir Rakesh Pathak and Sir Rostan D’silva.  32 students participated in it. The students visited an Adivasi village and donated soap, clothes, biscuits among other things. They visited the village hospital and interacted with doctors and patients. First Aid session and community service lecture was conducted. Through this enjoyable but meaningful camp the students realized the importance of community service.

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A Trip to Remember – St Xavier’s School, Manmad

A three days trip to Manmad was organized by our school for the jubilee celebrations of our twin school – St Xavier’s High School, Manmad. There were in all 27 boys and 3 teachers,  We had a wonderful time interacting with the boys of this Jesuit school and visiting all the historic places nearby like the Infant Jesus shrine, the Ajanta Caves, the Jain Temple, the Daulatabad Fort, Bibi ka Makbara.and the Paithani silk making industry.

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