Principal’s  Birthday

                     On 6th March 2018, Birthday of our Headmistress was celebrated. Programme for the students started at 7:45 am and the programme for the staff was at 9:00 am.

           The programme began with an introduction stating the purpose and importance of the day followed by presentation of bouquet (Spiritual bouquet)  cutting of cake, dance performance by students of std 8 and 9. Further there was presentation of card done by class monitors of std 5-9. The staff Programme started at 9:00 in the school auditorium. To make the programme interesting some spot prizes were introduced. The programme concluded with best wishes given to the Principal for all her future  endeavours.

 

                                                                                                                                            Co-ordinators

                                                                                                                                                       Mr Vijay Hotkar.

                                                                                                                                                       Mrs  Reema Fernandes.

                                                                                                                                                       Mrs  Teresa. J. D’sa..

Hindi Elocution

M.S.S.A. Sports Awards

M.S.S.A. Sports Awards for winning the 1st place in Relay 100×4 mts under 10.

Primary Outreach Programme for the Academic Year 2017-2018

The Primary Outreach Programme for the Academic Year 2017-2018 was held on Thursday, 13th December, 2017. 39 students, along with the Head Teacher Mrs. Jennifer D’Souza, 7 PTA Representatives and Mrs. Maria D’Souza visited Our Lady’s Home, Dadar (East) which shelters around 110 orphaned children. As per the request of Fr. Wilfred, the in-charge of the Home, students voluntarily brought sugar which was donated to the Home. The PTA Representatives donated cooking oil and also organised games for the orphans as well as the students. Gifts were given to the winners who were very happy to receive them. The students and the teachers were given a tour of the Home and were told about how each child was independent and self-sufficient.

Many agreed that it was a very fulfilling and enriching experience as the students understood how lucky and privileged they were to receive so many gifts that were denied to the others.

Teacher in Charge

Mrs. Maria D’Souza