Diwali Celebration in the Primary Section.

Diwali Celebration in the Primary Section. The festival of lights – Diwali is celebrated throughout India with immense splendor and grandeur. And on this note the students of the primary section brought in the very essence of Diwali on Saturday the 14th of October 2017 before breaking up for their vacations. All the students and…

BLUE HOUSE DAY

BLUE HOUSE DAY The Blue Day Assembly was held on Friday the 29th of September, 2017 and the patron leader is non other than Mahatma Gandhi whose birth anniversary we celebrate on 2nd October every year. The theme for the event was, ‘Never, Never Give Up.’ The Rector and Manager Rev.Fr Brian Moras, sdb gave…

Cultural Day Programme Std I

Cultural Day Programme Std I On 23rd of September 2017 at 2 p.m. in the A.V. Hall at St. Dominic Savio High School Std One had celebrated their cultural day. ‘Concern For Others’ was the theme for the day. We had our little comperes who welcomed Rev. Fr. Brian Moras, sdb, Our Rector and Manager,…

Workshop : Around The World

A workshop, “Around the world “ was conducted by Beyond Academics for Std II on Monday the 18th of September 2017 at 10: 15 a.m. The importance of the seven continents along with a power-point presentation of the world map was briefly introduced to the students. They were taken on a tour in the classroom…

Cultural Day : Std II

On 9th of August 2017 at 2 p.m. the students of Std II celebrated their cultural day . The theme for that day was ‘Being Respectful.” The comperes welcomed Our Principal Mrs. Valerie Mascarenhas, Our Vice Rector and Administer Rev. Fr. Maridas Shekar, Our Head Teacher Mrs. Marina Corda , the co-ordinating teacher Mrs. Andrea…

Teachers’ Day : Primary Section

Teachers’ Day “Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions.” It is the noblest profession in the world. On Monday the 4th of September, 2017 the teachers at St. Dominic Savio High School Primary Section, Andheri were felicitated by the students of Std. One. The corridor and the classrooms was welcoming as it…