SYMBIOS program

Around 45 students from STD IX, accompanied by two teachers, were part of this year’s SYMBIOS program held on Saturday, 9th December 2017. The students had a great, fun and learning time meeting other students from our sister schools and imbibed the theme of Health, Harmony and Holiness through a variety of activities chalked out…

Fancy Dress Competition

Fancy Dress Competition (Pre-Primary): 9.12.17 Fancy Dress Competition was held in the Pre-Primary section. The theme was ‘insect’ and the whole section was buzzing with different kinds of insects ranging from dragonflies, ladybugs, butterflies, honeybees etc. Parents put forth their creative best in designing the costumes of their children. It was a tough contest for…

Number Day

Number Day (Pre-Primary) :8.12.17 Number Day was celebrated in the Jr. Kg. Teachers enacted the song ‘Five little ducklings went out to play’ in the class. An audio visual on numbers was shown to the students. Students creatively made and brought from home numbers and its value. An activity of sequencing numbers from 1 to…

1st Skya International Karate Championship 2017

Student Achievement (Pre-Primary)
Parth Manwani of Sr. Kg. ‘A’ division of our school has won gold and silver medals in 1st Skya International Karate Championship 2017 organised by Shotokan Karate Youth Association. This is a victorious moment for our school and for the parents. Three cheers to Parth !!!

Annual Sports Festival of the Primary Section

Annual Sports Festival of the Primary Section 2017 – 2018 On the 25th of November 2017, We ‘The Savion Family’ of the Primary Section had gathered on the school grounds to celebrate the Primary Annual Sports Festival 2017-2018 beginning with the Opening Ceremony. Our Chief Guest for the day was Mr. Dilip Utekar Police Inspector…

THE REUPHORIA DAY – Primary

THE REUPHORIA DAY AND KATIE BAGLI’S VISITS TO THE 3RD AND 4TH STANDARD STUDENTS. Font size On Wednesday the 29th of November 2017, Ms. Katie Bagli was invited to our school, as a resource person, to speak to the students of Std 3 and 4. Ms. Bagli is a lover of nature and an author,…

Our Rector and Manager Rev Fr. Brian Moras birthday

We the Savion Family at St.Dominic Savio High School took great pleasure in celebrating Our Rector and Manager Rev Fr. Brian Moras birthday on the 27th of November 2017. Mrs. Valerie Mascarenhas Our Principal began with an introduction, welcoming Rev. Fr.Brian on his special day over the intercom for the Primary section ,in the assembly…

Reuphoria Festival

Reuphoria Festival (Secondary Section) held on 29th November 2017 aimed to correlate the skills learned in school to professional skills required in the outside world by inviting guest authors from various fields to share their expertise. This year too we express our sincere gratitude to the guest authors – Katie Bagli and Shamim Padamsee who…

Lit Fest Fourth Day

Lit Fest Fourth Day (Pre-Primary): 29.11.17 The last day of the Lit Fest saw students parading with their hats to the beats of the music. Each hat depicted a story with pictures and props. During DEAR time students drew their favourite story character. Author Andrea D’costa told different stories from her book. Students enjoyed the…

Student’s Achievement : Pre Primary

Student’s Achievement (Pre-Primary) Arthur Barnes of Sr. Kg. ‘B’ division of our school won the third place (Bronze Medal) under 8 years, 18kgs weight group in Prof. Jigoro Kano Invitational Mumbai Judo Championship-2017 organized by Bombay Judo Club on 25th and 26th November 2017 at Gundawali Municipal School, Andheri East, Mumbai. Indeed it is a…

Lit Fest third day

Lit Fest third day (Pre-Primary) : 28.11.17 Third day of the Lit Fest saw students coming dressed to school in pyjamas all set for the story telling competition. Students did a fantastic job while narrating stories with props, voice modulation and actions. Later the book fairy announced the DEAR time during which students sat and…

Lit Fest second day

Lit Fest second day (Pre-Primary) : 27.11.17 The second day of the Lit fest promised to be very exciting and interesting. And indeed it was!!Parents came in and enacted and narrated interesting stories to the students with colourful props. Students were very happy to see their parents perform for them and cheered loudly for them.…