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Speech and Drama Programme

Raell Pudumsee's Ace Academy conducts speech and drama classes all through the year in the school. March 16 saw the culmination of all the training in a dazzling performance by the students of STD 5, 6 and 7. Hilarious skits, choral recitation, quizzes were highlights of the programme.




Republic Day Parade Awards

Cyclists receiving their certificates for Republic Day Parade Bandstand

Malkhamb Boys receiving their certificates for Republic Day Parade Bandstand

NCC Boys receiving their certificates for Republic Day Parade Bandstand




Anaivarukkum Thirunaal Valthukkal (Happy Feast to all)

With the coming of February every Stanislite gears up to celebrate the feast of St. John de Britto the patron saint of the Britto House.

A special canteen organised by the boys of class of class V to VII on 30th January, 2018 started off the celebration.

This year we celebrated the feast on 3rd February. Our celebration began with a solemn Eucharistic Mass. Fr. Ambrose Machado was the main celebrant with Fr. Malcolm Nato as the concelebrant.

Fr. Ambrose through his homily called us to be the light to the world.

A small cultural programme was held in the school auditorium. The prayer dance and the skit based on the Britto House motto ‘For God and Country’ only reminded us that by serving our nation we can serve God.

Masters Aaron DeMello and Jaden Gomes were the compere for the day.

With the solemn investiture ceremony we ended our Britto House Feast Celebration.


Photography workshop for Film Club Students


‘You don’t take a photograph. You make it.’'Ansel Adams.

The boys of the Stanislaus Film and Media Club understood the truth in these words on Friday, 23rd February 2018 in a photography workshop conducted on the school premises. The film and media club members belonging to the 8th and 9th standard were given this wonderful opportunity to gain deeper understanding of the art of “making” photographs.  Mr. Vipul Chedda from KSHITIJ WORLD conducted the workshop comprising of theory and practical components.

In the theory component, the students learnt about the various types of photography – nature, wildlife, food, architecture etc. A power point presentation educated the boys about the different kinds of cameras available to use. The most enlightening aspect of the workshop was the “Rules of composition” where students gained insight on the technical aspect of a photograph and how to enhance the subject within it. Their knowledge was also enriched with various tips on making the perfect picture and how to handle the camera appropriately.

The much awaited and most enjoyable moment of the workshop was of course the practical session. The boys were paired and given a digital camera each to put their newly gained knowledge to use. This helped them to relate their theoretical knowledge to their practical experience. It was so difficult to put down their cameras once they got clicking! The workshop concluded with a vote of thanks to Mr. Vipul Chedda and his team. The boys were inspired and excited by their great experience at the workshop.

It is said that photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world. Through this wonderful workshop, they have certainly learnt a new and powerful language that will help them capture not only smiles but also souls!


Elementary and Advanced Level French Exams

The students of St Stanislaus School appeared for the Elementary and Advanced Level French exams through L’Institut de francais. The results are overwhelming. 2 Gold medalists, 5 Silver medals and 5 Bronze medals. Congrats Boys!! Thanks Madame Anna for your constant support.



Consumer Club Quiz Competition

Consumer Club Quiz Competition was held for the students on Saturday 10th February





Chemistry-A Magical World

On 20th January, 2018, the 7th and 8th std. Science Club boys along with Tr. Deepali went to the R.D. National College of Science for their Annual Chemistry Festival – Fluorescence -18 at Linking Road, Bandra. The chief guest was Dr. Mhaske who is an Associate Professor at the Dept. of Polymers (ICT Matunga). Dr. Mhaske enlightened the students about polymers and their uses in industry. There were amazing, beautiful and magical experiments. Some of them were, The Snake Skin, Cloud Formation, Elephant Toothpaste, Smoke Cloud, Fake Blood, Boo Bubbles, and many more.



RSP Rally

RSP students of St Joseph’s High School and St. Stanislaus High School assembled on the front ground at 09:30 A.M. The Mumbai Police who helped with the rally arrived and the flag hoisting was done by our Vice Principal Fr. Malcolm. After the RSP oath, the Band boys started moving for the rally followed by the squad.

At 11.00 A.M the students returned back from the rally to the school. The Road Safety Awareness message was conveyed to the people on Hill Road. The Snacks were given to the students and we started with our programme in the school hall.

PSI Paradkar addressed our students regarding Road safety Awareness by giving them various examples. PSI Vinod Vichare gave messages of Road Safety through some video clips. The programme ended with the National Anthem.

Tr. Cindrella D’mello


St. Stanislaus wins MSSA U-14 Hockey

St Stanislaus (Bandra) beat Don Bosco 'A' (Matunga) 4-2 via shootout to emerge winners in the Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA)-organised St Andrew's Challenge Shield league-cum-knockout U-14 boys hockey final at the Naigaon Police Ground in Parel on Saturday. The game headed for a shootout after the score read 0-0 at the end of regulation time. In the tie-breaker, Shayne D'Costa, Adrian Kadam, Sean Gonsalves and Aaron D'Costa scored for Stanislaus. However, among the Bosco boys, only Atharva Bandekar and Aryan Pagare succeeded in beating Stanislaus goalkeeper Gavin Pereira.


Christmas at St.Stanislaus

Christmas The most wonderful time of the year was celebrated in our school with a lot of cheer, joy and good-will. The festival had a deeper meaning as Stanislites shared their gifts with the students of St. Xavier’s High School, Manmad. Various competitions held at the class level enthused our students to decorate the Christmas tree, the holly wreath, the star and the crib.

At St Stanislaus School, on 21st December 2017, the programme in the auditorium began with a Christmas Play – “Christmas – a new beginning” with a strong message…

“It’s not Christmas, but Christ

Not merriment, but the Messiah

Not good-will, but God

Not presents, but His Presence

That can make every day, Christmas!!!! “

Later the excitement built up with the special appearance of Santa as he conducted an X-Mas Quiz. Students were gifted with a T-shirt and a packet of Cocoa Cotton Candy each. Christmas carols sung by our choir sounded like the angels singing from above. If we keep our hearts open and sensitive to the needs of others, we will be truly blessed in many measures.

That is the promise of Christmas.


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