The Secondary Sports Festival was held on the 29th & 30th October 2010. It was a day of colours with the colours of the flags flying high. It was a day full of spirit and festivity. The chief guest of the day, Fr. Bosco Pereira informed the students that it was a sports festival and not a competition and that one and all should be able to enjoy the day without really competing with each other. It was a day meant for all the students to participate and enjoy themselves.

Fr. Bosco Pereira the chief guest receiving the floral tribute

The march past by the students of the various classes

Lighting the torch by Fr. Godfrey D'Souza the Rector

The drill display by the VII, VIII & IX students

Release of the balloons by the chief guest

Let the games begin

Kho-kho on the run

Square ball

Basket ball

Fun games

The more we are together the merrier we will be !!!

The finals of the tug-of-war

A colourful sight Red House

The Yellow House

The staff item....blow the balloon

The winners take it ALL

An African dance by the X standard students

Some of the winners, the Yellow House

The Blue House

The Green House

The Red House

All good things come to an end
Fr. Rector closing the day

The Championship Trophy


The Primary Teachers had a farewell for Mrs. Dorothy Dias, the Supervisor of the Primary on the 27 October 2010. Mrs. Dorothy served in the Institution of St. Dominic Savio for over 25 years as a teacher and then as a Supervisor. She was a gentle lady who was soft spoken and touched the lives of many a youngster in her care as teacher and supervisor.

The various classes expressed their appreciation and gratitude to Mrs. Dorothy by presenting hand made cards, bouquets of flowers and their BIG smiles.

At 12 noon the staff of the primary together with the Salesians met in the Rector's office to felicitate and thank Mrs. Dorothy. Marina Rangel read the address on behalf of the staff and then they sang a song to express their gratitude.

Teacher Marian reading out the address of thanks and appreciation

The teachers with a song that they composed

Fr. Godfrey D'Souza in his thoughts said that Mrs. Dorothy was a soft spoken lady who reached out to many a youngster during her time as teacher and supervisor. She was gentle and humble and was loved by one and all. There certainly were many who felt sad and shed a tear or two.

The staff with the Rector and Principal at the farewell of Mrs. Dorothy Dias

With the Salesian management