Ms. Dorothy Dias
Junior School Coordinator
Looking back …Looking forward
Looking back I see the vivid memories of being at the threshold of life, a teenager with no clear career path to follow. This is an ever changing world that offers new and
Mr. Sunny Rodrigues
Music Teacher & Jr. School Activity Coordinator
Having been in this vocation for more than three decades, Music has now become an integral part of my life. Music to me is Passion first, Profession next.
Mr. Adrian Fernandes
I love teaching kids. Physical education is an important class for students, because it teaches them the value of staying active.
I teach the students the importance of teamwork, strengthen their social skills and help to improve their focus and maximise their abilities in the classroom.
Mr. Agnel Das
My motto, ‘ Exercise and recreation are as necessary as reading’
As I teach physical education, I believe that it is rather more essential than any other subject.
My aim is to develop physical competence and knowledge. To encourage students to develop a healthy and active lifestyle.
Ms. Shilpa Welkar
After completing my post-graduation from J. J. School of Art and having had over 25 years of experience as a professional artist, and almost 12 years of teaching, I owe it all to my Teachers. I chose to follow their footsteps, so I can share the knowledge that was once given to me.
Ms. Deanne Fernandes
Teaching is a noble profession. Children are the innocent minds that help spread love, laughter, cheerfulness and kindness. There is no better way to learn and share these Ignatian values other than being around children. Being in a Jesuits institution teaches me to bring out these values
Ms. Margaret Cardoz
It was way back in the year 2012 when my little niece turned two that I found myself questioning what I was really doing with my life ahead. Here was a little child with delayed milestones and
Ms. Jennifer Rodrigues
As a young graduate, I like many others of my age, was drawn towards the corporate world. However, I knew I was called to serve society, and so I followed in my mother’s footsteps, and became a qualified teacher!
Ms. Sabita Carvalho
Teaching is not a profession; it is a vocation. I got my call way back when I was a teenager, since then I never looked back. I must say , my mother played a big role in me becoming a teacher.The impact she had on my life reflects in the way I deal with my students. It is always less about myself and more about
Ms. Threasa D’Silva
As a child, I always dreamed of becoming a teacher as I love the company of children.
My motto as a teacher is, sharing knowledge, as I believe that there is nothing better than sharing. I try to teach my students to be independent and make the art and craft lessons as enjoyable as possible. I try to reach out to
Ms. Megha Jindal
I’ve been teaching at Campion School since 2007 and it’s been a wonderful experience. Dealing with young and brilliant minds everyday gives me incredible joy.
Sharing my expertise and passion, encouraging children to
Ms. Sharmila Mishra
I have been teaching Hindi in Campion School, ICSE, for the past Eight years. I always wanted to be an educator right from my school days. I taught my younger siblings, that’s when I was attracted towards teaching .
Ms. Pooja Dubey
My work is a reflection of my love towards little children. I have always been intrigued to teach and learn more about these young minds.
My motto as a teacher is to enrich the creativity and zest for learning more and reaching a goal. I work for the all
Ms. Persis Mistry
I am a proud student of Meher and Nosherwan Jehangir, under whose guidance I completed all my grade examinations in Speech and Drama and an “Advanced Performer’s Certificate” from the Trinity College, London, exam board. From a young age, I enjoyed performing and
Ms. Bernice D’Lima
Music has always been my passion and teaching is a way of sharing this God gifted talent.I have been imparting my knowledge , be it in the field of academics or music since I was 15.
Ms. Shruti Gala
Being surrounded by young & imaginative minds brings the kind of vibrancy which no other profession can. Moreover, there is nothing more satisfying than helping young minds reach their full potential.
Ms. Ballerinia Pinto
A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind and touches a heart forever. As a teacher, I believe every student has the potential which is unique and special to the world. To me, teaching means to touch lives forever. There is learning, healing, laughter, caring, and sharing every day in the
Ms. Samantha DeMenezes
To me, children are the future. What we do today will have an impact on tomorrow!
I believe that love can change anything and hence my motto,‘Educate children to love and the rest will follow’
Ms. Analisa Alphonso
The intriguing world of mind and behaviour always held an enigma for me. Understanding the different ways in which each individual learns and thinks has always been a passion. I like to read, research and try different techniques and therapies which have been introduced and used successfully.
Ms. Pearl Fernandes
”The best teachers teach from the heart, not from the book.”
I believe in creating a safe space where my students can express themselves which in turn will develop their confidence and inculcate a feeling of self-worth. I persevere to know more about my students’ interests, strengths and weaknesses. Little
Ms. Juliet D’Souza
I have a Masters in Clinical Counselling Psychology from SNDT University (Mumbai), I have a Diploma in School Counselling and SLD. I have been trained in Metaphor Therapy, Play Therapy, CBT and Clinical Hypnotherapy. I specialise in Children and Family. I have over a decade of
Ms Margaret Gonsalves
I have been teaching Marathi for the past 16 years. I was working as the language coordinator in my previous school and have a good experience of developing Marathi language of non-native speakers.
Ms. Sarita Kinny
“The influence of a good teacher can never be erased” A teacher effects eternity and hence to train young minds to attain excellence and to make them better future citizens, I chose teaching as a profession.
Ms. Neha Vaz
Nothing makes a teacher prouder than seeing their students succeed’ knowing they have helped give kids the skills they need for the future.
Though my part towards education started early on in my
Ms. Fleurette Fernandes
“I believe that education is the foundation of success and is a life long learning process”Teaching is a noble profession. Dealing with innocent and pure minds who help me to see the world in a positive direction.