Ms. Jennifer Fernandes
Middle School Coordinator
Teaching is not a professional decision I made, but a calling I answered to.
My purpose of becoming a teacher was, and still remains, an unquenchable quest to make students believe that they are unique gifts to the world. Each one, irrespective of their
Ms. Nisha Susan Mathews
I realised my passion for teaching at a very young age when I was given a chance to mentor a group of classmates in Grade 10. From then to now, what keeps me ticking is the fact that I have been able to make a difference in other people’s lives.
Ms. Jyoti Mishra
“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow. ” – Anthony J. D’Angelo
Hi, I Jyoti Mishra, am proud to be a part of Campion School.
It is a delight to have been a part of this prestigious institution
Ms. Gyzel Rodrigues
Becoming a teacher was not destined.
It was fate! After clearing UPSC in my stream I somewhat couldn’t adjust to the work profile and hence thought of choosing a different path.
Ms. Swati Chawla
TEACHING EXPERIENCE : 21 Years
INTERESTS: Poetry / script writing, Drama direction, to organise poetry and debate competitions, Guidance and counseling (I feel students feel a motherly touch with me that’s why they share their feelings with me)
Ms. Sapphire Fernandes
“Teach the way you’d want to be taught.”
I strongly believe that each student learns best when he actively participates in his own learning. Hence, I always strive to engage my students in playful learning activities that will help
Ms. Melinda Fernandes
“To teach is to touch a life forever“
I have been a witness to this motto and hope that my students, too, experience the same. Teaching wasn’t my initial idea of a lifelong career however God had his plans for me and I found myself drawn to this profession. I, now, consider it to be my
Ms. Kelly Gracias
Motto: “Inspire and Believe” Strive to do your best, no matter what they do. Teach them to be kind and different from the rest.
LOVE, KINDNESS AND MY SMILE has been my strength since I
Ms. Shweta Carneiro
I found my passion for Mathematics in Class 9 when my teacher encouraged me to write proofs of theorems on my own rather than referring to the books directly. I pursued my graduation from St. Xaviers College, Mumbai and post-graduation from
Ms Seetal Tuscano
Children are the Architects of the world’s future. The classroom presents the students with an environment not just to learn subjects, but also to learn to interact, collaborate, listen, understand, observe, communicate, thus teaching all the skills necessary for the student’s future.
Ms. Shannen D’Souza
Why I chose teaching: I want to be able to help children grow and blossom while on their educational journey. I also wanted to become a teacher because I know how important my teachers where for me. I know they played a very important role in my life, and encouraged me to reach my full potential
Mr. Cyrus Pereira
” Knowledge without practice is useless. Practice without knowledge is dangerous” – Confucius
I believe that knowledge without application is useless. I challenge my students and thereby help them to grow and discover themselves.
Ms. Beverley D’Souza
After my Bachelor’s degree from St Xavier’s College and Masters through SNDT , I explored the corporate world, Public speaking and Hospitality industry for a year.
I soon realised that I was happiest and most comfortable when surrounded by children.