Mr. Nathael Gaurea
I have been teaching for the past 25 years, as I look back… I still remember the joy and satisfaction I received when I began teaching at the Sunday School Classes in church. It was more like I was drawn towards this career by our very own ‘Teacher’- Jesus.
I live and follow a simple motto – ‘Enjoy whatever you do’
As I teach Marathi, I am constantly looking for ways and methods to make my lessons interesting and fun.I hope that someday I can write my own books and can simplify the language so it becomes easier for all to learn.
I wish that the students learn the language and can in turn help the underprivileged and tribals of the state.
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 since 2005. It has been an honour to serve the institution and to promote its motto of “Gaudium in Veritate” by spreading the Joy in Truth.
Becoming a teacher lets you impart life lessons they will never forget and puts you in a position to influence the child’s decisions, behaviours, strengths, weaknesses and imagination. Becoming a teacher lets you take part in shaping the next generation. I enjoy teaching as it is a source of my energy and enthusiasm.
I aim at helping my students learn better communication, soft skills, intra personal skill, develop a sense of self-esteem and Self-worth.
My aim for the institution is to create leadership skills, foster qualities of co-operation, tolerance and dedication.
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)
I have selected teaching as my profession because I love children. When I am surrounded by them, I feel tremendous satisfaction. I think that the progress of any country depends on education. The children are the future citizens of our country and I am happy that I am a part of their life. My teaching subject is Hindi which is our national language and I feel that we, Indian should be very proud of our national language and we should respect it. People think that Hindi is a little difficult but it depends on the way you teach them.Now the students take interest in learning Hindi. There are many students who have shown tremendous interest in Hindi after encouragement and improved the result as well.
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 greatest joy, privilege and honour. My aim as a teacher is to enable my students to be able to learn with passion and enthusiasm; all while facilitating them to become the best version of themselves. I wish to continue to learn and grow in my professional and personal self so that I can help pave the way for my flourishing students. Campion has been the wind beneath my wings. I am truly fortunate to have found my second home in Campion. My colleagues and my students are what make this less of a job and more a vocation.
Ms. Shylon D’Souza
I have been teaching in Campion for the last two years. I opted to become a teacher because of the pure love for children, passion for teaching and definitely to make a difference in the young minds. The main motto is to encourage, think and create curiosity in young minds. The main aim is to impart knowledge and create a holistic development in every child. The main goal as Campion teacher is to enhance quality learning, working for the benefit of the whole community and improving and maintaining their well – being. Perceiving myself as a teacher in future by professional growth, thirst for deep content knowledge, different instructional strategies in learning and development of children.
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 Mumbai University, Kalina in Mathematics and developed a liking for Pure Mathematics. That’s when I decided to be a Mathematics teacher. I completed my B.Ed from St. Xavier’s Institute of Education.
I love Mathematics for the logical nature of the subject and I believe that it cannot be completely understood and enjoyed with merely practising the steps of solving and ignoring the concept. Therefore, I strive to explain the concepts to my students and try my best to help students love Mathematics the way my teachers helped me.
Physics is a subject that is considered difficult by the students but it is applicable to literally everything around us and that’s what I try to make my students realise and enjoy the beauty of the subject.
The resilience that Mathematics and Physics have as subjects is something that I would like to inculcate in my students as a teacher of Mathematics and Physics.
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 and I can’t think of any job as important to society as teaching.
My motto as a teacher:
- In every lesson give yourself the opportunity to learn from the class in the same way that they learn from you.
Aim and Ambition as a Teacher:
My and ambition as a teacher is to
- Bring happiness, joy and understanding in the lives of my students.
- To make a positive difference in my students life by instilling in them values and knowledge.
- To encourage my students to have an opinion and perspective of their own.
How I perceive myself as a Teacher in the future:
I love this job! Hopefully I will become a great teacher over the years, someone the students will remember in good means, like someone who had a good impact on them.
Your goal for Campion School as a Teacher:
My goal for Campion School as a teacher would be to
- Instill Positive Action principles into students’ cognitive, affective and behavioral learning domains.
- To develop well-rounded students: including physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally.
- To promote good mental health in students
Ms. Jennifer Fernandes
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 academic capacities, belongs and contributes to the making of a thriving, wonderful world. And each one significantly, holds a very special place in the hearts of their teachers. I aim to create, through the medium of education, a society of fearless, empathetic, confident minds that do not get rattled by numbers and competition, but choose to grow each day and never stop learning.
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.
I see myself, first as a lifelong learner and then as an educator who will be well equipped to train her pupils to face the challenges of life.As a teacher at Campion School,my goal is to join in the common mission of creating,thinking and compassionate individuals who will make valuable contributions to the society.
My motto as a teacher is to ‘Never ever give up on a single child !
Ms. Shalom Fernandes
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
– Nelson Mandela
As a teacher, I aim to perpetuate knowledge and inspire learning. Students are at the center of my lesson planning process. I strongly believe in the quote above, that education can bring about change in the world we live in. I feel that a teacher has the opportunity to make a lasting difference in the life of a child, and that is something I aspire to. I have always wanted to do my bit to give something back to society, and that is why I hold the teaching profession close to my heart. I feel that if I can make a difference even in the life of a single student, I have achieved something. I feel that a classroom provides many unique and dynamic opportunities every single day and I find that very appealing.
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.
Coming from a family of Teacher’s, I decided to try that profile, and well who knew during the course itself I would be offered a job here at Campion selected by the most loved former principal Mr.Paul Machado. I never knew this so called untold profession in my fate would be the most loved and right decision I had made.
So, here I am, as a Teacher still at my first job giving my best and trying to live up to my boys expectations ans loving each day amongst them.
Motto as a Teacher:
‘Every child deserves a champion—an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be.’
– Rita Pierson
If you read this Motto, it is very simple but it withholds power that can transform a child from being an average student to an extra ordinary student and we at Campion strive to work on that.
That is my Motto, I strive to make them analyze because thinking is what all do.
I make them apply because understanding is what all do and overall I make them create because learning is what all do.
Aim- To build a society of sincere, smart and sensitive individuals.
Ambition- To transform our boys into whom we call ‘someone to become huge.
How I perceive myself as a Teacher in the future:
Not a teacher but a facilitator, friend, and guide.
I perceive myself to be that teacher who my boys can walk up to and ask anything, share anything and talk anything.
Together with them we will explore those wonders that maybe never even was known.
They will grow, as men of honor who will transform everyone’s thinking.
I see myself as a technological, professional grown individual to help my boys grow in a more concise and precise manner.
Goal for Campion School as a Teacher:
Campion school being the best always will continue to remain so. But together including all various professions we can soar to heights never thought possible before.
My goal for Campion is to evolve into a school which makes headlines for every successful path it chooses and reach a stage where all look up to it as a school reaching new dimensions.
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 them enhance their learning experiences and help them retain matter learnt with ease.
To me, each of my students is special and I aim to know them better. As an English and Social studies teacher, I enjoy having fruitful conversations with my students on topics and subjects that are important and relevant to them, thus enabling me to understand their feelings and their perception of the world around them.
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 was a child. I truly believe that one small act of kindness can change the world. Life has been a great teacher to me and being a part of our parish outreach program has helped me discover my passion for this profession. As a teacher, I truly believe that each child is a God’s gift, unique and different. I believe I have been bestowed with the gift to mould young and creative minds.
With the rapidly changing and unprecedented times that we are currently living in, my role as a teacher has changed immensely. My aim as a teacher is to impart values and life skills to my students by providing them with enriching experiences, fostering their creativity and providing a safe space for them to acknowledge differences. I like to maintain a relationship of love and respect with my students. It is truly an ecstatic feeling of nurturing my students and watching them transform into young men of competence, conscience and of great character.
Campion has been an answered prayer for me and as a teacher, I would like to shower my students with virtues that would last a lifetime, to teach them to stand with the marginalized, to believe in themselves, to be innovative, creative and to follow the Campion Crest “ JOY IN TRUTH.”