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Dussehra    Joy of Giving    Annual Day    Teachers Day    Janmashtami & Founders Day    Independence Day    Raksha Bandhan    Tree Plantation Day    Republic Day    Farewell    Christmas 2013    Community Lunch 2013    Annual Sports Meet 2013    Talent show (Std.i – Std.iv)    The English Recitation Competition    Extempore Competition    Monsoon Mania    Summer Camp    Wealth from Waste    Spell Bee and What’s the Good Word    Exhibition    Trinitys’ Budding Masterchefs

Events

      • Around the world in 120 days!

        Proud recipients of Clap Talk certification for being Ambassadors Of Cultural Diversity

      • Exhibition

        The Annual Exhibition of Trinity International School, held on 31st January 2018 was the culmination of the students’ innovative ideas, inquisitiveness and perseverance. The day stood proof to the synergized efforts of the students and teachers. The projects gave opportunities to students to delve deep into and investigate concepts and present their interpretation of the same. The exhibition consisted of both academic as well as non-academic projects. The projects on display ranged from language games in English, working models in science and various models in social sciences. Projects that won prizes at inter school competitions were also on display, namely, the digital technology project on STEAM education which won second prize at MISA-Synergy and Eco-Friendly Festive Decor Project which won the first prize at St. Teresa College of Education.
        The art and craft section was a testimony of the young minds’ blossoming imagination as well as their interpretation of their immediate world. The Eco-Club which conducts activities throughout the year displayed the various projects undertaken: Eco-friendly Ganpati, E-Waste Upcycling, Eco-Friendly pens to name a few.
        Children from ‘Sparsh’ – an NGO working for street kids – were the special guests for the day. The students were happy to share their knowledge with the guests. Parents were not only happy but also proud to see the quantum of work put in by their wards during the course of the academic year.

      • Clap Talk-MARETA TANA- SAMOA

        The mention of the country ‘Samoa’ evoked a sense of curiosity and wonder in pupils as it was not a place that was too well known to Indians. That it was an island sparked off a wave of inquisitive questions from the students. Mareta thus got off to a flying start introducing herself as an architect in the making working with an urban planning company. She spoke about her involvement with youth groups in her city and encouraged youngsters to get involved in the working of society. Conversation flowed easily as questions flew in both directions. On the topic of position of women in their country she answered that young women were taking on roles of leaders citing the example of their current Prime Minister. Mareta also stressed upon the imperative need to keep the environment clean which she felt was an area in which India really needed to work hard. Moving on to lighter topics she talked about various dance forms of Samoa. All in all it proved to be a fun and interactive session where both parties walked away greatly enriched by all the knowledge they had amassed.

      • Clap Talk-Scott – Australia

        Sociable, curious and passionate is how Scott described himself. He immediately got the attention of the students of class 7 when he mentioned that he was currently working with an NGO in India which has dedicated itself to the cause of planting more trees in our country. Students were spellbound to see the beautiful places in Australia. Scott added that he was equally taken in by the old buildings of Mumbai. When asked about his experiences in Mumbai, a visibly shaken Scott recounted the first time he had seen the crowds in Mumbai local trains. Food and cricket proved to be the common ground that drew the most boisterous conversation going. Scott left the students with a thought that was his life mantra — If you want to do something in life just go ahead and do it!

      • Clap Talk-Liliia Shakirova-Russia

        Students of grade 6 and Liliia from Russia bonded over Bollywood and food. Liliia’s cheerfulness and pleasant personality made it easy for the students to connect with her. She shared anecdotes from her childhood which the students could easily relate. They were amazed to know that she was a sportsperson and played various sports basketball being her favourite. She spoke about the long friendship between India and Russia and how both countries have been helping each other in various spheres. The talk then moved onto challenges they face due to the harsh weather conditions in Russia. Next our students tried their hand at learning few words and phrases in the Russian language.
        The best part of the session was when she shared her love for Indian dance forms and the students were astounded when they saw her performing ‘Bhangra’ and Kathak gracefully. She was touched when the students sang a song from the latest Bollywood movie, dedicating it to her. Students then recommended the different places in Mumbai she could visit to experience the true essence of their city.

      • Clap Talk-Estanfe – Columbia

        Eatanfe, a kindergarten teacher from Columbia, South America, visited Trinity International School for an interactive session with grade 5. The students were amazed to know that chocolate originated in her country. She spoke at length about the cultural and natural wonders of her country.
        She shared about her unending amazement India inspires and that she was travelling to India for the second time to explore more. She added that she was concerned about the cleanliness of our country. She motivated the students that they could be the agents of change. She also taught them some words in Spanish like ‘ciao’ and ‘Adios’.The session ended with spot gifts and selfie photo session.

      • Clap Talk- David Chen – Australia

        David Chen from Australia proved to be every bit a traveler at heart. All of 22 years and pursuing an engineering degree in Australia, he found it easier to connect with the pupils. He believed that one should break the monotony of life once in a while and travel to different countries every year. The breathtaking pictures of Australia had the students riveted and hanging onto every word he spoke. He patiently highlighted every aspect of his country amidst all the questions the students posed. Students asked him about his visit to India and how he liked it. To this he answered saying that the one thing that stands out about India is its multiculturalism which is also seen in Australia to some extent.

      • Talent Show- Std I to IV

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        Pablo Picasso said, “Every child is an artist. Trinity International School’s Talent Show, provided the canvas to its young starlings to be filled with colours of their potentials and talents. The result therefore was there for all to see as the resounding success of the event spoke for itself.
        The day began on a devotional note as the school choir led the audience in prayer which was followed by a dance offering to seek the blessings of the Almighty. The budding dancers enthralled the audience with their moves and flexibility. The Halloween dance drama brought the audience to the edge of their seats as young performers presented the different aspects of this unique festival onstage. The auditorium was filled with cheerful notes as the students of upper primary tapped to rhythmic music. Their dance traced the journey of a student depicting the importance and significance of every stage of student life in terms of how it moulds the character and personality of a student. Another scintillating performance encapsulated the life and struggles of a sportsman. Students enacted a skit in Hindi conveying the pertinent message of saving and conserving water. The young performers brought the world to the stage when they performed ‘Salsa’ and ‘Freestyle dancing’. The academic achievers of the previous academic year were acknowledged and felicitated with awards and certificates by the Ex-Officio Secretary, Mrs Vinita D’Souza. The event came to an end with vote of thanks by the Head Master Mr Ajit Gaykar. This Talent Show proved to be an enormous platform for the students to discover their skills, enhance their morale and encourage them to take confident steps into the future.

      • Talent Show- Pre-Primary

        The tiny tots of the Pre-Primary section of Trinity International School captivated the audience with their innocence and spontaneity on the occasion of The Annual Talent Show.
        Excitement and anticipation filled the school auditorium as the parents waited for their little ones to take over the stage. The day began on a holy and musical note by seeking blessings from the Almighty. This was followed by an array of glittering and sensational performances like dance drama and action songs. The audience was exhilarated and astonished by the performances of the students. The auditorium reverberated with applause after every act. In order to motivate and encourage the students, Certificate of Participation was awarded to each and every performer.
        The Ex-Officio Secretary Mrs. Vinita D’souza addressed the parents and updated them with the achievements of the students in various domains. The Head Teacher of Pre-Primary Section, Mrs Meena Lamba, proposed the vote of thanks. The latent talents and skills of the students were recognized through this event.

      • Sports Day

        “The moment of victory is much too short to live for that and nothing else,” said Martina Navratilova. Apart from commemorating victories, sports meets also aim at imparting lessons of sportsmanship and camaraderie. Annual Sports Day of Trinity International School was celebrated on 29th November, 2017 amidst great mirth and verve . The zealous parents gathered in large numbers to motivate and applaud the athletes.
        The day began by seeking the blessings of the Almighty. This was followed by March past of the four houses. The contingents were led by the Head Boy Rohit Patel proudly bearing the school flag. The Sports Day oath was administered by the head girl Ms Rhea Menon after which the sports day was declared open by the Head Master Mr Ajit Gaykar.
        The tiny tots of pre-primary stole the audience’s heart when they rollicked to the tunes of ‘Wakka Wakka’. The students of lower primary showcased their agility and flexibility through a Mass PT drill. The students of upper primary used ‘hulla hoops’ to stretch their muscles and show case their litheness and coordination. Yoga is an integral part of the physical education and the students’ flexibility and dexterity was displayed as they performed the challenging yoga asanas. The ground was full of enthusiasm and vibrant energy when the girls of secondary section danced rhythmically.They showcased how aerobics can be fun way of exercise. The students of upper secondary showcased their deftness and synchronization when they performed the dance of the soil; Lezim.
        The various track races started after the display events. The races started with the pre-primary students who had ‘shopping’,’ beading the beads’ and ‘building blocks’ race. The students of primary enthusiastically participated in the various races like the ‘hurdle’, ‘book balancing’, ‘threading the needle’ to name a few. The secondary students competed in the true spirit of sportsmanship when they participated in the various races like ‘discus throw’, ‘short put’, ‘relay race’ etc. The parents too had fun when they participated in the musical chair race. There was a race for the teachers too.
        The winners were awarded with certificates and medals for their excellent performances. Swara Wairkar from standard seven was declared the best girl athlete where as Rohit Patel from class ten was declared the best boy athlete. The Yellow House was declared as the best house for its overall performance.
        Holistic development comes about when students participate in all the activities. This sports day was a great opportunity for students to identify their strengths.

      • Trinity Premier League

        Aristotle said, ‘Education is the creation of a sound mind in a sound body’. While Trinity International School has always been at the forefront when it comes to providing the best opportunities and facilities to its pupils in the field of sports, the Trinity Premier League was a class apart. This Interschool Table Tennis Competition, a maiden venture by our school, was an initiative by the Management. It was planned to perfection by the Principal, Mrs. Vinita D’souza, conceptualized by the coach Mr. Vikesh Mohite and executed with clockwork precision by the entire staff of Trinity International School. The day began with an Inaugural ceremony. The Principal welcomed the audience which comprised participants, parents and teachers and then went on to inaugurate the competition. What followed was an astounding display of sporting skills, healthy competition and of course an unflinching love and passion for the game. A total of 16 schools participated in the competition with over 113 participants. The competition was divided into four categories – namely the Under – 10, Under – 12, Under – 14 and Under – 16 for girls and boys. While each individual match had a nail biting finish, the ultimate winner proved to be the team. Rustomjee Cambridge School bagged the Overall Champions trophy while Mount Litera School and LRSM Vissanji Academy secured the 2nd and 3rd positions respectively. The day ended with a glittering prize distribution ceremony where the winners were cheered heartily by the parents and teachers. All participants went back inspired to better their performances and achieve newer milestones.

      • International School Award 2017-2020

        Trinity International School was the proud recipient of the International School Award. The Principal Mrs. Vinita D’souza and the ISA co-ordinator Mrs. Bharathy Shree were awarded the trophy and plaque in a glittering ceremony held at Hotel Santacruz on 17th November, 2017. The entire team of ISA was felicitated during the Annual Day function on November 18th, 2017.

  • Clap Talk- Amanda Torres-Brazil

    Clap Talks have made the students of grade 6 inquisitive and excited about learning words in a new language. Recently ‘ obrigado’ (thank you) was added to their vocabulary when Amanda Torres from Brazil visited Trinity International School. She spoke about the ‘lungs of Earth’ – the Amazon rainforest and the students were astounded to know about the varied wildlife found in South America. It was a lively interaction as they exchanged ideas and cultural nuances. The one thing that ignited a joyful camaraderie in the room was the mention of football. Amanda regaled her young audience with information about the vibrant festivals of Brazil. The day’s excitement was captured in a picture when the traveller took a selfie with the students.

  • Clap Global – Hanneli Slabber’s- South Africa

    Hanneli Slabber’s Clap Talk with Grade 8 proved to be a game changer of sorts as all stereotypical perceptions of South Africa were challenged with every bit of information she presented to the students. She proudly mentioned that the constitution of her country was very transparent, free, fair and kind to children and was greatly inspired by India.’ Leave better children for our Earth’ – this message made a huge impact in the minds of students as she presented to them projects pioneered by 12-15 year olds in South Africa namely ‘Skip the Straw’ , ‘What Where How’ among others. “It’s time to rewrite the message of “Leave a better Earth for our children” she reiterated. Hanneli also emphasized upon the idea that students should never underestimate their power to change things. That Johannesburg followed the precept of two ‘trees for one person’ was probably the most hard-hitting information gained from the talk. The session ended with Hanneli convincing the students to make their learning meaningful.

  • Clap Global – Vincent Lepine – New Caledonia

    Vincent Lepine’s session with Grade 6 students began with a very important message- ‘Respect nature and follow its rhythm’ which also happens to be the life mantra of the people of New Caledonia from where he belongs. With a population of 300,000 and a large expanse of beaches and forests, New Caledonia immediately featured on the topmost rung of the list of must-visit places of harrowed Mumbaikars. That the flag depicted the symbols, colours, climate and the geographical landscape of the country was an interesting piece of information as was the fact that people there spent more time outdoors than indoors. Love for music was what Vincent was the common thread between India and his country and he loved the warmth of the people here. He also showed students a miniature stone sculpture which people in his country made as a remembrance of their loved ones who had passed away. Vincent was very happy to answer the barrage of questions that came his way from students.

  • Clap Global-Roman Sulla – Russia

    When Roman Sulla from St. Petersburg, Russia, began his session with the statement that it was -100 C in Russia in December and that it could go upto -340 C, he immediately had the attention of the entire grade 5 students. What followed was an interactive and fun session where Roman regaled students with the current situation in Russia and tales and myths from his land. Students learnt many interesting things like – part of Russia lies in Europe and part in Asia; Christmas is celebrated on January 7th in Russia and that they had their own version of Santa Claus called as Father Frost ( ‘Ded Moroz’ in Russia). Roman also talked about being passionate about whatever one does in his or her life and that it would help you find a way no matter what the situation. “Environment is not something we consciously think about”, he said, “because in Russia it was each one’s responsibility to keep the environment clean if they wished to live a comfortable life.” Our students also performed a dance on a Russian song which was traditionally performed around a Christmas tree. Roman, who was accompanied by his wife, Marina, ended the session by presenting a souvenir to the school which was a book of Russian tales and myths by Alexander Pushkin. It was indeed a memorable experience for the students.

  • Clap Global-Tenzin Tundue-Tibet

    Tenzin Tundue’s coming to Trinity International School was what could be called a life changing experience for many. He came, he spoke and he conquered the hearts, minds and souls of the students. His refugee status did not bother him, if anything it gave that razor edge to the message he wished to convey-the message of peace love and compassion. Students sat riveted to every word he spoke – be it the tales of the yak or his experiences as a prisoner in Tibet. Tenzin also sang a song which he used to sing in the prison for the other inmates leaving the entire audience teary-eyed. He paid the greatest tribute to India when he acknowledged that Gandhiji and his teachings has had the most profound impact on his life and that although he has been all around the world for him India is the only home he knows. The most powerful message he sent across that Tibetans looked up to India as the ‘guru’ of spiritualism and had the power to lead the world through spiritual leadership. Students were reeling under the impact of every word he spoke and when he said that, “I chose to fight for freedom with my pen,” the spontaneous applause refused to die down. That day Tenzin emerged as a role model for the students not for his profile as an activist or a poet but he embodied timeless values of simplicity, humility, resilience, compassion and the upper most of all – undying, unfettered love for one’s motherland – even when living far away from it.

  • Clap Global- Natasha Francoise Berger- Philippines

    Students were astounded to know that Natasha Francoise Berger is just eighteen years old. She hit it off instantly with the students as she shared the cultural and current details of Philippines. She proudly shared about the geographical wonders of her country. She also drew similarities between her country and India in terms of climate, population and food habits. Students were amazed to see a mode of transport used in Philippines that closely resembled the local ‘autorickshaw’. The students were completely riveted when she started speaking about the turbulent political history of her country and how people are trying to bring about a change.

  • Clap Global – Ian Kimani -Kenya

    Students of grade six were in for yet another exciting journey to another part of the world. Ian Kimani from Kenya spoke to the students enthusiastically about his country. He exposed the students to the culture, tradition, political history and current affairs of his country. He showed the students various symbols of his country namely the flag and currency.
    The Clap Talk ended with an interactive question and answer session where both students and Ian could widen their views of about each other’s country.

  • Clap Global – Yara Khalil -Egypt

    Yara Khalil brought with her a sense of mystery and history which characterizes Egypt when she visited Trinity International School. She enlightened the students about Egypt. She spoke about her love for books, food and her friends. She shared her views about India. It was an interactive session as the students asked many questions. The students were excited to teach Yara a few sentences in Hindi. Yara was a genuine and warm person which was evident through her interaction with the students. In the words of one of the students, “This session was undoubtedly our favourite!”

  • Clap Global – Tim Newmann -Germany

    22 year old Tim Newmann from Germany struck a chord with the students of grade five, nine and ten instantly. The session was informative as he shared about the geographical features, historical events and current affairs of his country. Tim shared about some of the mouthwatering dishes of his country. The students were astounded to know that German language has four extra letters in their alphabet. The highlight of the day was when Tim shared his hilarious first experience in India. The session ended with an interactive question answer session which gave more insight into both cultures.

  • Clap Global- Andrez Gonalez -Mexico

    Andrez Gonalez brought a piece of Mexico with him to Trinity International School. The students got to know about the various tribes of Mexico and how their roots were in Spain. The students had some tongue twisters as they tried to speak a few words in Spanish. He emphasized the significance of starting young. Andrez answered the students’ inquisitive questions. One of the most enriching and proud moment was when he announced that India has taught him the value of money and hardwork.

  • Clap Global – Gaji Ona -Nigeria

    Gaji Ona from Nigeria made an instant connection with the students of grade five when he visited our school. He had their rapt attention from the word go. Gaji was extremely proud to share about his country’s ancient cultural heritage. He was keen that the students must gather as much knowledge as they can. He spoke about the various tribes in his country. He shared about his family, friends and village. The students couldn’t contain their excitement when he taught them some of Nigerian traditional dance moves. It was an enriching experience for the students as they got to experience Nigeria from a native’s point of view.

  • Clap Global – Liam Jean -Malaysia

    Students of class four were in for a treat when Liam Jean visited Trinity International School. She took the young minds on a fun-filled informative journey to her motherland Malaysia. Students were excited to learn about the rich vibrant culture. They got a glimpse of her life as she shared anecdotes from her childhood and school days. The students were in treat when she taught them some games which are played in her country. Liam taught students some words and phrases in her language where as the students taught her some sentences in Hindi.

  • Clap Global-Nicolas Higuera- Colombia

    When Nicolas Higuera came to Trinity International School, there was a palpable sense of excitement coupled with a sense of anticipation among students from Grade 8. Nicolas was in complete command of the session right from the word go. He connected well with the students as he spoke about his country Colombia. It proved to be not only a fun-filled and interactive session but also one where each learnt about the two cultures and discussed the current scenarios prevailing there. The clincher was when our students managed to teach Nicolas hindi words and sentences.

  • Clap Global-Eliyah Eziwhuo – Nigeria

    Students of Grade 3 and 4 warmly embraced the rich and vibrant culture of Eliyah Eziwhuo from Nigeria. Eliyah enthusiastically shared various aspects of his country ranging from geographical features to cuisine to the currency used in his country. The students were happy to learn a new game that Eliyah taught our pupils, one which is a favourite among the children of his country. Eliyah also taught our students some steps of the dance they perform in Nigeria.

  • Clap Global-Nazif Alizada’s- Afghanistan

    Nazif Alizada’s anecdotes from Afghanistan got our Grade 5 and 6 students listening with rapt attention. Given that a major part of Afghan history has been mired in the tragic annals of war and destruction, Nazif kept the tone positive and optimistic. He drew upon the rich culture of the place and students noted many common elements shared with India. It was an inspiring moment for all when Nazif shared the view that India’s unity in diversity stood as a shining example for all other countries who are looking at it as an emerging superpower. What got the students on to their feet was Nazif’s brilliant attempt at Bollywood songs.

  • Clap Global-Yasmin Giordano- Italy

    There never was a dull moment from the Yasmin Giordano began her interaction with the students from Grade & and 8. She talked about her life, family, her education and friends back in Italy and also about her work in India. Our students bombarded her with a number of questions about ranging from culture shocks she may have experienced on her visit to India, her favorite Indian cuisine to what her views had been about India before her visit and what memories she would carry back home. She also sang Italy’s national anthem for our students.It turned out that she had a favourite Bollywood number ‘Kabeera’ and as she broke into the song, students joined in and the session ended on a musical note.

  • Clap Global-Omiyale Azeez- Nigeria

    When Omiyale Azeez walked into the class of eagerly waiting 9thand 10th graders, there was an air of anticipation in the atmosphere. The session was also conducted for Grade 6. As Azeez took the pupils through the powerpoint presentation he had prepared to acquaint students with his country, Nigeria, all reluctance melted. What resulted was a vibrant session of questions and answers on both sides. The colourful dresses and rituals of Nigeria particularly fascinated the students. When Azeez got moving to some foot-tapping African music the circle was complete as students joined in and had a wonderful time.

  • Rally For Rivers

    Trinity International School was proud to be part of the initiative ‘Rally For Rivers’. The students were made aware of the urgency to conserve one of the greatest sources of life. Students were also shown a video to create awareness about conserving rivers and various activities were conducted. The students of primary classes created collages, posters and drawings whereas secondary students wrote poems, jingles and rap to convey the importance of this fast depleting reseource.
    An awareness campaign was conducted in the local community to spread the message of saving the rivers.

  • JOURNEY TO THE CORE OF THE UNIVERSE

    Trinity International School provided a unique experience to its students when it organized a space training workshop conducted by Spacetrax Education. This workshop was spread over two days for grades 5, 6 and 7 on 21st September, 2017 and for grades 8, 9 and 10 on 22nd September, 2017 respectively. The atmosphere in school was one of expectation and excitement as students were eager to know what exactly they would be doing in this workshop. This excitement was well founded as the schedule for the events lined up for them was nothing short of an exhilarating roller coaster ride.
    From informative and knowledge dispensing videos and lectures to hands-on activities, games and challenges − this workshop had it all. It was fun and challenging from the word ‘go’. The session began with a general introduction of the programme. Then it was over to Dr. Rajesh Ghangurde who enthralled the students with his in-depth knowledge about space programmes and missions. Before these activities began it was made clear to the students that the ultimate winner will be the team to reinforce idea that the success of every space mission is the result of a team effort. The first activity was telescope-making followed by treasure hunt. Each team was judged in terms of not only speed by also co-ordination. The students then made satellites using the kits that were provided to them. This was followed by building launch vehicles and rockets. Though each student was provided an individual kit, every member could only claim victory after each member from his team had completed the task. Then students were taken out into the open where they launched their rockets. A target (Mars) was predetermined and team members who were able to launch their rockets to this point were awarded maximum points. After this session it was time to test physical fitness which is of prime consequence when an astronaut sets forth on a mission. An agility test race was next in line where a numbers of obstacles were placed and each team was timed. The team that clocked the best time won.
    After this it was time to put engineering skills to test as students went on to build bridges following the parameters provided to them. The fun part followed when the bridge built by each team was tested in terms of the weight it could carry. This was done by hooking water bottles on to them. This brought the workshop to its final destination. The Eggstronaut activity wherein each team had to build a capsule with the objective of landing the astronaut safely back to Earth from Mars. Needless to say the session was a resounding success with students asking for more. The entire programme was interspersed with lectures and video sessions to break monotony. The programme ended with an award ceremony where the best team was declared and each student was awarded participation certificates. The shine on the faces of the students said it all as everyone took back wonderful memories and a great store of knowledge at the end of the day.

  • Master Chef

    Through the corridors of Trinity International School wafted the aroma of gourmet dishes as the Masterchef activity was conducted in school. The students along with teachers planned the various dishes. The students brought all the required ingredients from home. There was a plethora of dishes ranging from nachos to burgers to pizzas and panipuri. The dishes were judged by our cookery teacher Mrs. Preeti and Mrs. Khurana. The dishes like ‘The Oreo Saga’, ‘Crazy Nachos’, ‘Layers of Surprise’, Mexitos’ and ‘Cherry Blossom’ won the prices for being innovative, nutritious and scrumptious. Health and cost efficiency being the chief parameters here, the students also learnt the importance of working together as a team.

  • Joy Of Giving

    “Give, even if you have little” said Buddha.
    Keeping this sentiment in mind ‘Joy of Giving Week’ was celebrated in school. The parents opened their hearts and donated generously by way of stationery, toiletries and snacks.
    In collaboration with the EcoClub, students created various objects out of reusable materials. Primary classes made penholders and pouches using plastic bottles and old jeans.
    Secondary classes made table organisers and cupboards using carton boxes.
    Selected students represented the school when they visited various places. Some students visited ‘Sparsh’, an NGO working with street children and shared their contribution. Another group of students visited the ‘Don Bosco Shelter for Boys’ at Wadala.The students interacted with the children there and got to know how their lives are different. They played games and danced together. A student of Grade 5, Shlok Tahiliyani shared his thoughts, “They are so fast in running, none of us can defeat them.”
    The students also visited an old age home at Bandra. They shared their offerings of snacks and toiletries with the elderly. The best gift the students gave them was of their time. The students played Dumb charades with them. It was touching to see the enthusiastic child inside each old soul as they tried to guess the movie names.
    Another group of students went to St.Catherine’s-orphanage at Andheri. The young children there were excited to receive the gifts made by our students.
    This celebration of giving has inculcated a value of sharing and caring for the less privileged in the students.

  • Hindi Diwas

    ‘Hindi Diwas’ was celebrated with great enthusiasm. Various activities were arranged to commemorate the National Language.
    A selection round was conducted in all the classes to select participants for the various competitions. The students of primary took part in poetry and story recitation. An extempore competition was conducted for the middle school students where they showcased their linguistic prowess and presence of mind.
    High school students participated in a debate competition where their communication skills were displayed. There was a sense of jubilation all around The winners were announced and.

    The winners are as follows:
    Hindi Poetry and Story Recitation Std I & II  
    First: Arjun Khanduri I-A
    Second: Veda Payyambali II-A
    Third: II-A
    Hindi Poetry and Story Recitation Std III & IV  
    First: Aarshati Zodge III-A
    Second: Khushi Sharma III-B
    Third: Radha Bane IV-B
    Hindi Extempore Std VI – VII  
    First Soumi Panda VII
    Second Mesha Basin VII
    Third Hriday VII
    Hindi Debate Std VIII & IX  
    First: Red House Soumi Panda VII
      Ehshaanya Gujaran VIII
      Partha Samal VIII
      Mercita Isebell IX
      Rishikesh Giridhar IX
  • Youth Skill Day

    Youth Skill Day was observed on 15th July in order to enhance and hone the skills of the future citizens.
    The day was celebrated in school by organising a competition focussing on varied skills. The event was divided at the Primary and Secondary levels.The competition witnessed some excellent dancing, melodious singing, stand up comedy and magic tricks to name a few. There was enthusiastic participation from students.
    All the participants won points for their houses and the winners were announced.

    The winners of Youth Skill Day are as follows:
    Sub-Junior Level
    First: Andhari Vihaan
    Nadar Thiraviaraj
    III B-Blue House
    IV B -Blue House
    Junior Level
    First: Angelina Godwin III A -Green House
    Second: Pathare Dwij III A – Red House
    Middle Level
    First: Yash Bigan V – Red House
    Second: Dhalawat Vansh VI- Green House
    Senior Level
    First: Om Gupta IX – Red House
    Second: Nayak Nithya VIII- Green House
  • Investiture Ceremony

    ‘Leaders are not born but made by their experiences in life’. To inculcate the leadership skills in pupils and to help them to understand their administrative responsibilities better, Trinity International School’s Student Council for the academic year 2017-18 was inducted in a grand Investiture Ceremony.
    The Ceremony was held in the school premises and was presided over by the Principal, Mrs Vinita D’Souza and Head Master, Mr Ajit Gaykar. The parents of the student council members were invited as guests. The enthusiasm and eagerness among the students was palpable.
    The ceremony began with an address by the Prinicipal in which she emphasized upon the significance of the Student Council. This was followed with an introduction of the Head Boy, Rohit Patel, and the Head Girl, Rhea Menon which was followed by the awarding of the school’s flag and badges. Next, the four houses mistresses were introduced.
    The Blue House Captain Rishita Valecha, Green House Captain Saimanasa Muralidharan, Red House Captain Mercita Isabell and Yellow House Captain Saanvi Shelatkar received their house flags and badges with a sense of pride and determination. The newly appointed prefects and monitors from Stds. I to X were then introduced and awarded their badges.
    This was followed by administration of the oath by the Head Girl.
    The momentous ceremony ended with the rendition of the National Anthem. Smiling and jubilant, the Student Council marched ahead to shoulder the responsibilities.

  • Eco-Club

    The Eco-Club core committee induction was organized on 27th June, 2017. The core committee members representing the four groups namely:
    Eco-Warriors, School Green Corps and Green Talkers were formally inducted in a ceremony held during the school assembly. The Headmaster, Mr. Ajit Gaykar, gave away the Club badges and the ceremony was compered by the Eco-Club Co-Ordinator, Ms. Clarine Saldanha. Each student solemnly promised to carry out their duties with diligence and responsibility and play out their role in making their school and the world at large a greener and healthier place to co-exist in.

  • Spell Bee

    An Inter House Spell Bee Competition was organized on 7th Febrauary 2017 for the students of Std I to IV to assess their vocabulary bank and at the same time create a healthy competition among them. Various rounds such as Spell Me Correct, Word Antakashri, Guess Me, Rapid Fire and Buzzer Round helped to evaluate the linguistic skills of the students.
    The audience was so charged with enthusiasm, that many among them were eager to participate. The end of the competition saw Blue house walking away with the first prize.

    The winners for the Spell Bee competition are as follows :
    Kshitij Amberkar I-A
    Vihaan Andhari II-B
    Tanvi Sarmalkar III-A
    Shreya Bodhgire IV-B
  • What’s the good word

    What’s the good word- an Inter house English language Quiz Competition was held on 7th February 2017, for the students of Std V to IX. The aim of the competition was to test their vocabulary and language skills. The event comprised five rounds namely, Spell Check, Anagram Riddles, Test your vocabulary, Visual Buzzer Round and Rapid Fire Round.
    The green house emerged as the winners of the competition. This event helped in assessing their knowledge and developing thinking skills and team work.

    The winners of What’s the good word Competition are as follows::
    Middle Level-Green House
    Tanisha Jain V B
    Aakash Shenoy VI A
    Bhavika Boda VII
    Senior Level-Green House
    Aruan Daryanani VIII
    Rhea Menon IX
  • Community Lunch

    Students were taken on a delightful gastronomic journey as Community Lunch was organised by the school. This was done to create a sense of community and strengthen the bond they share with their peers. Students relished food of varied countries like Spain and Italy to name a few. This made them appreciate the diversity and variety in terms of food and culture at large. This event also helped in developing social skills and etiquettes and at the same time gave the students an opportunity to connect over food and fun.