ABOUT ST.PATRICK

The Congregation of the Brothers of St. Patrick was founded by Bishop Daniel Delany in the year 1808. The Congregation derives its name from the Great Apostle of Ireland, St. Patrick, who in his time fought ignorance, injustice, wickedness and immorality, just as our founder did in his own time. The founder realized that the root of universal demoralization was ignorance and hence he began to impart moral education. He had in mind the religious, moral and literary education of children in schools.

The Brothers came to India in 1875 and took charges of a large Anglo Indian Orphanage and School in Chennai. This seed has grown into a large tree spreading its branches to various parts of the country, producing thousand of eminent men and women who have contributed and continue to contribute to the country in various capacities.

In our commitment to serve people, we find our primary inspiration in the life and teachings of JESUS CHRIST, we experience anxiety in this period of rapid change as we are beckoned beyond the bounds of safe securities. However, like the founding Patricians, we will step forward in faith with the courage of convictions and rely on the power of the Almighty God.

WE ACKNOWLEDGE THAT: Our apostolic endeavors are inspired and nurtured by the Good News of Jesus Christ.

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The Congregation of the Brothers of St. Patrick or the Patrician Brothers as they are popularly known began in the small town of Tullow, Ireland on 2nd February, 1808...

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RECENT NEWS & EVENTS

Childrens' Day

Children's day is celebrated in India on 14th November every year. It is celebrated on the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru who loved and was loved by children. Due to the present pandemic situation, a video encapsulating a plethora of events – songs, skits, and dance performances by teachers was released for students on 13th November, a day prior to Children's Day. The celebration commemorated with our Coordinators greeting the students with enthusiasm, thereafter the Principal Rev. Bro. Tomy Varghese, shared an awe– inspiring message and greeted the children on this special day, a day to celebrate the bond between teachers and students. A day marking childhood, and to make this event a memorable one for our little ones the SPAB team put together a Jaw dropping show with bubbly & amusing dances, a hilarious skit, and a few soulful renditions of songs to showcase their love and affection for our kids. The programme was a grand success with the efforts and the coordination of our beloved teachers.

Back to School

After the long turbulent period of uncertainties and apprehensions, St. Patrick's Academy opened its gates for its students of grade VI-XII on 8th November 2021, Monday. During the meetings arranged earlier with the parents, the Principal had listened to their concerns and revealed his plans for the re-opening of the school with their consent. The school had taken all possible precautionary measures for the safety of the students and Staff in the atmosphere of ongoing but slackening threat of the pandemic. RTPCR test was conducted for the students and staff for ensuring their safety. The campus and class rooms were well decorated and the students were welcomed heartily by the management and staff. It was the aspiration of our young learners, co-operation of parents and teachers and above all the strong determination of our respected Principal, Brother Tomy Varghese that made the reopening possible.

Kannada Rajyotsava Celebration

The 66th Kannada Rajyotsava, commemoration of the Karnataka formation day, was celebrated reverentially on 1st November by the St. Patrick's family. The virtual celebration was begun with a prayer. Respected Principal Rev. Brother Tomy Varghese, delivered the message of the day and reminded us of the importance of planting trees for preserving our environment for the future generations. On the occasion, the school paid its tribute to the great poets, scientists, educators and social and cultural reformers of the state. Speeches of students, reflecting the history of the state, and other cultural performances made the celebration a memorable one.