THE PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

BRO. PAUL PARECATTIL, Principal

“We create an environment where ethics and values are inculcated; We build educational relationships that foster success; We strive to be a source of insight, giving our students the power to make confident decisions.”

Dear Parent,

It has become imperative that students be empowered with cognitive and experiential skills that would help them to overcome the challenges of tomorrow. Today’s students must learn a new set of skills, ensuring that they can embrace interconnected concepts, think independently, work collaboratively, act decisively, communicate unambiguously and influence positively.

At St. Patrick’s, we believe that the role of school is not only to pursue academic excellence but also to motivate and empower its students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers and productive members of an ever-changing society. We try to provide our students with an atmosphere for multifaceted development, where they are encouraged to channelize their potential in the pursuit of excellence. This can only be possible in holistic, student-centric environment. Our endeavor is to identify, nurture and encourage the talents, skills and abilities of each student, so that he/she is able to reach greater heights. Students are, hence provided with a platform to think, express and exhibit their skills.

We encourage high academic standards and self-discipline, factors which contribute in creating a true Patrician. We centre our efforts on preparing the student for their future. Our scholastic programme seeks to instill learning and education on the students, along with a deep-rooted sense of inquisitiveness. The infrastructure here at Patrick’s provides a domain for academic, artistic and physical excellence.

We look forward to mould individuals of today to responsible citizens of tomorrow with cooperation from the parents.

With Kind Regards,
–Bro. PAUL P

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RECENT NEWS & EVENTS

Teachers’ Day Celebration

The students and teachers of St. Patrick’s Academy Bengaluru celebrated the Teachers’ day – virtually - on 5th September 2020. While wishing their teachers, the students reflected the thoughts of Dr.S.Radhakrishna. They presented video recorded performances of their talents with the wishes and messages of the day. The Teachers thanked Co-ordinators and Brothers for arranging a virtual celebration of the day with games and inspiring words. The messages from our Principal, Rev. Bro. Paul; Manager, Rev. Bro.Christopher, Vice Principal, Rev. Bro.John Kennedy, ignited the passionate minds of our teachers.

Independence Day Clelebrations

St. Patrick’s Academy, Bengaluru, celebrated 74th Independence Day on 15th August 2020 by observing all Covid protocols. Rev. Bro. George Xavier, Deputy Congregational Leader of the Brothers of St. Patrick, hoisted the national flag and an inspiring speech was delivered by the Manager, Rev.Bro. Christopher Dawes. Brothers from the Novitiate community, NCC cadets, teaching & non-teaching staff were present at the school to commemorate the day. Our Principal and the management team addressed the students and teachers through online and enlightened the young minds. The students exhibited their talents through videos and audios during the occasion.

Online Class

During this pandemic - Covid -19 - we, at St. Patrick’s Academy, Bengaluru, continued our mission of education through online medium for the academic year 2020-21. The management took the challenge of getting all the teachers trained in time and began our online classes as per the guidelines from the Council and Govt. of Karnataka. The students are well prepared and enthused with the idea of online classes. Our teachers are putting lot of efforts and making the class more meaningful and interesting. Online classes enable our teachers to reach out to the students more efficiently and effectively through chat groups, video meetings, document sharing, etc. during this pandemic. The students also find it easier to communicate in this mode.