Book Day Celebrations at St. Patrick’s Salesian School

“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.”, the famous comedian Groucho Marx had said. And on these words it was decided to celebrate World Book Day ‘unplugged’. No apparatus needed to soar – this time we fly on the wings of imagination.

A writer must first be a reader and so classes were divided between the ‘readers’ and the ‘writers’. Forms 1 and 2 gathered in the library to celebrate the books they’ve read, whilst Forms 3, 4 and 5 took to the activity room to nurse dreams of yet unwritten works. 
Recent News    
The 31st of January marks the death anniversary of our founder St. John Bosco.  It is a day of celebration, a celebration of his life, it is a day that cannot pass unnoticed in a Salesian school.  And in fact it didn’t. It is a know fact that new technologies are developing faster than the speed of light.  People are surrounded by all sorts of gadgets and  life has become one big race for time. As youth workers and youngsters we organized a fund raising activity for the youth exchange which will be held in Greece from the 5th till the  12th of July. On the 24th of May, St Patrick’s Salesian School celebrates the feast of Mary Help of Christians.

Every school calendar is staggered by certain days that mark a special occasion. The prize-day ranks high in importance amongst these days.