Headmaster's MESSAGE

It is the right of every individual and group at Don Bosco, panjim to have a peaceful and dignified educational experience without being hindered by the behaviour or attitude of others. In order that this should happen, it is essential that every member of the school community is:
Considerate – respecting everyone else as an individual; making sure that words and actions do not cause inconvinience or offence to anybody.
Courteous – being polite and helpful at all times.
Co – operative – being willing to work with others.
Friendly – being on good terms with others.

Hardworking – doing our best.
Honest – being truthful; respecting the property of other people and School.
Trusting – accepting that others genuinely want help and want to help.
Responsible – being reliable and responsible for our actions; behaving as part of a community.

What this means in practice is that we should all do the following:
Be punctual – avoid late arrival.
Speak considerately – avoid shouting, swearing and offensive language.
Be ready for lessons – have the necessary materials.
Clear up – after lessons and break time.
Move in an orderly way – avoid running and use paths; hold doors open for other people.
Negotiate – if you know there might be a problem, go and talk to someone about it.
Respect – for Parents, Teachers and Authority.
Readiness – be prepared for any challenge.

Fr. Avin Carvalho,
Headmaster – Don Bosco High School, Panjim

Education is commonly and formally divided into stages such as preschool, primary school, secondary school and then college, university or apprenticeship. The methodology of teaching is called pedagogy.