STUDENTS

  

ST. STEPHEN’S SHIATSALA SECONDARY SCHOOL

VIRTUES OF A GOOD PARENT

  • A responsible parent invests in the education of his/her child;
  • A keen parent helps the child with homework;
  • A caring parent instils discipline;
  • A responsible parent cooperates with the child’s teachers;
  • A caring parent attends meetings at school whenever required to;
  • A responsible parent listens to teachers first when there is a problem at school;
  • A good parent counter-checks a child’s criticism of teachers and the school as a whole;
  • A responsible parent offers moral support to the child when needed;
  • A good parent listens to the child’s concerns and offers guidance;
  • A good parent counsels instead of punishing.

 

 

 

 

 

ST. STEPHEN’S SHIATSALA SECONDARY SCHOOL

 

NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS.

‘Someone once said that winners are ordinary people, doing ordinary things extraordinarily well.

 

Students who succeed are motivated. Motivation is a drive that encourages action. It ignites the spark for action. A student’s internal motivation is his/her drive and attitude. The greatest enemy of motivation is complacency which normally brings failure.

 

Motivation makes students work hard, study smartly, develop perseverance and demonstrate determination, diligence and devotion. When properly used they translate into desired results like quality grades in exams.

 

Any student who wishes to succeed must have well defined and clear goals. Such a student must set clear measurable bench marks as well as high expectations.

 

Success in school work is not an accident. It is the result of a student’s attitude. A student’s attitude is choice. Success is a matter of choice and chance.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION.

The old boys and girls of ST STEPHEN’S SHIATSALA SECONDARY SCHOOL will today (SAT 01/09/2018) …

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F2W PARENTS MEETING

Form 2w parents had a brief meeting in school today (saturday 16th of June 2018) to discuss issues affecting the class. Most parents/guardians …

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