Campion School has always believed that education cannot and should not be restricted to the confines of the academic curriculum.

In keeping with our ethos, we seek to nurture young boys, equipped with the personal and academic skills needed to branch out into men of character.

Underpinning everything we do is our focus to ensure that our students care not only for themselves and for each other but commit to the values of our school by contributing to all cross sections of society and thereby growing into responsible citizens of the country. Thus, to commemorate 75 momentous years of building men of character and vision, Campion School is celebrating its Platinum Jubilee Year by undertaking 75 Acts of Kindness involving our teachers, students and parents.

Broadly, the Acts encompass kindness across a broad spectrum of causes:

– visits to old age homes
– adding dignity to charity
– reaching out to underprivileged children and adults
– mentoring children academically
– taking up environmental issues
– making a difference to the lives of cancer-afflicted patients especially children

We rise by lifting others. A useful lesson for all of us….”

Images event sequence from top left to bottom right: 1. Interaction and a meal with street kids at the SPARC NIGHT SHELTER 2. Competition held for the children of BMC School and Backgarden school 3. Uniforms given personally by Principal Machado to each street kid at Church of St Andrew And St Columba 4. Baking teaching class for kids at ADAPT. 5. Umbrellas and raincoats provided for street children at Church of St Andrew And St Columba