St Claret School Bishrail

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Address : Bishrail, Chenchra Post, Gangarampur PS, Dakshin Dinajpur, West Bengal 733124
Phone : +91 9734608437, 03524-260156
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St Claret School is affiliated to Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi (CISCE), Since 2008, for ICSE (Class 10) & ISC (Class 12).
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Weekly Holidays: Thursday & Sunday

Admission procedure
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The procedure for nursery admission begins from the month of December every year. Other admission if any depends on the availability of seats.
Parents who wish to admit their Sons/Daughters in NURSERY should produce the following details:
Admission to KG is for boys/girls who are to complete 3 years as on 01 April in the academic year.
Admission form is available from the school office. Only a completely filled-in form will be received.
A photocopy of the Birth Certificate, blood group certificate, income certificate, 3 copies of latest passport size photo and Transfer Certificate (applicable only for class ONE and above) must be enclosed with the application.


Eco Club
This club in engaged in yearlong activity to promote a greener lifestyle by planting trees, cleaning up the environment of the school and raising ecological awareness.

List of activities
• Annual factory visit for manufacturing exposure
• Annual hospice visit to grow humane
• Annual Picnics and Tours
• Awareness in saving electricity
• Best out of Waste program
• Cleanliness Drive
• Go Green! Plantation Drive (medicinal and ornamental plants)
• Mission Mankind – student’s fund raising activity to donate the collections to the infirm and poor
• Proper Waste Management/Garbage disposal
• Scouts and Cubs and Bulbuls

Best out of waste
Dance Club
Drawing competition
Literary Club
Scouts and guides
Singing Club

Social service
The goal and objectives of Mission Mankind is to build up close and cozy ambience even for the abandoned and the food less and help those in need because everyone is a star and deserve the right to twinkle.

An honest act
Trip to Missionaries of Charity, Green Park, Dumdum

Activities encompass
Distribute Fruits and other eatables
Financial Help
Spend a day with physically and mentally challenged people

Placental presence
Free tuition Classes
Helping teachers to facilitate and harmonize to inculcate probity to the toddlers Providing proper education and all round development for the unfortunate progenies of present time
Recycling of paper for various purposes which meant for sale
Spreading general awareness for rainwater harvesting and planting of trees
To provide educational knowledge to the untutored and benighted sections of today’s society and helping them to inculcate moral rectitude and integrity.

Co-curricular activities

Class 1-2
Story telling competition
Spell bee
Class 5-10
Essay writing competition
Poster making competition


Saint Claret School at Bishrail
St. Anthony Mary Claret is the founder of the Claretian
Congregation. He was born Sallient Barcelona Spain on December 23, 1807. He was brought up in a devotedly religious family and thus developed a deep devotion to Mother Mary. He, along with other five like-minded priests, founded the Congregation of the Missionaries Sons of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Claretian Missionaries) on 16th July 1849. He lived as an inspiring child, artistic youth, industrious textile industrialist, itinerant preacher, caring physician, and merciful father, lover of the poor, humble missionary, unassuming Archbishop and thus a man on fire with God’s love. He died on 24th October 1870 at Frontfroide in France.

St Claret and Claretian Congregation
St Antony Maria Claret, the founder of Claretian Congregation, was born in Sallient, Spain, in 1807. He was first a textile worker and designer who became a priest in 1833. He founded the congregation on July 16, 1849. Later on, he was consecrated the Archbishop of Cuba. Dedicated his entire life making God known and loved through preaching, writing and acts of charity and justice. Working in around 67 countries across six continents, Claretians evolved to educate the young in the ways of God, instilling in them a deep sense for moral values and social justice. In the Indian subcontinent, Claretians educate through over 46 schools and colleges.

Indian Claretian Mission Statement
“To form Intellectually Competent, Professionally Skilled, Spiritually Evolving, Morally Upright, Socially Responsive and Culturally Tolerant citizens through holistic Claretine Education, for the Civilization of Love.”