VisionFostering among children Education values, Social skills, Cultural importance and Religious tolerance; Building a Christian community by promoting Gospel truths; Solving a long pending and pestering problem of Road to the school; Work out a plan for the 10 acres land.
MissionPromoting quality based and value oriented education to children in order to deliver improved educational outcomes. Improving Infrastructure’ for the over-all upbringing of students and Taking care of the Spiritual needs of the Christians present here.
A Short Brief About Pamidi Education & Mission Work
Pamidi mission, SFS School, was started in the year 2005. In the beginning there was no school and house of our own in Pamidi, Fathers were shuttling up and down every day from Anantapur mission. In the year 2006 -2007 Fr. Bhaskar Jayaseelan bought 3 acres and 70 scents of land and began the construction and got the recognition of the school from the Govt. of AP up to 5th standard. Later Fr. Sunder Rao who took up as principal from 2009 -2010 made good effort to bring up the standard of the school and also recognition of the school was updated up to 10th class. Thereafter, Fr. Y. Bharath Reddy became the Principal and he was succeeded by Fr. Kishore Babu. There are 940 pupils, 32 teaching staff and 8 non teaching staff. At present there is neither catholic community nor their presence in Pamidi.
Some Details About The Centre
- Apostolates at the Centre - Education and Mission work
- Number of confreres at present - Four Priests and a Regent Brother
- People benefitting from it are mostly - Middle/lower and upper middle class
- Infrastructure - Insufficient to the present needs
- Financial Status - Sufficient but dependant for any extraordinary expenses
- Religious Congregation nearby - Daughters of St. Francis de Sales (DSFS) (Contract)
- Remarks - No scope for Telugu Medium School
- Suggestions and Comments for its Future - Need to buy computers, Lab equipment,, Library books etc. School Office is to be remodeled. Construct a Church and Presbytery.