The House system is a feature common to most schools. It has got great advantages like breaking a large community into smaller, more personal units, and thereby building a sense of loyalty and competition. Its function is to encourage healthy competition within school and to give all students the opportunity to participate in representative sport, music, and other activities with the aim of raising self-esteem, developing self-confidence, and giving opportunities for leadership and teamwork.
The House System at Rama Global School doesn’t simply present the opportunity for healthy competition within an enjoyable, highly stimulating atmosphere. It also provides a nurturing ‘family unit’ that instills a genuine sense of belonging, encourages mutual respect between pupils of different ages, builds positive esteem and helps reinforce a sense of consideration for others.
Add the opportunity to earn ‘House Points’ for academic achievement, sporting prowess, drama, debating, music, community spirit, and all manner of other activities and our House System is well-recognized as providing a respected platform for showcasing attainment.
The students of the school are allotted to one of the three Houses, namely Endurance, Enterprise, and Endeavor. Each House is placed under a House In-charge who is directly responsible for the discipline and general well-being of the members of the House. Elected House Captains and Vice Captains share the responsibilities with the House In-charges.
Regular Inter-House competitions are held throughout the year in various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities which foster a healthy competitive spirit. The House vie with one another to keep the House flag aloft.
The School Council is a body of elected students meant to represent the views and opinions of all the students of the school. In other words, it is an exercise in empowering the students to lead, decide and work as a team for school initiatives.
A democratic style of election is conducted to elect the School Captain. The initiatives and capabilities of the individual students are continuously watched and those with inherent or cultivated leadership qualities are nominated to the panel of candidates. Students’ affairs are managed by the elected School Captain who acts as the link between the school authority and the students’ community.
The school crest, though simple, is evocative and powerful. A flaming torch in the centre reminds all pupils that we should perpetually bear in mind the burning passion for excellence in all we do.