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House System

The House System at RGS, was first conceived in 2011, as a focal point for internal competition, mainly for sporting events.

The house system provides a good platform for the holistic development of students. It forms the basis of all competitions in the school and promotes team spirit, group loyalty and healthy competition. The school is divided into four houses after the names of the rivers i.e. Ganga (Red), Yamuna (Green), brahmaputra (Blue) & Narmada (Yellow). Students compete for the Inter-house competitions, demonstrating their talents and skills, bringing Laurels to their respective houses.

The House system play a more central role in the School and to reinvigorate internal competition whilst upholding its fine traditions. Four Heads of House were appointed from the staff under the direction of a Head of House, with the brief to establish a modern House system

"“One of the reasons I decided to join RGS was because there are so many extra-curricular activities to do. I was appointed as the House Captain where I’ve had the chance to organise teams for events and lead a fundraising initiative at the same time as encouraging all the members of House to take part in the many activities available to them to help us become the winners of the House competition.”"

, Ganga House Captain 2018

The New House System

The Houses are managed by School Captain. Bell, Farrar, Mobbs, Oatley, Rose and Tilden.

There are activities to suit everyone, and there is the opportunity to take part in something new. Students can lead and help organise a team and enjoy competing with friends. The House system aims to provide a broad base of student participation in a wide range of cultural, intellectual and physical activities:

  • They are to be organised for the students by the students under the direction of appointed Heads of House and voluntary staff
  • To provide an enjoyable competitive programme of events over the school year culminating in the annual award of the Championship House Trophy to the winning House
  • To develop teamwork and learning through experience
  • To develop individual and collective commitment
  • To promote leadership opportunities.