The House names were decided upon by our students and were chosen because they reflect an important aspect of our host country. Each House is named after one of Malaysia’s most endangered species using Bahasa Malaysia.
The Houses are:
- Gajah (Pigmy Elephants)
- Harimau (Malaysian Tigers)
- Penyu (Marine Turtles)
- Badak (Sumatran Rhinoceros’)
Throughout the year we hold house competitions. These foster friendly competition, challenging students to take responsibility and care for each other as they mix with students across all age groups. Inter-House competitions include sporting and non-sporting events, ranging from swimming galas or sports days to photography competitions and talent shows.
A house cup is presented at the end of the year to the house with the most house points. These are gained through house competitions as well as by individual efforts of the students and their academic achievements.
Every week in our assembly we celebrate the efforts of our students and see which house has gained the most points during the week.
- To raise self-esteem;
- To recognise achievement, progress or effort;
- To model values of the school;
- To encourage team building;
- To publically celebrate achievement, progress and effort with parents and our wider community;
- To inspire and motivate.
|Number of House Points Gained||Certificate Awarded|