At Indian Public School. the advantages of the house system have been mainfoild. The house provide not only an increased feeling of identity and belonging. They also provide students with a sense of tradition and abundant leadership opportunities.
Our House system has seen a marked change in the the attitude of students as a result of establishment of the house. It inculcates in the students the values of the spirit, commitment, loyalty, sharing and healthy competition. Because of the competition and the identification of each student with a house, there is constant encouragement for students to do their best. The positive attitudes of the students towards one another and toward the school have been quite amazing since the program started. Another benefit of the house system is that leadership opportunities are available to the students.
At Indian Public School, each student is placed in one of the four houses - Green, Yellow, Blue and Red. A girl and a boy House Captain are assisted by a girl and a boy Vice-Captain. A member of the staff is assisted by several other teachers act as the House Master / house Mistress. Points are awarded to the students throughout the year for co-curricular activities through inter house competitions in sports, Debates, Quiz, Arts & Music and Prizes / Trophies are awarded accordingly. At the end of the academic session, the house gaining the highest point is awarded the running trophy.
The aim of the House system is to inculcate and develop the qualities of leadership, public speaking; organizational skills among the students through various inter house competitions and school functions.
All the Houses shall perform the following duties by rotation.
1. To conduct the Morning Assembly
2. To collect and prepare news of International, National, School and Sports events and also write a thought for the day on the blackboard meant for the purpose.
3. To deliver the “Thought” in the form of a short speech in the Assembly.
4. To check the late comers and mark in their diaries.
5. To help in maintaining order and discipline during the recess period.
6. To participate enthusiastically in all Intra-House and Inter-House contests.