Royal Global School

OVERVIEW

Boarding life at RGS, in the houses is meant to develop the values of co-operation, self-restraint, and sharing. The interaction between teachers and students outside the classroom is considered a very important part of living and learning at Royal global school. Boarders live a sheltered life along with the House parents under the shade of Gulmohar (for girls) and Amaltas (for Boys). The head of the boarding and his team is the mentor who takes care of the boarders’ physical and psychological well being as well as their intellectual excellence. Gulmohar and Amaltas believe in a blend of warm, cozy and homely atmosphere- a home away from home, together with comfort and luxury. The residents enjoy latest state-of-the art facilities. The rooms are furnished with four beds, study table, bookshelf and a cupboard. Both the hostels are centrally air conditioned. Each floor has a study room, an entertainment/recreational room with TV and DVD player, an MI room and a laundry room. Facilities for hot and cold water are also available. Round the clock water supply and security are provided. The hostels are well ventilated and are equipped with latest firefighting devices and buildings adhere to safety norms and are seismic resistant.

HEAD OF BOARDING

Jeffrey Desmond Mitson

Commitment to the welfare of our children, their proper growth and development is what we strive for in our daily endeavors both inside and outside the school campus. Pastoral care is an integral component of our school. A good pastoral system is the foundation of a happy and sound child. Education becomes meaningful in a school when the child is happy and has a sense of wellbeing and disciplined. This will instill in him the confidence that he requires to achieve and move forward.

Our pastoral system encourages children to talk to teachers on various issues encircling their lives. Our pastoral system encompasses a wide variety of issues essential for the proper growth and development of a child. Where the care-giver and learner live in an environment of mutual regard and love, and where humility and respect for values form the backbone of all transactions.

It is said” It takes a village to bring up a child “and we here make that village to bring up your child in the best interest of the school and beyond parents expectation on the field and off the field.

We Aim:

  • To enable each student to fulfill their own potential both academically and socially.
  • To ensure that each student has access to personal, vocational and academic guidance and support where required.
  • To make available opportunities for and encourage students to exercise individual and social responsibility.
  • To promote in students the self-awareness and self-confidence that they need to face the challenges, both academic and personal, that are placed on them.
  • To set up and maintain proper relationship with parents, so that together we can help to prepare the students for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of Adult life.
  • To create a caring environment where students are valued for who they are, not just for what they can do.

HOME AWAY FROM HOME

Boarding life at RGS, provides a secure and supportive environment for students. Comfortable accommodation and vibrant environment in the hostels gives the students a sense of homeliness and a feeling of belonging. In this ambience, students generally relate to each other in a friendly and accepting manner, with younger ones not afraid of the older ones. We like to think of the school community in terms of a large, extended family. Meals are being served in the separate Dining Halls with the House Master & House Mistresses supervising breakfast, lunch, evening tea and supper. An experienced F& B manager ensures that sterile, nourishing, wholesome and calorific Pan-Indian, Chinese, Continental vegetarian fare fills hungry young stomachs. Hostel Facility will be available from Grade IV onwards.

STUDENT LIFE

"Home is where the heart is."
- VERA NAZARIAN.
Four children reside comfortably in well-furnished, air conditioned rooms, which come with an individual cupboard, bed and study table. With renewable sources of energy like solar heaters providing hot water along with a warm and affectionate pastoral team who are there to provide care and succor round the clock, our young learners never feel out of home. A full-fledged medical centre with the facility of a doctor and qualified nurse ensures quick medical attention at all times. Separate infirmaries are also made available in the hostels. Professionally trained security personnel have been appointed to ensure the safety and security of the students and staff in the premises.

DAILY SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE FOR WEEKDAYS

Schedule Timings
Rouser 05:45am
PT/Yoga 06:30am - 06:30am
Getting Ready for School 06:30am to 07:25am
Breakfast 07:30am to 07:55am
Line Up for School 07:55am
Lunch Break 12:10pm to 12:40pm
School 12:40pm to 02:10pm
Return to Hostel 02:20pm
Freshen up and Change 02:25pm to 02:55pm
Games 03:00pm to 04:00pm
Shower after Games 04:00pm to 04:30pm
Snacks 04:30pm to 05:00pm
Line Up for Prep at School 05:20pm
Prep 05:30pm to 07:30pm
Dinner 07:30pm to 08:00pm
Recreation Time (Watching TV, Reading News) 08:00 pm to 09:30pm
Self Study at Hostel 09:30pm to 10:30pm
Lights Out 10:30pm

SCHEDULE FOR SATURDAY/SUNDAY

Schedule Timings
Rouser 05:45am
Breakfast 08:00am to 08:30am
Self Study at Hostel 08:30am to 10:30am
Games and Activities 11:00am to 12:55pm
Lunch 01:00pm to 01:30pm
Rest 01:30pm to 02:45pm
Games 02:45pm to 04:30pm
Shower after Games 04:30pm to 05:45pm
Self Study at Hostel 06:00pm to 08:00pm
Dinner 08:00pm to 08:30pm
Recreation Time (Watching TV, Reading News) 08:30pm to 09:30pm
Self Study at Hostel 09:30pm to 10:30pm
Lights Out 10:30pm

Sports and Activities

  • The Sports and Activity classes are an integral part of the weekly time table.
  • Swimming classes are compulsory for all students up to Grade VIII.
  • Students of Grade IX-XII have swimming as an option.
  • Chess is compulsory for the students of Grade I-V. However, students from Grade VI-XII can choose Chess as an option of sports.
  • Students can choose one game as a major option and another as minor from the games offered by the School.
  • Students opting for Racquet games like Tennis, Badminton, Squash, Table Tennis and Skating will have to bring their own racquets and Skates. However, Balls and Shuttle cocks will be provided by the School.
  • It is mandatory for all students to come in their House uniform on the day they have their sports classes.
  • Students from Grade II-VIII can choose two activities, one each from Activity 1 and Activity 2 from the choices given. However, Grade IX-XII students will have one activity only.
  • Coaching and special classes for sports, visual and performing arts are held after school from 3:00pm - 4:30pm. However, those interested in availing these classes would require to register for the same.
Grade Sports Choices available
IV,V Football, Cricket, Skating, Tennis, Taekwondo, Table Tennis, Basketball, Horse Riding, Badminton.
VI-XII Football, Cricket, Skating, Tennis, Taekwondo, Table Tennis, Basketball, Horse Riding, Badminton, Squash, Pool & Billiards, Archery, Shooting, Chess.

CUISINE

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO CHECK MESS MENU AUGUST 2018

NOTE: Fruits & Veg. as per availability & Boiled Veg. and Plain Dal are available in Dinner.

COMMUNICATION

Amaltas Warden (Boys Hostel) :- 8811032360

Gulmohar Warden (Girls Hostel) :- 8811055533

TUCK SHOP

The school maintains a Tuck-shop. Students can buy the tuck of their personal requirements. The cost of articles is debited to their personal account.

STUDENT SPEAK

We are blessed to have the warmth of a house and taste of home cooked food with a feeling of bonhomie here in our hostel Amaltas.
Anush Bagrodia
Class XII

Here in RGS its an abode of learning experiences and nurturing togetherness which has enhanced personality and instilled the qualities of leadership and self discipline.
Faizal Imtiyaz
Class XII

Our hostel is an perfect example of unity in diversity. It is a potpourri of cultures where we learn humility and tolerance which help us coexist.
Sojano Yanthan
Class XII





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