School Houses

At St. Rose Public School , Our 4 houses are dedicated to rivers.

The School has established a House system to encourage students to work together in unison, with Co-operation for healthy competition. The daily maintenance of discipline and cleanliness of the school is in the hands of the House on duty.

Brahmaputra House
Krishna House
Godavari House
Yamuna House

The years spent in the school are the best when it comes to acquiring life skills such as facing challenges with confidence and working as a team with a sense of fellow feeling and discipline.

Working as part of a team strengthens a child social and emotional skills, help develop her communication skills, and can improve confidence .

The ability to work together with others as part of a team is not simply a skill needed at school, it is  a vital skill used in all areas of life .however school-time is an excellent time to cultivate the teamwork ethos our children will draw from throughout their life.

The house system of the school is the perfect arena to instill these valuable life skills.

The four houses in the school are Brahmaputra, Krishna, Godavari, Yamuna each house has a teachers – in –charge, house heads and students prefects who take care of the smooth functioning of the house activities and handle responsibilities regarding selection of the students for competition ,preparing them for the same and ensuring that even the reluctant students are provided with a chance to explore their abilities Throughout the year , the school organizes a large number of activities where the children get to hone their speaking and writing skills, and also test their knowledge and intellect. 

The house is named after Brahmaputra River. The soil of this region is naturally rich in iron content, bringing the colour red to the river with a high concentration of red and yellow soil sediments. That’s why Brahmaputra River is also called Red River

The house is named after Krishna River formerly Kistna. The Krishna River is a river in the Deccan plateau, and the 3rd-longest river of India, after the Ganges and Godavari, and the 4th-largest in terms of water inflows and river basin area in India

The house is named after Godavari River. The Godavari is India’s second longest river and 3rd largest in India, drains about 10% of India’s total geographical area. Its source is in Trimbakeshwar, Nashik, Maharashtra. It flows east for 1,465 kilometres

The house is named after Yamuna River. The Yamuna River is one of the most beautiful rivers of India. The famous river has its source in the Yamunotri Glacier at an elevation of 6,387 meters on the southwestern sides of Banderpooch crests in the lower Himalayan ranges.