Raffles International School India Campus, established by Gomber Education Foundation, is a sprawling 26-acres campus situated at Sotanala-Behror, Rajasthan India..The campus is beautifully landscaped with lush green gardens. It has bright and cheerful classrooms, sports and other recreational facilities which provide an environment where students can grow holistically with world class Boarding Facilities.
Raffles International School is Best Boarding / Residential School in India for Boys and Girls. we follow the C.B.S.E (Central Board of Secondary Education ) as well as the IGCSE curriculum. Raffles International School also provides exchange programmes with Raffles International School Dubai & Singapore as well Partner School in UK- Broadway Academy Birmingham & Linden Primary School Leicester.
Our systems perspective will include our focus on strategic directions and on our students and stakeholders. It means that we will monitor, respond to, and manage performance based on our school’s performance results. Our systems perspective also includes using our measures, indicators, and organizational knowledge to build our key strategies. It means linking these strategies with our key processes and aligning our resources to improve overall performance and satisfy students and stakeholders. Thus, the systems perspective means managing our whole organization, as well as its components, to achieve success.
Moving into class 9th in the senior school entails a longer working day, and more organized study time for students, who, at this stage, are expected to become more independent in their learning; however, a close and supportive relationship continues to exist between students and teachers. To ensure continuity between teachers and students, teachers take students up from class 8thto class 9th in many subjects.
Raffles International School is affiliated with CBSE board. The academic curriculum is balanced by arts and crafts, dramatics, sports and participation in a variety of clubs ranging from journalism to chess. Participation in other work of the center such as afforestation, rural health, and rural education is also encouraged and organized. Students are also encouraged to research topics of their interest and present these at morning assemblies. Assemblies, student-council meetings and specially convened staff-student meetings are forums where discussion and debate over issues of concern in the school community or in the world are encouraged. Culture classes – intended to extend intellectual and emotional horizons of the students – remain an integral part of the timetable, right until class 12th.
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