The St. Andrews International School, Sukhumvit 107 House System has a number of key aims:
All students who attend St. Andrews International School, Sukhumvit 107 are a member of a ‘house’. The houses are made up of students, teaching and non-teaching staff.
There are four houses based around rivers in Thailand:
House points are awarded to pupils by teachers for their academic work, effort, behaviour and other aspects of their school life. House points are given to students in the form of a token that students deposit in their designated house case. Throughout the year house competitions, which are always conducted in the spirit of friendly competition and good sportsmanship, with opportunities being given for demonstration of excellence in: the attributes of the learner profile; academics, music, sports, behaviour and other areas.
Points are achieved throughout the academic year, but broken down with running totals being announced every half term. At the end of the academic year, points for each house are totalled and the house cup is awarded to the house with the most points.
The following are the guidelines followed for the award of house points:
Demonstration of the learner profile.
Consistently demonstrates aspects of the attributes of the learner profile in class which are:
Tutors will pick their student of the week based on the International Baccalaureate Learner Profiles which are:
House T-shirts are available from the office for purchase and may be worn on days when there are house assemblies and also on Fridays.