The role of prefects in the school life
The role of a prefect is an honour that students receive in their school life. They are individuals who are expected to establish and maintain the highest standards of behaviour, attitude and appearance at all times and being a good role model to fellow peers. With the responsibilities they undertake in their role as prefects, they emerge triumphant in the challenges later in life.
The Prefects’ Guild of Royal Institute International School
The Prefects’ Guild of all branches of Royal Institute International School consists of many exceptional students who have showcased talents in both academic and non-academic achievements.
Inter-Branch Prefects’ Headboard Investiture 2021/2022 held
The Prefects’ Investiture of Royal Institute for the academic year 2021/2022 was held on the 1st of November 2021 at the auditorium of Royal Institute of Colombo while adhering to the health and safety regulations.
Founder and Chairman of Royal Institute – Mr. G. T. Bandara, Academic Director – Dr. Nirodha Bandara, Coordinating Principal – Mrs. Iranthi Gunawardena, General Manager of RIC – Mr. Dharshan Kandiah alongside the Principals, Vice Principals and Teachers in Charge of all branch schools were present to witness the special occasion.
The badges were pinned to the Head Prefects, Deputy Head Prefects, Games Captains, Deputy Games Captains and prefects in a prestigious manner. After the badging, the newly appointed prefects pledged their loyalty and commitment to their Alma Mater.
Launch of Branch Schools Mascots
Marking another milestone in the history of Royal Institute, mascots were launched representing each branch school. The mascots were unveiled by the head prefects of each branch. These mascots: Eagle (Havelock Town), Leopard (Nugegoda), Wolf (Maharagama), Phoenix (Girls’ School) and Shark (Gampaha) each reflect the qualities of the students of the respective branch.
Way Forward – Inculcating Values of Leadership and Integrity
The Prefects’ guild of Royal Institute accommodates different visions of its leaders, but at its core lie honesty, integrity and loyalty, qualities that we are proud to pass down from one guild to the next. They impart the legacy – one of dedication, perseverance and renewal to the emerging young leaders for them to carry forward with a new spirit. We would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to the newly appointed prefects, and we wish them the best of luck in serving their school.
Chamoda Suraweera (Grade 13 – National)
Royal Institute, Maharagama Branch