The schools are divided into subunits called houses, clubs or councils. Each student is allocated one at the moment of enrollment. Students in different houses may compete with one another at sports or maybe in other ways, thus providing a focus on group loyalty.
For example, the traditional school sports day is usually an inter-house competition. Debating competitions and charity drives are also often organised along inter-house lines. Merit points for behaviour and academic achievement may also be totalled up for comparison between houses.
Some schools have a year-long programme of inter-house events, in which each house "hosts" an event at which all houses compete, with points contributing to the award of the House Cup at the end of the year.
The SkoolRoom club and council management module helps to maintain a list of all the houses, the students and their respective houses and the total number of students in each house.
The SkoolRoom team helps the schools to schedule and maintain a record of all the competitions to happen in the entire year, to keep a track of all the winners and which house does the winner belong to as well as the record of the teacher appointed for the particular house.
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