BIST Students’ Houses 

The BIST House System is an integral part of a student’s life at BIST. All our students are placed into one of three houses: Ursa, Aquila or Lupus.

The House System plays a key role in our Pastoral Care System, providing students with a collegial network of friends when they first arrive on campus. The Houses each elect a House Captain at the start of the school year, both in the Primary and Secondary School, and then meet regularly to prepare for the House Competitions that will take place. Students are awarded house points at the end of these games (house competitions), for acts of charity and for helping each other and the teachers throughout the normal school day. House points are also awarded for student involvement in school events and as such play a pivotal role in encouraging students to adhere to our school values and in developing team spirit and greater individual responsibility.

At the end of each term the winning house is awarded a certificate, as a reward for all their effort throughout the term. At the end of the year, the winning House is announced, with their names etched onto the BIST House Cup.

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