- GBN School is a community of learners and the house system is designed to embody the values and ethos of the school and aims to be an integral part of our school community.
- The house system aims to give students an identity and sense of pride in a supportive, secure environment.
- The houses provide for positive competition and closer rapport between students and teachers. They also aim to help new students adapt to the culture of GBN School.
- The Houses compete in a number of sporting, academic and cultural activities.
- The house system is an integral and vibrant part of the school’s culture.
- The House system is designed to reflect and enhance the values of the school as they are described in the charter.
- The core values are explained as self-development, intellectual empowerment and life-long learning within the diversity and strength of our one community.
- From Class III onwards students are allotted with the houses based on the random selection.
Our school has four houses allotted to our students, namely:
- Satluj (Green)
- Tapti (Yellow)
- Brahmaputra (Red)
- Saraswati (Blue)
These are named after the Indian Rivers, which epitomize the qualities of integrity, life-sustaining, enriching, generous, inclusive, zestful and courage.