Technology and digital platforms are part of our youths’ everyday lives. It is important to us at RISS that our students are able to navigate themselves safely, responsibly, and ethically through platforms that they are exposed to daily.
We strive to build strong and positive lifetime relationships.
We have the courage to do what is right and to grasp opportunities offered to us all.
We believe in respecting ourselves, others and our world.
We accept responsibility for our actions and the effect they have on those around us.
We had a successful start of the year with a new induction week programme that enabled teachers and students to reconnect and build up a working relationship for the year ahead, namely, a more relaxed, joyful atmosphere with the confidence that we are all in this together.
On Friday 4th September, RISS welcomed three visitors who spoke to Grade 12 about human rights, in particular about the current crisis in Venezuela.
As a house captain, I want to create an improved sense of competitiveness in my house!
It is in the classroom where this profession's true meaning is derived.
I aspire to make everyone feel welcome to enjoy their secondary school years while they can.
Every day, I go to work with a smile on my face because I will see my students and colleagues again!
I am delighted to see that at RISS, we all believe in the power of respect, relationships, courage and the responsibility.