We have established a comprehensive system of pastoral care at Dulwich College Yangon. Every student is supported by the class teacher or form tutor and the school’s pastoral team. All our students follow a Personal, Social and Health Education course appropriate to their age and coordinated across the year groups.
Our House system is a key component of the College pastoral care structure. Many international school students experience a great deal of change in their lives. As their parents move from country to country, they make new friends and adapt to different cultures and school systems. We ensure that children are welcomed into the College community, that we know them well and that they are supported during their time at the school.
In the Junior and Senior School, our House system builds a sense of community within the student body and helps to develop students’ leadership skills. Our House Captains are students responsible for helping to organise House activities, which normally take the form of friendly competitions.
We encourage students across the College to involve themselves in the wider community and offer support to one another. Our Student Council is made up of students from each year group who learn to listen and work with one another while voicing the views of their peers. Our student leadership teams set a strong example to younger students and act as a point of contact for students throughout the College, especially the select group who are chosen to act as College prefects.