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    Student Leadership & Participation

    Our leadership programmes are rooted in a strong commitment to support students in their ongoing development as leaders. At MAMS, the daily administration of affairs is viewed with a refreshingly different perspective. We inculcate leadership qualities in the students, by allowing them to take the lead in various activities and projects. Outside the classroom, teachers adopt the role of guide and mentor. The school has a unique system of self-governance through such committees as the School Council, Assembly Committee, events committee, the mess committee, the games committee and the technology council, which are led by students and provide them with an initial grounding in leading others.

    Discipline and ‘getting the job done’ is left to the students. The Prefects and the various Games’ Captains are given responsibility and a reasonable degree of authority to function effectively. Each house has a House Captain and a couple of Prefects while a separate Games Captain is appointed for each sport. Overall responsibility resides with the School Captain.

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    The students earn their leadership laurels from an early age and from many different quarters. The School practices active leadership through its Students-in-charge of the many societies, activities and publications. We also organize in house and external leadership training workshops to develop leadership skills amongst students.

    Our leadership activities help students to:

     

    • Boost self-esteem and morale
    • Become more self-aware
    • Identify improvement areas
    • Practice public speaking and expressing themselves clearly to others
    • Develop their organizational skills and the ability to manage others
    • Develop overall personality and promote ‘can-do’ attitude.
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