The School Houses at Oasis International School promote a spirit of healthy competition, instilling values of sportsmanship, cooperation and support among students. This system helps create a vibrant and inclusive school culture where students form lasting connections and take pride in their House affiliations.
Oasis International School implements a School Houses system, creating a sense of community and healthy competition among students. The school is divided into different Houses, each representing a specific colour and name. Students are assigned to a House upon enrolment, fostering a sense of belonging and camaraderie. Throughout the year, various inter-house competitions and activities are organized. These activities provide opportunities for students to collaborate, showcase their skills and develop teamwork and leadership abilities.
In loving tribute to the remarkable legacy of Sir Alexander Fleming FRS FRSE FRCS, a distinguished Scottish physician, microbiologist and pharmacologist, we honour his illustrious achievements, chief among them the ground-breaking discoveries of the enzyme lysozyme and the revolutionary benzyl penicillin, the world’s inaugural antibiotic. These exceptional contributions to science earned him the prestigious Nobel Prize in Physiology and forever etched his name in the annals of medical history.
Inspired by Abraham Lincoln, a remarkable figure in American history, an esteemed statesman, lawyer and the 16th President of the United States. Lincoln’s extraordinary accomplishments encompassed guiding the nation during the turbulent American Civil War, safeguarding the unity of the United States, eradicating the abhorrent institution of slavery, strengthening the federal government and spearheading a transformative revolution in the economy.
Named in honour of Sir Isaac Newton PRS FRS, an illustrious English polymath, whose indelible contributions as a mathematician, astronomer and theologian have firmly established him as one of the foremost trailblazers in the annals of science. His profound impact on the scientific revolution and his pivotal role in shaping the disciplines of classical mechanics, optics and calculus make him an iconic figure, revered throughout history.
In admiration of none other than Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, a remarkable British statesman, military leader, acclaimed author and the esteemed Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945. Winston’s indomitable leadership skilfully guided Britain to triumph during the tumultuous period of the Second World War.