The Rose Society
The Rose Society is a structure of governance for the school which is managed by members, so that important issues may be addressed when and if they happen. The four member council comprises of a Chancellor, Treasurer, High Steward and Steward, who oversee the safety and standards which parents expect from a private school, and make recommendations if necessary.
The Rose Society uphold the values of the school through a Parent Charter, which all parents are expected to abide by. They have regular meetings with teachers and school management throughout the year and are the official channel of communication for the parents body.
The Rose Society strives to make the school not only a place for children to learn, but also a community where all can engage, interact and share ideas, to help make Tudor Rose British College a strong community. Important events and celebrations during the school year which require the participation of the parents are organised by the Rose Society.
New parents whose children are starting at the school often have many questions. To help answer them we ask Parent Ambassadors who speak different languages to help guide new families.