Round Square schools are founded on a philosophy which embraces a series of six pillars or precepts which can be summed up in the word IDEALS. They are Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service. Students at Round Square schools make a commitment to addressing each of these pillars through exchanges, work projects, community service and adventure. The overriding goal is to ensure the full and individual development of every student as a whole person through the simultaneous realization of academic, physical, cultural and spiritual aspirations.
We are privileged to be a Round Square School and identify with the IDEALS of Round Square with the core values that are promoted by the School itself. As we prepare our girls for life, we ensure a holistic development of every girl.
Kurt Hahn's philosophy of belief in others and in oneself is keenly observed through various social service programmes to assist the less privileged people.
Students imbibe skills for life to be global citizens and co-exist in harmony and friendship with other nations and cultural ethnicities. RoundSquare empowers both students and teachers with a more comprehensive understanding of today's world. Girls step through the journey of life, exploring the various nuances of circumstance, existence and community; they invigorate their capacities of becoming ambassadors of the RS IDEALS.
An Annual Young Round Square Conference(South Asia and Gulf Region) and service project hosted by us endorse our long term commitment and responsibility to a voyage of self-discovery that nurtures a deep seeded consciousness of working towards a universal community.
The School is proud to offer students an opportunity to earn the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh Award, now known as International Award for Young People (IAYP).This operates in more than forty-five countries. Students undertake a variety of tasks- adventure, social service and hobbies- to earn their Bronze/ Silver/ Gold awards.
Model United Nations (UN) is a fast-growing competitive activity for many students, but to a great deal of us, it means something more. Model UN has helped girls grow into leaders, discover their futures, become confident in themselves. The school organized its maiden Inter house model united nations conference, VIDMUN-2013, with theme "Heal, Harness and Reinforce".
The school organized its maiden Inter house model united nations conference, VIDMUN-2013, with theme "Heal, Harness and Reinforce".
- Secretary General: Sneha KC
- Director General: Pranjali
- General Assembly: 'Combating Violence based on Gender Equality'
Chairperson: Aakriti Kalra
Vice Chairperson: Umang Mor
- Security Council: 'Refugee situation in Syria'
Chairperson: Somaya Guptaand
Vice Chairperson: Sneha Dhillon
- United Nations Development Programme: 'Measures to Control Population'
Chairperson: Punyapriya Singh
Vice Chairperson: Pooja Sharma
- United Nations Educational, Scientific And Culture Organisation: 'Protecting Rainforest in Brazil'
Chairperson: Nainika Rathore
Vice Chairperson: Bhoomika
- United Nations Economic And Social Council: 'Collapse of the Greek Economy'
Chairperson: Kriti Sengupta
Vice Chairperson: Anjali Tomar
- World Health Organisation: 'Prevalence of Malnutrition in South Africa'
Chairperson: Amreen Kaur
Vice Chairperson: Sameeksha Rathee
The 21st Century – "New Battlefields, New Dilemmas"
- Secretary General: Umang Mor
- Director General: Vatsa Choudhary
The six committees were simulated:
- General Assembly: 'Child Trafficking Situation in South Asia Prevention and Rehabilitation of Victimized Children'
Chairperson: Simran Pradhan
Vice Chairperson: Shreya Gaywali
- Security Council: 'Russian Annexation of Crimea'
Chairperson: Jai Bhoriya
Vice Chairperson: Tanya Kundu
- International Labour Organisation: 'Work Place Safety Regulations in the Garment Industry in Asia'
Chairperson: Khushboo Tokas
Vice Chairperson: Shreya Soni
- United Nations Educational, Scientific, And Cultural Organisation: : 'Controlling dropout rate at school levels –Pursuit of Higher Education'
Chairperson: Pawanpreet Kaur
Vice Chairperson: Chahat
- Economic and Social Council: 'Environmentally Displaced People and Social Vulnerability'
Vice Chairperson: Sameeksha Rathee
- United Nation Human Rights Council: 'Invasion of Social Media and Networking Sites by State Security'
Chairperson: Nainika Rathore
Vice Chairperson: Saloni Sancheti
The school hosted its maiden Inter School Model United Nations Conference, 'VIDMUN- 2015' from August 27 to August 28, 2015. The theme of the Conference was 'Transcend to Transform'.
Nine reputed Indian schools, Army Public School (Hisar), Delhi Public School (Hisar), O P Jindal Modern School (Hisar), O P Jindal (Raigarh), Emerald Heights International School (Indore), Sela Qui International School (Dehradun), B G S International Public School (New Delhi) participated in the MUN conference.
The VIDMUN-2015 consisted of four simulated committees:
- United Nations General Assembly Topic: 'Measures to Prevent Terrorists from Acquiring Weapons of Mass Destruction'
Chairperson: Harsh Vardhan Yadav
Vice Chairperson: Syeda Sana
- United Nations Security Council Topic: 'Ensuring use of remotely piloted aircraft or armed drones in counter terrorism and military operations in accordance with International Law, including International Humanitarian Law'
Chairperson: Hisham Ahmad Razvi
Vice Chairperson: Shivangi Kaushik
- United Nations Economic and Social Council Topic: 'Finance for Development'
Chairperson: Sameera Rao
Vice Chairperson: Somaya Gupta.
- United Nations Environmental Programme Topic: 'Review of the Kyoto Protocol Commitments: Follow up to the Paris Conference'
Chairperson: Tathagatha Gosh
Vice Chairperson: Abhilasha Saini
The International Press was headed by Pallav Kumar Singh
Dr SreeRam Sundar Chaulia, Professor and Dean of the Jindal School of International Affairs, Jindal Global University, Sonipat graced the occasion as the Chief Guest for the Opening Ceremony on August 26, 2015. The Chief Guest congratulated the school for bringing the global consciousness to local and was delighted to see the huge participation of young students, who are curious to know about the world. He highlighted that the role of MUNs is to create young models in signed with the values of tolerance, mutual respect, cooperation, diversity and make global citizens. He was impressed to see the large participation of girls and urged them to later lead the country and top global positions.
Delegates participated in simulations of United Nations sessions, debating, negotiating, caucusing, drafting, and voting on resolutions that addressed world problems.