School Governing Body
Ms T. Mandviwala
Mrs A. Allie
Mr D. Carels
Ms N. Dhansay
Mr I. Dixon
Mr S. Jalgaonkar
Ms F. Ibrahim Laing
Mr B. Mampuya
Mr V. Mandviwala
Mr K. Naidoo
Ms I. Peters
Abdud Daiyaan Delong (RCL)
Muhammad Essop (RCL)
Rylands High School has various opportunities for learners to develop their leadership skills in and out of the classroom. For instance, learners can become class representatives, captains of sports teams or head of a club.
Furthermore, prestigious learner leadership roles include being members of the RCL (representative council of learners) and being a prefect.
Role of RCL
The representative council of learners (RCL) is a team consisting of learners from each grade that serve to liaise with staff and management to voice the opinions of all learners. Members of the RCL gather input on the issues that learners are facing and construct plans to address the issues. The RCL then raise issues and proposed solutions with staff.
Overall the RCL's primary aim is to enhance learner experience and foster a positive and disciplined environment for all Rylanders.
RCL Body 2023
Chairperson: Abdud Daiyaan Delong
Deputy Chairperson: Muhammad Essop
Prefect Executive Council 2023
Deputy-Head Boy: Adam Foflonker
Head Girl: Shawnice Van Der Vent
Head Boy: Abdud Daiyaan Delong
Deputy-Head Girl: Zainab Abrahams
Role of Prefects
Prefects play a crucial role in shaping the culture and ethos of our beautiful school and must be committed to upholding the school's values. The prefect body consists of responsible matric learners who are ambassadors of the school. They set a brilliant example of discipline, kindness and work ethic for others to follow.
Prefects have several responsibilities, including ground duty, late coming duty, ushering parents and learners at school events and more. The prefect executive council lead the prefect body and ensure all members of the team are performing their duties effectively.
Prefect Body 2023