Raffles Archives & Museum






Members of the club pride themselves as the custodians of the school’s long and illustrious history and in the process uphold the vision of the maintaining a leading school archives & museum that bridge tradition with tomorrow.  Beyond the work done to spread the story of the school to both the Rafflesian community, past and present, and to various stakeholders, the club also provides opportunities for members to gain invaluable experience and skills related to the field of museum and archival work through a uniquely-designed curriculum and enriching external workshops, attachments or visits.   

The Club is looking for students who have a passion in history and heritage to join us and contribute to the lead-up to RI’s Bicentennial year in 2023!




Further enquiries may be made to Mrs Cheryl Yap, Head/RAM, at [email protected]


Training Schedule

(3.30pm - 5.30pm)


Teacher Mentors

Mrs Cheryl Yap
Ms Low Siew Hsien

Achievements & Highlights

• Creation of the Virtual RAM Tour to support the Y5 2021 Orientation Programme hampered by Covid-19 SMM. The virtual RAM Tour was officially launched on 5 Feb 2021as part of the 850 days countdown to RI’s Bicentennial on 5th June 2023.

• Assisted in the creation of the RAM virtual bookshelf to support research and outreach to the alumni community and stakeholders.

• Contributed to the RI at 200 History Series articles which was launched on 5July as part of the 700 days countdown to RI;s Bicentennial.

• Initiated The Rafflesian Album Project- a Club and Y16 student volunteer project to collect 200 oral history interviews for showcase in 2023.

• DiscoveRI Outreach Initiatives - Planning and Research, collaboration with the SIG

• Contribution to the ‘Honoring RI Educators’ video tribute as part of 650-days countdown to RI200 Commemoration.

• 2022 Y5 Orientation History of RI programme planning and preparation