We pride ourselves in making sure that our students are healthy, happy and enthusiastic learners, nurtured in a safe and inspiring environment.
To create the best learning environment, we believe it is vital that your child is healthy, happy and safe.
Our school life stresses the importance of fitness and exercise as part of a balanced lifestyle. Our new campus features gym facilities, and your child will be encouraged to participate in a number of physical and sporting activities.
In order to provide your child with the best possible care, we ask you to complete a health form that highlights any specific health needs or medical issues. We keep a medical record sheet in the school office in case of emergencies, which is updated each year.
If your child becomes ill, you will be notified immediately. Parents can assist the school by keeping their child at home if they are suffering from infectious illnesses.
Most of our staff are trained in the latest first aid techniques and there is always a first-aid certified staff member on site or with students for offsite excursions. Minor illnesses and injuries will be treated onsite. If further treatment is necessary, your child will be taken promptly to the nearest hospital emergency room. Parents will be informed at the earliest possible moment.
We ask all visitors to report to the school reception when arriving or leaving, and they are required to obtain authorisation to remain on school premises (except during open class and whole school events). Visitors must wear a badge while on school premises, enter via the main entrance and add their details to the visitors' book. Where possible, they should obtain authorisation from the Principal, Head of Primary or Head of Secondary in advance. Parents assisting as volunteers should sign in before proceeding to their class.
Our doors are protected by a coded security system. Visitors must enter through the main reception and will be buzzed in by the receptionist.