Health & Well-being

We encourage students to lead a balanced life at Advaith with emphasis placed on holistic development but not at the expense of personal well-being.  It may be of interest to know that the discussion of individual students is a standing subject on the agenda: this is evidence that individual student well-being is at the heart of Advaith’s heart, ethos and culture.

Being a teenager can be a difficult time.  Being a teenager away from home for the first time is fantastic and also challenging.  With this in mind, student well-being is very closely monitored by Advaith’s Boarding Board Members.

The Boarding Parents, Tutors, Head of Houses, Board Members, Principal and  Vice-Principal take an oversight of this critical element of student development.  This can mean anything from a student’s friendships and emotional state, to their food intake and exercise regime.

Students have access to medical facility with a team of doctors and nurses available seven days a week. All boarders will have a medical on arrival at School in Hosur which will include a height and weight check, discussion of any pre-existing medical conditions and a review of any prescribed medication. Please note that all medication (both prescribed and over-the-counter) for students in the Lower School and the sixth form will be kept by the House Parent and administered by School’s affiliated doctors. Regular medications such as tablets are taken in the presence and control of house parent.

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As part of the Advaith’s commitment to pastoral care of its students, it is recognised that there is occasional need for the services of both internal listening services as well as those provided by a professional external counselling service to be made available to students studying at Advaith.

The refectory at Advaith offers a healthy and varied selection of food for breakfast, lunch and supper being catered for. Advaith offers food as “fuel for holistic fitness and life” program with a staunch commitment to nutritious in-house meal preparation, wholesome and 100% vegetarian. With our stringent sanitation, food safety programs and our dedication to serve our students well, we ensure a joyous and happier food times. Every bite and sip are crafted with love for our children. Few key highlights of our dining are;

  • 100% Vegetarian
  • Hygienic preparation
  • Zero-waste, zero junk, zero fries, zero processed foods
  • Organic vegetables grown in school’s gardens (selected)

We are keen for students to participate in and to be aware of the vital importance of physical fitness and well-being for a healthy and happy life.  On this basis, all students in Advaith School in Hosur are expected to participate every day in variety of sports on offer after lessons.

Advaith takes great care of its children to ensure that they are healthy, well cared for and helped to flourish.

We encourage students to lead a balanced life at Advaith with emphasis placed on holistic development but not at the expense of personal well-being.  It may be of interest to know that the discussion of individual students is a standing subject on the agenda: this is evidence that individual student well-being is at the heart of Advaith’s heart, ethos and culture.

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