Student safety and safeguarding are the critical elements of Advaith’s boarding school education and generally remains on the highest priority on our table.
Overall, it is our aim to ensure that our students always feel safe and secure. But it also helps to ensure that parents – who are trust Advaith with their much-loved children – can sleep easily in the beds knowing their daughter is in caring and responsible hands. Advaith school has a Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and is reviewed and upgraded regularly. All matters related to safeguarding are overseen by the Chairman, Board of Directors, Police Authorities, Principal, Vice Principal who are also the designated safeguarding leads.
At Advaith, safety is a key element of life for students. We have a large number of senior staff, teachers and support staff around our schools. We have teams of night staff who patrol the campus through the night to ensure that students have a wakeful point of contact at all times apart from wardens.
On arrival at Advaith School in Hosur, all students are issued with ID badges which they are required to wear at all times during the school day. Security measures are vital to protect everyone and safeguarding current students from harm must be the priority when controlling access to the campus for visitors. Our security team will check all visitors arriving at the gates to the School and all visitors are expected to adhere to our procedure for visitors with submission of a copy of Government approved ID cards to ensure that the campus is a safe and secure environment for our students to live and study.
We also have an elaborate CCTV network to ensure that students are kept as safe as is reasonably possible. In their dormitory, lockable wardrobes are provided to students to secure their belongings. Additional copies of the keys are reserved with Principal to ensure there are no rigs. All activities in which students are involved are assessed to ensure and all reasonable steps taken to ensure the safety of the students concerned.