Safety & Security

Security is paramount. Our guards are physically on duty 24/7, and CCTV cameras monitor all activities within the school compound at all times. If you have questions or comments regarding issues of safety, security and the health of the school environment, please contact the Administration Manager or Principal.


Absolutely no unauthorised personnel will be granted access under any circumstances, and all visitors entering the grounds must produce their identification and get a Visitors’ Pass from the Guard Office. We remind parents that the security procedures exist at the school for the safety of all. Security Guards are unable to exercise flexibility and any failure to adhere to the procedures could result in a parent being refused access to the school premises. Please do not blame the security guards when they enforce the rules.




Nexus One Card is a multiple application identification card for the learners, staff and parents. It will monitor access to and from the school site with E-Attendance and E-Wallet. E-Wallet will carry monetary value to be used in the school shop and cafeteria. The one card system will also be used for printing, photocopying and in the library. 
  • All parents and designated drivers/domestic helpers are required to carry their ID card to school, and show this ID to the school security at the school entrance. 
  • Parents who forget to bring their ID card must register at the security gate and present a suitable alternative ID, which contains a photo (for example, a driver’ s license). 
  • Drivers/domestic helpers who regularly accompany learners to and from school must be registered with the school and be issued with an ID card. Unregistered drivers/domestic helpers will not be permitted to enter the school grounds. 
  • Bodyguards are not permitted in the school buildings without explicit permission from the relevant Head of School. 
  • Application for, and collection of new ID tags is made through the school receptionist. Please email for enquiries or more information.
  • Online credit top up can be done by clicking this link


All drivers seeking vehicle access to the school grounds must display a current vehicle pass on the front of a motorbike or on the right side of the car’s windscreen. Failure to display said pass may result in security checks and cause delay and inconvenience to others.

Car park stickers are available from Student Services during school hours. Only two stickers are free per family. Older learners who have explicit permission from the School to drive must obtain their stickers from the Senior Leadership Office.


To encourage independence in our learners, helpers/drivers are requested not to wait on the school premises during school hours unless they are asked by the class teacher to participate in that day’s activities.


The school has Group Personal Accident coverage for all students and staff, as well as Public Liability, Fire, Consequential Loss and Burglary coverage for the school. The school also obtains insurance coverage for all school trips involving students.


From time to time photographs or video clips of our learners may be published to our website or used in publications such as the schools section in The Expat magazine or The Star newspaper’s education section. If you would not like your child’s image to be used please inform the school management before the start of term.


Learners are permitted to bring such items to school and to use them at break times in approved areas. Learners must wear appropriate safety equipment and behave in a safety conscious manner. These items should be stored safely when not in use. The school takes no responsibility for the maintenance or security of these items.


The entire school campus is a designated smoke-free zone. Parents are asked to remind their drivers that they must not smoke inside the school campus.
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