Parents & Pupils
It is important that both parents and pupils make themselves familiar with the contents of this page and should be read and understood in conjunction with Fees & Registration. Attendance Insurance Emergency Hospital Services TimeTable Health Vaccinations Transport Medical Services Available Emergencies
If a child is, or will be, absent from school for any reason parents should inform the class teacher in writing. If the absence from school is anticipated to last longer than one week, parents are advised to discuss the educational implications for their child with the class teacher or Form Tutor, Head of Section or the Principal.
08:15 - Teachers on duty to supervise the children 08:30 - Bell rings, school day begins
10:15 - 10:35 Key Stage 1 & 2 Morning Break
10:35 - 10:50 Key Stage 3 & 4 Morning Break
11:50 - 12:45 Key Stage 1 Lunch
12:00 - 12:45 Key Stage 2 Lunch
12:50 - 13:30 Key Stage 3 & 4 Lunch
14:30 End of day for Key Stage 1 & 2
15:30 End of day for Key Stage 3 & 4
Transport to and from the school is the responsibility of the parents. To facilitate travel, a group of parents organises a bus service using vehicles and drivers on a hired basis. The bus routes vary depending on demand, but cover a large area of the city. Please ask the School Bursar for details of the current routes. It is stressed that the School Management accepts no responsibility for schedules, safety or other issues regarding the school bus. The buses follow a pick-up schedule starting around 7.50am for the first child and arrive at the school at approx. 8.25am. For the return journey, the buses leave school soon after 2.30pm and 3.30pm for the Secondary Section. Bus monitors supervise the children en-route and check for forgotten items ant the end of the journey. Parents are asked to stress to their children the importance of observing basic safety rules on the bus, particularly the need to remain seated while the bus is in motion.
Parents are asked to ensure that all children are covered for all eventualities involving medical cover. The school carries a personal accident scheme, which covers permanent disability or death. It does not cover day to day wrist fractures etc so please ensure you and your family is adequately covered.
We recommended that all children in Nepal receive the following vaccines at the (usually CDC) suggested times. There is some room for varying the exact timing and this could be discussed at the clinic. Hepatitis A and B Polio Diptheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (Whooping cough) (This usually comes as one vaccine) Measles, Mumps and Rubella (German measles) (This usually comes as one vaccine) Typhoid HIB (Hemophylus Influenza type B) The following are also to be considered: Varicella (Chicken Pox) Rabies pre-immunization Meningococcus Pneumococcus vaccine when it is available for infants. Japanese encephalitis
Medical Services Available
Outpatient Services: CIWEC Travel Medicine Centre: Telephone 4228531 Nepal International Clinic: Telephone 4412842 Patan Hospital: Telephone 5522266, 5522278
Emergency Hospital Services
Patan Hospital Kanti Children's Hospital Dental Clinic Healthy Smiles Tel 420800 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgThis
CIWEC Travel Medicine Centre Nepal International Clinic
When your child joins the School you will be asked to supply the following information: A house location map Telephone numbers for both home and workplace The doctor or clinic where your child is registered Embassy or Consulate you are affiliated with Other contact names and numbers (e.g., agency, embassy, close friends) who may be contacted in an emergency should either parent be unavailable. The School must be kept informed if any of this information changes.