We are hopeful about our journey to get school life back to normal. In fact, our school management has decided to make it even better with the inclusion of technology that enables us to handle unprecedented situations viably. While the excitement is at zenith, we are underlining all effective measures for a smooth transition of Study from Home to Study from School.
A normal day looks like:
Maintaining social distancing, our school vehicles will run on 50% capacity to ensure no transmission of germs. The verified support staff will ensure students sanitize their hands before onboarding the vehicle along with temperature checks every day. Masks are made compulsory.
Entering the school gate means following a routine including going through medically testified sanitizing sprayers, temperature checks and continuous use of masks. Full provisions are made to tackle overcrowding with the use of multiple checkpoints.
Daily cleaning and sanitization of classrooms and its furniture is done to protect our students and staff from virus spread through surface contamination. The classrooms are restructured to improve ventilation and distance between students’ desks. All necessary actions will be taken to ensure each individual’s comfort once we begin school.
We are determined to nullify the spread of the virus at our campus. Hence, our faculty and support staff will be monitored regularly. Submission of COVID test reports before joining and at an interval is deemed mandatory. Once verified by doctors, we allow the entry. At all times, we are going to abide by the preventive measure defined by WHO guidelines.
To avoid crowding, we will only organize assemblies in small batches that follow social distancing norms. We have limited entry into the campus to ensure frictionless-movement within the campus. We’ll continue to leverage the benefits of global webinars and online training from experts without in-person contact.
A specialized infirmary is made available for isolating an emergency case that may show any symptoms of flu, viral or seasonal. We are well-equipped to provide the first-aid response. Also, our association with local hospitals strengthens our medical facilities.
Our student counsellors are trained to address pandemic fatigue, social anxiety and other mental health issues which are caused by the lockdown due to COVID. We introduce exercises and therapy sessions for students to release bottled feelings and anchor their emotions for the greater good.
Our online platform associations and partners are helping AIS to become one of the best centres of global education. It enables us to deliver avant-garde curricular that integrates seamlessly with online as well as offline study.