The safety of students at our school is a matter of high concern for us. The school is served well by a full team of security staff, twenty-four hours a day. The school also uses various other security tools to ensure careful monitoring of the premises such as RFID for students Entry / Exit. All visitors are required to present ID at the front entrance and parents, maids and drivers are issued with ID cards along with the staff.

The school also has well-developed plans to deal with any emergency that could arise, either at school or on school trips. We have a comprehensive Emergency Procedures Handbook, that entails all the details on how to deal with any natural disasters or other emergencies when at-hand. Please note we inform all parents about what we expect from them if an emergency arises both at a parent coffee morning and via the school newsletter. NIS does Mock drills regularly every six months and Fire & First Aid training is given to all employees every year when the new academic year starts. 

We ensure provision of foolproof security to all our staff and students without compromising on the school's belief and philosophy of 'openness' and 'guest relations'.

We have installed surveillance cameras in strategic positions such as:

  • The main gate
  • Other entrances - rear, side and emergency
  • Administration Office
  • Main lobby

We have taken special care in appointing personnel in charge of maintaining security and have ensured that there is effective communication of responsibilities between those who are directly involved in maintaining security. We have secure systems in place:

  • To screen the movement of people and property in and out of school.
  • To limit access to sensitive documents, information etc.

The entire school community will be well informed, well equipped and well trained to confront any unforeseen safety hazards such as:

  • Accidents
  • Extreme weather conditions and pest management
  • Noxious gas leaks possibly leading to explosion
  • Bomb threats
  • Epidemics