Our facilities

• Decorative, spacious AC classrooms with play zone
• Visual learning methods to enhance creativity
• Lots of educative fun toys to make learning fun
• All inclusive syllabus designed by experts
• Motherly love, care, and attention
• Safe, supportive and child-friendly environment
• Art, music and dance classes
• Clean washrooms to ensure hygiene
• Both indoor and outdoor games and sports to ensure proper development of the child



Smoke Free

EIS provides a smoke-free environment. Smoking on and around the school grounds and premises is NOT allowed.



Inclusion and Special Needs

Our school is committed to providing the right education for all the children in school. Some children have particular needs that require additional or different support than that which the majority of children in the school receive.
Those learning needs may include:
• Special Educational Needs
• Physical Needs
• Behavioral or Emotional Needs
We recognize that children may be part of these groups at different stages in their development, so we monitor and support all learners within the school.




Food and Drink

School meals help to consolidate healthy eating from an early age and provide the opportunity for your child to sit and enjoy a meal with their peers thus developing important social skills. At EIS, school TIFFINS available and are provided by our own catering service. Our catering team is dedicated and passionate about serving freshly prepared food.
Drinks for children should not be in glass bottles or cans for safety reasons, and should not be (fizzy) carbonated, they can drink squash or fruit drinks in their lunch break. Children should bring in a suitable plastic water bottle, which may be topped up during the day from the cooled water filters around the school.
We encourage children to bring in a healthy snack e.g. fruit, for morning break; sweets and savory snacks are not allowed in school unless part of a packed lunch.


Property and valuables

Children should not bring valuables into school. We encourage children to respect their property and that of other people in school, but we cannot take responsibility for loss or damage to children’s personal possessions. All belongings should be clearly labeled with your child’s name and every effort will be made to return items to their owner.
Cellphones will not be allowed in classrooms. Children must contact their caregivers via the school’s mobile or land number.



It is important that your child feels happy and secure at school if they are to achieve their potential. Some childhood illnesses require a period of absence from school. There are guidelines for each type of infection and the school office will be able to advise you of the requirements even though your child may seem well. If your child is absent from school through illness, please contact the school office before 9.00am.
If your child is taken ill at school or has received a knock to the head we will contact you.
You can help us by keeping us up-to-date with:
• Any injuries/illnesses/allergies that your child may suffer
• Any medication that they may be taking
• The name and address of your family doctor
• Your daytime contact details and another emergency number
It is vital that you inform us as soon as possible if any information changes, especially your address and telephone numbers.


Medicines in School

The staff does not routinely give children medicines. Under no circumstances may children bring medication into school.
If your child has been given a course of medicine, check with your doctor whether they can be given outside school hours. If medicines need to be given during the school day, you must come into school to discuss the needs of your child and complete a form to set out the required dose.
The medication will then be administered to your child, from the clearly labeled bottle, by an adult in accordance with the completed form. If your child is asthmatic, diabetic, has extreme allergies or epilepsy, you will be asked to compete for a detailed medical form, providing all relevant information and provide us with emergency preventative treatment for use in school.


Caring For One Another

Our school provides a calm and happy atmosphere where we are friendly and polite; the behaviour of the children is outstanding as we expect our children to be well behaved and considerate towards others. We seek to share your children’s successes in school through the use of certificates, stickers and praise, all of which are part of our behaviour management structures. We will contact you if we are concerned about your child’s behaviour and we will ask you to be involved in supporting us to support your child in school.
At EIS we define bullying as ‘the persistent and ongoing abuse of a child by a significant other or others that is designed to cause fear, unhappiness or anxiety in others.’
We work hard to counteract any form of bullying and all children are encouraged to discuss incidents with adults around them. We involve parents in this process and encourage parents to discuss with us any concerns that they have. By working together, ensuring that all our children are confident and articulate, we can support all individuals’ wellbeing and tackle the issues that surround bullying together in an open way.