At AIS the safety of our students is our first priority. We would like to share how we can all contribute to keeping our students safe during the afternoon pick up process. To explain this process to Parents, Nannies and Drivers we hold information sessions. We then work together as a whole school community to educate about keeping students safe and the how the procedure works. The attached video helps to explain the process.
It is also important to understand that to participate in the afternoon pick up process each family needs to have a house sticker for each of the car/s that will collect students. These stickers can be collected from any reception desk. You may ask for as many stickers as you require. The sticker will have the student’s house colour (red, green, yellow, blue, green or white) on it.
As cars come into the school, those with stickers may drive to their colour zone (red, green, yellow – enter Gate 1 and blue or white – enter Gate 2) to collect their children. Teachers will escort students to cars. Drivers must remain in the car. Those without stickers will be asked to park in the car park at Gate 3. If you prefer to pick up the children yourself please use the car park at Gate 3 and walk across to collect students from the appropriate colour zone waiting area.
There is a Powerpoint with a Video embedded that explains the afternoon pick up process which we have used to explain the process to our students. Please find it attached to the email or at this link - https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XKkyphDR09G-GoYwcQ3TS5akQUeR6z-ra89MQwmQ_3E/edit?usp=sharing
Lastly please register your vehicle details asap by emailing them to email@example.com.
Name of child:
Colour of vehicle:
Make of car: e.g. Toyota
Model of car: e.g. Prado
In the morning we operate a drop off process. You may drop your child in any of the drop off zones in front of the school. There is no parking here until 8.15 a.m. If you wish to park and take your child/ren into class please park in the car park.
Many thanks for your support in keeping our students safe.