Students are allocated a tutor group when they enrol at Sri KDU International School and they remain in that group until they leave school. In KS3 students are taught many of their subjects in this group and therefore the bond among the students is strong. The tutors provide academic and pastoral support and guidance to the students; they teach the students PSHLE (Personal Social Health and Leadership Education) which develops the students’ moral and global awareness and provides them with the foundations to become Tomorrow’s Leaders, Here and Now. Heads of Year work with the tutors and co-ordinate individual support for the students
We have a full-time well-qualified School Counsellor who provides support for emotional well-being and career guidance to the students. The Counsellor works with the students in Primary and Secondary in a range of age-appropriate ways and coordinates with the Heads of Year and Key Stage Directors when necessary.
The School Nurse:
- provides medical care in the Primary and Secondary schools
- provides first aid treatment throughout the school day and during school events such as the Sports Day, Swimming Gala and Inter House Games.
- organises immunisation and vaccinations through liaison with a local clinic at appropriate intervals.
- holds medical records which are confidential and created when a student joins the school. When necessary, the School Nurse should be informed of any updates to their child’s medical record.
- administers and supervises medication. Students who need to take medication should bring it to the School Nurse for safe-keeping during the school day.
Sri KDU International School is totally committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. We train all of our staff in Child Protection and ensure that during our induction into the school they are briefed on our Child Protection policy. There are Designated Safeguarding Leads in the school to whom any child protection concerns would be taken.
Click here to read more about the school's Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy 2019-2020.