A warm welcome from our Director of Child Safety
We believe every child has a right to be protected from harm and maltreatment and that everyone has a responsibility to support the protection of children. We provide an environment where students are safe from all forms of abuse and where students can get help if they experience harm.
We seek to do this through safe recruitment practices; Child Safety Policies and Code of Conduct; regular training in Child Safety for all our staff, volunteers, and students; and two staff members in each school who are designated the role of Child Safety Specialist. Our Child Safety Specialists raise awareness around Child Safety in the school and undertake extra training to be able to respond to any concerns raised.
To raise a child safety concern with us, whether historic or current, please use the form below. All information you submit will remain confidential.
LifePlus Director of Child Safety and Protection
Safety + well-being highlights
We have a dynamic team of advisory teachers and counselors ensuring that every student is cared for and nurtured. Emotional or social difficulties are common in any academic setting, and how they’re handled is what matters the most.
Some children need help building emotional resilience, others are focused on navigating interpersonal relationships or managing stress. Our counselor focuses on helping students express their emotions, think logically to make the right decision, and make peace with people who are involved.
In addition, follow-up and collaboration sessions are arranged with students to make long-term plans for their social skill training and self-esteem building.
We have a trained healthcare professional on duty daily from 8:00–17:00, ready to serve all students and staff. Our Health Office is located on the first floor, opposite the gymnasium locker rooms. Parents are welcome to visit the office if they have questions or can contact us by email at email@example.com.
As part of our Air Quality Policy, we monitor air pollution at 8:00 each day and, under the guidance of our school nurse, adjust activities if needed to protect the health of our students and staff.
For students with diagnosed asthma symptoms, our school nurse works with parents to decide if these students would benefit from stricter implications. Our teachers are also involved to make sure vulnerable children receive greater protection during times of low air quality.
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Recognized for excellence
Tianjin International School is accredited by Cognia, the largest education improvement organization in the world—demonstrating our commitment to learners, teachers, leaders and communities.