Advaith takes great care of its children to ensure that they are healthy, well cared for and helped to flourish.
The health and well-being of our beloved students is a fundamental value in our hearts. Urgent health and social problems have underscored the need for collaboration among families, schools, communities and governments in taking a comprehensive approach to school-based health promotion. Advaith plays a vital role having understood the clear difference between good food and bad foods. We serve three times a day that includes two refreshments and lunch. Advaith school has a dedicated kitchen with 19 people trained, coached about foods keeping our children’s health in mind. The kitchen at Advaith offers a healthy and varied selection of food for breakfast, lunch and supper being catered for. Advaith offers food as “fuel for holistic fitness and life” program with a staunch commitment to nutritious in-house meal preparation, wholesome and 100% vegetarian. With our stringent sanitation, food safety programs and our dedication to serve our students well, we ensure a joyous and happier food times. Every bite and sip are crafted with love for our children. Few key highlights of our dining are;
- 100% Vegetarian
- Hygienic preparation
- Organic vegetables grown in school’s gardens (selected)
- Zero-waste, zero junk, zero fries, zero processed foods
Health scientists have always established that 50 percent of premature illness, injury and death is due to an unhealthy lifestyle. History and research suggests that a comprehensive school health approach improves health-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of students. A comprehensive school health approach includes a broad spectrum of activities and services which take place in Advaith enables children to enhance their health, develop to their fullest potential and establish productive and satisfying relationships in their present and future lives. Advaith’s goals of a comprehensive approach for a better and higher health and wellbeing are to;
- Promote health and wellness.
- Prevent specific diseases, disorders and injury.
- Prevent high risk social behaviours.
- Intervene to assist children and youth who are in need or at risk.
- Help support those who are already exhibiting special health care needs.
- Promote positive health and safety behaviours.
Attainment of these goals requires an integrated approach that coordinates multiple programs and provides multiple strategies. Work teams in collaboration with a coordinating council should involve families, students and community members in the program planning process. Further, professional staff development is necessary to effectively address specific health-related issues. A comprehensive school health program focuses on priority behaviors that contribute to the health, safety and well-being of students, staff and families, while assuring a supportive and health environment that nurtures academic growth and development. The successful implementation of this comprehensive approach necessitates leadership from health and education agencies and elected and appointed officials, adequate funding, trained personnel, administrative support, appropriate policy, quantitative and qualitative evaluation, legislation and regulations.
We encourage students to lead a balanced life at Advaith with emphasis placed on holistic development but not at the expense of personal well-being. It may be of interest to know that the discussion of individual students is a standing subject on the agenda: this is evidence that individual student well-being is at the heart of Advaith’s heart, ethos and culture.
We are keen for students to participate in and to be aware of the vital importance of physical fitness and well-being for a healthy and happy life. On this basis, all students in Advaith School in Hosur are mandated to participate across diverse sports and games offered.
- Advaith is commited to maintaining an open and positive psychosocial climate and a healthy physical environment that are conductive to high student achievement and the long-term health of students and staff in school.
- Policies, rules and regulations for happier wellbeing are consistently enforced.
- Advaith administrators receive comprehensive report on the psychosocial climate of the school and a report on the physical environment, along with an action plan for continuous improvement of the school climate to ensure students’ and staff happiness.
- We take immediate actions at areas that have potentials to cause injuries and health problems in the school environment.
- Advaith has policies that assure safe transport for our students and staff to and from school are enforced. Walking students are always reminded road rules and ways to reach places safe.
- Advaith is committed for a healthy psychosocial environment.
- We value our students, families and staff.
- Advaith’s environment is friendly, nurturing, respectful of differences, physically and emotionally safe and conducive to learning with high expectations for academic and non-academic successes.
- Effective instructional plans and techniques are used with our students to foster learning, self-worth and mental health.
- At Advaith, our students, families and staff work as a team and one family in planning and implementing programs and activities to affirm all cultural, linguistic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
- Our students are empowered to take a leadership role in the development and implementation of programs and lead the school to promote a healthier and happier school.
- We focus on our stakeholders’ (students, parents and staff) feelings and needs as well as tasks and duties.
- Strong encouragement is given to our students and staff to cooperatively solve problems as well as resolve conflict in an open and respectful manner at all times.
- The management of Advaith has installed a crisis response system to support students and staff in the event of violence, suicide, unintentional injury, death and other school-site incidents.
- Family involvement and support is encouraged at Advaith school in Hosur.
- The quality of air, water and other environmental elements at Advaith is monitored to ensure the safety and well-being of students and staff.
- Advaith has a tobacco-free, drug-free and violence-free policy for students, staff and visitors on both campuses.
- Our school buildings ensure access by persons with disabilities.
- Emergency drills held periodically for students and staff.
- Staff and students are trained in emergency, first aid and infection control procedures.
- Our buildings, equipment, sports fields are clean, kept in good repair, free of hazards and meet all safety standards.
- Advaith’s student and staff comfort is maintained by adherence to appropriate standards for ventilation, lighting, space, safety glass and noise.
- Safe, clean, appropriately equipped bathrooms, including facilities for hand washing, are made available in the washrooms.
- Advaith’s sporting ambitions reflect a commitment to students’ physical development, motor skills acquisition and knowledge to support lifetime health, physical activity practices and sporting careers for our students.
- Advaith has an action plan for continuous improvement in the physical education program.
- Certified coaches with specialization in physical education teach and coach physical education at all levels.
- Entry and exit-level performances of our students for physical development are defined for grade levels and physical education courses; adaptations are made for all students, particularly those with special physical, intellectual or emotional needs.
- Evaluations are conducted to appropriately measure students’ knowledge of physical development and physical activity skills, as well as the amount of participation in moderate to vigorous physical activity and programmes.
- Students demonstrate appropriate levels of health-related fitness and physical competence related to satisfying and safe physical activity participation.
- Advaith’s physical education instruction includes integration of physical, mental, intellectual, social and emotional dimensions of participation in physical activity and its relationship to physical health.
- Students at Advaith are involved daily in quality, health-related physical activity and motor skills instruction from elementary through secondary level taught by a qualified physical education specialists.
- The curriculum and programmes are developmentally and instructionally appropriate in that it is suitable for the specific students.
- The physical education program provides instruction in a variety of ways and devotes time to instruction about lifetime physical activities.
- The physical education program includes instruction relating to physiology that supports safe participation in physical activity to minimize the risk of injury.
- In addition to class time for skills instruction, the physical education program provides opportunities for all students to have a minimum of 90 minutes of moderate to vigorous health-related activity per week. Whereas student-athletes practice every day for 9 minutes. Programs are held to promote development of muscular strength, endurance and flexibility are provided three times a week.
- Students of first grade and above participate annually in a health-related physical fitness testing program using an accepted set of measures to test body composition, muscular strength and endurance, cardiorespiratory endurance and flexibility. Individualized exercise prescriptions are provided based upon the assessment.
- Athletic and playing fields are well maintained and free of hazards.
- Injuries are seriously considered to prevent future incidents.
- A policy for transport of injured students are in place with specific and appropriate guidelines for various types of injuries.
- Equipment for emergencies is accessible and available at practice and competitions.
- Coaches receive continuing education to upgrade their skills in recognizing, treating and preventing injuries.
- Safety of all players at practice and during competition are ensured
At Advaith, we ensure emotional, mental, spiritual and social happiness, health and wellbeing of all our beloved students, teachers, non-teaching staff and parents.