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The school understands that safe drinking water and sanitation facilities are valuable for a healthy physical learning environment benefitting both learning and health. 


•    There are a lot of architectural and aesthetic aspects related to school’s needs of hygiene that the school takes care of, such as: school’s building plan, safe water supply, disposition of waste, emergency lighting, ventilation, as well as adequate school facilities (halls, classrooms and common areas) and furniture.
•    The school is spanking clean with hospital like cleanliness measures to ensure hygiene.
•    Washrooms for students and teachers have been renovated. The classrooms and corridors are dusted and cleaned painstakingly. The housekeeping is overseen by a team of teachers on every floor.
•    The provision of safe and clean drinking water is through RO systems on every floor.
•    The school has a doctor and nurses to maintain a healthy environment attending to the health needs of the students and teachers. One Nurse is stationed in the Main Block and the other in the Nursery Wing during school hours. 
•    The importance of personal hygiene is taught and awareness about the same is created by the medical team of the school by addressing the students periodically through audio-visual presentations and other activities.
•    Specialist doctors are invited to interact with the students and make them aware about hygiene, good diet habits, importance of physical activities and such other relevant topics. 
•    Students of all classes have regular medical check-up.
•    Medical records of all students are maintained by the medical team. Students who need special attention and care with respect to physical well-being are taken care of diligently with constant feedback to parents.
•    Health and hygiene of students is of paramount importance. During festivals like Holi and Diwali, students are made aware about how to play safe Holi and celebrate safe Diwali. Students prepare ecofriendly colours using fried leaves, flowers and other natural ingredients. No cracker Diwali is the norm in the school.