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Most students will require additional accommodation with a host family at some point during their stay.
We will coordinate the placement of students into nearby inspected and vetted host families for students who require it.
We can offer young-flyer drop-off and collection services when necessary through our own staff or partner taxi firms. When we use taxis, our partner taxi firms employ only vetted and verified drivers.
Our dedicated office teams are available for students, parents and partners during office hours. We deal with enquiries efficiently so that you have accurate information when you need it.
Every student will have access to our 24/7 emergency telephone service.
In the event of a genuine emergency, our student advidor can visit a student.
We provide an incident report for parents and partner agencies. Our incident reports are in addition to any other that may be produced by the school or other party associated with the incident.
Our local Student Advisor will meet students shortly after arrival to give the student all the information they need while under our guardianship and to welcome them to their new environment.
Students will benefit from meeting their Student Advisor in private, one-to-one, on a regular basis. In Ireland students will meet their Student Advisor at least once a month.
Following each meeting with a student, our Student Advisors write a detailed report on the progress of that student and any issues or concerns which need to be addressed.
Our trained Student Advisors will attend parent-teacher evenings, feedback to the local HSI head office and share with parents and partner agencies.