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Each of our students is allocated a local Student Advisor. This person lives close to their school and has experience in child safety and welfare.
Students are visited by their Student Advisor within 2 weeks of arrival, to assist with the transition to their new environment.
Students can contact their Student Advisor for assistance with issues relating to their studies, social life, living arrangements and health.
We ensure that all school reports for our students are sent to the natural parents.
Our team organise host family placements for students who require them during school closures. Day school students must take HSI host family accommodation for the duration of their programme.
We arrange transfers with our trusted taxi partners for arrivals, departures and holiday periods. All drivers are police-checked.
Students can call upon our Head Office team for assistance during office hours.
Our emergency telephone is available for students to call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Safety of our students is our primary concern, so our Student Advisors are on-call to assist with any emergencies (chargeable on Standard Guardianship).
Following resolution by the HSI team of any emergency issue, a full written report is provided to parents.
Student Advisors will meet with students regularly to monitor academic and social progress.
Our Student Advisors attend one of these evenings per year, to discuss each students’ academic progress with teachers.
Following each face-to-face meeting and Parent-teacher evening, our Student Advisors write a detailed progress report.