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Achievements

Fair Play Trophy for 19th District Taekwondo Championship 2016

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Events

Fitness Day

We know the benefits of regular exercise includes a healthier heart, increased well being, and a better quality of lif...

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Events

Kite Making Day

The children enjoyed making their own kites. They used words such as; 'fly away', 'wind.' Enjoy making kites at school...

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Alpine School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment

The School seeks to develop and improve our safeguarding policies and procedures continuously and to promote a culture of excellence in safeguarding amongst our staff and volunteers. We have a number of policies and procedures in place that form the foundations of our safeguarding commitment. One of our objectives is to become a beacon for safeguarding procedures and practice within the

independent sector of INDIAN education. The School is safe, fully compliant with statutory safeguarding requirements, and, in a number of areas, already exceeds the practice in many independent schools. It also identifies areas for further development to enable Alpine Convent School to become a center of excellent practice.