To ensure the safety and wellbeing of all our pupils and staff members, Huili School Shanghai maintains a well-equipped healthcare centre which is run by fully qualified nursing professionals.
Prior to children starting at the school, parents must complete the medical form detailing any allergies or illnesses that they may have. The healthcare centre will treat all injuries and illnesses to the best of its ability.
Providing a safe and healthy environment for our pupils, staff and families is our top priority at Huili. The campus facilities are equipped with reliable air filtration systems.
We monitor pollution levels on a regular basis during each day, using information provided by the local authority. We review the AQI throughout every single working day and e-mail the readings to all school staff for their further appropriate measure in the table below can be implemented. Colour indicators will be placed at all main entrances to indicate which measures are in force.
Huili has a uniform policy which all pupils and parents need to adhere to. School uniforms are believed to promote a sense of pride in our school and solidarity between pupils. School uniforms are expected to be worn appropriately by every pupil. Pupils are expected to present themselves in a neat, clean and professional manner at all times.
Sensible adherence to this policy is the responsibility of everyone in the school community. Parents, guardians, staff and pupils themselves all have a role to play in making it work.
The school chooses the world-leading food service company as its catering service provider. All pupils are required to eat school lunches, except for those with religious or medical considerations.
Parents are encouraged to provide a healthy and filling mid-morning snack for their child(ren). Please be aware that for health reasons, Huili endeavours to be a nut-free school and therefore foods containing nuts are not permitted on campus.