Yes, if the request, along with tickets are sent well in time, the school will arrange them to be accompanied by an escort. However, this facility is only for the beginning and end of term, and during the mid-term break. For exeats, the responsibility lies with the parent or local guardian.
We have a fully functioning infirmary with a Resident Medical Officer and a team of 5 nurses who are on campus and on call 24/7 for primary care. We also have tie ups with several of the top specialist hospitals for referrals and secondary care.
In case your child is on medication the medical staff keeps the medicines with them and ensures the are dispersed at the appropriate times.
Exeat weekends are weekends where students may leave the campus with either their parents or local guardians. Certain weekends are marked as “non exeat” as on those days the students need to be on campus for extra classes or a school event.
Students may leave by 3:15pm – 3:30pm on Friday afternoons and must return to school by 6:00pm on Sunday evening.
Yes, the first prep (before dinner) is attended by teachers of different subjects on rotation. Closer to the exams, several teachers come to the residences after dinner as well as in the afternoons on the weekends to address boarders’ academic needs.
Pathways World School runs a state-of-the-art, modern fully equipped kitchen, and dining hall. With multi-cuisine meals, our food is prepared under strict hygiene norms to ensure quality and a good nutrition for every child. While the cuisine is primarily vegetarian, our boarders are offered non-vegetarian options three times a week at a venue adjoining the campus.