The wellbeing of our students is of paramount importance. Our dedicated wellbeing programs focus on promoting physical health, mental well-being, and emotional resilience. Mindfulness sessions, counseling support, and fitness activities ensure that our students are equipped to thrive academically and personally. Our goal has always been to give our students a well-rounded form of education. That not only includes academic excellence or developing skills, but also to help our students develop emotional intelligence. The more emotionally intelligent they’ll be, the greater they’ll have the ability to empathise and care. Invictus is a place where open communication is the norm. Our students have the space to talk about things that concern them and affect them directly or indirectly. Though our students are taught to be independent and think for themselves, at Invictus, we set aside dedicated time to talk to our students about things that affect them on a day-to-day basis.
In order to provide timely and appropriate medical care, promote a healthy learning environment, and ensure overall safety and security of students and staff, we have a well-equipped infirmary. Designed with a focus on efficiency and functionality, it is a spacious and comfortable space with around ten beds where regular cleaning and disinfection protocols are followed to maintain a sterile environment. A dedicated and trained staff has been recruited; they pay prompt attention for any medical issues that arise during school hours and contribute to creating a healthy and secure learning environment
Coordinator is the first point of contact for both students and parents if there’s any concerns academically or otherwise.
The Coordinator of Student Welfare is a full-time member of staff who liaises closely with the academic staff to prevent and manage issues among students. The School Counsellor visits the school to offer students a chance to speak to an outside body on a confidential basis.