Our Mission

Healthy–Mind International School (HIS) rests on the bedrock of the true essence of education, which is – to make a child an eminently valuable contributor to the world we live in. Our goal is to build a new generation of lifelong learners, whose specialization or career is just a by-product of their evolved mind, to become not just ordinary, but extraordinary adults with high order thinking skills that will help them to attain professional as well as personal success.

We believe that the real key to education is to unlock the mind and to make it open, accepting, and curious. We also believe that the true meaning of education is not to pour into you what you do not need but to bring out what you already have and help you to enhance it to become the best that you can. At HIS, every child will have access to professional training and coaching in the sphere of Tennis, Swimming, Football, and other allied sports with world-class facilities. Along with sports and academics, the child’s sense modalities will be stimulated through a host of co-curricular activities like dance, music, theatre, yoga, art, etc. Our professionally trained teachers will create a joyful learning environment to focus on unique talent/s in every child rather than focusing merely on filling up their minds with textbook knowledge. For far too long, the belief has been that career building is the quintessence of education, but we challenge this age-old redundant notion. Instead, our goal is to build a new generation of lifelong learners who will become global citizens and leaders in their individual professions.

Our Vision

To empower our Students, Faculty, and Parents to become Lifelong Learners and Masters of their lives with an INFINITE Vision to Excel professionally as well personally by discovering their unique TALENTS & INFINITE possibilities.


Healthy-Mind International School takes its institutional role seriously towards the safety of all students entrusted to its care and seek to provide a safe and secure learning environment for their physical, emotional and academic development.
HIS believes that no child should be subjected to any form of abuse and is fully aware of its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all students by a commitment to guide and protect them.
We understand the importance of every child; therefore, all children who are students of HIS, irrespective of age, gender, race, and religious background, will be valued, paid attention to, and given equal right to protection from all kinds of abuse.

Purpose of Policy & Procedures

This Child Protection Policy applies to all staff, including members of the Board of Trustees, paid staff, teachers, volunteers and sessional workers, agency staff, students or anyone representing HIS.
This Child Protection Policy is documented to:
  • Provide safety and protection to each and every child while under the care of HIS.
  • Provide teachers, staff members, parents and volunteers with guidance on procedures and principles to be implemented in the event that a child is suspected to be experiencing, or be at risk of harm or abuse.
If anyone is found to be a defaulter of this Child Protection Policy, HIS will conduct a full investigation following a carefully scrutinized course of due process, keeping the safety of the child at the utmost priority and in compliance with Government Child Protection laws.
HIS will regularly, on annual basis, review and update its Child Protection Policy to ensure its relevance and enforcement.


A child is anyone who has not attained the age of 18years.
Abuse is any form of violence or maltreatment repeatedly inflicted on an individual – child or adult.
Child abuse and neglect are violations of a child’s human rights to learn and grow freely.

Definition of Abuse

Physical Abuse

Physical abuse may include:
  • Suffocating, drowning, biting, bruises, burns, sprains, dislocations.
  • Self-destructive tendencies.
  • Aggressiveness towards others.


Bullying is the act of using force or threat repeatedly to intimidate with the sole intention to hurt or cause harm.
Any teacher or staff member who receives complaints regarding bullying or witnesses a child being bullied should take the required action to stop it, without exposing himself/herself and the victim to any danger.
Staff should direct serious cases of bullying to the appropriate office for immediate action to be taken up.

Cyber Bullying

Cyber Bullying, unlike other types of bullying, can happen anytime anywhere - a child can be bullied when one might be thinking that they are safe especially when they are alone. Cyber bullying has a negative impact on a child’s emotional, psychological and social wellbeing.
Cyber Bullying includes:
  • Sending threatening or abusive text messages.
  • Making silent, hoax or abusive calls.
  • Creating and sharing embarrassing images or videos.
  • Sending of menacing or upsetting messages on social networks, chat rooms or other online portals.

Sexual abuse

Sexual abuse is associated with abuse of a child through sexual exploitations. It involves luring or forcing a child to partake in sexual engagements, in which case, the child might be aware or ignorant of what he/she is doing.
Sexual abuse may involve:
  • Physical contacts such as penetrative sex (rape or oral sex) or non-penetrative sexual acts.
  • Non-contact sexual activities such as involving a child to watch pornographic materials or other sexual related activities.
Any case of sexual abuse must be reported immediately to the appropriate office.

Emotional abuse

Emotional abuse is any form of abuse that causes severe damage to the emotional development of a child. These may consist of:
  • Telling children that they are unloved, inefficient, dumb, or inadequate.
  • Having interactions that are beyond a child’s developmental capability.
  • Indulging children in activities that frighten or scare them.

Domestic abuse

Domestic abuse takes place at home and can adversely affect children in all aspects of child development.
In the event where a teacher or staff member notices that a child may be a victim of domestic violence, he/she should attempt finding out. Also, in extreme cases, the appropriate authority should be notified.

Continual Revision of Policies

Continual reflection and revision are essential to enhance the learning experience and stay current with any advancements. To this end, we revise and update our policies at the beginning of each academic year.

Current revision: August 2021