Creating a safe environment for students, and staff is one of the school's top priorities.

The school's targeted efforts in promoting safe behaviour amongst students includes teaching safety regulations and the basics of behaviour in potentially dangerous situations.


The school's compliance with safety requirements and standards is annually verified by authorised State agencies and—with established periodicity—by the international accreditation agency CIS (Council of International Schools).

The safety of the school encompasses:

- Creating conditions for preserving the lives and health of pupils, students, and staff from possible accidents, fires, and other emergencies.

- Implementing a system of measures to protect students and staff from internal and external threats, considering the actual state, technical condition of the school, conditions of organising the educational process, and preventive measures to prevent the occurrence of hazardous situations.

The formation and maintenance of the educational environment's safety is carried out through:

- Familiarising students and school staff with the rules of:

·  Safety regulations.

·  Safe behaviour in case of emergency.

- Collaboration between the school and external organisations in addressing issues related to comprehensive school safety.

- Monitoring compliance with internal regulations and safety rules.

- Monitoring the operation of security and fire alarm systems, as well as the condition of technical protection equipment.

- Ensuring the health and preservation of the lives of students and school staff.

- Quality control of food services.

- Psychological and pedagogical support of the educational process.

- Conducting activities to prevent bullying, training in fire safety, and anti-terrorism measures.