Campus Reopening Plan

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The International School of Port of Spain Task Force is working collaboratively to develop strategies and protocols that allow flexibility and transparency. Our priority is our community’s health and safety while staying true to our mission of developing passionate learners who strive for excellence and pursue their unique potential. 

We are committed to serve our students with programs that are engaging, flexible, and responsive to the current crisis. 

 


Status Updates

Please keep checking this page for latest updates to our guidelines, protocols and schedules.
Email correspondence will also be sent to the ISPS community confirming updates and changes.

 


Last Updated - 12 October, 2020
Current Learning Status - Online Learning

Due to the current situation in Trinidad and Tobago, ISPS is currently delivering an online distance learning program.

(See option #3 in the Educational Plans section below for details)

 

Task Force Objectives

 


 

The ISPS Reopening Task Force was established based on the following Values & Guiding Principles:
 

-   To develop a Responsible Reopening Plan for the 2020-21 academic year that prioritizes the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, and the wider ISPS community.

-   To provide an environment that meets the needs of our student body and ensures an enjoyable and successful educational experience during this challenging time. 
 


 

 


 


 


Educational Plans - Instructional Delivery Options

The following three options are being prepared for program delivery in this dynamic year. In the event that the TT borders remain closed and the ISPS physical campus is open, students who are out of the country will be able to follow along with live coverage of the lessons.

Please note that our tuition fees for next year have remained the same as the previous year. This rate applies to all three options

 

Health and Safety Plan

ISPS’s COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan seeks to protect the health and well-being of each individual member of the ISPS community. This plan takes into account more than physical health; emotional health and well-being are also important. ISPS has included the requirements from the Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Health in this plan, as well as best practices recommended by other international schools and international health organizations.

PLEASE CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW FOR DETAILS ON PROTOCOLS & EXPECTATIONS FOR EACH AREA.
 

Campus Access & Gatherings
Playgrounds
Cafeteria
Social Distancing
Drop-Off & Pick-Up
Face Coverings
Student Health
Classroom Materials
Hygiene & Cleaning
Extra-curricular Activities


 

Respecting Protocols


ISPS has many new policies and procedures in place to protect the health and safety of each member of the community. We understand that many of these make life inconvenient and take more time. Please respect the established protocols and do your best to abide by them.