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ANNUAL INFORMATION

2019-2020


RECEPTION, FORBES HOUSE

All campus visitors must check-in and receive a badge. Monday to Friday (Term Time) Monday to Friday (School Holidays)

SCHOOL SHOP

Monday & Wednesday Tuesday & Thursday Friday

CENTRE FOR ENQUIRY Monday - Friday

0745 - 1745 0830 - 1200 & 1330 - 1630 1005 - 1035 & 1220 - 1415 1005 - 1035 & 1515 - 1720 1005 - 1035 0800 - 1700

HEALTH CENTRE

Appointments: 024 496 6133 | Emergency Mobile: 079 293 02 00 Monday-Saturday

0830 - 1200 1200 - 1245 1245 - 1600 1600 - 1700 from 2130

Open (Appointments Only) Closed, Lunch Open (Appointments Only) Open (Student drop-in Clinic) Closed (Emergency Nurse on Call)

Sunday

until 1400 Closed (Nurse on Call) 1400 - 2130 Open (Appointments Only) from 2130 Closed (Emergency Nurse on Call)

Students who feel unwell should in the first instance speak to their houseparents. If further advice is required, the houseparent will contact the Health Centre for an appointment. In the case of a medical emergency, a member of staff can call the duty nurse at any time, day or night, on the emergency mobile number.

ACCESSING INFORMATION ONLINE

The most recent and up-to-date information can always be found online. Please access iSAMS (isams.aiglon.ch) or download the mobile app. If you need any help with 2 Aiglon’s online services, speak to your tutor, houseparent or ICT.


SCHOOL & STUDENT LEADERSHIP Executive Director, Richard McDonald (RMM) Ext. 366 | director@aiglon.ch Bursar, Patricia Bremner Gadotti (PLB) Ext. 123 | bursar@aiglon.ch Head of School, Nicola Sparrow (NS12) Ext. 166 | head@aiglon.ch Deputy Head, Chris Chalcraft (CDC) Ext. 152 | studentlife@aiglon.ch Director of Admissions & Marketing, Valerie Scullion (VCS14) Ext. 126 | admissions@aiglon.ch Director of Learning, Tom Duckling (TMD17) Ext. 356 | TMD17@aiglon.ch Head of the Junior School, Stuart Hamilton (SBH13) Ext. 141 | junior@aiglon.ch Director of Development & Alumni Relations, Reid Ching (RAC19) Ext. 186 | RAC19@aiglonc.h Assistant Head (Curriculum), James Pigott (JAPI) Ext. 356 | JAPI@aiglon.ch Assistant Head (Senior Tutor), Esmond Tweedie (EMXT) Ext. 155 | EMXT@aiglon.ch Assistant Head (Student Life), Brian Martineau (BCM13) Ext. 116 | BCM13@aiglon.ch --Guardians: Sylvia Ang, Eloy Gorrono Piedra Prefects: Luza Aguilar Guimaraes, Ludwig Asberg Montgomery, Omar Baothman, Philip Bayntun, Marc Chu, Nina Dabrowska, Camilia Fateh, Ondine Peck-Voll, Egor Shmatok, Iana Timofeeva, Iona Vasilescu, Jan Wiacek

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ADMINISTRATION, ANCILLARY & WELLBEING Reception, Ext. 161 | reception@aiglon.ch Admissions Office, Ext. 177 |  admissions@aiglon.ch Development Office, Ext. 186 |  advancement@aiglon.ch Centre for Enquiry, Ext. 104 |  library@aiglon.ch Communications Office, Ext. 180 | communications@aiglon.ch Computer Services, Ext. 200 |  it@aiglon.ch Enterprise Office, Ext. 172 |  enterprise@aiglon.ch Estates Office, Ext. 165 |  estates@aiglon.ch Finance Office, Ext. 130 |  finance@aiglon.ch Gouvernante Générale, Ext. 110 |  gouvernante@aiglon.ch Operations Office, Ext. 109 |  dboperations@aiglon.ch Personnel Office, Ext. 125 |  personnel@aiglon.ch School Restaurant (Cuisine), Ext. 107 |  cuisine@aiglon.ch School Shop, Ext. 136 |  shop@aiglon.ch Studies Office, Ext. 170 |  curriculum@aiglon.ch Travel Office, Ext. 139 |  travel@aiglon.ch Health Centre, Ext. 331 |  health@aiglon.ch Wellbeing Coordinator, Ext. 354 |  pastoral@aiglon.ch Designated Safeguarding Lead, Ext. 152 | studentlife@aiglon.ch Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, Ext. 160

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Updated details are available online.


ACADEMIC & ACTIVITY DEPARTMENTS ​​​ Activities Coordinator, Ext. 163 | cascoordinator@aiglon.ch Biology, Ext. 147 | biology@aiglon.ch College & Careers Counselling, Ext. 375 | careers@aiglon.ch Chemistry, Ext. 184 | chemistry@aiglon.ch Drama, Ext. 159 | drama@aiglon.ch Economics, Business & Management | business@aiglon.ch English, Ext. 158 | english@aiglon.ch Environmental Systems & Societies | science@aiglon.ch Expeditions, Ext. 164 | expeditions@aiglon.ch Geography, Ext. 149 | geography@aiglon.ch History, history@aiglon.ch ICT, Ext. 129 | ict@aiglon.ch Learning Support, Ext. 160 | learningsupport@aiglon.ch Mathematics, Ext. 148 | maths@aiglon.ch Modern Languages, Ext. 157 | languages@aiglon.ch Music, Ext. 134 | music@aiglon.ch Physics, Ext. 147 | physics@aiglon.ch Physical Education, Ext. 173 | peandsports@aiglon.ch Round Square Coordinator, Ext. 163 | roundsquare@aiglon.ch Theory of Knowledge & Religious Studies, studies@aiglon.ch Visual Arts, Ext. 101 | art@aiglon.ch

Information may change after publication.

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BOARDING HOUSES

Alpina Staff on Duty: Ext. 211 | alpina@aiglon.ch Houseparent: Mr Léger Ext. 213 AHP: Mr Rumbold Ext. 214 Aide de Maison: Mr Jones Tutors: Mr Kilgour, Mrs Hamilton, Mr Turner, Ms Watson, Mr Willett Belvedere Houseparents: AHP:

Staff on Duty: Ext. 221 | belvedere@aiglon.ch Mr & Mrs Knight Ext. 223 Ms Lumsdaine Ext. 224

Tutors:

Mr Bayntun, Mr Dargaud, Mr Fairweather, Mr Hahn, Mrs Wright

Le Cerf Staff on Duty: Ext. 231 | lecerf@aiglon.ch Houseparent: Mrs Duckling Ext. 233 AHP: Ms Beatson Ext. 234 Aide de Maison: Ms Le Blond Tutors: Mr Coe, Ms Fons, Mr Krueger, Ms Prahin, Mr Saunders Clairmont Staff on Duty: Ext. 241 | clairmont@aiglon.ch Houseparent: Ms Lopez Sancho Ext. 243 AHP: Ms Broerse Ext. 244 Aide de Maison: Mrs Teal Tutors: Mr Chapman, Ms Ford, Mr Sparrow, Mr Teal, Ms Grinevskaya

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Visit www.aiglon.ch/calendar for latest updates.


School Diary, Autumn Term 2019

Delaware Staff on Duty: Ext. 251 | delaware@aiglon.ch Houseparent: Mr Haynes Ext. 253 AHP: Ms Knowles Ext. 254 Aide de Maison: Mrs Gaston Tutors: Mr Bland, Mrs Haynes, Mr Higgins, Mr Ligertwood, Mrs Hahn Exeter Staff on Duty: Ext. 261 | exeter@aiglon.ch Houseparent: Ms Tierney Ext. 263 AHP: Ms Vivian Ext. 264 Aide de Maison: Mrs MacDonald Tutors: Mrs Krueger, Mr Logie, Ms Jones, Ms Widdows, Ms Osborne St Louis Houseparents: AHP:

Staff on Duty: Ext. 291 | stlouis@aiglon.ch Mr & Mrs Goff Ext. 293 Ms Bilsland Ext. 294

Tutors: Mr Hayden, Mr Carter, Mr Coulson

La Baita Staff on Duty: Ext. 271 | labaita@aiglon.ch Houseparent: Mr Hamilton Ext. 273 AHP: Mr Martin Ext. 274 Aide de Maison: Ms Godinho Santos Tutors: Mr Machin, Mrs Hu, Ms Khan, Mrs Ray, Mr Wise La Casa Houseparent: DHP:

Staff on Duty: Ext. 281 | lacasa@aiglon.ch Mr & Mrs Rowntree Ext. 283 Mrs Luco Ext. 284

Tutors: Mrs Kellet-Smith, Mrs Thompson, Mrs Brooke

Information may change after publication.

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STAFF LIST AHMETI Mendushe Lingère AHMETI Mirjete Lingère AHMETI Valentina Femme de ménage ALLY Marie-Claude Health Centre Manager ARIFI Rinor Finance Assistant (Purchase Ledger) BAILLIF Olga French Teacher BALTASAR DOS SANTOS Alcino Technicien en maintenance BARBOSA Amelia Femme de ménage BARKER Seth Communication & Marketing Officer BARRÉ Frances Head of Chemistry BARRELL Ciara Teaching Assistant BARRETT Rebecca Expeditioner BAYNTUN Jonathon English Teacher BEATA Manuela Gouvernante Générale BEATA Marco Director of Estates BEATSON Jacqueline Assistant Houseparent Le Cerf BILSLAND Emily Assistant Houseparent St Louis BLACK Steve Speech and Drama Teacher BLAND Adam Maths Teacher BLONDEL Florie Sports Assistant BLOOR-BLACK Melanie Head of Drama BOVAY MUNRO Ingrid Assistant to the Enterprise Manager BREMNER GADOTTI Patricia Bursar BROERSE Hannah Assistant Houseparent Clairmont BROOKE Louise Head of English, Spiritual Coordinator CALISE Laurent Technicien en maintenance CARDOSO Joao Technicien en maintenance, Chef d’Equipe CARTER Ian Head of MFL CHALCRAFT Chris Deputy Head, PE Teacher CHAMSEDDINE Farid Arabic Teacher CHAPMAN Peter Chemistry Teacher, Physics Teacher CHAPMAN Sarah Expeditioner CHING Reid Director of Development & Alumni Relations CLAVIJO FLORES Paola Femme de ménage COE Anthony Business Management + Economics Teacher COE Asami Japanese Teacher CORNISH Mike Service and Spiritual Life Leader COULSON David Head of Economics and Business Management COZZAROLO Alexandre Technicien en maintenance CROFT Andy Deputy Bursar (Operations) CRUZ FERREIRA Damiaò Finance Assistant DA SILVA FERNANDES Lidia Femme de ménage

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Please contact Personnel for any questions or changes.


School Diary, Autumn Term 2019 DA SILVA Marc DA SILVA SANTOS Ondina DARGAUD Nicolas DE ALMEIDA C. R. Sonia DE ANDRADE G. N. Rosa DE SOUSA FERREIRA Sandra DE S. MARTINIANO Maria DELAC Dajana DEVANTHERY Nelly DEVEAUX Maria Teresa DONNET Rosa DRAPER Christopher DUCKLING Katherine DUCKLING Tomas DUPERTUIS Manon EARL Mervyn EGAN Samantha ELLIOTT Mary FAIRWEATHER David FANELLA-KOCH Patience FARIA FERNANDES M. Nélia FERGUSON Hannah FERGUSSON Katherine FERNANDES BOTELHO Fatima FERNANDES G. Aurea FERREIRA DA S. L. Fatima FITZGERALD Ruth FONS Maria FORD Jiongzhou FOXWELL Victoria FUENTES VILAS Maria GAILLARD Marine GASTON Jackie GASTON Nigel GEORGE Deon GERHARDT John GERHARDT Tanya GODINHO SANTOS Carla GOFF Martin GOFF Sue

Technicien en maintenance, Chargé de sécurité Femme de ménage Head of French Lingère Lingère Femme de ménage Femme de ménage Femme de ménage Personnel Officer Secretary to the Health Centre Femme de ménage Head of Chemistry Housemistress Le Cerf, English Teacher Director of Learning, TOK Teacher, Psychology Teacher Finance Assistant (Fees Ledger) Science/Art Technician Class Teacher Year 5/6 Music Teacher (Cello) Physics Teacher, Round Square Coordinator Director of College and Career Counselling Femme de ménage Nurse Nurse Lingère Femme de ménage Femme de ménage Wellbeing Coordinator French and Spanish Teacher Mandarin Teacher Expeditioner Femme de ménage Academic Assistant House Aide Delaware, Head of Instrumental Music Head of Music Sports Centre Manager Senior Computer Services Technician Maths Teacher Femme de ménage, House Aide La Baita Houseparent St Louis, English Teacher Houseparent St Louis

Information may change after publication.

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STAFF LIST GONCALVES SILVA Liliana GRCAR Anja GRINEVSKAYA Irina GRUJICIC Nada GRÜTER Annemarie HAGAN Bryn HAMILTON Laura HAMILTON Stuart HANN Des HANN Emily HANNINGER Wolfgang HARRIS Lindy HAYDEN Simon HAYNES Naomi HAYNES Timothy HEATHFIELD Stephanie HIGGINS Thomas HU Yuanyuan ISOZ Francine IULIANI RENDA Valérie JESKANEN Pia JONES Brent JONES Liz JORDAAN Andre JORDAN Laurence KAN Jane KASCELAN Dragana KELLETT-SMITH Lara KILGOUR Rory KNIGHT Jesse KNIGHT Kate KNOWLES Alison KOHLI Geneviève KOSZALI Estelle KRÜGER Kathrin KRÜGER Thomas LA MARCA Luigi LEBLOND Viola LEFEBVRE Ginny

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Nurse, Summer School Staff Receptionist Russian Teacher, EAL Teacher Femme de ménage Receptionist Nurse Environmental Systems and societies Teacher, Assistant IB Coordinator (Extended Essay) Head of Junior School, Religious Studies Teacher, Housemaster La Baita English Teacher Drama Teacher Music Teacher (Saxophone & Clarinet) Independent Listener Head of Physical Education Biology Teacher, Service Coordinator Housemaster Delaware, Maths Teacher Senior Admissions Officer Head of Mathematics Mandarin Teacher Nurse’s Assistant Exam Officer, Studies Office Assistant House Aide Exeter House Aide Alpina Art Teacher Director of Computer Services Assistant to the Bursar, Recruitment Assistant Head of Learning Support Femme de ménage Geography Teacher, English Teacher Geography Teacher Houseparent Belvedere, History Teacher, Religious Studies Teacher, TOK Teacher Houseparent Belvedere, PSHE Coordinator Assistant Houseparent Delaware Travel Secretary PA to the Executive Director and Head of School Head of EAL, German Teacher, English Teacher Maths Teacher Music Teacher (Percussion) House Aide Le Cerf MIS Coordinator

Please contact Personnel for any questions or changes.


School Diary, Autumn Term 2019 LEGER Daniel LIGERTWOOD Ivor LOGIE Carol LOGIE George LOPEZ SANCHO Mila LOVATEL Vicki LUCO Francisca LUMSDAINE Katie MACHIN Jason MANSFIELD David MANSFIELD Lindsey MANSFIELD Sarah MARTIN Guy MARTIN Jeremy MARTINEAU Brian MASON Jamie MATOS M. Margarida McDONALD Richard MILETTO Edith MISINI Ajshe Lingère MORAIS Elisabete MORISOD Félicie MOSS David MYFORD Melanie NAJI Rachida NAVARRO Marianne NIKOLIC Slava NORTON Ashley NOVELLI Jean-Pierre O’HARA Helen OLIVEIRA PINTO Teresa OLIVER Mark ORTET Christine OSBORNE Natalie PASCHE Milica PEGADO Régina PEIXOTO DA SILVA Eliane PERRIER Patrick

Housemaster Alpina, Geography Teacher, History Teacher, PSHE Teacher, TOK Teacher English Teacher Assistant to College & Careers Counselling Office Maths Teacher Housemistress Clairmont, Spanish Teacher Class Teacher, Literacy Teacher Deputy Houseparent La Casa, Head of Spanish, PSHE Teacher Assistant Houseparent Belvedere Computer Science Teacher Ski Race Team Manager French & English Tutor PE Teacher Expeditioner Assistant Houseparent La Baita Assistant Head, Music Teacher (Academic) Music Teacher (Piano) Femme de ménage Executive Director Assistant Director of College & Careers Counselling Femme de ménage Administrative Assistant Technicien en maintenance Librarian Femme de ménage Biology and Chemistry Teacher Femme de ménage AV and sound Technician Computer Services Technician Admissions Assistant, PA to the Director of Admissions & Marketing Lingère Expeditioner School Shop & Stationery Store Manager Learning Support Teacher Femme de ménage Lingère Lingère Music Teacher (Guitar)

Information may change after publication.

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STAFF LIST PETKOVIC Milica Femme de ménage PIGOTT James Assistant Head (Curriculum), Biology Teacher PIRES BARBOSA E. Paula Femme de ménage POROES BATISTA C. Paula Femme de ménage POUSAZ Frédéric IT & AV Technician PRAHIN Laetitia French Teacher, German Teacher PRATI Massimo Italian Teacher QUEIROZ PEDRO Ana Lucia Portuguese Teacher RAMONDA ESTOPPEY Marianna Personnel Officer RAY Eileen Business Management Teacher REY-MERMET Aline Finance Assistant (General) REYNOLDS-WRIGHT Peter History Teacher RHYNER Caroline Geography Teacher RODRIGUES Bernadete Femme de ménage ROSADO CORREIA Graça Femme de ménage ROSADO CORREIA Margarida Femme de ménage ROSA-GUERREIRO Irène Femme de ménage ROSE Angus Ski Race Development Squad Coach ROWNTREE Alanna Houseparent La Casa ROWNTREE Simon Houseparent La Casa, Religious Studies Teacher, TOK Teacher, Philosophy Teacher, Assistant IB Coordinator (TOK) RUMBOLD Nick Assistant Houseparent Alpina, Activities Coordinator SAKIC Jack Music Teacher (Guitar) SALAMIN Eléonore Music Teacher (Upper strings) SANDRI Karen Senior Advancement Officer SAUNDERS Steven Head of Geography SCHMID Aurélie Finance Assistant (General) SCOTT Matthew PA to Deputy Head SCOTT Robin Music Teacher (Trumpet) SCOTT Sophie Operations Assistant SCULLION Valerie Director of Admissions & Marketing SCUPHAM Roger German Teacher, SSST Teacher SEKINE (BARR) Natsuko Japanese Teacher SELMONAJ Blerina Finance Assistant (Purchase Ledger) SMITH Ben Expeditioner SOUQUET Sharon Speech and Drama Teacher SOUSA Maria Femme de ménage SPARROW Adrian Maths Teacher SPARROW Nicola Head of School SPRÜNGLI Monique Deputy Bursar (Finance)

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Please contact Personnel for any questions or changes.


School Diary, Autumn Term 2019 STEWARD Luke STJEPANOVIC Mirjana STOREY Natasha SUTER Carol TEAL Nick TEAL Sophie THIERRY PALOMINO Valeria THOMAS Louise THOMPSON Michael THOMPSON Tanya TIERNEY Claire TURNER John TWEEDIE Esmond TWEEDIE Fiona VIRET Lynn VIVIAN Katie Assistant VUKOVIC Ruza WATSON Florence WIDDOWS Lucy WILDEBOER Nathalie WILKS Chris WILLETT Claire WILLETT Peter WILSON Richard WISE Darren WISEMAN Gemma WRIGHT Tracey YENDELL Elaina

Admissions Officer Femme de ménage Librarian Nurse History Teacher House Aide Clairmont, Performing Arts Assistant Music Teacher (Guitar) Head of Expeditions Head of Sport, PE Teacher English Teacher Housemistress Exeter, English Teacher Head of Physics, Survey Coordinator Assistant Head (Senior Tutor), IB Coordinator, Economics Teacher Enterprise Manager Maths Teacher Houseparent Exeter Femme de ménage French Teacher Head of History, UK University Counsellor Advancement Assistant IT Technician Nurse Head of Art Expeditioner Director of ICT, ICT Teacher Teaching Assistant Maths Teacher, International Award Coordinator Laboratory Technician

Information may change after publication.

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TERM DATES | 2019 - 2020 AUTUMN TERM 2019 29 - 31 August Staff development days

Saturday, 31 August New students arrive and all students return

Monday, 02 September Lessons commence Friday, 18 October - Sunday, 03 November Autumn half term break Monday, 04 November Lessons commence

Friday, 13 December Autumn term 2019 ends

WINTER TERM 2020 Saturday, 04 January All students return

Monday, 06 January Lessons commence

Friday, 07 February - Sunday, 16 February Winter half term break Monday, 17 February Lessons commence

Friday, 20 March Winter term 2020 ends

SUMMER TERM 2020 Saturday, 04 April All students return

Monday, 06 April Lessons commence

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School Diary, Autumn Term 2019 IMPORTANT NOTES ON TERM DATES Please note that on return dates, the following is expected: junior school boarders should return to houses between 16h00 and 18h00 and senior school borders should return to houses between 1800 and 2000. Please note that on departure dates, the following is expected: students may not depart school until after 1220, or until the end of junior or senior prize giving ceremonies. Please check online for any changes to term dates or for provisional dates for the next academic year: www.aiglon.ch/news/term-dates

Information may change after publication.

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AIGLON WORKING DAY & WEEKDAY EVENINGS Monday - Friday 0755 - 0815

MON: Tutor Time, TUE: School Assembly WED/FRI: Meditation, THU: Faith Groups/Meditation

0820 - 0910

Period 1*

0915 - 1005

Period 2*

1005 - 1035

Break (Monday, Staff Notices)

1035 - 1125

Period 3*

1130 - 1220

Period 4*

1220 - 1415

Years 5 - 10, Lunch* 1220 - 1320

Years 11 - 13, Period 5a* 1225 - 1315

Years 5 - 10, Period 5b* 1325 - 1415

Years 11 - 13, Lunch* 1315 - 1415

1420 - 1510 1515 - 1615

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Period 6* Period 7* Ends 1605

Activities Session One* Ends 1615

1620 - 1720

Activities Session Two* Years 12 & 13 Villars Permission*

1745 - 1815

Dinner or House Meetings*

1815 - 1845

Dinner or House Meetings*

1845 - 2015

Prep Session with Tutor Meetings

Visit www.aiglon.ch/calendar for latest updates.


School Diary, Autumn Term 2019 Autumn & Summer Weekday Evenings 2015 - 2130

Senior School Evening Free Time* Houses and Sports Centre open until 2125

2130 2200

Years 9 - 11, Return to houses* Years 12 - 13, Return to houses*

2130 2200 2215 2230

Years 5 - 8, Lights out Years 9 - 10, Lights out Year 11, Lights out Years 12 - 13, Lights out

Winter Weekday Evenings 2015 - 2100

Senior School Evening Free Time* Houses and Sports Centre open until 2055

2100 2130

Years 9 - 11, Return to houses* Years 12 - 13, Return to houses*

2100 2130 2145 2200

Years 5 - 8, Lights out Years 9 - 10, Lights out Year 11, Lights out Years 12 - 13, Lights out

* Asterisks indicates required registration, check-in or check-out slot. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and bedtime checks are carried out each day during term time by Houses in addition to registrations in lessons, activities and other formal school events. This schedule also applies to any students who arrive back to school early or who leave late and are therefore outside the normal term time routines.

Information may change after publication.

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AIGLON WEEKENDS & WEEKEND EVENINGS Saturday Daytime 1000

Breakfast*

1215 - 1315

Lunch*

1315 - 1730

School Campus / Villars Permission*

1700 - 1800

House Registration*

1830

Dinner Years 12 & 13 Villars Permission* Years 9 - 11 School Campus

Sunday Daytime 1030 - 1230

Brunch

1245 - 1300

House Registration*

1300 - 1730

School Campus / Villars Permission*

1730

House Meeting & House Dinner*

* Asterisks indicates required registration, check-in or check-out slot. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and bedtime checks are carried out each day during term time by Houses in addition to registrations in lessons, activities and other formal school events. This schedule also applies to any students who arrive back to school early or who leave late and are therefore outside the normal term time routines.

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Visit www.aiglon.ch/calendar for latest updates.


School Diary, Autumn Term 2019 Autumn & Summer Saturday Evenings 2130 2200 2230

Years 9 - 10, Return to houses* Year 11, Return to houses* Years 12 - 13, Return to houses*

2200 2230 2245 2300

Years 5 - 8, Lights out Years 9 - 10, Lights out Year 11, Lights out Years 12 - 13, Lights out

Winter Saturday Evenings 2100 2130 2200

Years 9 - 10, Return to houses* Year 11, Return to houses* Years 12 - 13, Return to houses*

2130 2200 2215 2230

Years 5 - 8, Lights out Years 9 - 10, Lights out Year 11, Lights out Years 12 - 13, Lights out

Autumn & Summer Sunday Evenings 2100 2130 2145 2200

Years 5 - 8, Lights out Years 9 - 10, Lights out Year 11, Lights out Years 12 - 13, Lights out

Winter Sunday Evenings 2030 2100 2115 2130

Years 5 - 8, Lights out Years 9 - 10, Lights out Year 11, Lights out Years 12 - 13, Lights out

Information may change after publication.

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STUDENT BEHAVIOUR CODE Students are accepted at Aiglon on the understanding that they make a sincere commitment to pursuing the general aims of Aiglon and show the effort and will to achieve them. Amongst other things, this means that students and their parents should be prepared to carefully study the expectations and statement of principles of Aiglon. This behaviour code for students contains certain specifically chosen school rules. In choosing to highlight these rules, the School is drawing attention to certain ‘markers’ which, if observed, provide a strong framework for a safe, healthy, supportive and self-disciplined community. Such a community is a place where the highest achievements and ideals may be successfully pursued. Students and their parents should be aware that:

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Any student who uses or possesses illegal drugs or substances, or seeks to procure them, transport them or brings them to school, cannot expect to remain a member of Aiglon. Substance testing: fully random, as well as random samples within a targeted group, are used as part of our anti-drugs programme. Smoking (on or off campus) is banned in the interest of health. This includes all smoking related products, for example, snuff, e-cigarettes, vaping or other devices / methods. Drinking alcohol is not permitted for all students except those in Years 12 and 13 (aged 16 or over) who, by virtue of their position and age, may have the privilege of drinking, with parental and houseparent consent, wine or beer in moderation, but not spirits, alcopops, cocktails, apéritifs or other distilled drinks. Possession of unauthorised sums of extra money (undeclared money exceeding the pocket money guidance) is unacceptable and will normally result in confiscation and a sanction.

Read Aiglon’s handbook online: aiglon.ch/handbook


School Diary, Autumn Term 2019

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Respect for other people’s possessions is vitally important for the School community to thrive. Therefore, any form of theft is dealt with very seriously and may lead to suspension or expulsion. Insensitive, offensive behaviour, including aggression, bullying, cyberbullying and sexual misconduct is unacceptable and may lead to suspension or expulsion. Public displays of intimacy which cause others to be embarrassed are totally inappropriate. Couples will not be alone together in a closed room without specific authorisation and supervision from an adult. Acts of sexual intimacy or cases where students are found in compromising situations, may lead to suspension or expulsion. Hate speech is seen by Aiglon as public expressions which spread, incite, promote or justify hatred, discrimination or hostility towards a specific group. Students involved in any form of hate speech will need to demonstrate, through their actions, they have learnt it is not acceptable and should they continue in this manner their place within the Aiglon community will be put in jeopardy. Serious breaches of school rules (usually, but not exclusively, involving drugs, alcohol, smoking, theft, bullying, violence, sexual misconduct) will lead to a disciplinary panel and are likely to lead to sanctions that may include suspension and expulsion.

Information may change after publication.

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STUDENT BEHAVIOUR CODE Students and parents should be aware of the following:

The School reserves the right to administer regular and random tests for drugs, alcohol or other substances, based on urine and/or saliva or other appropriate samples, and to take any necessary measures to prevent attempts to falsify such tests. Whilst the holidays are properly a time for relaxation, young people should not be given complete freedom to indulge in a lifestyle which is contrary to what is expected at School. Apart from the confusion of double standards which this creates, it markedly increases the danger of serious rule-breaking during term time In a small village community, the behaviour of Aiglon’s students in their free time and at weekends is an important factor in forming the School’s reputation locally. The same is particularly true of day students, given the greater freedom that they may enjoy at weekends. Day students should respect all school rules and codes of behaviour, whether that be during free time in the evenings or at weekends. The school expects the cooperation of its day parents in ensuring that their children observe this. Misconduct of any kind outside Aiglon, or via communications media, will be subject to school discipline if the welfare of a student, or the culture or good name of the school is placed at risk.

A full copy of the School’s handbook is available on Aiglon’s website.

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Read Aiglon’s handbook online: aiglon.ch/handbook


SEEKINGSchool HELP: Diary, ADVICE Autumn FOR STUDENTS Term 2019 From time to time everyone experiences difficulties and problems. At such times, it can be very helpful to talk to someone. Aiglon encourages students to seek advice from trusted, responsible adults. Most importantly, the school wishes to foster an atmosphere of trust on the campus. Although the Houseparents and Tutors are there to help and advise, there may be occasions when students would prefer to talk to someone else. There are a number of people willing to be contacted: School & House Prefects Wellbeing Coordinator

+41 24 496 6354 / +41 79 514 2270

Deputy Head

+41 79 517 09 71

Designated Safeguarding Lead Head of Learning Support

+41 79 834 35 89

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead Health Centre Staff

+41 24 496 61 31

Head of School

+41 24 496 61 56

Head of the Junior School

+41 24 496 61 40

Independent Listener

+41 24 496 64 44

SOS Enfants 114 Call 0114 from school phone. Local children’s services help line. Calls are free and confidential and can be made in English, French or German. Child Rights International Network Search “CRIN”, an international site where you can access help line numbers for your home country or region. Additional Helpful Links Drugs Advice, Search “talktofrank” Sexual Health Advice ~ Search “sexualhealthtopics.nhs” Anti-Bullying Advice ~ Search “childline”

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2019-2020 Annual Information  

Important information and key contact details for Aiglon College. This information is updated each year. This booklet does not include the s...

2019-2020 Annual Information  

Important information and key contact details for Aiglon College. This information is updated each year. This booklet does not include the s...