The Bali Campus canteen is operated by an external provider, Kreol Kitchen, which has more than 10 years’ experience in providing quality homemade food and beverages. The canteen provides a wide variety of hot & cold snacks and meals for all students and staff. Parents are also welcome to purchase from the canteen.
The canteen aims to ensure that the food offered is as high a quality as a parent’s homemade creations, including the following standards:
The Bali Canteen team consists of 5 full-time employees, and is led by expatriate, Annick LeBasse. Annick has extensive catering experience including running her own café in Bali. Pak Ketut is the head cook with many years of experience and assisted by Pak Aan and Ibu Kartini. Pak Nano is responsible for the beverage and Pak Ricky completes the team as the cashier.
The canteen endeavours to serve snacks and meals which are as warm and fresh as possible. Meals are served as close to lunchtime as possible.
For Preschool, class teaching assistants collect snacks and lunches ordered from the canteen and the food is eaten in the classrooms together with classmates. For Foundation until Year 12, children collect their own snacks and lunch from the canteen and eat in the dining area.
Weekly special menus are available as an attachment to the school's weekly electronic newsletter. Hard copies of the menu and order forms are also available in administration office and in the canteen.
To help the canteen manage quantities pre-order can be done one day before at the latest, although same-day orders may be accepted early in the morning, where possible.
The canteen operates on a cashless set up. Parents and students can deposit money onto their school account through the school office.
Direct purchases of snack items and drinks are possible by children from Foundation Year Level and above. For weekly menu direct purchase at lunchtime is discouraged, as there is no guarantee that there will be any food left once the pre orders are filled. However no need to worry that student will not get food for lunch, the canteen will always ready for regular menu such as pies.
There are vegetarian options available every day. Upon requests, canteen staff will try to help on individual students’ special dietary needs.
Given the quality ingredients used and the great variety of offerings, meals are still competitively priced – ranging from Rp. 15,000 to Rp. 30,000 for snack items and from Rp. 15,000 to Rp. 50,000 for meals.
Absences and Refunds
A single or two way bus service operates in Bali. Directly maintained and operated by AIS, our school bus service is organised by trusted staff trained in child-protection. Every bus is equipped with a CCTV camera to monitor the safety of passengers..
Parents may select from either a single or two-way bus service. For fee information, click here
The safety of your child and the security of our campuses is of utmost importance to AIS. Consequently all the school campus grounds and the exit / entry procedures have been carefully planned with your child’s safety in mind and are continuously monitored.
All parents, staff and other authorized people are issued photo identity badges which need to be scanned at the entry point
No person is allowed access to any child without prior written consent/ notification by the authorized care giver/parent.
We have procedures in place to maximize the safety of our children when toileting and changing after Physical Education and Swimming activities.
CCTV surveillance is used at all locations deemed to require extra supervision, including school buses.
At AIS we are highly conscious of the requirement for a child safety program for all class levels which helps students become aware of potential dangers and protective strategies and support.
Our intensive Child Safe course therefore aims at encouraging children to identify unsafe situations or potentially unsafe situations and to develop practical strategies to preserve their physical and emotional safety.
The program is based on two major premises:
1. We all have the right to feel safe all the time.
2. Nothing is so awful that we can't talk with someone about it.
There are two corresponding core concepts:
Early Warning Signs
Children are encouraged to recognise their feelings of safety in different situations. When we feel unsafe, our bodies tell us through physical sensations that something is wrong.
Children are encouraged to develop a ‘Safety Network’ of trusted adults who will listen to them, believe them and help them if they need help. Networks of trusted people should be people children can talk to about all things, whether they are good or of a concern to them. In a personal emergency, children are encouraged to use safety strategies and personal networks.
The school’s evacuation plan ensures that all staff and students are well briefed on how to act in either a lockdown or evacuation emergency. In the event of any decision to evacuate, lockdown or vary the normal routine, our first priority is to ensure the safety of the children, and then to inform parents as quickly as possible. It should be stressed that these are emergency procedures only and there is no suggestion that they will be required. AIS, however, conducts regular evacuation and lockdown drills to ensure that the process can operate smoothly.
All students are expected to wear the correct AIS uniform and be neat and well-groomed. Unless otherwise specified, students are expected to wear their uniform at all times when attending school or representing the school. The appropriate Physical Education uniform should be worn for all such lessons and sporting events.
Academic Uniform Guidelines
Note: If a T-shirt is worn under the batik shirt, the shirt must be done up at all times. Students with long hair must tie their hair up neatly.
Years 7 to 10 students
Years 11 and 12 students