Bus & Canteen
- A nut-free school for the safety and health of all our students
- A canteen with balanced meals for students on each campus
- A school bus service is also offered by external providers
Should you wish to use the bus services, please contact the bus company directly to inquire and register.
The school restaurant
The school restaurants provide registered children with a proper and balanced meal. They also play an educational role on food, hygiene, manners and community life.
Everyday a complete and balanced meal composed of five essential elements is provided for students from reception to secondary school.
For those who do not wish to register for the canteen, they can bring their own lunch box .
Our supplier, Chartwells, gives you the choice to enrol day per day, for a month, a term or a year through their dedicated website: http://info.compass-hk.com/fis/index.html.
Menus are available on their website
Further information on your parent portal under Websites > School Information
A canteen committee has been set up to provide coordination between parents, Chartwells and FIS. Contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We remind you that our school has made a commitment to be a nut-free zone for the safety and health of all our students.
NO NUTS OR FOOD CONTAINING NUTS are to be brought to any FIS campus or on any school trips.
School bus services are available for FIS families who wish to enroll.
FIS works with different companies according to the campus and the geographical location of your home. The school bus itineraries are prepared by the bus company and offer a service matching school hours. The pick-up time is defined at the beginning of the school year.
Registration is directly with the bus companies.
- Kwoon Chung Motors Co: http://school.kcm.com.hk/fis/
- Yang May Lee: http://www.schoolbusservice.net/
- Cheermate limited: email@example.com
- KK Coach: firstname.lastname@example.org
For bus companies contact details, please refer to the 'Bus Company List' documents on the right side of the page.
A parent bus committee has been set up to provide basic information and coordination between parents and bus companies. Email your thoughts, questions and ideas to: email@example.com
Public transport in Hong Kong is quite reliable and vast.
Children from 3 to 11 years old can have a discount octopus card.
Students from 12 to 25 years old can apply to a specific scheme.
More information on MTR website here.