Hanoi City area code prefix changes from 04 to 024 starting from 17 June 2017, therefore, UNIS Hanoi telephone number is now changed accordingly .
You will be able to use both the old and the new area codes prefix for a month after the change, then the old code (04) will stop working.
Call us at 024 37581551 from outside Hanoi City or with your mobile phones.
It is not necessary to dial the area code to call within Hanoi using a landline.
Child Protection is our Priority
UNIS Hanoi is committed to providing a safe environment for all students. The UNIS Hanoi Board of Directors has adopted a child protection policy (2.1.4 School Policy Document) and reviews and updates corresponding regulations and programming every three years.
As a United Nations founded institution, UNIS Hanoi endorses the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child. Additionally, the school strictly adheres to all applicable local statutes with regard to child protection. At UNIS Hanoi, each child’s welfare is paramount. We ensure that our students enjoy the right to be protected from harm and exploitation and to have their welfare safeguarded.
UNIS Hanoi has formulated and implemented a comprehensive Child Protection Programme. Our effort to ensure the safeguarding of students begins with our careful vetting and selection of new staff. We practice a safe hiring regimen. Potential employees are thoroughly screened to ensure that they have no issues in their background that could pose a threat to our students. The School demands that contractors whose employees are on our campus conduct the same type of background screening that we do for our own employees. UNIS Hanoi directors, employees, contractors and volunteers agree to abide by the school’s Code of Conduct with regard to proper interactions with students.
The school promotes its child safeguarding efforts in an ongoing fashion. Our programme focuses on providing prevention, protection and support. As part of our efforts, we:
- Require all staff to report suspicions or disclosures of abuse or neglect to school authorities
- Train teachers annually to recognize abuse and how to respond
- Educate students on awareness and self-protection
- Enforce a closed campus, use video surveillance and have modified facilities to enhance protection
- Perform child protection risk assessments for events and activities that affect our students
- Network with community and health services for holistic referrals
- Network with local authorities and the diplomatic community to ensure offender accountability.
- For more detailed information please visit our Child Protection Resources website intended to be a practical guide for faculty, staff and parents.
- A Child Protection Handbook will soon be available.
- For any questions please contact our Child Protection Leader, Marc Vermeire (Middle School Principle)