Emirati schools send an important message to parents to ensure the safety of students

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Emirati schools convey a crucial message to parents to ensure their children's safety.

"Safety is more important than money," said the UAE schools, urging parents not to utilize any illicit transportation services.

Schools in the Emirates warn against using illegal transportation methods.

We advise students in the Emirates not to use any illegal transportation methods.

Drivers and nannies who work for authorized school buses receive training that teaches them to perform comprehensive inspections of the vehicle before locking and leaving it.

Educators and road safety experts have emphasized the importance of parents prioritizing their children's safety over financial concerns.

Parents should also make certain that any facility that their children use is "certified fit for use" by the appropriate authorities.

A 7-year-old student died in Sharjah inside a locked car.

Inside a sealed car in Sharjah, a student who was seven years old passed away.

This word of caution comes in the wake of a recent event in Sharjah, where a seven-year-old youngster passed away inside a locked automobile.

On Monday, the body of the youngster, who had been confined in the automobile for a few hours before his death, was discovered in the vehicle. The boy was enrolled at Ibn Sina School.

His parents had hired a lady to drop him off at school and pick him up with other children. She was also responsible for picking up other children.

According to Punit MK Vasu, the Chief Executive Officer of The Indian High Group of Schools, "The regulatory authorities are very clear in encouraging schools to only hand over children to private transport attendants who are fully approved and certified."

We educate parents about the risks associated with using services that are not regulated, and in the most extreme cases, we collaborate with the appropriate authorities to encourage grandparents to temporarily pick up their children from school. In the short term, this may be a little bit inconvenient, but in the long term, it will guarantee that private operators will streamline their operations and work inside the code book of the regulatory authorities without making any compromises.

In the UAE, the cost of school bus transportation services is increasing.

In the United Arab Emirates, school bus transportation services are becoming more expensive.

Educators emphasized that the cost of school transportation remains high due to the inherent expenses associated with it when asked about ways to reduce transportation costs to make the school bus service more accessible to parents.

A school bus is a highly safe and secure mode of transportation for students, according to Davison, who emphasized this point. It is highly organized because of the tight monitoring procedures and permits. Individuals possess authorization and have undergone training. We hold them accountable for their actions. On the other hand, they have a strong sense of responsibility.

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