Staff should proceed in the same way.
People with risk factors must make themselves known to the management.
Before leaving home
Each child must have in his or her possession
If someone in the house is a carrier of COVID-19, you must keep your child at home and inform the school. Educational continuity will be ensured.
*Collars, bandanas, scarves, etc. are not accepted. It is recommended to use surgical masks type KN95 or KF94.
If your child has any of these symptoms, please consult a doctor and/or have an antigen test
If your child has two or more of these symptoms, please consult a doctor and/or have an antigen test.
Otherwise, your child can go to school.
What to do if symptoms appear on the school premises :
What to do if symptoms appear at home :
The family must inform Life SCHOOL as soon as possible by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information to staff who may have come into contact with the sick child. As soon as the family reports the condition, the student must not return to school for at least 5 days from the day of the first positive test until the symptoms have completely disappeared and a negative PCR test has been provided. If after 7 days the student has been asymptomatic for 2 days, he/she may return to school with a negative antigen test.
What to do if symptoms appear in the establishment:
Action to be taken if symptoms appear in the private sphere:
Reminder by school officials of the procedure to follow:
Avoid contact and consult a doctor who will decide whether a screening test is necessary and will give a notice of return to work in the case of a teacher.
Follow up on the progress of the case through the infirmary.
Staff will not be allowed to return to school for a minimum of 5 days from the day of the first positive test until the symptoms have completely disappeared by providing a negative PCR test. If after 7 days the adult has been asymptomatic for 2 days, he/she may return to school with a negative antigen test.
A contact case is any individual who has not worn a mask and has spent more than 15 minutes indoors or has been within 2 meters indoors with a person identified as positive for COVID. It is important that individuals who test positive inform those with whom they have been in private contact of their contact status. As a reminder, contact cases must undergo a minimum of 4 days of isolation and be tested at D+4 of their possible contamination in order to be able to re-enter or report to the establishment (antigen).
If a positive case is reported in a class, the class will be maintained in the classroom. The parents of the class will be informed. Should the situation develop in a worrying way, the Headmaster may decide to close the class completely.
Daily monitoring of Covid-19 cases is carried out within the school. Should the situation develop in a worrying way, the Headmaster, in agreement with the French Embassy and after consultation with the CHS, may take the decision to close the school entirely or partly.
In the case of a class quarantine, only students who have been infected with COVID-19 for less than eight weeks (communicate the positive and negative test to the infirmary) will be able to participate in extracurricular activities and to return to the class without presenting an antigen test.
For questions about Covid-19, symptoms, contact cases, positive cases, contact the infirmary
It is no longer compulsory to wear a mask on school premises.
It is however authorized for students and staff who wish to keep it on, and it remains an effective protection measure against the transmission of the virus.
It is recalled that hand hygiene is an essential measure to fight against the cross transmission of pathogens between people. In parallel, soap is regularly supplied to the sanitary facilities. Disinfecting products (hydro-alcoholic gel distribution points) are made available at the entrances/exits of the buildings.
Regularly wash your hands with soap and water, if there is no water point, use hydro-alcoholic gels and in particular: