Health protocol


For all classes, a serein start
in compliance with
the health recommandations.

The country’s health situation, linked to the Covid-19 coronavirus, has caused the closure of the LFJ since Monday, March 16th, 2020.

Academic continuity has been set up and has made it possible to maintain remote education between the teachers and their students.

The Indonesian government has chosen to reopen schools, gradually, from April 2021 in compliance with the health requirements issued by the authorities.

The LFJ’s health protocol is the result of collaborative work by the CHS (Hygiene and Safety Commission), supervised by the LFJ medical service and approved by the Safety referent of the French Embassy. It responds to the recommendations of the French High Scientific Council.

The main principles of the health protocol

In case COVID-19 symptoms appear

Everyone should agree not to come to LFJ and immediately notify the school.

Before leaving the house

You are encouraged to take your child’s temperature before leaving for school, even if there are no symptoms.

If it is above 37.3°C, your child should stay at home.

Each child must have in their possession 3 masks* (tissue or surgical), a large bottle of water marked with their name and tissues.

If a member of the family is tested positive with the virus, you should keep your child at home. Online lessons will be offered to him/her.

* Are not considered as a mask: collars, bandanas, scarves, etc.

Upon arrival at school

Gathering and intersecting will be limited.

Only students and staff are allowed to enter the school reception area:

– with a protective mask;

– after hand sanitization;

– after having their temperature taken.

If a person has a temperature above 37.3°C, they will be immediately isolated. The medical team will contact the family for the child to return home.

During the day at school

Mandatory mask wearing

In Junior and Senior High school, wearing a mask is mandatory.

In Elementary school, wearing a mask is mandatory.

In Kindergarten, wearing a mask is mandatory.

Hand hygiene

Students must wash their hands with soap and water or hydroalcoholic gel*:

– Upon arrival at school,
– Before going to class, especially after recess
– Before and after each meal
– Before going to the bathroom and after having been
– After blowing their nose, coughing, sneezing
– As needed after handling possibly contaminated objects
– In the evening before going home.

* In Kindergarten and Elementary school, hydroalcoholic gel will be used under the supervision of an adult.

Barrier gestures for everyone, everywhere, always

The students:

  • Wearing a mask is compulsory in the classroom and the playground.
  • Respecting the circulation system (crossing of flows).
  • Respecting physical distancing in each area.
  • Gathering is prohibited in shared areas.
  • Use of hydroalcoholic gel in all classrooms.
  • Students are encouraged to change their mask every 4 hours.

The teachers

The health

Vie Scolaire, security,

In Kindergarten

Before entering the Kindergarten, temperature control and hand washing is compulsory and systematic for everyone.

Regular hand washing will be supervised by the team and the classrooms will be ventilated and disinfected by our cleaning team every two hours.

Masks must be worn by everyone (adults and students).

No mixing with the other class levels,

No school canteen

Adults allowed to enter the Kindergarten to drop off and pick up their child will be limited.

(only one person authorized per family, always the same every day).

Adapted hours

Time spent on campus in the morning will not exceed 3 hours.

A limited number of students

In a classroom the number of students will not exceed 15. Small groups will be organized to respect this rule.

Student awareness

Distances will be respected between students and students made aware of the importance of avoiding any contact.


Recess times will be separated (classes one by one).

Inside the classroom

Trading supplies will not be allowed. The collective play areas will be removed from the classrooms during this transitional period.


The handling equipment required for learning will be made available in individual bins and disinfected after use.

What are the signs?

COVID-19 does not have the same effects on different people. The majority of people will only experience mild or moderate symptoms.The most common symptoms are:

Some people may feel:

Usually, symptoms appear 3 to 5 days after a person is infected with the virus, but it can be up to 14 days.

Protocol in case symptoms appear

At school

  • Mandatory respect of the barrier gestures.
  • Immediate isolation of the person by the nurse.
  • Monitoring
  • Contact with the family for a return home.
  • Reminder of the procedure to be followed by parents, that is: consult a doctor who will decide on the possibility and details of screening the child, if applicable.
  • Thorough cleaning of the room where the person was isolated.

Home follow-up

  • Inform the nurse’s office of the student’s health evolution.
  • In the event of proven COVID-19, a medical certificate will be required to return to school.

What to do

Case n°1
I have been tested positive with COVID

Case n°2
I have symptoms

Case n°3
I have been in contact with a COVID case

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These measures can be adapted by the health authorities. Families will be supported according to their needs.