IFS reopens after two-month COVID-19 circuit breaker

Tuesday, 02 June 2020

June 2, 2020 – IFS today welcomed back into classrooms a select number of students for face-to-face teaching and learning after two months of enforced home-based education due to Singapore’s COVID-19 circuit breaker.

On hand to welcome students were H.E. Mr Marc Abensour, Ambassador of France to Singapore, Mr Anthony Chaumuzeau, Counsellor for Culture, Education and Science and Mr Gilles Almosnino, Head of AEFE Asia-Pacific.

Mr Abensour was shown around the campus by Mr Pierre Chanteclair, President, Executive Council and Mr Christian Soulard, IFS Principal. The Ambassador observed the measures the school has put in place to ensure safe entry requirements, health and temperature checks, including thermal imaging cameras and additional social distancing measures for students and staff.

Internaitonal French School Elementary Class
IFS Elémentaire class

Watch the first day video
Internaitonal French School High School Class
IFS Lycée class
Internaitonal French School Thermal imaging camera
Canteen’s thermal imaging camera
French Ambassador Visits the French School
French Ambassador visits IFS
Thumbnail Canteen
Social distancing at the canteen
Internaitonal French School Kindergarten playground
IFS Kindergarteners socialise safely
Internaitonal French School Frequent Hand washing
Frequent hand washing
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Welcome back to school!