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The Association of Friends of the French School of Jerusalem – A.A.L.F.J


The Association of Friends of the French School of Jerusalem, or A.A.L.F.J, is an association of volunteer parents that offers economic, educational and financial support to the French School of Jerusalem. She also participates in the L.F.J.

Link to the A.A.L.F.J website


Elementary daycare


Dear Parents, In accordance with elementary school regulations, the school cannot be responsible for students who stay in the establishment beyond 2:30 p.m.



The new LFJ kiosk has been in operation since the start of the school year on 02.09.2021. It is located in the courtyard of the primary / middle school / high school and aims to allow all students, from kindergarten to terminale, to have access to meals directly in the establishment.

For the proper functioning of the kiosk and to ensure healthy food for children, please note the following rules.


The infirmary is located in the very center of the school. Pupils have easy access to it (especially during recess hours). It welcomes students if they have health problems and organizes care in the event of accidents, for example. The infirmary is a listening space where students can discuss all the subjects that concern them, the conversations always remaining confidential. It is also in this same place that health tests are organized for students (audio-metric and sight tests), bio metric examinations (weight, height) as well as all vaccination sessions which take place several times in the school. year. The nurse is also a health referent in the individual and collective field and participates in preventive actions, health education by regularly intervening with students in their class in conjunction with their referent teacher. It accompanies the schooling of children with health problems as well as the establishment of an Individualized Action Plan (P.A.I)



French School of Jerusalem Alumni Page

​ "Do not teach thoughts but learn to think, do not carry the student but guide him, if we want him to be able to walk on his own later on"

EImmanuel Kant

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