ocated in the heart of the Asia-Pacific zone, which is characterized by its network of dynamic and creative French schools, the LFB has grown strongly in recent years to accommodate 220 students from the very small kindergarten to the final year class, including a large number of French and bi-national students.
As the LFB's priorities are to welcome students, provide the best educational facilities for all students, open-mindedness to the world and success for all, the LFB takes care to develop quality linguistic facilities in several languages, to lead each pupil to the maximum of his or her possibilities on the path to success, by supporting at best a school audience that is sometimes atypical or weakened by unconventional paths, and to bring the school to a level of excellence by achieving results at the highest levels.
In charge of safety in and around the school, they also contribute to the well-being of children. They are also the first people you will meet on your way to the LFB.
The mission of the school life service is to organize and control the moments of life and movements of pupils outside class hours.
They are the interface between teachers and parents. They participate actively in LFB events and attend class councils.
Enriching experiences for personal development
n parallel to the expected academic success, the LFB strives to provide its students with enriching educational and extracurricular situations (OPEX) allowing for personal development, civic and responsible behaviour and the cultural background necessary for a complete and balanced education.
For all these reasons, the project to establish the French high school in Bali is based on 7 priorities:
- - Multilingual environment
- - Opening up to the world
- - Student development
- - Success for all
- - Tools for students
- - General development of the LFB
- - Sustainable development approach.
Each year, the teaching teams draw up a series of actions to be implemented in order to achieve them.
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