Adoption of the minutes of the Primary School Council meeting on 10/13/2023. Enrollment : increase in the number of primary students from 817 to 827 (+10 students). Language programs : PARLE Japanese -2 students (12%). PARLE English +11 (27%), SI Japanese +2 (8%), SI American -4 (20%). National assessments : CP PARLE students scored above […]Categories : Primary School Council
Parents’ feedback on the canteen service at LFI Tokyo
Canteen service feedback form
Inclusive school at LFI Tokyo
FLT created a group focused on inclusive schooling presented HERE.
Among other actions, we created a list of professionals who can be consulted by children with special needs (in French, including mentions about languages spoken by each professional).
We also created a group for parents of these children that you can join sending an email to our group.
Should you have any topic you would like to raise during the next Conseil d’école (LFI Tokyo Primary School Council), Conseil du second degré (Junior and Senior High School Council), or School Council (CE), please fill this form.
LFI Tokyo Primary School Council (Ce):
The Primary School Council prepares recommendations for the LFIT School Council with regards to educational matters and school life at the Primary School.
Junior and Senior High School Council (CSD):
The Junior and Senior School Council prepares recommendations for the LFIT School Council with regards to educational matters and school life at High School.
LFIT School Council (CE):
This body oversees the Primary and Secondary School. It reviews the topics discussed during the Primary School and Junior/Senior High School Councils. It can make decisions regarding educational and organizational matters within the framework defined by AEFE. It cannot replace AEFE or the Board Meeting for their specific scopes of decision.
Ce – CSD – CE – CA feedback form
President : Célia Hughes
Vice-president for Primary School: Virginie Cammas
Vice-president for Junior-Hi and High School: Caroline Despres
Secretary: Pierre Riche
Treasurer : Laurent Wolff
As well as : Emeline Beauchart, Maxence Barbier, Agathe Chambalu, Rodolphe Diot, Jean-Bernard Dumerc (Oles administrator), Evelyne Etchebehere, Séverin Ferrand, Philippe Fritsch, Fabien Gay, Jérémie Lamboley, Stéphanie Moreels, Madoka Poncin, Simon Serverin, Pierre-François Vilquin.
Special advisors : François Roussel.
It is possible to join the FLT board members anytime during the school year, as specified in the association’s articles, usually following an adaptation period working with the existing team. New joiners’ information will be timely published on the FLT website.
You can contribute to the association and its work without joining its board: volunteers may participate to the extent of their availability and engagement preference anytime during the school year.
From left to right:
Célia HUGHES, André SALERNO, Virginie CAMMAS, Pierre RICHE, Caroline DESPRES,
Jean-Bernard DUMERC, Emeline BEAUCHART, Pierre-François VILQUIN, Stéphanie MOREELS, Laurent WOLFF,
Frédéric SEGOUIN, Evelyne ETCHEBEHERE, Maxence BARBIER, Madoka PONCIN, Séverin FERRAND,
Jérémie LAMBOLEY, Agathe CHAMBALU, Philippe FRITSCH, Rodolphe DIOT, Fabien GAY.
WhatsApp Group (New!)
(offering discounts to FLT members for activities)
Several groups have been formed within the board of the FLT association. They can be reached directly by e-mail by adding @familles-lycee-tokyo.com to the following aliases:
- ecole-inclusive for the inclusive school group presented HERE
- living together works on harassment prevention, conflicts management (Page under construction, French version, in the meantime, contact us if you wish to know more)
- ecoteam for the FLT ecoteam presented HERE
- restauration, see HERE
- partenariat for the FLT Partnership presented HERE
- lycee-cafe for the organisation of the Q&A cafés that you can see in our calendar
- gt-langues for the team working specifically on languages, divided in 4 subgroups
- gt-fr about French
- gt-eng about English
- gt-jap about Japanese
- gt-rls about the restructuration to come at secondary school (mainly for Junior high school).
Feel free to contact us or suggest other groups!
New: the association now has several partners who offer preferential rates to members, check the list HERE.
The LFI Tokyo VOCABULARY in English, French and Japanese.
Tons of information about the Takinogawa area (French only).
And of course plenty information about Tokyo, Events, what to do etc. VIVRE A TOKYO.COM (French).
Looking to place a classified ad, sell or buy stuff, looking for good tips, maybe find a babysitter or a tutor? : Tokyo Petites Annonces is now on Facebook
- “Tokyo au quotidien” to help you in your day to day life in Tokyo (find a doctor, a babysitter, a tutor, a place where you can buy something…)
- “A vendre/TROC” – To sell, exchange or give for free
- “Tokyo covid” for Covid related questions (vaccination, travel conditions, PCR tests…), administered by the Conseillers des Français de l’étranger
La FAPEE :
Fédération des Associations de Parents d’élèves des Etablissements d’enseignement français de l’Etranger
Abroad French schools Parents Association Federation
Take advantage of preferential rates on presentation of your FLT card (membership of the association Familles du Lycée de Tokyo) from the following FLT partners.
|King’s Road English School
|English courses and camps, TOEIC and Cambridge exam preparation. Free trial course.
|Itabashi, Akasaka or online
|10% discount on list prices
|Atelier Café Gare de Lyon
|Theater and improvisation classes (children, teens and adults)
|Tenth class free, 500 yen discount on camps
|Acting Coach Japan
|Ateliers Jeu de l’Acteur de Cinéma pour Enfants et Adolescents – en français et en anglais
|Edogawabashi or Ikebukuro
|10% discount on list prices
|Musical awakening, piano and singing classes for children and adults
|Ochanomizu or at home
|10% discount on list prices
|2000 yen discount on the first month
|Football Club Nomade
|Year-round soccer training, camps with accommodation, tournaments in junior league (U-15 and U-18).
|Yoyogi, Omotesando or Onarimon (Camps in Shimoda)
|10% discount on first registration
|Atelier Faber et Mazlish Tokyo
|Parental exchange and support workshops based on Faber et Mazlish methodology
|Itabashi Kuyakusho Mae
|Free workbook (2000 yen value)
|Verbal aïkido workshops to learn how to regulate stress and emotionality as well as practice defusing aggression and conflict. Open to middle-school students. Free trial.
|500 yen discount per session
When registering for these activities, presentation of your FLT membership card valid for the current school year is required.
Please note that preferential rates do not apply retroactively.
To suggest other partners, please contact us HERE.