Governing Bodies


The School Board

The "Association des Parents d'Elèves du Lycée Français International de Rangoun" (APER) was created on 10 January 2014 in Yangon. It works in close collaboration with the LFIR management team. It is the employer of most of the LFIR personnel. Its members were elected during the General Assembly.

 

Contact the APER at the following address: info.aper@lfir.org.

 

Follow the APER on Facebook.

 



The Class Council

The class Council is composed of the school Headmaster or his representative, the class teachers, two students representatives, and two delegates of the students’ parents. Parents are welcome to attend the Class Council. Please contact us if you wish to attend, we need more parents! 

 

The Class Council meets at the end of each quarter to monitor students' achievements and to make recommendations to help students in their work and study choices. It also analyses the pedagogical issues relevant to the class environment.

 

NOTE – Collège Graduation certificates for the third quarter will be signed by the Diplomatic Post until the school is certified by the French Ministry of Education.     

Credits: PEEP Dijon



The School Council

The School Council is an advisory council composed of the school headmaster, students representatives, Students’ parents representatives, and representatives of the APER.  It meets at least once per year and adopts:

  • The education plan
  • The school’s rules and procedures
  • School hours and calendar of the school year
  • The plan of ongoing training for the personnel
  • The annual education plan 

Based on a vote, it issues notices on the following:

  • Proposals for the evolution of the curriculum
  • The extracurricular activities program
  • Hygiene and safety issues for the entire school community
  • Issues regarding the welcoming of the parents, as well as the general terms and conditions of their participation in the life of the institution
  • The structure of educational life
  • Welcoming and taking care of students

The last School Council was held on November 17, 2016 and the next one will take place on the 16 November 2017 at 6:30 pm.    



The Students Council

The aim of the Student Council is to:

  • Give a voice to students so as to better consider their expectations and improve the studying conditions in school
  • Fostering and framing the students' expression (dialogues, exchanges, debates)
  • Allow students to take action
  • Foster student learning through school life and the exercise of citizenship
  • Involve students in the decision making process so they understand that the decisions made within the school are based on multiple constraints and often meet specific objectives
  • Encourage student Initiatives
  • Confront the students with the reality of the daily operation of the school