Parents are rightly concerned about the rapid spread of this coronavirus. F.K. International Schools is committed to protecting our school community and minimising the risk of infection. The precautionary measures below will be implemented immediately. We will continue to monitor the situation closely, including taking WHO advice into consideration and following all guidelines issued by the government.
- Persons with any flu-like symptoms (fever, cough etc) should stay at home and not come to school.
- All persons entering the school will be required to clean their hands at the gate with the sanitising fluid provided. Anyone with symptoms will not be allowed entry and will instead be sent home.
- Students will be taken to wash their hands at regular timetabled periods throughout the day.
- All staff should be alert and any child showing symptoms should be reported to the office.
- Anyone with symptoms will be isolated from other people and sent home.
- Class teachers/Year tutors will educate their students on how to prevent the virus spreading;
- Wash hands thoroughly and frequently, preferably with sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your face.
- If you have to cough or sneeze, do it in the crook of your elbow and report it immediately.
- Avoid physical contact especially involving hands and/or face. This includes handshakes!
- All events involving outside visitors including sports fixtures etc will be cancelled or postponed.
- INTERNATIONAL DAY has been POSTPONED.
- If the government or TISA (Tanzania International School Association) recommends school closures, we will close the school immediately.
- Any urgent updates will be communicated to parents by e-mail and bulk sms.
|Dates to Note|
End of Term
Parent-teacher conferences (to be confirmed)
Beginning of third term
MARLINS IN MWANZA
The trip to Mwanza last weekend was a great success and yet again our swim squad the FK Blue Marlins took the gala by storm! Between them, the 12 swimmers won 15 bronze medals, 8 silvers and 7 golds, including Dimitri, Daniel, Andrea and Michael who each won a medal for the first time.
Linnet was 2nd runner-up and William won the trophy in their age groups. Overall we came fourth out of 11 teams. It was a wonderful achievement and a very enjoyable event. Thanks to coaches, parents and everyone who supported our swimmers especially Mr Ali who endured a 19-hour bus trip to be there!!