Rules of Procedure


Monday - Tuesday - Thursday - Friday

Opening hours in Paris - 75

123 mon école Paris XVe - La maternelle - 3/6 years old : 28 rue Frémicourt, 75015 Paris

123 mon école Paris XVe - La preschool - 2/3 years : 37 avenue de Lowendal, 75015 Paris


Pre-school - 2/3 years 

Reception of children: in the morning from 8.45 to 9 am.

Children leave the school at 11:30 or 12:30 (for half-time only) and in the evening from 15:45 to 16:00.

After-school care 16:00 to 17:00: doors open from 16:50

Workshops from 4 to 5 pm: doors open at 5 pm


Kindergarten - 3/6 years 

Reception of children: in the morning from 8.45 to 9 am.

Exit of the children: at 4pm in front of the school entrance.

After-school care from 4pm to 5pm: from 4.50pm. Doors close at 5pm.

Workshops from 4 to 5 pm: doors open at 5 pm


Schedule in Hauts de Seine - 92

123 mon école Asnières - La maternelle et preschool : 58 rue de la Sablière, 92600 Asnières-sur-Seine

123 mon école Boulogne - La maternelle et preschool : 87 rue du Château, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt

123 mon école Bois-Colombes - La maternelle et preschool : 6 rue Hispano Suiza, 92270 Bois-Colombes


Reception of children: in the morning from 8.30 to 8.45.

Exit of the children: at 4pm in front of the school entrance.

The afterschool from 4pm to 6pm: possibility to pick up your child from 5.30pm. Doors close at 6pm.

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Wednesday activities (outside school holidays)


Children's morning reception: from 9.00 to 9.15

Afternoon reception: from 12.30 to 12.45

Half-time out: 12.30 (after lunch) - evening from 16.50 to 17.00


> Holiday activities

The dates will be communicated by email and the times are the same as for the Wednesday activities.


For safety reasons and for the smooth running of the activities, we ask parents to respect these times.



2. Attendance, absence and lateness


Enrolment in the school implies regular attendance, which is desirable for the proper development of the child's learning, personality and independence.

Absences and Delays

In the event of unforeseen absence, parents are asked to inform the school on the day of the absence (by email).

In case of exceptional foreseeable absence, parents are requested to inform the school in advance and in writing.

In case of lateness in the morning, parents ring the doorbell and hand their child over to the teacher who opens the door.

If the teachers notice too many late arrivals, the school reserves the right not to open the doors to the families concerned.

In the event of lateness in the evening: after 4:05 pm, the children go to the garderie and after 4:10 pm, the garderie is invoiced at a cost of €15.

3. Information and correspondence

  • For exchanges relating to school and extra-curricular life, please write directly to the e-mail address of the school where your child is staying:
  • For accounting-related exchanges, please write to:
  • Information may also be posted on the school's website.

4. Catering, childcare

Meal Program

It is reminded that only children who are present full time can benefit from the catering service for the 4 days of the week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday). In exceptional cases where a child has medical constraints (food intolerances), a "lunch box" may be brought to school by the family under its sole responsibility. In this case, a medical certificate specifying the medical constraints and/or food allergies must be provided to the school.

Daycare / afterschool

Out of respect for the people in charge of these after-school activities, families are asked to strictly adhere to the timetable indicated on the first page. In case of frequent lateness, the school reserves the right to terminate the child's enrolment in the after-school care.

When a child enrolled for the year exceptionally does not stay at the garderie, the family must inform the school in advance and in writing.


5. Health, hygiene, dress code

Children attending the school must be in good health and up to date with their compulsory vaccinations. In case of illness, parents have the duty to take their child home. If the child feels unwell during the day, the school will immediately inform the parents. If none of them can be reached and in case of an emergency, the school will immediately call the health services who will take care of the child.

Any contagious illness (chicken pox, measles, conjunctivitis, etc.) must be reported to the school immediately. The child will only be accepted at school after the prescribed time of eviction and a medical certificate of non-contagion will be requested from the family.

No medication may be administered by school staff. Children should never carry any medication in their belongings (school bags or pockets).

In the case of chronic illnesses (asthma, diabetes, etc.) an Individualised Welcome Project (PAI) must be drawn up by the paediatrician and given to the educators. The implementation of the medical protocol will be discussed with the parents at the beginning of the year.

The child's clothing must be appropriate for the school environment and the weather of the day. All clothes that the child may have to take off at school during the day must be marked with his/her name and surname. The same applies to shoes, slippers, a change of clothes and a comforter if the child needs one during the nap.

6. Security

Emergency protocol: any member of the educational community who witnesses an accident may be asked, depending on the estimated seriousness of the situation, to call the SAMU (15) even before notifying the family.

Entry and exit of children

Prams for 2/3 year olds and 1st year kindergarten can be stored in the school grounds.
Do not open or walk around with open prams in the cloakroom or in the entrance.

In order to ensure the safety of every child in the school, the doors close at the times indicated.

They reopen at 12:30 for children enrolled in half-day care (only for children enrolled in pre-school) and from 15:45 to 16:00 for the departure of children in pre-school.

The educators hand the children over to their parents.

When custody of the child is delegated to another person, the parents or legal guardians must present the person concerned to the school and send an email with the contact details, as well as a copy of the identity card of the person concerned to the school's email address. No child will be allowed to leave the school alone.

School outings of a pedagogical nature are carried out under the responsibility of the educators, in accordance with the legal requirements. According to the law, if the lunch break is included in the outing time, the parents' permission is required.

Valuable, personal or dangerous items

The wearing of jewellery is strongly discouraged. The school accepts no responsibility for the loss, theft or damage of valuables or personal items brought from home.

Parents are responsible for the objects that children may carry in their pockets to school. Children should not bring dangerous or conflictual items (toys, sweets, etc.).

Families will be held responsible for any incident or accident caused by an object from the house.

The school is also not responsible for clothes and prams left or entrusted to the school.


Families are free to choose their insurance. They undertake to insure their child(ren) for school and extra-curricular activities, and to send a certificate of insurance to the School as soon as their child(ren) enter the school.

7. Behaviour

School is above all a place of learning. In order for everyone to have access to knowledge, children are asked to :

  • to be respectful of...
  • adults (educators, service staff)
  • other children of any age and in any place (playground, classroom, etc.)
  • the individual and collective equipment used
  • individual work or collective achievements
  • and to behave properly in class, at recess, during meals or when travelling outside.

Any event occurring in the school (disputes or arguments between children) is managed by the educational team. Any problems should be reported directly to the teachers or to the management.

8. Rights and duties of parents

The Director and the educators are available by appointment to answer parents' questions. Meetings are held at the request of the families, the educators or the Director.

Parents are asked to act in complementarity with the educational team, particularly with regard to the development of autonomy, in order to offer the children a coherent framework and continuity between home and school.

Parents are responsible for ensuring that their children comply with the school's internal rules. In particular, they must respect and ensure respect for the school timetable.

The school may use photographs or video clips of groups of children in school activities for educational use in the classroom or for publication on the school's website and brochure.

However, parents may object to the use of their child's image by notifying the management in a letter, signed and dated.

9. Liability and sanctions

Families are financially responsible for damage to school premises or facilities caused by their children.

In the event of non-compliance with these rules by the child and/or his/her parents, sanctions may be taken which may result in the exclusion of the child from the school or his/her non-enrolment.

The same will apply in the case of serious and persistent disturbances which would indicate a clear maladjustment of the child to the school's educational project.

In any case, the school and the parents must maintain a real dialogue and a relationship of trust.