Student Health

We take student and staff health seriously at ISB and care for our community.

At ISB all members of the staff hold a current First Aid certificate. We also have a dedicated member of staff, Health Coordinator, who looks after student and staff well being and health matters in school from our Health Office.


Coronavirus/ COVID-19 

All students, staff and visitors are requested to follow the ISB HYGIENE PLAN  which has been drawn up taking into account the current COVID-19 guidelines of the Bremen Senatorin für Kinder und Bildung.
ISB HYGIENE PLAN (updated 20th September 2021)
Visitors to ISB should follow the 2G RULE of entry into school and will be asked to present proof:
Geimpft: fully vaccinated, 15 days has elapsed since the 2nd vaccination.
Genesen:  recovered from the COVID-19 virus in the last 6 months and 28 days post PCR positive test).
All visitors, please ensure you wear a medical mask (surgical or FFP2/KN95) when you are in the building. 
If you have have returned from any country/area which is deemed HIGH RISK in the RKI list within the last ten days you should NOT come into the ISB building without having a COVID-19 negative test following the Government regulations and completing the required  quarantine unless you are exempt. All travellers into Germany please read the latest information below:


Helpful links/telephone numbers:
Bremen COVID-19 Telephone Hotline (week days) : 115
At weekends and out of hours please contact the Kassenärztlichen Vereinigung Bremen (KVHB) 
Telephone: 116 117

COVID-19 Vaccination Center BremenSENATORIN FÜR KINDER UND BILDUNG Corona Info 

Student Health Related Absences

If your child is absent from school for health reasons, please notify the School Office by clicking on the button below:

More information on student illness, absences, accidents, COVID-19, mandatory measles vaccination and more can be found in the following guide:


CLICK ON THE BELOW IMAGE TO ENLARGE FOR THE GUIDE TO EVALUATION OF SYMPTOMS FLOW CHART. This ISB School Protocol applies to a normal cold or flu, stomach upset or for COVID-19 symptoms.


Doctors for Accidents