Director of European school Luxembourg 2 (or Mamer school) Mr Emmanuel de Tournemire decided to pay for another survey. This time it is about school transport. Again they care only about gathering data, spending money and pretending they are...
European school Luxembourg 2 is also regularly checking children email communication and they punish them if they find inappropriate words or content. Children are sending emails between each other so anybody who reads this kind of emails should have explicit written permission from the account owner
First and foremost, the children have come into a new school from primary and immediately been subjected to a temporary timetable. No satisfactory explanation of this was ever given. We have been patient but confused as to why Lux I was able to have timetables ready to hand to children from the first day but Lux II was not.
As Raoul Precht had pointed out to me, the document from the Working Group (WG) on the organisation of studies in the European Schools' secondary cycle had been put on the agenda mainly for information. Some interesting ideas, such as abolishing ICT as a separate subject and instead introduce requirements to mainstream it into the teaching of all other subjects, were briefly discussed in the meeting.
For me, the most worrying thing in the document is the recommendation to "reexamine" the definition of "language sections" (recommendation 4 in the report), which Kivinen also repeated in the meeting. This represents a potential challenge to one the founding principles of the European Schools.