The traffic situation in European school Luxembourg 2 is deteriorating rapidly. More and more cars are driving there and school buses are blocked and late because of that.
Solution has to be found urgently. That is why APEEEL2 sent an...
On Monday, 04.06.2018, at 11:23 parents received the following communication from the school:
To inform you, there has been an incident in our swimming pool concerning a group of Primary pupils.
You will later receive more information concerning the actual...
All children attending the CPE in Bertrange/Mamer can use the shuttle at 4.45 or 6 p.m. organised by the ATSEE going to the European school I at Kirchberg. As the shuttle now stops directly in front of the CPE building, both children of the Garderie and of the Study and Recreation Centre (CEL) can be escorted to the shuttle, as long as the parents have signed up for this service and have filled in the respective form. The responsibility of the CPE ends as soon as the child is handed over to the person who will accompany them on the bus.
Navettes from CPE at 16:45 and 18h will wait directly in front of the CPE entrance. The president of ATSEE, confirmed this is how it should work (also for the departure at 18:00). There should be a person from...
the new school campus should not be allowed to start operating before an independent audit confirms that the
school mobility concept is mature, implementable and workable, and therefore ensuring an orderly operation of the school by making it possible that pupils (and staff) can arrive at reasonable and predictable times.
Parents at the European School in Luxembourg have challenged plans to impose daily commutes of over 3 hours on pre-school and primary children selected for a new out-of-town school on the basis of their language, nationality and property status.
With many problems facing the European school system and with their humongous and inefficient bureaucracy that forgets that the main goal is to provide quality education for the children, the big question is, is there a future for European schools?
Disastrous managment of public fundsAdministration...
Reply from worried parent to deputy director Leene Soekov
Dear Ms Soekov,
Your answer is not only very worrying but it also shows the lack of awareness about SWALS in general. Their history, language competences, many injustices they go trough in European School in particularly in...
It is unbelievable how new Mamer school management doesn't have a clue about situation of minorities in the school.
New secondary Deputy Director Mrs Leene Soekov was asked to clarify why SWALS students are not allowed to take ICILS 2018 tests.
Answer from Leene Soekov:
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