European School Brussels II

    Multilingual and multicultural education at nursery, primary and secondary level.

    European School Brussels II

    Multilingual and multicultural education at nursery, primary and secondary level.

    European School Brussels II

    Multilingual and multicultural education at nursery, primary and secondary level.

    European School Brussels II

    Multilingual and multicultural education at nursery, primary and secondary level.

    European School Brussels II

    Multilingual and multicultural education at nursery, primary and secondary level.

Latest news

Juvenes Translatores - Special Mention

End 2019 took place the competition 'Juvenes Translatores' in which two of our students took part.

Secondary psychologists available

Secondary cycle psychologists remain at the pupils' disposal according to their usual timetable (see below).

Malala building inauguration

On the 9th of March 2020, the secondary building was officially renamed “Malala” Building in honour of Malala Yousafsai, the Pakistani activist for female education.

Senior Maths Challenge UK 2019

20 students from years 6 and 7 sat the UKMT Senior Maths Challenge on November 7th gaining three gold certificates, four silver certificates and four bronze awards.

Juvenes Translatores 2020

As every year, our pupils took part in the « Juvenes Translatores » translation contest organized by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Translation.

Enrolments 2020-2021

2020/2021 enrolments: time periods for submission of applications

Children who are already attending the EEB2

Children who are attending the EEB2 during the 2019/2020 school year – regardless of their cycle - will automatically be enrolled for the 2020/2021 school year. No NEW application for enrolment should be submitted.

Pupils who will leave the EEB2 at the end of the school year

The legal representatives of the pupils who will leave our school at the end of the current school year (with the exception of pupils in S7), are kindly requested to inform the school as soon as possible by sending an e-mail to the attention of Mrs Overbergh (isabelle.overbergh@eursc.eu).