Study information

Change of subject of level

One over-riding principle must be respected – under no circumstances can a change be accepted if it entails the suppression or creation of a group, an unreasonable change in the number of lessons for a teacher or any other major administrative consequence.

You will find more information in the Digest of Decisions of the Board of Governors of the European schools, on the general website of the European Schools: Click here

Any requests for subject changes must be put in writing and be accompanied by documents justifying the request to the attention of the Deputy Head (wol-secondaire@eursc.eu) before May 8th 2019.

Only for newly enrolled pupils and those from 6th year Secondary, for the 2017-2018 school year, any requests for subject changes must be put in writing and should reach the Deputy Head (wol-secondaire@eursc.eu) by Friday 21 September 2018 at the latest (deadline).

Homework policy

The following figures should be understood as instructions to follow for the teaching staff and as guidelines for parents with their own children: maximum number of hours per week for an average pupil:

S1
7h/8h
S2
8h/9h
S3
9h/10h
S4
12h/13h
S5
13h/14h
S6
16h
S7
16h

If it appears that these figures are not realistic for a certain class or groups of pupils, these cases must be examined individually by the class teacher.

Homework should be indicated as early as possible and the headlines should be fixed together with the pupils. Homework given for the following day should not exceed 15 minutes.

Organisation of studies in 4th and 5th: