Springfest 19

Information meeting on Garderies (GPS, GLJ, GA), 20/02/2019 12h30-14h30, MADOU Auditorium



Information meeting on the Garderies organised by the Commission (Garderies Post-Scolaires, Garderies Longues Journées, Garderies Aérées): Wednesday 20 February 2019

APEEE Wishes for pre-Bac examinations

Dear S7 students,

The Parents Association of our school wishes you every success with your pre-Bac examinations that commenced on Monday 21 January 2019.

During these days, all adults recall our similar experiences in the course of our own time at school and we stand by you and your families providing much encouragement and respect for your continuing efforts.

May you all obtain that which you seek.

We and Interparents are ready and open to receive any queries which you deem important to share with us.

Visit to the temporary site - Discussion with the Secretary-General at our General Meeting on 28 January 2019

Dear Parents,

Following APEEE Presidents' meeting with Commissioner Oettinger on 10 January, parent and teacher representatives from all Brussels-based European schools were invited on Monday 21 January 2019 to visit the buildings at Rue du Commerce 96, which the host country plans to offer to the European schools on a temporary basis as from September 2020 up until August 2026.

Parution du nouveau roman de Madame Stalmans - Présentation à la Foire du Livre de Bruxelles

Nathalie Stalmans, Si j'avais des ailes. Bruxelles au temps de Charlotte Brontë (Genèse édition, 2019). 

Là où se trouve aujourd'hui le palais des Beaux-Arts (BOZAR) s'élevait au 19e siècle un pensionnat pour jeunes filles. Charlotte Brontë âgée de 25 ans y arrive en 1842. Elle veut perfectionner son français. Elle y tombe désespérément amoureuse du mari de la directrice... 

EEB3 success in Belgian French-speaking Rhetoric's Competition

On Wednesday 16 January, five S6 students from our school (chosen after an internal pre-selection) participated in the first stage of the competition of eloquence in French. This competition is organised for the 32th consecutive year by the Athénée Charles Rogier in Liège and is addressed to the students of the last two years of the secondary education institutions in Belgium. Let us note that this is the first time a European School participates in this manifestation.

Our candidates are:

Eliott Boublil, Natalia Buggenhout, Laura Dondi, Clémence Fougeray, Iris Hanoune.

Request of 20 volunteers for an EEB3 parental focus group - Council of Europe: Digital Citizenship Education project

The Council of Europe is the continent's leading human rights organisation. It includes 47 member states including those of the European Union. All members of the Council of Europe have signed the European Convention on Human Rights, a treaty designed to protect human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

Digital Citizenship Education project

TeenTalk Event on ‘Does Reputation Matter?’

Wednesday, 6 February, 2019 - 17:00 to 18:30

 Presentation for and Open floor with teenagers interested in learning and discussing good ideas