EIS SCHOUL takes up the challenge of inclusive education, that encompasses the daily management of a large number of children who learn and live together during school and extracurricular activities. It is important to take into account the level of learning, the rhythm and the individual needs of each child.

As a public school, Eis Schoul also has to respect some ministerial requirements. The schooling of every child is limited in time and divided in cycles. In other words, each pupil has a limited amount of time to achieve pre-defined basics of learning which are essential to advance to the next cycle.

So how can we reconcile the challenges of inclusion with the limitations of public schools?

EIS SCHOUL tries to combine these two challenges by organizing teaching and supervision based on differentiation.

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For us, differentiation means ...

  • to approach contents in an individual and natural way
  • to consider each child's starting point
  • to create a varied learning environment
  • to consider each child's strengths
  • to create different learning groups
  • to help the child to organize his learning
  • to help the child to express himself
  • to give the child the opportunity to share his knowledge and his achievements and to receive feedback
  • to develop learning methods
  • to try to awake the desire to learn
  • to ensure help and support within the learning group
  • to ensure help and support throughout the whole school

Educational support and homework supervision:

The collaboration within the entire teaching team, allows the organization of classes for pupils with learning difficulties. They take place from Monday to Thursday during the extracurricular supervision. Children can also attend the daily homework supervision.

Support in class:

At the beginning of each school year, the teaching teams organize support plans i.e. individualized care and education in the classroom for the children with special needs, in order to help them to fully participate in teaching and living together and to progress in their learning often hampered by a disability.

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