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Strong Points

Primary / secondary link:

The quality transition allows the adolescent:

  • to recognize his strengths and defeats;
  • rapidly develop high-quality interpersonal relationships in the new environment;
  • to feel a sense of well-being and security in the face of the new environment of secondary school;
  • develop or maintain positive attitudes towards school and learning;
  • develop or maintain a sense of confidence in academic achievement.

Small staff allowing individual and personalized follow-up

Teachers available and committed to their students’ success

Methodology courses

Educational Team

1 professor of Language 1, language 2 and humanities

1 professor of mathematics and integrated sciences

1 teacher of German (language 3)

1 sports teacher

1 music teacher

1 art teacher

1 teacher of morals

1 ICT teacher

1 professeur de Langue 1,langue 2 et sciences humaines

1 teacher per class

Exemple d’emploi du temps


School Textbooks FR S1


Example School Textbooks EN S1


Example School Textbooks EN S2



  • Teaching in cycles 1 to 3 aims to develop the practice of oral (listening-speaking, reading (reading) and writing (writing).
  • In this cycle, the practice of speaking and listening on one side, reading and writing the other, must become more and more easy to practice. A number of language tools will need to be mastered.
  • At the end of the cycle, students must have acquired the fundamental knowledge to structure their judgment, to express themselves clearly in oral and written form, and to possess the essential elements of a common culture.
  • The Primary School and the first years of Secondary provide the basis for a successful mathematics. In the first year of Secondary Education, knowledge acquired previously, in particular in calculus and geometry, is consolidated, with 75% of the time normally devoted to it. The second year, by developing new skills and knowledge necessary for mathematics, science and the social sciences. The main subjects of the third year curriculum are an extension of those taught in the second year, but presenting them as a continuation of the preceding ones does not in any way mean that they will be fully covered.
  • The development of this program for the first year of the Secondary School refers to the Primary Harmonized Program. One can have access to it at the address


  • It will take into account the written and oral to form a note. It will take different forms:

An assessment at the beginning of the year according to the levels required to organize the support courses (integration of new students)

Formative evaluations

Summative evaluations

  • The teacher will regularly assess the student’s writing and oral skills with:

Work at home

Keeping the notebook, taking notes, presentations

  • It will initiate the student to the self-evaluation: self-correction for example.

Rating rid



  • General Support
  • The general support is for any student who encounters difficulties on a specific aspect of a discipline or who needs to catch up on a given subject, notably due to the fact that he / she arrived later in the school, Illness or the fact that he / she is not studying in his or her mother tongue.
  • Students may need additional help to acquire effective learning strategies or learning abilities.
  • Moderate support
  • Moderate support is an extension of General Support. It is available for students with moderate learning disabilities or those requiring more targeted support.
  • Intensive Support
  • Intensive support is provided to students with special educational needs to help students develop the required skills (knowledge, skills and attitudes related to a discipline)