Discover Brussels' international schools for your children
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL MONTGOMERY - Brussels
The school welcomes students from 6 to 18 and offers the choice between an English and a bilingual French/English program. Our network covers almost 200 pupils and more than 40 different nationalities.
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Tel : 02 / 733 63 23
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AGNES SCHOOL - Etterbeek
In the heart of Brussels, Agnes School offers parents an educative project with guaranteed personal development and academic excellence for each child, with a Christian vision of family and life.
As an international school, this institute delivers several quality diplomas. Pupils can expect to obtain the certificates of the Cambridge, Belgian French Community (CEB) and Belgian Flemish Community (IDP) educational programs.
Rue Louis Hap, 143 - Bruxelles
Tel : 02 / 736 13 86
EUROPEAN SCHOOL BRUSSELS III
LYCÉE FRANÇAIS JEAN MONNET – Uccle
ISB - Brussels
Tel : 02 / 661 42 11
INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL
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How can you help your child to get ready for school?
In Belgium, public and private school as well as national and international ones open their classes in September. If your child is about to begin his or her first year in a new system, he or she can be quite stressed. As parents, you can apply some pieces of advice to avoid this situation. Here are some pro tips, to make him/her feel more comfortable, whenever September is around the corner.
- Generally, teachers draw a list of supplies. They sometimes establish it and send it to the parents prior to the first day of school. If you already know the school material (books, text books, craft supplies, etc.) which will be required, buy them in advance. These supplies will be needed during the entire school year.
- It is also the right time to reorganise the time schedule of your kids, especially their bed and meal time so that they will pick up the school rhythm gradually.
- Do not hesitate to establish a new routine that will follow the schedule of the school year: plan less outdoor activities and more reading time, and so on.
- Be sure to have all the needed clothes ready: sports outfit, pressed uniforms, winter shoes…
- If you plan to let your child go to school alone, make sure he or she knows the journey. Why not go with them a few times at the start of the year or even before the classes begin?
We also advise you to address and answer the questions and fears that your child may have. A new school year always represents a big change for them and might therefore cause stress and tensions. A good way to do that is by describing to them a typical day at school. If you know other parents of pupils, organise a meeting with the kids so they can all get along.
Information published on the 25th of August 2022 on the webpage Brussels Expats / International Schools.