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Our schools, youth

Contacts  :

Nursery school (Wiesviller)

Class day : 08:05 - 11:35 | 13 : 35 - 16 : 05

Phone: 03 87 02 32 09

Elementary school (Wiesviller)

Class day : 08: 1 0 - 11 : 4 0 | 13 : 4 0 - 16 : 10

Phone: 03 87 02 25 11

Elementary school (Woelfling)

Class day : 08: 00 - 11: 30 | 13:30 - 16:00

Phone: 03 87 02 34 79

Extracurricular (SIVOM)

before class : 07: 00 - 08 : 00

Lunch break: 11: 30-13: 30

after class: 16:00 - 18:00

Phone :

Nursery School mission

 

The law on the refunding of the School creates a single cycle for the nursery school and underlines its fundamental place as the first step to guarantee the success of all the pupils within a school which is fair for all and demanding for each one.
Kindergarten is a caring school, even more so than the later stages of the school career. Its main mission is to make children want to go to school to learn, assert and develop their personality. It is based on a fundamental principle: all children are able to learn and progress. By showing confidence in each child, nursery school encourages them to have confidence in their own power to act and think, in their ability to learn and succeed in schooling and beyond.

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INFO: Peri-curricular daycare registrations

A permanence for registrations to the peri-curricular daycare service is organized on:

Tuesday 29 December 2020 between 8 am and 11 am.

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Nursery School mission

 

The law on the refunding of the School creates a single cycle for the nursery school and underlines its fundamental place as the first step to guarantee the success of all the pupils within a school which is fair for all and demanding for each one.
Kindergarten is a caring school, even more so than the later stages of the school career. Its main mission is to make children want to go to school to learn, assert and develop their personality. It is based on a fundamental principle: all children are able to learn and progress. By showing confidence in each child, nursery school encourages them to have confidence in their own power to act and think, in their ability to learn and succeed in schooling and beyond.

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COVID-19 health information

 

Once again, health security is at the heart of the start of the All Saints holidays !!

A protocol, applicable since November 2, 2020, based on the recommendations of the High Council for Public Health, reflects a strengthening of health measures.
Thus, in accordance with the announcements of the President of the Republic, all students are welcomed in schools but wearing the "general public" mask is now compulsory for elementary school students , as it was already in college and high school.

Nursery School mission

 

The law on the refunding of the School creates a single cycle for the nursery school and underlines its fundamental place as the first step to guarantee the success of all the pupils within a school which is fair for all and demanding for each one.
Kindergarten is a caring school, even more so than the later stages of the school career. Its main mission is to make children want to go to school to learn, assert and develop their personality. It is based on a fundamental principle: all children are able to learn and progress. By showing confidence in each child, nursery school encourages them to have confidence in their own power to act and think, in their ability to learn and succeed in schooling and beyond.

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Nursery School mission

 

The law on the refunding of the School creates a single cycle for the nursery school and underlines its fundamental place as the first step to guarantee the success of all the pupils within a school which is fair for all and demanding for each one.
Kindergarten is a caring school, even more so than the later stages of the school career. Its main mission is to make children want to go to school to learn, assert and develop their personality. It is based on a fundamental principle: all children are able to learn and progress. By showing confidence in each child, nursery school encourages them to have confidence in their own power to act and think, in their ability to learn and succeed in schooling and beyond.

Should you have your child vaccinated to enroll him in school, crèche or daycare?

Verified on 18 February 2021 - Directorate of Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister)

 

Your child must be vaccinated (unless there is a recognized medical contraindication) to be admitted to a nursery, school, daycare, summer camp or any other children's community.

 

Note: if your child is not up to date with his vaccinations, provisional admission is possible. You then have 3 months to proceed with the vaccinations. In case of refusal, the person in charge of the crèche, school or daycare can exclude your child. The number of compulsory vaccines depends on the birth date of your child.

Health liaison form

The cerfa 10008-02 health liaison form (compulsory for registration in the extracurricular service) allows families to transmit important information concerning the child's health to the group manager (or to the health assistant).

In the event of an accident or illness, it enables the group manager (or the health assistant) to immediately transmit to health professionals the elements necessary for immediate and effective care of the child.

Child born before 2018

The 3 compulsory vaccinations are as follows:

  • diphtheria,

  • tetanus and polio (DTP).

    • And for residents of Guyana , yellow fever, from 1 year old.

 

Persons with parental authority must ensure that this obligation is respected.

The recommended vaccinations concern:

  • diseases such as tuberculosis, whooping cough, rubella, measles, and mumps, chicken pox, influenza, hepatitis B, shingles,

  • invasive infections caused by haemophilus influenzae type B, pneumococcus, meningococcus C,

  • human papillomavirus infections.

Child born from 2018 (active)

The 11 compulsory vaccinations are as follows, for babies and children:

  • Diphtheria,

  • tetanus and polio (DTP)

  • Whooping cough

  • Invasive Haemophilus influenzae type b infections

  • Hepatitis B

  • Invasive pneumococcal infections

  • Meningococcal serogroup C

  • Measles, mumps and rubella.

    • And for residents of Guyana , yellow fever, from 1 year old.

 

Persons with parental authority must ensure that this obligation is respected.

The recommended vaccinations concern:

  • diseases such as tuberculosis, chickenpox, influenza, shingles,

  • human papillomavirus infections.

 

Note: The doctor who performs the vaccine must mention it in your child's health record book. You must present the health record book as proof of the completion of the compulsory vaccinations.

Note: if your child is admitted to an establishment for more than 1 year, proof of vaccination must be presented each year.

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Extracurricular documents

Please find extracurricular documents below, at your disposal

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Extracurricular documents

Please find extracurricular documents below, at your disposal

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