: ADHD Open House
ADHD, ASC LD Belgium will have an “Open House” on from to . The event will foresee free consultations, small group talks, demonstrations with a variety of healthcare professionals to help children or teens with ADHD and/or the autistic spectrum. There will also be a Burn Out specialist who might be helpful for parents. Members: Free of Charge / Non-Members: 12 EUR. Further information: -edu.be
Camp Waziyatah – 4-Week Sleep-Away Camp Experience in America (Maine)
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8-: POLITICO EU Studies Fair
This one-stop-shop event allows leading universities to showcase their courses in EU studies, international relations, economics, law, business, management, and public policy, to a selected and highly-engaged international audience, while prospective students receive first-hand information and tailored advice on the programs that interest them.
- Networking sessions and access to our digital app
- A seminar entitled: „Guide to the upcoming EU election“
- A seminar on the EPSO test
- University Spotlights and much more!
Exchange with Italian students
The School has signed an agreement with the Lycee di Roma (Italy – G. Keplero), focused on strengthening the sense of European citizenship among young people, centred on research regarding the reasons that led each country to enter the EU.
As part of this project (which will last two years) the School is planning, among other things, an exchange programme for the families of students from the two participating schools.
The welcoming of Italian students by the families of our school is scheduled on 2-. Students who want to participate must attend classes 55, 56, or 57 (so between 16 and 18 years old). The host students of our school will have the right, if they wish, to stay in Rome with the families of the Italian students during the week of the project taking place in . Parents who are available to house Italian students should contact the following teachers via their e-mail addresses:- Ciro Bene (Philosophy teacher) – – Bruno Vitiello (teacher of Italian literature) –
Families will have to indicate the following on their availability statement:1) Surname and first name of the student2) Age and sex of the student3) Class and linguistic section they are attending
Join the Girl Guiding organisation
Does your daughter speak fluent English and would she like to join the Girl Guiding organisation? (For those not familiar with Girl Guiding, it’s the female equivalent of British scouts.)
The Girl Guiding units are split according to age with the 5-7 year old’s going to Rainbows, the 7-10 year old’s Brownies, the 10-14 year old’s Guides and the 14-18 year old’s attending Rangers. The units currently meet in Tervuren, Kraainem, Etterbeek and Waterloo.
They are also looking for adult volunteers to become unit (assistant) leaders, run events, help at camps or sleepovers, do administrative tasks. You name it they can find something to suit you! They offer in-house and online training for prospective volunteers depending on the role.
If you would like more information for your daughter or have a few hours to spare yourself please contact Jane Ellaby at: or take a look at the Girlguiding UK website: