• Welcome to Passage

    Passage is a parent support group and social network for parents and professionals related to the field of health, education and children’s social development in Luxembourg.

    We aim to provide a forum in Luxembourg for a vibrant community of parents and practitioners to exchange information and discuss the challenges of modern-day parenting.

    See our NEW PassageParents twitter for the latest news and updates!

  • Passage 5th Anniversary ‘Bring & Buy’ Birthday Bash!

    Save the date: Saturday 1st April, 12.00pm – 5.00pm
    The ‘Bring & Buy’ Birthday Bash will be a fundraising event for Passage to mark our 5th Anniversary and our pending a.s.b.l. status. We look forward to seeing friends and family there on the 1st for some celebratory fun!

  • NEW – Schooling for Children with Special or Additional Educational Needs in Luxembourg

    If your child has a special or additional educational needs diagnosis and you are moving to Luxembourg, or even if your child is already attending school in Luxembourg, it is a good idea to explore the various options available to you. In the NEW section we introduce the possibilities available in and outside Luxembourg.

  • Rites of Passage

    At the heart of our website is our ‘Rites of Passage’ section that takes parents on a developmental journey from conception to children leaving home. We have created a roadmap for parents to help guide them through the physical, mental, emotional and social changes their children will go through on the passage to adulthood.

  • NEW – We Are On Twitter!

    For all the latest Passage news and updates of events, please check our NEW twitter feed on www.twitter.com/PassageParents

  • NEW Video Uploaded Of “Keeping History Alive”

    On Wednesday 22nd April, Passage hosted a unique evening seminar entitled “Keeping History Alive” with a special guest speaker. Steven Frank, a Dutch Jew and one of only 93 children who survived the atrocities at Thereienstadt, told the fascinating story about his grim and harrowing experiences in the Czech concentration camp during the Second World War.
    In the meantime, here is a video of Steven’s talk and a brief account of the evening’s events for your reference.


Please join us at the next support group meeting after the Easter break on Monday 24th April

For more details, CLICK HERE

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Join us at the next evening on Thursday 6th April at Bosso Brasserie from 7:45pm

For more details, CLICK HERE

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