Category Archives: Additional Educational Needs

Support for Students in Luxembourgish Schools has a New Name

In June 2017 the Maison de l’orientation (Orientation House) came into legislation recognising the on-going need for Special Educational support in Luxembourgish schools. The “Centre” in Luxembourg Ville was previously known as CPOS and in line with these changes is now known as CePAS (Centre Psycho-social d’Accompagnement Scolaires); and the

EVENT: International Forum on Learning Disorders – Register Now!

Saturday 30th January, 8.30am-6pm There is an International Forum on Learning Disorders, organised by the Fondation du Grand-Duc et de la Grande-Duchesse on Saturday, 30th January from 8.30am. This important event aims to create a platform for dialogue and exchange with parents, teachers and professionals concerned with the issue and throughout

No Two Children the Same – Celebrating Difference

Recently I was privileged to attend an interactive talk for parents by Fintan O’Regan, who is an experienced additional educational needs consultant from the UK. The presentation was a breath of fresh air for parents interested in how attitudes in education are changing to understanding more about non-traditional learners. Basically,