Since the summer of 2020, public schools have been offering free optional remedial courses as part of the Summerschool. This year they will take place from 29 August to 9 September 2022.
Summerschool was originally intended to help struggling students catch up on schooling related to the COVID-19 crisis. By reissuing the offer, the Ministry of National Education, Children and Youth confirms the importance it attaches to tutoring, in line with the government's 2018-2023 programme. Tutoring in general, and Summerschool in particular, are part of the arsenal of the policy to reduce social inequalities.
In 2020, 5,900 pupils (4,800 at primary level and almost 1,100 at secondary level) took part in the first Summerschool. In 2021, there were 7,270 students (5,500 at primary level and 1,770 at secondary level).
Thematic files for Summerschool or home
As in previous years, the Summerschool learning sessions are based on the thematic dossiers developed by the Service de coordination de la recherche et de l'innovation pédagogiques et technologiques (SCRIPT) for the language and mathematics subjects from C2.1 to 4e.
These dossiers are accessible via the student's IAM on this page https://schouldoheem.lu/lu/summerschool from 15 July to 14 September 2022. They also include model answers and can therefore be used independently or accompanied by parents at any time during the school holidays.
Si vous avez des questions ou désirez profiter d’un suivi psychologique, vous pouvez contacter le service d’assistance au numéro suivant : 8002 9090 ou utiliser le formulaire en ligne suivant :