The psycho-emotional balance plays a major role in learning. This is why there are many initiatives and actions to ensure the well-being of students in our secondary school. 
In situations felt to be urgent, the school, as an institution with a responsibility towards its students, reserves the right to send a student to the school psychologist even without informing the parents beforehand. 
We are presenting here the various entities aimed at guaranteeing the healthy development of our pupils.
Transgressive behaviour

In our efforts to create an inclusive and safe community in school, we have been taking part in various conversations and activities which included dialogues between students and teachers, workshops for staff and students on bystander intervention, conversations on healthy relationships, as well as a preliminary discussion with Ms Karen De Wilde from Sensoa for staff members. We look forward to learning from these initial efforts and improving the quality of our relationships together as a school community.

You will find below a form to be completed by witnesses or victims of transgressive behaviour in school. These forms are confidential but not anonymous. They are also available on The Teams of your child’s year group (S1 to S7).

The information transmitted via this form is of course confidential and only the members of the anti sexual harassment group (FLAG-team) have access to this data. The form is hosted on Office 365 within the EURSC organisation. As with all things related to our EURSC systems, GDPR rules apply. The form will be updated in the future depending on the needs of the school community, and our resources.

We are committed to ensuring the well-being of all members of our school community and are convinced that together we can achieve this.

For more information on what constitutes transgressive behavior, visit https://flagsystem.org/ to read more about the Flag System.
Complaint of sexual transgression
Anti-sha policy / Clothing policy

FLAG policy (Policy against Sexually Transgressive Behaviour)

Our Educational Advisers

The educational advisers ensure the well-being and discipline of pupils. They provide guidance to students regarding conflict management, learning or emotional issues. They also ensure smooth communication between students and parents on the one hand and the administration, teaching staff, pedagogical coordinators or psychologists on the other. The team of Education Advisers is managed by the Assistant Deputy Director.

You can find their contact details here.

Our Guidance Team

The Guidance Team is always pleased to meet you!  We are a group of voluntary teachers and educational advisors who are skilled to coach and listen to our students. Are you in need for a talk? Are there tensions at home? Feeling overwhelmed? Concerned about a friend or parent? Don’t hesitate to contact us!

We cover all language sections across the secondary cycle. You are free to speak with anyone of us. We intervene on class level covering all kinds of topics whenever that seems necessary. We work closely with the advisors, the Care Team and the school psychologists.

We respect professional secrecy. This means we only talk about our student coaching inside a professional context. This is different from our school psychologists, whose work implies confidentiality.

You can find the members of our guidance team on the posters in school or on the Teams group of your year. We can meet up at school or on Teams. Our ‘door’ is always open.

Our Educational Support
We have an important support structure appropriate for students with special educational difficulties or needs during their schooling. 
Our Psychologists 
Our students can easily take advantage of this important well-being resource by making an appointment with our educational advisors or members of the Guidance Team. The content of the interviews is confidential. More information here.

• Ms. Anne DELORME, psychologist in charge of the FR, IT, PT sections
anne.delorme@eursc.eu  -  02 774 22 33
Meets with our pupils on   Mondays and Fridays 8:30 am - 4:30 pm  
and  Wednesdays 8:30 am - 2:30 pm

• Mrs. Simina TURCU, psychologist in charge of the EN, NL, DE, SW, FI, LET, LIT, EST sections
simina.turcu@eursc.eu  -   02 774 22 62
Meets with our pupils on  Tuesdays, Wednesdays 8:30 am - 3:30 pm  
and  Thursdays 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
The “Care Team”
Consisting of members from the Management and educational environment staff members, the “Care Team” meets every week in order to establish long-term support and ensure the harmonious development of the pupils.
- During these meetings, each member reviews the socio-emotional, psychological or learning situations of students with special needs.
- The group analyses and then defines points of action as well as the people in charge for each case.
Members of the “Care Team”:
- Deputy Director of the Secondary School
- Assistant Deputy Director of the Secondary School
- Nurse
- Psychologists 
- Guidance Team Coordinator
- (according to needs) Educational support Coordinator
Secondary Programme to promote 8 Life Skills    
In response to the need for our school to clearly state its vision (as part of the whole school plan), we believe that adopting these 8 life skills will benefit pupils, staff, and parents. This is not only a social programme, but it also has proven academic benefits. The goal is to create a school community using these eight life skills as a framework. 
These life skills are discussed and worked on during Class Time (formerly known as Life Skills Hour). It's a privileged moment during which the teacher and their students can discuss, which contributes to a positive dynamic within the class.