The Parents’ Association has two main tasks:
Two members of the APEEE Board participate in the School’s Board (Conseil d’Administration), which manages administrative and financial aspects of the school.
Our Association appoints parent members to two separate enlarged Education Councils for the Primary and the Secondary schools.
In these meetings the Association makes proposals, expresses its point of view on items discussed, working together with the directors and teachers of the school.
In consultation with other members of the school community, the association follows up numerous important matters at school, for example: the problem of overcrowding, the division of pupils between the European Schools in Brussels, construction and renovation works at the school, tobacco and drug abuse, etc.
The Association is a member of InterParents, which brings together the Parents’ Associations of all the European schools. InterParents has limited rights to participate in meetings of the Board of Governors (Conseil Supérieur), the body which oversees the entire European School system.
The Board of Governors also has a number of working groups, in many of which parents are represented.
The costs of school transport, the canteen, and extracurricular activities are met by payments from the families using the services. In the case of transport, the institution employing a parent may contribute.
The Social Fund of the APEEE may:
In case of social hardship, the APEEE – Social Fund can decide on financial assistance to individual families for more details please click on the following link :
The number of applicants and the available Social Fund budget will also be taken into account.
Note, according to the rules for the social fund, financial assistance can only be paid once for a child in his or her school career.
The application form (see below) can be send to APEEE Secretariat.
As announced in the national media, an agricultural demonstration will take place on Monday 26th February 2024, which could cause major disruption to the capital’s road network.
The disruption is expected to start at 07:00 and could affect the APEEE school transport service. Due to this situation, we anticipate the risk of delays and/or cancellations to the usual routes. The transport service will keep the concerned parents informed in real time.
We understand that this may cause inconvenience and would like to thank you in advance for your understanding and patience during this exceptional circumstance. We will do our best to minimise disruption.
Updated on 19/01/2024 – 11:50