If your children are in Lux I, become a member of APEEEL1 :


If your children are in Lux II, become a member of APEEEL2 :


Au Luxembourg chaque élève est tout d'abord couvert par le système d'assurance accident nationale, AAA. Les assurances souscrites par l'École en ce qui concerne les accidents viennent en complément. Donc pour un élève de Lux 1 ou de Lux 2 c'est la même assurance AAA qui intervient tout d’abord, suivie éventuellement par les assurances des écoles, qui sont souscrites en complément.


Procédure normale en cas d’accident dans l’enceinte de l’école:


  1. se rendre à l'Infirmerie premiers soins et se procurer le formulaire déclaration accident AAA;
  2. veiller, lors de la visite en urgence, de préciser qu'il s'agit d'un accident en milieu scolaire et de donner le formulaire reçu à l'infirmerie: ainsi l'hôpital et/ou le médecin savent qu'ils envoient les factures directement à l'AAA et n'enverront pas de factures ni de rappels aux parents;
  3. remplir le formulaire déclaration accident de l'AAA (Association Assurance Accident du Luxembourg) avec le médecin et le retourner à l'Infirmerie;
  4. si l'AAA accepte et considère qu'il s'agit bien d'un accident, les factures seront automatiquement payées à 100% ; si l'AAA n'accepte pas l'accident, il faudra payer les factures et se faire rembourser par la Caisse de Maladie et puis le reste par les assurances complémentaires.




S'il s'agit de la Caisse de Maladie des UE, n'oubliez pas de cocher la case accident dans la demande de remboursement, ainsi l'École recevra en principe un décompte de ce qui a été remboursé. Si ce n'est pas remboursé à 100%, l'École fera suivre le décompte à Vanbreda (avec bien entendu les déclarations d'accidents).


S'il s'agit de la Caisse CNS, envoyez la demande de remboursement à la CNS et dès votre reçu de décompte, veuillez la donner à l'Infirmerie pour qu'ils puissent faire suivre à Vanbreda (avec bien entendu les déclarations d'accidents).




In Luxembourg every pupil is first of all covered by the national accidents insurance system, the AAA. The accidents insurance policies taken out by the school are  only complementary  to the overall scheme. So, be it a pupil of Lux 1 or Lux 2, the AAA is the first insurance policy to be applied, followed possibly by the school’s one.


Normal procedure in the case of an accident within school premises:


1.         Go to the school infirmary and get the AAA accident declaration form;

2.         at the ER, declare that the accident happened within the school premises and hand out the form received at the infirmary; the hospital and the doctors will thus know that they have to send invoices directly to the AAA and will not send invoices or payment reminders to the parents;

3.         fill out the AAA accident declaration form with the doctor and take it back to the school infirmary;

4.         if AAA accepts the fact that it is an accident, invoices will automatically and entirely be paid by them; if it doesn’t, parents will have to pay the invoices and be then reimbursed by the “Caisse de Maladie” at first, and subsequently by the subsidiary insurances.




If it’s the Caisse de Maladie of the EU, don’t forget to cross out the box  « accident » in the reimbursement form, because the school will thus receive a calculation of what has been actually reimbursed. If it’s not entirely reimbursed, the school will forward the calculation to Vanbreda (jointly with the accident declarations).


If it’s the Caisse CNS, please send the reimbursement query to CNS and give the receipt to the infirmary, so that it can be forwarded to Vanbreda (jointly with the accident declarations).


Lux 1 waiting area is in the cafeteria of the secondary building.

Parents whose children have activities in the primary building can access the waiting room in the primary building F112.

Lux 2

Lux 2 waiting area is on the ground floor of the primary building and in the cafeteria in the administration building and waiting area nursery building. Parents can also stay in the sports building hall after 16h30.

Supervised waiting area Lux 2

If an activity does not begin immediately after the school lessons ends (activity at 17:45 on Monday, for example), the primary school students who are not picked up by their parents and do not go to the CPE, must go to the ground floor mini library in the primary building, where they will be supervised until the activity starts. We draw your attention to the fact that children will go alone on the location of the activity and will be, at that time, under the responsibility of their parents.


The number and nature of activities should be scaled to maturity and temperament of children.

Kindergarten: emphasise creativity (e. g. art) and physicality (e. g. dance).

Early primary: emphasise physical development by uncomplicated, non-competitive sports.

Middle primary: Aim to provide activities which are not available in school at similar level (e. g. start music instrument lessons).

Later primary: Team sports will foster social skills, discipline. Fine motor skills can be developed through arts courses. Ensure some time is left for homework!

Early secondary: Build confidence through mastery of activities, without necessarily putting pressure to be the best. Ensure adequate time to cope with growing homework load.

Middle secondary: Encourage independent choices. Avoid burnout. Ensure time for socialising. Promote volunteering.

Extracurricular activities General Conditions

These activities are reserved for the children of the European School of Luxembourg II (and I).

A list of extracurricular activities for the current year can be found in the  menu Parent/Subscribe to a course.


  • Pupils are expected to observe the general school rules and to behave in an appropriate manner during participation in extracurricular activities.
  • Food may only be consumed in places authorized by the school.
  • If an activity session is cancelled by APEEEL2. or by the teacher for any reason, the pupils will be contacted in advance.
  • Personal information required for registration purposes will not be divulged by APEEEL2 without permission.
  • If a student is absent for his class, thank you to inform the monitor and APEEEL2 as soon as possible.


In line with the policy recommendations from the General Assembly and the APEEEL2 statutes, priority access to the activities will be given to registered, paid-up members of the Parents’ Associations APEEEL2).

  • Only by Internet on the APEEEL2 extracurricular activities website  https://periscolaire.apeeel2.lu/
  • The payment must be made by credit card. A confirmation will be sent to you by E-mail.
  • Once a course is complete, a waiting list system operates. If a space subsequently becomes available, or if a duplicate course is opened, these persons will have priority for inscription.
  • If places are available, late inscription may be possible. In all such cases please contact the APEEEL2. secretariat. The fees will be prorated.


  • The organizers reserve the right to modify the activities.
  • In the case of cancellation of the activity by the organizers, the fees paid in advance will be refunded.
  • Reimbursement will only be possible within the first two weeks after the start of the lesson; a fee of EUR 30 will be retained by the organizers to cover administrative fees.
  • After that date, reimbursement will only be possible in exceptional and justified circumstances (e.g. medical certificate of long duration). A fee of EUR 30 will be retained by the organizers to cover administrative fees.
  • In the case of withdrawal from a course, a fee of EUR 30 will be retained by the organizers to cover administrative fees.
  • In the case of a transfer from one activity to another, a fee of EUR 15 will be retained by the organizers.
  • No refund will be made for occasional absences by pupils or teachers.
  • In the event of expulsion for misbehaviour, no refund will be made.
  • If you have several children who are using the transfer service or if your child is transferred to several activities, after enrolment you will have a reduction.


  • Lessons may only take place in the school.
  • Pupils are expected to bring their own instrument (except piano, percussion).
  • The possibility of external examinations should be seen with the monitor. A specific payment may be required.
  • Monitors will recommend appropriate music scores. These have to be purchased separately by parents of the pupils.
  • If the monitor is absent, lessons should be recuperated according to mutual agreement between the monitor and the parent.
  • Except for duly certified medical reasons, a maximum of three absences are allowed per pupil/per class/per year. In the event of foreseeable absence by the pupil, please give 24 hours’ notice to the monitor and the APEEEL2. secretariat. No refund is possible: recuperation of the lesson is at the discretion of the monitor.
  • In the event of withdrawal by a pupil during a term, no refund will be made for that term unless there are exceptional and justified circumstances.
  • Provided a minimum of two weeks’ notice is given before the end of the term, fees for subsequent term(s) will be refunded (i.e. the signed transfer instruction will not be sent to the bank), however a fee of EUR 30 will be retained by the organizers to cover administrative fees.


  • Participating children are insured against accident under the school scheme.
  • In an emergency, course supervisors or APEEEL2. representatives will act in loco parentis.
  • Parents must inform the organizers of all relevant health issues prior to registration. In certain circumstances, the organizers reserve the right to refuse inscription.


  • The APEEEL2 is not responsible for unsupervised pupils either before or after the activities and hereby declines all responsibility for unsupervised pupils.
  • For the duration of the activity session, the course supervisor assumes all responsibility for surveillance.
  • It is important that pupils arrive on time and are collected punctually at the end of the activity session.
  • To avoid inconveniencing other activities, children must not enter rooms early, or leave late.
  • Students must never enter the classrooms before the course supervisor arrives.
  • Parents must remain with their child until the course supervisor arrives.
  • During the activity session, parents are asked not to remain in the classroom where the activity is taking place. A waiting area has been designated.
  • Parents are requested to use the main entrance when entering and leaving the school and not to open/close other security doors.
  • Valuable objects should not be left in the cloakrooms/changing room.


(For parents of children participating in extracurricular activities)

English version : DISCLAIMER_EN.docx

Version française : DISCLAIMER_FR.docx