The Ministry of Education, Children and Youth has just set up a new system of assistance and support for students, teachers and parents during the suspension of classes.
The helpline 8002 9090 of the Ministry of Education answers all questions related to the needs and concerns of children and young people: well-being, learning and guidance.
The schouldoheem.lu website aims to support home-based learning and distance education provided by teachers. The teaching materials made available on this platform are a complementary and optional offer to the work that teachers ask their students to do.
Hotline 8002 9090: over a hundred teachers who listen to students, parents and teachers
Pupils in fundamental and secondary education as well as their parents can contact the helpline 8002 9090 for pedagogical support. Over a hundred teachers and experts are available to answer their questions related to distance learning in the different disciplines. This telephone service is available in about 15 languages.
Parents can also contact the helpline for technical assistance in installing and using the online applications.
The helpline is also aimed at teachers looking for advice on developing content and exercises for their students.
Psychological advice and support
Students and parents can contact helpline 8002 9090 for advice or psychological support in situations of isolation or psycho-social problems. This service is provided by psycho-socio-educational professionals from the Centre psycho-social et d'accompagnement scolaires (Psycho-social and School Support Centre - CePAS) and other relevant services of the Ministry.
Teaching resources and materials adapted to all age groups
More user-friendly, the www.schouldoheem.lu platform now offers a wide range of content, educational resources and technological tools for students at all grade levels and teachers of all disciplines. The platform is continuously fed with new content.
Daily challenges for students
To motivate pupils in their learning, national challenges are offered to them every day on www.schouldoheem.lu in the form of small competitions. This may include problem solving, spelling exercises, mental arithmetic, etc. Prizes will be awarded to the winners.
Press release by the Ministry of Education, Children and Youth