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School directory

Who to contact

Parents and teachers have regular one-to-one discussions about the students.

Parents are required to respond to summons from the class teacher, the president of the school committee or the regional director.

School personnel

The class teacher is the first contact person for parents for any questions relating to their child’s school career, as well as for every other teacher intervening in a class in relation to the subject he or she teaches.
During the school year, the class teacher regularly organizes individual exchanges and information sessions and consultation meetings for all parents.

Chair of the school committee

The chair of the school committee can be contacted for questions that go beyond the day-to-day teaching of a class.

Regional director

Marc Bodson is the regional director of elementary education in charge of the Differdange schools. He is the hierarchical superior of the teaching staff.

Deputy directors:

  • Lenka Divis
  • Claudine Dahm
  • Christian Schartz

CI – Commission for Inclusion

The Commission for Inclusion is in charge of the files of students with significant learning, behavioral, psychological or other special needs. It has an in-depth diagnosis drawn up to ensure that the child receives the best possible care and adapted school supervision, either at the request of the teaching and educational staff of the schools or at the request of the parents.

The CI is placed under the responsibility of one of the deputy directors of the regional directorate, namely Lenka Divis.

Parent representatives to the schools

Parent representatives are elected every three years. They represent the parents on the school committee. Of all the elected representatives, 4 representatives will be elected to serve on the school board.

The next elections for parent representatives will take place in 2022. Every parent whose child attends one of the elementary schools in Differdange can run as a candidate from his or her child’s school. Information about this will be distributed to parents in due course.

School board

The school board is an advisory body to the municipal council. It ensures the partnership between the communal authorities, school staff and parents.

Useful contacts

Department of Education and Children
(Schools, Maison Relais, childcare facilities, CSA)

City Hall – 3rd floor
40, avenue Charlotte
L-4530 Differdange
T.: 58 77 1-101

Directorate of elementary education Differdange (region 4)

51 rue Émile Mark
L-4620 Differdange
T.: 247-551 70

CI – Commission for Inclusion

51, rue Emile Mark
L-4620 Differdange
T.: 247-551 70


51, rue Emile Mark
L-4620 Differdange
T.: 247-551 70

CASNA – Cellule d’accueil scolaire pour nouveaux arrivants
(welcome unit for newly-arrived children of secondary-school age)

Maison de l’Orientation
58, boulevard Grande-Duchesse Charlotte
L-1330 Luxembourg
T.: 247-852 77
T.: 247-752 77

Ministry of National Education, Childhood and Youth

29, rue Aldringen
L-1118 Luxembourg
T.: (+352) 247-851 00
Fax: (+352) 247-851 13

Cultural service (information about the music school and associations)

Aalt Stadhaus
38, avenue Charlotte
L-4530 Differdange
T.: 58 77 1-1900


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