Leaving no one out

Support programmes in primary school

1. The APC (complementary educational activities):
In addition to class time, the teachers organise these activities for one hour per week. They offer a wide range of pedagogical activities and enable pupils to receive differentiated support, adapted to their needs, to encourage or reinforce the pleasure of learning. Teachers can thus help pupils when they encounter difficulties in their learning, support them in their personal work or offer them an activity planned as part of the school project.

2. FLSCO (French as a study Language):
This programme is aimed at pupils from kindergarten to CM2 whose mother tongue is not French and who are experiencing difficulties in class due to a lack of mastery of French. A specialised teacher offers French language tutoring lessons to small groups of pupils during modern language classes.

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SUPPORT PROGRAMMESIN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

1. Help with work at the College
This time is dedicated, outside of class hours, to the student’s accomplishment of tasks requested by his or her teachers and to support for progress and improvement of academic skills.

2. Personalized support in High School
This teaching time is integrated into the timetable, from Seconde to Terminale, for two hours per week. It is carried out in small groups of students. In Seconde, the objective is to help students progress and improve their academic skills, according to their needs, in French and mathematics.

In PremiĂšre, this accompaniment focuses on French and on the speciality courses. In Terminale, it focuses on specialised courses (2 hours).

Support for students with special needs

We put in place action plans to support pupils with special educational needs. There are four main types of support:

  1. PPRE: Programme Personnalisé de Réussite Educative .
    personalised school success plan for pupils with persisting school difficulties.
  2. PAP: Plan d’Accompagnement Personnalisé.
    personalised support plan for pupils/students suffering from a “dys-“ disorder
  3. PAI: Projet d’Accueil IndividualisĂ©.
    personalised integration plan in the event of a disease
  4. PPS: Projet Personnalisé de Scolarisation.
    personalised schooling plan, when the handicap situation has been acknowledged (by an MDPH – Departmental House for Handicapped People – for a French pupil/student)
PPRE

FOR ALL REQUESTS CONCERNING PERSONALISED SUPPORT, CONTACT OUR TEAM

Nouhad BOUZERDAN
Nurse

infirmerie@lycee-bonaparte.fr

Doris DRUESNE
Nurse

infirmerie@lycee-bonaparte.fr

Fatma HAMADI
Psychologist

hamadif@lycee-bonaparte.fr