Category: Academic

Open Day 2019 – secondary (Luxembourgish and English sections)

Would you like to find out more about the school offer at LML? Then come visit us with your parents during our Open Day on Saturday 11th May 2019 between 9:00AM and 12.30PM! There will be 3 presentations in Luxembourgish, French and English followed by a guided tour of the school : at 9 am : presentation in Luxembourgish at 10 am : presentation in French at 11 am : presentation in English. Each of these sessions will be followed by a guided tour in small groups: visitors will be accompanied by teachers as well as members of the service éducatif and the SePAS, with explanations available in Luxembourgish, French and English. There will also be guided tours for prospective students organised by our current students. The different departments of our school (biology, chemistry, physics, applied mechanics, technology, economic and social sciences, art, sports, geography, history, music, languages,…) will organise workshops and demonstrations allowing you to discover some of our activities. We invite you to consult the other sections of our website for more information on school enrolment and the curriculum, our establishment, our timetables, our pedagogical means of...

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Primary Open Morning

Open Morning on Saturday 23 March 2019 between 9:00 and 12.00 AM! Please join us for a presentation at 9.00 and at 10.30 AM. You can meet our staff and discover our school and our learner profile, the Cambridge Primary Curriculum and the exciting range of learning activities at different information stands: Core subjects: English, Mathematics, Science Languages: Luxembourgish, French and German Foundation subjects: Art and Design, Humanities (Geography and History), ICT, Music, PE, Philosophy for Children, Global perspectives KiVa, a research-based antibullying program that has been developed in the University of Turku, Finland Venue: ISML – 1 avenue Joseph Sax L-2515...

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Admissions – secondary section

We invite the families to fill in our online application form. In addition to the online form, the following documents as pdf file have to be send to secondary.documents(at)lml.lu The application will only by processed after ALL the required documents have been received. Copy of student’s ID Card or Passport For residents in Luxembourg: Certificat de résidence élargi (from your local commune) Details about the academic career – Reports cards : Most recent report card Past report cards (the last three years) SEN reports from specialists and reports from previous schools regarding arrangements provided to the student (if applicable) Documents in English, German and French are accepted. An English translation is required for all other languages. Unofficial translations are acceptable. Please note that applications are closing on 15 March 2018 for those wishing to receive an admissions decision by end of...

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ISML – FAQ

FAQ (November 2017) What is the procedure for enrolling a child at the school? Enrolment is done by application only. Due to the current unprecedented demand for spaces, we are in the process of redesigning and optimising our application procedure in collaboration with other public international schools.  In the early spring, we will offer a registration period, during which parents and pupils can visit both our primary and secondary schools to receive guidance on our curriculum. This will simultaneously allow us to meet prospective families. Following a close consideration of each application, families receive feedback from the school. What are the entry requirements and how does the selection process work? We carefully review each application, focusing on the child’s educational background, the family’s motivations for joining our school as well as the pupil’s aspirations and possible career plans. This review process is undertaken to ensure that the needs of the families joining our school can be met. We always aim to ensure that our school offer is the best option for any child that we enrol. While this is a time-consuming process, it is indispensable. Alongside the child’s educational background, the length of their stay in Luxembourg is also a relevant factor. For example, we may be the best option for a child who has just arrived in Luxembourg with no prior knowledge of Luxembourg’s school languages. Similarly, families...

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Immediate entries and admission 2019/2020 – primary section

Applications previously submitted Parents wishing to reactive an application previously submitted may do so by sending an email to primary.documents(at)lml.lu stating: Applicant’s name Wish to reactivate last year’s application Year group for September 2019 Any possible changes concerning current school, contact information or SEN The re-activation will only be processed after all the updated required documents have been received.         New applications We invite the families to fill in our online application form. In addition to the online form, the following documents as pdf file have to be send to primary.documents(at)lml.lu The application will only by processed after ALL the required documents have been received. Copy of student’s ID Card or Passport For residents in Luxembourg: Certificat de résidence élargi (from your local commune) Details about the academic career – Reports cards (if applicable): Most recent report card Past report cards (the last three years) SEN reports from specialists and reports from previous schools regarding arrangements provided to the student Documents in English, German and French are accepted. An English translation is required for all other languages. Unofficial translations are acceptable. Please note that applications are closing on 31 March 2019 for those wishing to receive an admissions decision by end of...

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Chemistry Department

 Presentation of our chemistry department The chemistry department of international school Michel Lucius is situated in the aisle 4000 on the 3rd floor of the school where we offer: four equipped classrooms three equipped practical rooms each classroom and laboratory is equipped with beamer, apple tv and elmo. International School Michel Lucius   A first introduction to chemistry is facilitated in the Science classes (age 12-14). The international GCSE curriculum (4IEC and 3IEC, age 15-16) is an externally assessed 2-year programme covering the most important areas of chemistry. This qualification enables a successful progression to the externally assessed AS and A Level (age 16-18).   More information on the different qualifications can be found under the following links:   international GCSE (age 14-16) AS Level and A Level (age 16-18) Lycée Michel Lucius Chemistry is teached in german in following sections: Générale Ingénierie (GIG) from 4e to 1e Générale Sciences Naturelles (GSN) from 4ème to 1e Générale Professions de Santé et Professions Sociales (GPS) from 4ème to 3ème Our students work to pass the ‘diplôme de fin d’études secondaire et technique (GIG et GSN)’, or to be able to go to another school to learn a profession in the health or social sector. Our team Teachers (in alphabetical order) Franziska Gläser Daniel Goedert Marc Junker Guy Kremer David Lowe Delphine Mordenti Diane Müller Keven Muller Tania Thill Assistant Tania...

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Manuels scolaires

Vous pouvez télécharger les listes des manuels scolaires pour 2017-2018 en cliquant sur les différentes classes : Cycle inférieur : 7ST 8TE 9TE Cycles moyens et supérieurs : 10CM – 11CM – 12CG – 13CG 10PS – 11PS 10SN – 11SN – 12SN – 13SN 10TG – 11TG – 12GE – 13GE   English Classes : 1IEC – 2017-18 – Book list 2IEC – 2017-18 – Book list 3IEC – 2017-18 – Book list 4IEC – 2017-18 – Book list 5IEC – 2017-18 – Book list 6IEC – 2017-18 – Book list 7IEC – 2017-18 – Book...

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Foehr 2017

From 13th May to 20th May and 19th May to 26th May 2017, students in 10SN classes at Lycée Michel Lucius went on their annual international ecological field trip to the German island of Foehr in the Northsea. Please find here a first impression captured by a local newspaper: Föhr_2017_(article in...

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Géographie / Geography

Was ist Geographie? Geographie wird leider sehr oft als ein Lernen von Fakten, Hauptstädten und Flaggen missverstanden. Dies hat eigentlich reichlich wenig mit Geographie zu tun. Geographie hilft einem, die Welt in der wir leben besser zu verstehen. Eine Besonderheit und Stärke der Geographie liegt dabei in einer Verbindung einer naturwissenschaftlichen und einer sozialwissenschaftlichen Perspektive. Dabei wird in der „Physischen Geographie“ unsere physische Umwelt untersucht (Klima, Wetter, Naturkatastrophen, Plattentektonik, Entstehung von Landschaften etc). Die Humangeographie befasst sich dagegen mit dem menschlichen Handeln und den Auswirkungen auf unsere Umgebung (Bevölkerungswachstum, Wirtschaft, Globalisierung, Nutzung von Ressourcen, Nachhaltige Entwicklung, Städteplanung, Entwicklungsunterschiede etc).   Gerade heute, wo unsere Erde von anhaltendem Bevölkerungswachstum, von weitreichenden globalen Umweltveränderungen, von sozialer und ökonomischer Ungleichheit und von einer zunehmenden Verknappung natürlicher Ressourcen geprägt ist, ist geographisches Wissen deshalb essentiell. “Geography opened my eyes on how the world functions, how everything is connected – the physical environement and human activities – and what can be done to improve our world we have today in a more sustainable way.” A Level Geography student ” As Geography covers so many different topics, it gives you a much better understanding of how the world functions. Since I took Geography, it became much easier to understand news reports. I can now understand how everything is connected and what the different conflicts are about” A Level Geography student The Geography Team von links...

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