FAQ

Psychological service

Mrs Anne-Sophie GENICOT

(Psychologist – Nursery and primary cycle)

02/629.47.68 anne-sophie.genicot@eursc.eu Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:

from  8.00 to 15.30

Mrs Suzanne NIMAX

(Psychologist – Secondary cycle)

02/629.47.73 suzanne.nimax@eursc.eu Monday and Thursday: from 8.30 to 16.00

Tuesday: from 8.30 to 13.00

Friday: from 9.00 to 12.00

Our offices are located in the AA building, just in front of the infirmary.

 

School psychologists undertake to observe and guide the pupils, to identify and support children going through a situation of school failure or suffering from emotional or relational disorders. They work with the teaching staff, the parents, the pupils as with all members of the educational community (nurses, school doctors, therapists, learning support teachers, educational advisors…), and with the external operators.

School psychologists main functions include : the prevention, the evaluation and the intervention.

The preventive work applies to different areas and different levels, always in conjunction with the educational staff, and in accordance with the institutional projects.

Subjects to take into consideration may be :
• violence at school
• addictions
• health education
• environmental respect
• work methods
• relationship with others…

At the evaluation level, school psychologists’ work consists of an analysis of all difficulties encountered by the pupil or the class. In this respect, a number of different tools may be used, as observation, questionnaires or meetings.
Overall assessments allowing to evaluate the level of the pupil will not be effectuated by the school psychological service, but the parents can refer to the list of specialized centers available.
At the intervention level, an active listening and counseling is proposed to pupils, teaching staff and parents.

Learning support
School psychologists collaborate with the educational teams in charge and participates to the Council and to the actions that have been performed.


 

Websites that could be of some interest to parents and teachers.

 

  • Learning disabilities

A website offering many resources to teachers and parents of "dys" children.
http://blog.crdp-versailles.fr/ressourcesdysgarches/index.php/

 

  • Belgian association of parents of children with learning disabilities
    www.apeda.be/

 

 

  • Association of parents of children with high abilities

www.ehpbelgique.org