The Luxembourg City Film Festival has started its hybrid edi...
Luxembourg City, as a municipality, is responsible for organising primary school education (Cycles 1-4) for its residents. It is responsible for monitoring compliance with compulsory school attendance, and for providing facilities that are conducive to delivering a high-quality education to pupils. To that end, the City of Luxembourg administers 19 schools occupying 49 buildings attended by some 5,000 students each year.
At local level, the municipal school commission (a consulting body of the municipal council) provides the framework for partnership between school authorities, school staff and parents.
The Luxembourg State guarantees every child an education that is:
- optional for children three years of age;
- compulsory for all children reaching four years of age before the 1st of September of that year;
- compulsory for a period of 12 consecutive years (in principle until the age of 16).
Public primary education is free, and the school books required by the official syllabus are provided to pupils at no cost.
More information on Luxembourg City's schools: Schools
Discover nature with all your senses at Haus vun der Natur, the nature centre in Kockelscheuer offering activities organised as part of the curriculum for Luxem...
Back to school: going green
Think green: a few tips for making going to school more eco-friendly
Beien an der Stad
A fun 14-station trail that teaches visitors all about the world of bees as they take a tour of the capital (+/-2.5 km).
Information and sign-up details for walking bus ("Pedibus") chaperones.
Enrolling your child in school
Every child who reaches the age of 4 by 1 September must begin attending school that same year. Municipal schools are free of charge for children who live in Lu...
European Mobility Week 2021
As part of the 2021 European Mobility Week (16–22 September), the City will be hosting a range of activities and events. There will be free guided tours of the ...
How it works and registration
Following fixed routes, the walking bus ("Pedibus") operates across the city and collects children from set stops. To use this service, you must sign up.
Luxembourg City schools
Luxembourg City has 19 elementary schools, which provide a high-quality public education to children aged 4 to 12 (Cycles 1 to 4).
New school buildings
Keen to provide its students with a learning environment that is as modern and comfortable as possible, the City is committed to adapting its new buildings to t...
Overview of activities
The activities centre on the forest, nature, life on the farm, gardening, and sustainable development. Whenever possible, they are held outside in order to give...
Promoting children's health
Health-related activities and initiatives aim to encourage children and their families to make healthier choices in terms of diet and daily activities.
Recommendations for parents
What should I do if my child is ill? Protect your child by getting them vaccinated, Getting enough exercise is important, Oral hygiene, Head lice, Multilinguali...
Registration and practical information
Information for children in Cycles 1 through 4 on registration, class schedules, guided study, school catchment areas and school trips.
School catchment areas
Find your child's school catchment area
Every municipality in the Grand Duchy is required by law to establish a school commission.
School holidays and breaks
The 2020/2021 school year begins on Monday, 14 September 2020 and ends on Thursday, 15 July 2021.
Taking account of children's and parents' needs
Schools, childcare centres and crèches are places that provide guidance and direction to parents as well as their children.
The nature centre
Located in the countryside outside the city, the "activités-nature" programme welcomes groups from the city's primary schools to the nature centre in Kockelsche...
Let's work together to ease traffic and minimise the number of cars around schools! The walking bus delivers children to their schools under the supervision of ...