Updated 4 March 2019
Following an exchange of letters with the Secretary-General of the European Schools, the United Kingdom Department for Education confirmed on 1 March, the common understanding that, in case of a no-deal scenario, the UK will continue to:
- Contribute to the system of the European Schools by seconding teachers until 31 August 2020.
- Contribute with two national inspectors to the system of the European Schools until the end of the 2019/20 school year.
- Provide experts in relation to the European Baccalaureate.
- Recognise the European Baccalaureate automatically if the European Baccalaureate is acquired before 31 August 2020, specifically granting holders of the European Baccalaureate all the benefits attaching to the possession of the diploma or certificate awarded at the end of secondary school education in the Member State of which they are nationals; entitlement to seek admission to any university in the UK on the same terms as nationals of the UK with equivalent qualification.
Consequently, The UK Department for Education has now written to the teachers seconded by the UK to the European schools informing them of the withdrawal of their ‘at risk of redundancy’ status.
>>> Updated 25 February 2019 – Please click on the links below for the latest communication from the Secretary General of the European Schools regarding the UK seconded teachers in the European Schools.
>>> Updated on 13/02/2019 –
Please click on the link below for an updated version of the Brexit letter from the President of Interparents, taking into account the discussion at the Joint Teaching Committee and other recent events.
Interparents Updated Letter on Brexit
>>> Updated on 07/02/2019 – You will find below an official communication from the President of Interparents, in reaction to the letter of “Notification of risk of compulsory redundancy” which was sent by the UK authorities to all remaining UK seconded staff in the European Schools.
Interparents Communication – Letter on UK Seconded Teachers
Lux2 has only 2 remaining UK seconded teachers, both in the Secondary Cycle. APEEEL2 will of course continue to keep parents informed about the negotiations between the Secretary General of the European School and the British authorities.