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Schola Europaea
Office of the Secretary-General

Ref.: 2010-D-35-en-1 Orig.: FR

Fact sheets on types II and III schools



Scuola per l’Europa, Parma
EUROPEAN AGENCY: EFSA (European Food and Safety Authority): 127 pupils

Nursery Primary (years 1-5) Secondary (years 1-7) 1 TOTAL

Italian 51 145 117 313

LANGUAGE SECTIONS Anglophone 27 85 48 160Francophone 19 43 29 91

LANGUAGES TAUGHT Italian English Spanish French German Dutch Number of teachers 78 DATES OF SIGNING OF THE AGREEMENTS

Education up to secondary year 5: Accreditation and Cooperation Agreement: Renewal of the Accreditation Agreement:
Signed on 26 July 2007 Valid from 1 September 2007 to 31 August 2009 Signed on 17 July 2009 Valid from 1 September 2009 to 31 August 2011Education for secondary years 6 and 7: Additional Agreement:
Signed on 14 January 2009 Valid from 4 September 2007 to 31 August 2010

Renewal of the Additional Agreement:
The Additional Agreement will need to be renewed with effect from September 2010.

LEGAL FRAMEWORK The education provided in the primary and secondary cycles largely follows the European Schools’ regulations, whilstremaining within the legal framework of Italian state education. A law voted by the Italian government in 2009 grants legal personality to the Parma School, so that it can operate as a European School, at the same time allowing it to adopt a structure similar to that of a European School. A decree implementing this law which is in the process of being drafted provides, amongst other things, for adifferent method of recruitment of teachers.

CURRENT STAGE IN THE ACCREDITATION PROCESS Audit of the school from 12 to 16 April 2010 by 2 secondary inspectors and 2 primary inspectors. Aims of the audit: * Follow-up on the Board of Governors’ April 2009 decision concerning the school as a whole and, in particular, certain areas mentioned in the 2009 audit report. * Renewal of the AdditionalAgreement signed on 14 January 2009 for a three-year period. The audit report will be presented to the Joint Inspection Committee on October 2010, then to the Board of Governors on December 2010.


12 students entered for and passed the Baccalaureate examinations in 2009; 4 students will take the examinations in 2010.



Centre for European Schooling, Dunshaughlin (CES)EUROPEAN AGENCY: FVO (European Food and Veterinary Office): 40 pupils


Primary (years 1-8, i.e. age 4 to 12) Secondary (years 1-5)

Anglophone 22 18


LANGUAGES TAUGHT French German Irish English (+ the mother tongues of pupils and students considered to be SWALS: Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian, Swedish, German, Polish andHungarian).




Education up to secondary year 5 Accreditation and Cooperation Agreement:
Signed on 16 August 2007 Valid from 1 September 2007 to 31 August 2009

Renewal of the Accreditation Agreement:
Signed on 6 July 2009 Valid from 1 September 2009 to 31 August 2011

LEGAL FRAMEWORK The CES has the status of a state school and operates incooperation with two Irish schools: Saint Seachnall’s National School (state primary school) and Dunshaughlin Community College (state secondary school). A large number of administrative aspects in the context of the Irish education system are centralised by the Department of Education and Science. The Department issues regulations concerning the recognition of schools, sets the curricula, establishesmanagement rules for schools, negotiates teachers’ salaries, etc.

CURRENT STAGE IN THE ACCREDITATION PROCESS On 16 August 2007, the Agreement concerning the nursery, primary and secondary up to secondary year 5 was renewed and duly signed for a two-year period. An amendment concerning the frequency of audits was also signed on 6 July 2009. An audit of the school should be scheduled in 2012 in...