Not all students find learning straightforward. Teachers and parents are an important source of help, but sometimes an extra boost comes in useful. Fortunately, there are various organisations in Brussels that help primary and secondary school students with learning difficulties.
· Most schools have learning coaches or 'confidante' teachers who can help if you have learning difficulties.
· As a student, you can also consult the Pupil Guidance Centres (CLB).
· Teleblok offers help over the phone or online for students during revision and exam periods. On the website teleblok.be you can find a whole range of tips to successfully navigate the exam period. You can call Teleblok on the free-phone number 0800 13 14 4.
· For non-Dutch speakers attending a Dutch-speaking primary or secondary school, an additional Dutch language immersion is available in one of the Community Centres in the Brussels-Capital Region.
· On the website Ecoles de devoir (only available in French) you can find voluntary out-of-school help with homework.
· On the website of Le Guide Social (only available in French) you will find an overview of all organisations active in helping students with homework and study guidance.
· Students and their parents can go to the psychological-medical-social centres (PMS in Dutch) (website only available in French) for advice and guidance, and general questions about education and school.
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