In the presence of Monsignor Bernard Barsi, Archbishop of Monaco, Patrice Cellario, Government Counselor – Minister of the Interior, Brigitte Boccone-Pagès, Vice President representing the President of the National Council, and many personalities, Isabelle Bonnal, Director of National Education, Youth and Sports has just presented the major novelties of the new school year 2019 – 2020.
The conference was held in the new premises of the establishment of Francis d’Assisi – Nicolas Barre. He will return on this site soon.
On Monday, September 9, 5,745 students (4,489 in the public, 1,256 in private education under contract) returned to school. Supervised by 858 staff, including 514 teachers.
Placed under the sign of the educational transition, with a strong development of digital practices, the coming school year will be characterized by:
- Continuation of the implementation of the baccalaureate reform, especially for the first classes, with the implementation of a digital and technological sciences education (for the Seconds). And the choice of 3 speciality courses (for the classes of First). Continuous control (classes of First) will be taken into account by 10% in the 2021 degree;
- Teaching computer programming for one hour per week for students aged 5 to 16;
- The pursuit of an intensive training policy, a source of motivation for teachers. In a more general context, special attention will be paid to inclusive school “so that no child is left behind the road”. In particular, the creation of a new class of AIS at the college level. As well as an adaptation class and teaching for hospitalized students. Also note the recruitment of two new pedagogical advisers for secondary education, the reorganization of the Charles III College following the delivery of the FANB establishment, the teaching of three new school sports (ultimate, Zumba and basketball) and the increase in the share of bio in canteens (40% of the composition of meals).
Not to forget, the dress code is generalized to all primary schools, from CP to CM2.