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Our priority goals

Publié le samedi 22 décembre 2018 19:31 - Mis à jour le vendredi 14 juin 2019 19:46


  • Boost the confidence of our students in their own capabilities

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  • Build an attractive vocational school

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  • Encourage co-education in different fields (general and vocational)

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Boost the confidence of our students in their own capabilities


Through the search for ambition, the objective is that our pupils develop their autonomy and their self-confidence as much as their professional and linguistic skills. We offer them more professional opportunities and access to higher education.

Human qualities:

  • The objective is to develop the human qualities such as open-mindedness, autonomy, adaptability, mobility, interest in languages and self-confidence.
  • To make them acquire a wider knowledge of the European Union and its stakes.
  • To develop their European citizenship awareness and to make them aware of the reality of the European Union (economical, political, cultural aspects).

Professional Skills:
The PFMP (Professional Training Period) abroad will allow students to discover new techniques. It will show them new perspectives and give them new work habits, new transferable skills.


Language skills:

The aim is to strengthen the language skills of pupils or apprentices, by placing them in authentic communication situations with the English assistant and the teachers of DNL, but also with our partners (video conferences, sending emails, etc).
• One hour of European English per week in the students' schedules (with Mr Beltramo and Mrs Moiroud).
• One hour of professional English among the hours of vocational education already established (where Mr Beltramo and Mrs Moiroud work with the students of the section in the courses of Mr Chaour, Mrs Cortinovis and Mrs Vallot-Millet).


Official Recognition:

The aim is to enable pupils or apprentices to follow the curriculum up to the end of their 3-years courses, to complete a training period abroad and to pass their final exam with the mention "European section - English", as well as with the Europass booklet, a booklet of skills recognised at European level.


Build an attractive vocational school

The opening of a European pro section and the ERASMUS mobility projects will enable the LP to develop its sectors and promote its attractiveness at local level and also by recruiting more widely in the territory.

The target students are:

  • Opening in 2019/2020 with the 2nd MELEC, TFCA and ASSP.
  • Preparing mobility for the 1ere BAC PRO level
  • Doing the mobility for the Terminal BAC PRO level.


The promotion actions are:

  • Promotion of the section is planned:

- On the website of the establishment
- At LP Open School Day
- During teacher visits to the 3èmes classes in the surrounding schools
- In the press, on Bugey Radio, in Belley Mag.

  • Organizing events such as:

- An Irish/European Day at LP
- Sport workshops in English during the integration week and/or during school visits
- Creation of a promotional film/presentation of the section in English
- “English table”: lunch in English at the mini-self on Friday noon with volunteers teachers and students.


The projects of the European section are:

  • Within the first year, a 2 or 3 day trip is planned with the 2nde Europro students to the target country with company visits to strengthen the link with the high school(s) and/or partner companies.
  • The second year, the 1ères may complete a 2/3 week PFMP abroad.
  • Final year, the Terminales may complete a 3/4 week PFMP abroad (with the goal of sending abroad as many students as possible, but not necessarily at the same time).
  • To finance these trips, in addition to the grant applications, we will be making and selling cakes (from the British Isles for example) with the help of the budget allocated to do so in the ASSP section.


Encourage co-education in different fields (general and vocational)


  • Within the school, the aim is to encourage co-education around a shared project, energizing the teaching team and being at the heart of the school project through the cultural and international openness that this section involves.
  • The objective is to be in line with state directives, including future reform (co-teaching, partnerships with companies, contextualised general teachings).