Eiffage is a French construction and concessions group, founded in 1993 by the merger of Fougerolle and SAE . Today, the group operates in many areas of public works  : construction, infrastructure, concessions and energy. It is the third group of French constructions and concessions, behind Vinci and Bouygues , and the fourth European group. Work Eiffage operates through the construction and real estate, civil engineering, metal and road, energy and concessions […]

Cultural and social mixing Collective projects, interclasses Experimentation Handling In our school, the cultural mixing of children is an opportunity for all: each child flourishes with the greatest respect for differences. The school promotes exchanges between all the students thanks to the collective projects set up each year, the interclass projects, tutoring, but also thanks to […]

Open up to neighborhood life Apprentice researchers Dutch language immersion The school organizes its teaching in 4 learning cycles. Themes and projects close to the needs and interests of the students are offered to them. This approach gives meaning to what they undertake and motivates them to work, to draw from them sometimes unsuspected resources. To better prepare […]

Social and cultural diversity Live together Children involved in their learning Our school welcomes all children with their differences and similarities. The different cultures encountered bring personal enrichment to everyone and allow them to develop “living together” from the age of 2 ½. By organizing class, school and participation councils, they get actively involved in the life […]

The Horta Museum (French: Musée Horta, Dutch: Hortamuseum) is a museum dedicated to the life and work of the Belgian Art Nouveau architect Victor Horta and his time. The museum is housed in Horta’s former house and workshop, Maison & Atelier Horta (1898), in the Brussels municipality of Saint-Gilles. Housed in the Art Nouveau interiors is a permanent display of furniture, utensils and art objects designed by […]

Saint-Gilles (in French) or Sint-Gillis (in Dutch) is one of the nineteen municipalities in the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium. The pattern of the streets was completely remodeled in the 1860s by architect and urbanist Victor Besme. These were the years when the Louise Avenue, the Brussels-South railway station, and the new Saint Giles church were built. They were soon followed by the new jail and city hall. Today, Saint-Gilles is […]