Procedure How to enrol for an adapted timetable to accommodate intensive sports training

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Direction de l'Éducation Nationale, de la Jeunesse et des Sports

Avenue de l'Annonciade
MC 98000 MONACO

Department of Education, Youth and Sport :
(+377) 98 98 83 05

Fax : (+377) 98 98 85 74

Opening Hours : from 9.30am to 5.00pm from Monday to Friday

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Direction de l'Éducation Nationale, de la Jeunesse et des Sports

Avenue de l'Annonciade
MC 98000 MONACO

Opening Hours : from 9.30am to 5.00pm from Monday to Friday

Phone : (+377) 98 98 83 05

Fax : (+377) 98 98 85 74

Send us an email
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Principle and conditions

An adapted school timetable to accommodate intensive sports training is available in state schools and private schools operating under contract in the Principality, to pupils from Year 7 (6ème) to Year 12 (1ère) who take part in a minimum of eight hours of sport per week through a Monegasque sporting association. This is to enable such pupils to combine their academic studies and intensive training in their sport under the best possible conditions.

Enrolment for an adapted timetable is conditional on:

  • Successful sporting performance (level, detailed results from previous year, anticipated competition schedule during the academic year, etc.)
  • Intensive sports training through a Monegasque sporting association involving at least eight hours per week, excluding competitions and weekend training

 

Pupils enrolled for the adapted timetable will be exempted from some subjects, as follows:

Years 7 and 8 (6ème and 5ème)

  • Exemption from physical education and swimming lessons (lifesaving classes in Year 8)

 

Years 9 and 10 (4ème and 3ème)

  • Exemption from the fortnightly "Sport quinzaine" session
    > Attendance at weekly physical education classes is still required
  • Exemption from art and music classes

 

Years 11 and 12 (2nde and 1ère)

  • Exemption from physical education and swimming lessons

 

No exemptions will apply in Year 13 (Terminale)

In light of the number of applications and departmental constraints (setting up classes, timetabling), the Department of Education, Youth and Sport may have to make a decision on which applications can be approved.

Any changes in circumstances or problems with behaviour relating to a pupil must be reported to the Department of Education, Youth and Sport immediately so that the pupil may, if required, be reintegrated into the standard school curriculum as soon as possible.

Applications for enrolment in an adapted timetable to accommodate intensive sports training must be resubmitted every year in May.

Any application which is incomplete or not submitted on time will not be considered.

Pupils already attending a school in Monaco

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Making the application

You can apply for enrolment in an adapted timetable to accommodate intensive sports training by clicking the following link: Registering for a class with a specially adapted timetable for the practice of intensive sport

The deadline for submitting applications will be published at a later stage.

You will receive an email acknowledgement that the application has been registered.

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Obtaining and completing the form

The paper form can be collected from schools or from the Department of Education, Youth and Sport.

It should be returned by email to denjs@gouv.mc or by post.

The deadline for submitting applications will be published at a later stage.

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Input from clubs sought by Department of Education, Youth and Sport

The Department of Education, Youth and Sport sends a list of pupils who have requested enrolment in an adapted timetable to accommodate intensive sports training to each sports club concerned. This is accompanied by a special form seeking an assessment from the head of the sports club.

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Receiving the response

You will receive a response approving or denying the application by email, or by post if it was submitted on paper.

Pupils attending a school outside Monaco

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Applying for a change of school

An application for a change of school must be sent to the Department of Education, Youth and Sport before 15 June 2020, stating that an application for enrolment in an adapted timetable to accommodate intensive sports training is also being made.

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Asking the pupil’s club to apply on their behalf

Sports clubs may submit applications to the Department of Education, Youth and Sport. These will be considered provided that an application for a change of school has been submitted in parallel.

Last update: 30/07/2020

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