LOCATION

Our school, the Middenschool H. Hartinstituut, is an autonomous middle school, situated in BREE, in the north-eastern, Flemish-speaking part of BELGIUM.

 

 

 

CONTACT INFO

Legal representative of the school
  • Title: Mrs
  • Gender: female
  • Name: Ellen
  • Surname: Huybrechts
  • Position: Head
  • e-mail: ellen.huybrechts@hhartbree.be
  • telephone school:
    00 32 89 46 91 70
International coordinator @ school
  • Title: Mrs
  • Gender: female
  • Name: Irène
  • Surname: Indemans
  • Position: Pedagogical & Internal quality assurance coordinator
  • e-mail: irene.indemans@hhartbree.be
  • telephone school:
    00 32 89 46 91 70
Contact person administrative team @ school

CURRICULUM

The 12-14-year-old pupils follow their first two years of secondary education in our school after leaving different Primary Schools and before going to different Upper Secondary Schools in the region.

  • Most of the pupils follow the A-stream curriculum.
  • Pupils with severe learning difficulties, follow the B-stream curriculum.

During lunch breaks, pupils can take part in club activities on a voluntary basis:

  • Creative club
  • European club/eTwinning club
  • Spanish club
  • Happy@school club
  • ICT-club
  • Musical club
  • Sports club
  • Environmental club
  • Party games

SCHOOL POPULATION

Total number of PUPILS ranging from 430 to 470
Ratio boys/girls
  • boys: ± 40%
  • girls: ± 60%
Ratio pupils A-/B-stream
  • A-stream: ± 90%
  • B-stream: ± 10%
Ratio pupils optional courses 1A
  • Latin: ± 25%
  • Talent-based courses
    • Cookery workshop ± 11%
    • Creative workshop ± 7%
    • Dance & Drama ± 7%
    • Digital Technology ± 15%
    • European projects/ eTwinning ± 5%
    • MultiMedia workshops ± 15%
    • Nature & Sports ± 15%
Ratio pupils optional courses 2A
  • Latin: ± 20%
  • Modern Sciences: ± 50%
  • Technological Sciences: ± 30%
Ratio pupils professional fields 2B
  • Food & Care: ± 60%
  • Decoration: ± 40%

 

Total number of STAFF ± 55 (full- + part-time employed)
Ratio male/female staff members
  • ± 28%
  • ± 72%
Ratio full-/part-time employed
  • ± 53%
  • ± 47%
Ratio support staff/teaching staff
  • ± 15%
  • ± 85%
Ratio staff members with management responsibilities/only teaching responsibilities
  • ± 33% (with a small/larger number of lesson-free periods for management responsibilities)
  • ± 67%