EVENT: Kanner Jugend Telefon Announce a Conference on Cyberbully

Kanner Jugend Telefon (KJT) – Online Help for Parents, Children & Youths are running a conference around Cyberbullying on Thursday January 26th at 7pm. During this event, KJT will also launch a cartoon post-card series. Each month they will publish one cartoon card presenting one of the topics of the

EVENT: Lycée Michel Lucius Parents’ Conference on 7th February 2017 – Open to all

We wanted to bring to your attention that on the evening of Tuesday 7th February, the Lycée Michel Lucius will be holding a special parents’ conference on the following subject:   Straight to the Finish Line! How to Support your Child during School Orientation? Picking the right academic path can

Christmas: to Stay or Not to Stay, That is the Question?

With the traditional time upon us when families come together to celebrate Christmas I have been talking to friends about their plans and preparations for this holiday season. It does not surprise me that they speak of feeling stressed by the prospect of organising celebrations; the kids, their spouses, the

Passage is offering a “Time Out for Parents” in the Spring

Have you ever had one of those days when sibling rivalry has turned to war and your partner is picking holes in your attempts at discipline? Voices are getting louder, tempers are rising and everything is spiraling out of control. You find yourself shouting or using ‘your parent voice’ –

Welcome to Big School

I accompanied my daughter for the last time today into the corridors and inner sanctum of the Primary classroom. After today I am strictly forbidden without invitation to these hallowed walls. My baby has gone to Big School. Slightly giddy with the prospect of 30 minutes to myself, at least

EIDD The New International School in Differdange: An Update

The new International school in Luxembourg will be welcoming it’s first students from later this month. The state-run school, which has a French and an English section, will run a similar programme to the European School offering education from primary level to European Baccalaureate. They will initially start with the

Our First “Ohana” Family Picnic on Sunday 12th June is Cancelled!

We are truly disappointed to have to cancel the Passage ”Ohana” Family Picnic planned for Sunday 12th June. Sadly rain and possible thunderstorms forecast for Sunday will curtail our plans for a great day spent outdoors with friends and family. Sorry to all the supporters of Passage who were going

Don’t Miss our “Keeping History Alive” Evening Seminar with Special Guest Steven Frank

Great news for all those who missed Steven Frank’s most moving and awe-inspiring talk last year documenting his survival of the Thereienstadt Concentration Camp during the Second World War. Passage are pleased to announce that Steven will be making another appearance in Luxembourg and we are incredibly honoured to have

It’s Puzzling – When the Pieces of your Picture go Missing?

This is the second article under the theme of “What is a Good Ending and Are They Necessary?” In the last article we started to explore what we might do to make a good ending out of a difficult goodbye. In this article I’ll discuss what so many of us

The Beginning of Good Endings

The theme of our last Passage Professionals Network evening was ‘Good Endings & New Beginnings’. During this session we had a discussion about what this theme means to us personally and professionally as well as discussing strategies in providing support for families in transition. As is often the case in