If a pupil's behaviour indicates a high emotional distress and/or a school situation is experienced and perceived as particularly unsuitable for a pupil's needs, both by the school community and by the family, it may be necessary and advisable to consider a temporary stay in a specialized learning environment.
In the CDSE pedagogical school structures, specific learning activities are offered by a multi-professional team, adapted to the needs and the development of the student's social-emotional skills, thus helping them to have a positive school experience.
Temporary education within the framework of the CDSE can prepare children and adolescents for reintegration into mainstream school after a longer period of therapy or a hospital stay. In a protected setting, the student can achieve emotional stability, resume social relationships, make up for missed learning and achieve an adapted learning rhythm that will enable him/her to resume his/her school career.
In this phase, close cooperation with the student's school of origin or future school is essential.
The CDSE offers several temporary specialized schoolings in different learning settings for children and young people at national level: