Swiss school system information event: Thursday 31st August at 18:30

Do you have school-age children, or perhaps your friends or colleagues do?
Do you have questions about the educational system or other services connected with it?

St Andrew’s is pleased to host an information evening on Thursday 31st August about the Compulsory Education System with City of Zurich’s English speaking School Ambassador, Melanie Thomson, who has extensive experience in the field of international education.

Topics include:

School System at a Glance
Lessons & Curriculum

School Reports
Special Educational Needs
Outside School Hours Care Services

Day school
Support Services & Points of Contact

The presentation is expected to last for 45-60 minutes, with a Q&A session at the end.

The event will begin at 18:30 in the Community Centre at Promenadengasse 9.
How to find us

To attend, please register by Monday 28th August, by email to

Please note that parking is only possible in the metered spaces in Promenadengasse. There are no parking spaces directly outside the church. The nearest car park is Hohe Promenade
We encourage you to use sustainable means to travel to St Andrew’s.

Telephone advice in English on Zurich’s compulsory education system.

Do you have any questions or need advice about the school system, lessons, the curriculum, school reports, special educational needs, outside school hours care services, Day Schools, homework, support services and points of contact?

We also take this opportunity to inform you that School Ambassador Telephone Consultations are available.
The School Ambassadors are available during term-time by phone on Wednesdays from 16:30 – 18:30 on +41 44 413 88 88. You can also leave  a message with your availability, and they’ll call you back – Give them a call – they look forward to hearing from you!

The department also runs online and live presentations regularly, with advice available in 14 different languages.

Project run by the Department for Education in the City of Zurich.

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