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PO Eindhoven

Best, Son & Breugel

In this partnership, all regular and special schools of primary education work together to ensure that all students in the Eindhoven, Best and Son & Breugel region receive the education and support they need.

One goal: Together for the children.

Everyone deserves the education and support they need.

One goal: Together for the children.

Everyone deserves the education and support they need.

Information

SWV Appropriate education

The partnership appropriate education PO Eindhoven includes all schools for primary and special (primary) education in Best, Eindhoven and Son & Breugel.

We believe it is important that good education is available to all students that meets their educational and support needs. Where possible, this could be a primary school that is close to home or a primary school that matches the identity of the parents. If these options are not available, the partnership offers a comprehensive range of special programs such as special primary education and special education.

To achieve this, the partnership has opted for the governance model. The partnership is compact, so that the school boards have access to as many resources as possible so that they can provide appropriate education at their schools.

Het bestuur van PO Eindhoven

  • Co de Custer, independent chairman
  • Willem Kock, statutory chairman
  • Margreet de Leeuw, secretary
  • Hilbert de Vries, treasurer
  • Ingrid Sluiter, board member
  • Jennifer Bakker, board member

The partnership has a staff office with 1 employee:

  • Annemarie Moolenaar, staff member

Support plan board

What does the OPR do?

The Support Plan Council (OPR) is an independent participation council of the partnership. The OPR consists of parents and staff members from participation councils of schools. The OPR critically examines the plans and policy of the partnership and contributes ideas in this regard.

The main task of the OPR is to assess the partnership's support plan (right of consent). The council takes a positive critical stance and gives solicited and unsolicited advice to the partnership on topics that it considers relevant to discuss with the partnership's board.

How is the OPR organised?

Many parents and teachers work in the partnership schools. In order to make the support plan council work, it was decided to have the OPR consist of 14 members (7 parents and 7 staff members):

The Support Plan Council for Appropriate Education PO Eindhoven has 14 members, from 5 electoral groups:

  • Electoral group 1: SKPO, 4 members: 2 staff members and 2 parent members
  • Electoral group 2: SALTO, 4 members: 2 staff members and 2 parent members
  • Electoral group 3: Best education foundation, 2 members: 1 staff member and 1 parent member
  • Electoral group 4: Boards of special education with compulsory participation, 2 members: 1 staff member and 1 parent member
  • Electoral group 5: Boards of the other schools for primary education and boards for special education voluntarily affiliated with the SWV, 2 members: 1 staff member and 1 parent member

Together for the children

Our ambitions

Support plan & annual plan

  • A suitable studying place is available for every student within 30 working days of registration.
  • The SWV does not have any stay-at-homes (unauthorized absences longer than four weeks).
  • A customized program is available within two working weeks for all students who are unable to follow a full course of study. School takes the lead in this.
  • All students who make the transition from primary to secondary education have a suitable place in the V(S)O on the first day of school.
  • An OPP has been drawn up for all students who need extra support that meets the legal requirements.
  • The participation and referral percentage to SBO and SO decreases annually to at or below the national referral figures.
  • The percentage of SBO and SO students who return to a lighter form of educational support increases every year.
  • The percentage of SBO and SO students who move up to a heavier form of educational support decreases every year.
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How does the partnership work?

Fourteen school boards, with schools in Best, Eindhoven and Son & Breugel, together form the partnership appropriate education PO Eindhoven. These school boards choose to design appropriate education as much as possible within their own school board and according to their own school board vision.

The goal of the partnership is to ensure that all students can grow up together and close to home to live, learn, play and work together.

The vision is that each school board takes responsibility for appropriate education in its own way. This creates diversity in the options that are offered. This vision means that each school board shapes and organizes appropriate education in its own way. The school boards work together to ensure that every student receives a suitable education place. Preferably at a primary school close to home, or in line with the identity of the parents. And if special education is better for the student, there is a suitable place at a special (primary) school.

The partnership transfers funds to the school boards for appropriate education. And ensures that all school boards comply with the joint agreements. These agreements are described in the support plan (OP) of the partnership.

How does the partnership work?

Fourteen school boards, with schools in Best, Eindhoven and Son & Breugel, together form the partnership appropriate education PO Eindhoven. These school boards choose to design appropriate education as much as possible within their own school board and according to their own school board vision.

The goal of the partnership is to ensure that all students can grow up together and close to home to live, learn, play and work together.

The vision is that each school board takes responsibility for appropriate education in its own way. This creates diversity in the options that are offered. This vision means that each school board shapes and organizes appropriate education in its own way. The school boards work together to ensure that every student receives a suitable education place. Preferably at a primary school close to home, or in line with the identity of the parents. And if special education is better for the student, there is a suitable place at a special (primary) school.

The partnership transfers funds to the school boards for appropriate education. And ensures that all school boards comply with the joint agreements. These agreements are described in the support plan (OP) of the partnership.

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