The INLL has established a set of common rules with the aim of ensuring the smooth running of the school as a place for effective language learning. These rules complement the INLL’s Charter and the Grand-Ducal regulations which set out the status and the organisation of the INLL.
Students commit to using the learning strategies and tools put at their disposal and which are essential for effective language learning. All learners sign an attendance list for each lesson, provided that they are present for at least 70% of the lesson time.
Behaviour and attitude
Members of the school community (students, teachers and staff) will:
adopt a responsible and respectful attitude, conducive to intercultural exchange and social integration.
adopt an attitude of respect, tolerance, cooperation, courtesy, and fairness.
refrain from any form of physical violence or verbal abuse.
refrain from any form of discrimination against any person for reasons related to gender, physical appearance, religion, sexual orientation and national, social or ethnic background.
respect the premises, furniture and property.
Put rubbish in the bins provided and keep the inside and outside of the building clean.
Supervise their children, when they are on INLL premises, at the reception area.
Any theft or damage to school property will be billed.
Only people who are registered for the course are allowed in the classroom.
Fire, tobacco, alcohol, drugs, and animals
avoid doing anything that could start a fire.
read the evacuation plan and emergency instructions displayed in the building.
refrain from possession, consumption and/or trafficking of illegal and dangerous or controlled items and substances (including but not limited to: weapons, dangerous objects, alcohol, drugs, etc.).
Within the premises of the institute, it is strictly forbidden to:
smoke or take drugs.
possess, consume and/or traffic controlled and or dangerous items as above (weapons, dangerous objects, alcohol, drugs etc.).
be in posession of, or use or threaten to use, any weapon or dangerous object.
Any student whose behaviour is clearly affected by alcohol, medicine, drugs or other substances will be required to leave the classroom immediately. The student risks police involvement and/or prosecution depending on the severity of the incident.
The INLL accepts no liability in case of theft, loss, disappearance, damage or accidents to a student’s personal property. It is therefore recommended not to bring any objects of value onto INLL premises. Any accident that occurs on the premises must be immediately reported to school management.
Failure to respect these rules can lead to disciplinary measures including exclusion from the INLL.