The school restaurant, managed by an external partner - Ciano International, provides a daily menu (hot meal), sandwiches, soup and salads. Students use their multifunctional digital badge which can be topped up by parents to purchase meals and drinks from the restaurant. For our Nursery pupils, the hot lunch from the canteen is served in a dining area in the Nursery School.
The medical service organizes general medical examinations for pupils in Nursery (3-5 years), Primary 1 and 5 and Secondary 2 and 4. We monitor the vaccinations and administer them (after permission from the parents) according to the basic schedule of the Flemish Government.
The school nurse is available during school hours to provide medical assistance.
Daily school buses from Antwerp and Eindhoven are organised by our Parents’ Association.
More info and registration: paesmol.eu
Public transportation is available from both Mol and Geel train station.
We work closely with several external boarding schools, which organises transport to and from school. Students can stay in the boarding house from Monday to Friday.
More info: talententhuisturnhout.be or leefhuisconnect.be (in Dutch only).
Our Parents’ Association organises and runs the After-school Care Centre (Garderie) on our school campus. The Garderie is open every school day and offers various optional activities on Monday and Friday afternoons. After-school Care is primarily intended for Nursery and Primary School pupils.
More info: paesmol.eu
There is a childcare centre for children aged 0 to 3 years on our school campus. This crèche is also open to externals.
From September 2023, a new concessionaire will start in our crèche, namely "Troetelland".
For more information and registrations regarding the crèche at our campus, please contact:
Contact page: www.troetelland.be
Tel: +32(0-495 498 304
An external security company provides 24-hour surveillance of the school campus. Parents can request a car sticker to enter for drop-off and pick-up of their child(ren). Visitors are not permitted to enter our premises without prior notice or an invitation.
In order to establish a digital learning environment for our students, we integrate digital resources and programmes in our curriculum as much as possible.
Primary and Secondary School pupils receive a computer login so they can develop their digital skills during ICT lessons.
Secondary School students also receive a personal Office 365 account.
The school uses SMS. an online school management platform, to communicate with students and parents.
Our leafy 20-hectare campus nestles in a forest at the heart of rural Flanders. Students can enjoy the vast outdoor spaces and learn to appreciate spending time in nature.
The 3 indoor sports halls are equipped with a multipurpose sports floor to practise indoor sports such as gymnastics, basketball, volleyball,...
Being able to practise sports outdoors in a natural setting is one of the many perks of being an ES Mol student. Track and field, football and tennis are just a few of the many sports that feature during weekly sports lessons.
From Nursery School all the way through Secondary School, students follow a comprehensive learning-to-swim programme in the 25-metre indoor swimming pool on campus. Students who take extra sports can participate in scuba diving classes.
Our leafy 20-hectare campus comprises a secure play forest. Weather-permitting, our Primary pupils spend their lunch break in the play forest three times a week. Occasionally, our Nursery pupils also explore the forest with their teachers.
The play forest is temporarily closed.
Our students learn to love books in our two fully equipped libraries. They can borrow books and take them home. Primary School pupils visit the library with their teachers and learn how to find fiction and non-fiction books. Our Secondary students use the library to study, research and complete school work. The libraries comprise books in various European languages amd at different reading levels.
Situated near the Secondary School building, the multifunctional ‘Domus’ is used for Parents’ information evenings, conferences, exams, meetings, workshops, etc. The Domus also offers a space for Year 6 and 7 students to relax and study independently.