Your child is no longer registered in a recognised Flemish school on the last day of school, generally 30 June.
They are no longer entitled to the school allowance.
- If your child has gained the final qualification of the education in the course of the year, the allowance can be retained. This occurs primarily in modular education, at the end of January.
- Adult pupils in BuSo OV1 and OV2 who leave education with the correct certificate also retain their allowance.
- In such cases, you should contact your payment fund.
In the course of the year, your child changed their form of education, for example:
- From full-time secondary to part-time secondary
- From secondary to primary education
The amount of the supplement can be lower in the new education form and you will have to repay the difference.
We calculated the definitive amount of the school allowance based on the registration of your child on 30/6.
- Your child deregistered from a school in the course of the school year.
- It took longer than 14 calendar days before a registration was again made in a school.
Your child is no longer entitled to a school allowance.
Take care when deregistering just before the Christmas or Easter holiday: if you only register again after the school holidays, it can cost you the school allowance!
A child who does not attend school sufficiently or is too frequently (unduly) absent for two consecutive years loses the right to an allowance for the second school year.
We also count your child as present on days on which your child did not go to school because the school or class was closed due to Corona.
Preschoolers must attend for a minimum number of half days.
- The number increases with age.
- An exception is possible for preschoolers of 2.5, 3 or 4 years who, for medical reasons, could not be at school on many days, if they have the necessary certificates.
Contact your payment fund.
Pupils in primary school may be absent without justification for a maximum of 29 half days.
At the end of the school year your child had not attended boarding school on 149 or more days.
If your allowance was higher because your child was at boarding school, you must repay that portion.