Reconciling students from differentiated education with school by giving them autonomy and by reactivating their desire to learn.

CLATs («CLasses ATelier» in French, i.e. «Workshop Class») aim to rethink the differentiated teaching of primary school pupils. With the help of common spaces, a unified timetable, individualized contracts, available teachers and links between practical and theoretical courses, the CLAT project allows an individualized approach for students with learning disabilities. This approach allows them to progress at their own pace and according to their level of learning, thereby regaining self-confidence and overcoming their blockages.