On Tuesday 21 March Grade 1SB learned and celebrated International Day of Forests 2017. This was a very special day for the children because they gained an awareness of the importance of forests and the ways in which they sustain and protect humans and animals.
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Vincenzo D'Ercole, Direzione Generale Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio MIBACT wil give a talk at Rome International School on the important and relevance that recovering finds have to rebuilding our shared history. This talk is free and open to the public, upon reservation.
After long and intensive tutoring by RIS' partner Consules, our High School Model United Nations (MUN) delegates travelled to New York from 8 to 15 March for New York High School MUN conference, held at the Hilton Hotel, where they met and debated with more than 3,000 students from all over the world.
On Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 March, representatives from the University of Guelph in Canada and the University of Warwick in the UK will speak to Grade 12 students about the opportunities for studying at these institutions.
Acclaimed archaeologist Paolo Matthiae will be at Rome International School on Thursday 16 March to talk about archaeology in areas of conflict in the Middle East.
On Thursday 9 March 2017, the opening of the archaeology exhibition - 'Rescuing our past to build our future' - was inaugurated by representatives from the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism (MIBACT).
Preserving Italian heritage: recovered artefacts on display from 9 March to 30 April 2017 at Rome International School.
In preparation for the exhibition at Rome International School, expert hands are at work to restore ancient armour and weapons originating from different areas in Italy, between the 4th and 6th centuries B.C.