On Thursday 18 May, Grades 6 to 10 took part in a stimulating and engaging presentation of Giovanni Floris' book "Quella Notte Sono Io". Interviewed by the journalist Gabriella Facondo, Mr. Floris engaged and interacted with students by asking them questions and getting them to reflect on what it means to conform, to be part of a group, to feel different. Some students who had prepared questions joined Mrs. Facondo and Mr. Floris on stage.
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Grade 3 visited "La Tuscia Romana" this year for the residential trip. We had a fun-packed three days discovering the area around Lake Bolsena. We visited the National Park of Vulci and saw some ruins from the ancient Etruscans and learnt how to weave just like they did.
The Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Rome International School's Scholarship Committee is proud of the large number of scholarship applications received from students across the school this year.
The students preliminary work demonstrates exploration of ideas using different paint and/or print processes influenced by the artists they have studied to guide their visual language explorations.
There's no substitute for direct, person-to-person learning, as Grade 6 found out on Friday morning. Mr. Giordanetti, Creative Director of Swatch held a special lesson for both Grade 6 classes, supporting students' learning from their previous unit on visual art.
In our current unit of inquiry, we are looking at local environments, what they are, how humans affect them, how we want them to be and our need to protect our local spaces as a link to our own personal history, identity and well-being.
From 9 March to 30 April 2017, Rome International School showcased 75 rare archaeological finds recovered by this a special branch of the Carabinieri dedicated to preserving Italy's cultural heritage.
The group 4 project is an interdisciplinary activity in which all Diploma Programme science students must participate. The intention is that students from the different group 4 subjects analyse a common topic or problem.
Earlier this week, Grade 7 History students visited the archaeology exhibition currently underway at school, in preparation for the History Fair.
Ms. El Sheikh, Humanities and MUN Coordinator and High School students report back on the Model United Nations conference held in New York with the participation of 3,000 students from around the world!
From 24 March 2017, Grade 13 students have been exhibiting works created during their two-year study of Visual Arts as part of the Diploma Programme. We are proud to share some of their superb work.
The PYP Exhibition is well under way in Grade 6! The Exhibition requires students to apply all of the learning that they have acquired throughout the course of their education so far and demonstrate the 5 Essential Elements of the PYP whilst pursuing a topic of their interest.
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.
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.