Rome International School
Years of history
Highly experienced educators
Acceptance to universities of choice
A nurturing, stimulating and caring environment for ages 2 to 5.
For children aged 5-11. An inquiry-led learning framework which develops skills in real-lfe contexts.
Internationally relevant Middle Years curriculum for ages 12 to 14, leading to the Cambridge IGCSE.
Four-year experience for ages 14 to 18. Cambridge IGCSE leading to the acclaimed pre-university qualification, the IB Diploma.
Immersed in over 3 hectares of the Monte Mario natural reserve, north-west Rome
BEYOND THE CLASSROOM
From enriching after school activities to an extended outdoor learning programme.
As part of Year 10’s outdoor education, 12 students and 3 members of staff celebrated the end of the school year with a camping and hiking trip to the French Alps.
On Saturday 18th June, students, parents and staff came together for the Summer Fair. Organised by the Parent-Teacher Association, this event is traditionally one of the biggest community events in the school year and it was an absolute delight to be able to hold this event on campus after a two-year hiatus owing to COVID restrictions.
As the year comes to an end, it's time to say a big THANK YOU to this year's Elementary Eco Council. They worked hard this year to take initiative and encourage the school to participate in activities for sustainability.
From 6 to 9 June, over 20 schools took part in the 10th annual Globeducate Olympic Games with the virtual closing ceremony hosted by Nobel Algarve British International School on Thursday 9 June. This event is one of six global events that brings Globeducate students together each year.
A dress-up day with a difference - on Friday 10th June, the RIS Eco Council organised a wildlife dress-up to raise awareness of endangered species and habitats and to celebrate the school's partnership with WWF, the leading conservation charity working for a future where people and nature thrive.