Congratulations to our Grade 6 students who were such fantastic communicators and risk takers this week. They did a wonderful job of presenting their Exhibition inquiries, actions and conclusions to the wider community, to students, teachers and parents.
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On Thursday 10 May, Year 10 and 12 French and Art students joined forces to visit the Monet exhibition currently being held at Rome's Vittoriano Museum. It was the perfect opportunity to create cross-curricular links with French, Art techniques and History of Art by learning about the work, life and personality of such a famous French painter, who led the Impressionist movement.
On Thursday 10 May, a book donation ceremony was held in the Auditorium. The Chinese Embassy donated a large variety of books, in Chinese language, to the school libraries in order to give all students a further opportunity to get to know and understand Chinese language and culture.
On Monday 7 May, Ms. El Sheikh, IB Coordinator and High School Economics teacher, organised an afternoon talk with a representative of the independent American financial service company, Standard & Poor's (S&P). The talk was aimed at all High School students with the aim of broadening their knowledge on the notion credit ratings.
On Friday 27 April 2018, Grade 10 and 12 art students took part in a special class with Paul Brown, a visiting lecturer from the New York Film Academy. This was a fantastic experience for our students to learn first-hand from an award-winning writer, director and producer who has worked in film and television for over 30 years.
Grade 11's final project gave students the opportunity to prove how independently they could follow the process of working towards producing a final piece of work on a selected theme.
Les 6ème et les 5ème sont allés à la ferme de Roncaglia où ils ont visité un poulailler, un potager, un verger et un bois de noisetiers. Last week, Grades 7 and 8 went to a farm in Roncaglia where they enjoyed a guided tour of a local farmhouse including a chicken coop, a vegetable garden, an orchard and hazelnut trees.
Grade 6 are currently working on the PYP Exhibition Unit of Inquiry, which offers them the chance to choose their own topic of inquiry. It is exciting to see students directing their own learning and showing examples of student agency to the maximum.
It was all about team-work and creative problem solving during the Middle and High School's Maths Day celebrations held on Wednesday 21 March. Students were involved in a range of specially planned tasks as well as house-based competitions.
Suitable for boys and girls between the ages of 2 and 14 our Summer Camp offers a fun and enjoyable multi-activity programme where students can continue to develop their independence, make personal choices, as well as being risk takers, while under the supervision of Rome International School's experienced caring and dedicated staff.
Every Tuesday the children in Nursery go for a walk in the school's lovely outdoor play area in the woods. Our toddlers love to walk in the woods, especially during autumn when there are so many interesting things to find and the colours are so beautiful.
Beatriz Tellez, a former DP graduate (RIS Class of 2013) tells us about what she has been up to after RIS and how studying the IB Diploma has helped her succeed personally and academically.