Rome International School's Class of 2020 is ready to move forward with their higher education and their future is looking promising! We are very proud that Year 13 have received offers of admission to some of the most prestigious universities worldwide, despite a school year filled with challenges.
Remotely Inspiring Students
Following a decision by the Italian government to temporarily close all schools in Italy in response to the Covid-19 outbreak until September 2020, Rome International School students are continuing their education online.
How can teachers address student concerns in a virtual learning environment? Our Principals, Mr Thompson and Mr Allard, speak with IB World Magazine about our experience to ensure equitable learning so that none of our students is left behind.
On Wednesday and Thursday this week, Mr Knight's and Ms Fowler's Year 6 students had the opportunity to participate in taster days to facilitate the start of a new learning journey as they progress into the Middle School. Here is what the students, and their new teachers in Middle School, thought about the experience.
On Wednesday 17th June at 15.00 GMT around 300 students and teachers around the world logged into Zoom to take part in the Our Planet: Our Business webinar organised by WWF in collaboration with 18 Globeducate schools across Canada, Italy, France, the UK.
During remote learning pupils and teachers in Year 2 have kept up morale and a sense of being part of a learning community by holding special themed fun / party times every week.
We are very excited to announce that Rome International School has been shortlisted as a finalist in The PIEoneer Awards 2020, in the Sustainability International Impact category.
Year 3 have been exploring the water cycle in their Unit of Inquiry. Last weekend, the children made and observed their own water cycles that they made using a plastic bag and water.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the Year 7 Nature Photo Competition!
The transition from school to remote learning has been challenging. However, our students have taken it in their stride and they have managed to adapt incredibly well.