Prospective parents and students are warmly invited to attend our Open Day on Saturday 23 March 2019.
On Wednesday this week, Scilltian Gastaldi, a History teacher at Rome International School and an internationally recognised writer, presented his new book, "Era Mio Padre: Italian Terrorism of the Anni di Piombo in the Postmemorials of Victim's Relatives."
A few weeks ago, the Eco Council studied the benefits of Pothos as a plant that purifies the air by absorbing toxins. On Thursday this week, the Eco Council proudly began distributing the plants in every class of the school.
Recently, Year 2D completed a final project for the unit How we express ourselves. Our central idea was, Images communicate ideas and information. However, after discussing that artwork is a type of image and it communicates feelings, we added the concept of feelings into our central idea. Year 2D student, Tancredi said, "I loved the final project because I tried very hard when I made a new logo for RIS. I thought about the colours, the shapes, and all the things why RIS is important."
In Transition we are learning about living things and growing. This week we have been talking about what plants need to grow and how we can take care of nature.
At RIS we offer a personalised university and career guidance to help our students make the best choice for their future. Our counselling services are committed to stay abreast of cutting edge global career paths and university trends.