A virtual conference organised by IB student members of the Youth for Human Rights Committee, this project looks at the main aspects of Gender Discrimination and the role of Gen Z members in challenging gender inequality and discrimination.
Krisya from Year 6K came into 4B and presented her knowledge on her exhibition topic. She told the children the history of skateboarding, skills and tricks when skateboarding. This was a great experience for all students!
In 2C, we have been building on what we know about 2D shapes and our focus has been on looking for similarities and differences.
In Kindergarten we are immersed in spring and have been exploring it in many different
ways. We walked around the school to observe the differences in nature: trees and plants, colours, smells and sounds.
"The Rival", written by the famous American poet and novelist Sylvia Plath inspired a collaborative creative writing activity whereby the Year 12 Italian B Higher Level students composed pieces of writing in Italian, which was then acted out by the Standard Level students, under the guidance of each author/director.
This week Year 5 was surprised to find their classrooms blocked off as a 'Danger Zone' upon returning from play time. Using their problem solving skills, they decided to take their learning outside. Finally, they realised this was all a simulation to introduce them to our new unit: Human Migration!
This week Year 8 have been preparing and delivering persuasive speeches in English language class. Inspired by Earth week, students had to research a topic related to environmentalism and then prepare and perform a speech to their peers, informing them about the most pressing issues of our time and convincing them to take action.
The Royal Academy Young Artists competition is open to British Schools within the UK mainland and affiliated International British Schools abroad. At Rome International School, all students in the Middle and High School were invited to take part.