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Welcome to The Udine International School, where every day we are meeting the challenge to develop an international culture, versatility of knowledge and the capacity for individual growth in each and every one of our students.

Sarah-Jane Green The Principal

 

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Friendship! L’amitié!

Grade 8 French students have reflected on the meaning of Friendship, and it came in all sorts of forms: serious friends like the ones who listen to you and give you advice when you have problems; silly friends like the ones who makes jokes when you’re sad. Each friendship offers something totally unique and it appears that the real friend Continue Reading

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All About Me Bag!

As part of our Social Studies project, the Grade 1 Students were given a brown bag and asked to fill it with four things that they could use to tell the class about themselves. It has been a wonderful experience and their teacher Ms. Daniela was very  proud of the manner in which the students have presented with confidence and Continue Reading

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Maestro Denis

Il nostro Maestro di Musica Denis Monte è stato impegnato di recente a fianco della cantante Elisa per la realizzazione di alcuni concerti nella suggestiva Arena di Verona. Per l’occasione, oltre al suo Piccolo Coro Artemìa ha diretto anche The London Community Gospel Choir. Un successo assicurato: complimenti Maestro Denis! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q39dK6dcE8U

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Stone Soup!

Grade 3 has been reading different versions of Stone Soup, which has helped the children learn and understand the benefits of sharing. This engaging story is about hungry travelers who trick villagers into adding many ingredients in their stone soup. The class read three different versions of this story, we acted out the story, wrote our own version of  Stone Soup, Continue Reading

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We all fit in together!

As our first print in Nursery 3, we decided to decorate cut out puzzle pieces. Some children used paintbrushes, others rolled cars in paint and some decided to make hand prints. As a result, each piece of this long jigsaw puzzle is different and unique, just like we are. What we all have in common though is that we are Continue Reading

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Team-Building at UIS

It seemed like the grade 5 students at the Udine International School were busy making a spaghetti lunch this week, but actually they were developing communication and collaboration skills in an engineering based STEM challenge.  Each team put their talents to work in order to design the highest free-standing structure possible, able to sustain the weight of a marshmallow! High Continue Reading

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