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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



Grade 7 Social Studies

It’s the 1860s and 70s. The map of Europe is changing. Prussia has been flexing its muscles and Bismarck (Otto Von to his drinking pals) has been doing a bit of ducking and diving; doing deals here, rattling his sabre there; all to turn his beloved Prussia (sounds like Russia with an extra P!) into something much grander – something Continue Reading


Keeping safe!

In preparation for our first walk to a nearby park and in order to know how to keep safe, Nursery 3 has been learning all about keeping safe when we are on the road. We talked about the importance of wearing seat belts when we are in the car and what might happen if we don’t. We discussed how to Continue Reading


Traveling Around the World

In Kindergarten, we have been learning about our planet, Earth. We have learned to name and locate the oceans and continents of our world and now we are looking at them more closely. We are learning about the different climates around the world and the types of clothing and shelters people and animals need in order to survive. We are Continue Reading


World Maths Day

On Wednesday 7th March our students had the opportunity to take part in World Maths Day where they competed in an online Mathletics challenge, going up against 4 million students from all around the world.  The competition measures speed in arithmetic and numeracy skills on the Live Mathletics platform and runs for 48 hours. Students were all very engaged, having Continue Reading


“I’m still learning!” (Michelangelo, 87)

Following in Michelangelo’s footsteps, the UIS community fosters and promotes an outlook of lifelong-learning. One such example was seen recently, when a curious and motivated group of parents and grandparents met in the Elementary Section for a workshop on the Singapore Math philosophy and methodology. Exploring and discussing recent Maths studies and trends, the participants tried their hand at using Continue Reading


World Book Day

World Book Day is the biggest celebration of its kind, designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and marked in over 100 countries all over the world. In preparation last week, the school was visited by the English Book Fair, directly from the U.K. Almost all our students were taken to visit the fair, with lots of students reserving books Continue Reading