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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



Welcome Simba!

The Nursery 3 children are so excited to have a new friend in their classroom, Simba! He comes all the way from South Africa and has come to join our class this year. The children are enjoying involving him in our routines, such as circle time, singing sessions and he loves to come for lunch with us to eat Miss Continue Reading


Lightbulb Moments – Grade 6 Physics

This term Grade 6 have been studying physics and are currently learning about circuits. This unit applies the concept of energy to electrical circuits. In particular, they learn that while current is not used up in the circuit, energy is. The students had to select and use appropriate equipment to investigate circuits which include cells, bulbs and switches; identify patterns in their results Continue Reading


Collaborative Creations

In the past few weeks Grade 4 has been re-using pages from old magazines to make unique paper filigree snowflakes for the UIS Charity Craft Sale.They patiently glued miniscule tubes of paper together, painted them silver and finally added a dab of glitter to the points to make them look like delicate frosty snowflakes, as one of a kind as Continue Reading


Hands-on learning

A great way to get kids ready for writing is by creating lots of opportunities for manipulation, which strengthens hands and fingers. Aside for playdough and rice, in Nursery 4 we have started to experiment with shaving foam, kinetic sand, corn starch and water. The kids call these experiences making ‘magic potions’. What happens when we mix some of these Continue Reading


Running for Charity

In a very freezing town centre, UIS took part in the Telethon 24hour running relay. Our School was represented by four teams made up by parents, students, teachers and secretaries who volunteered for their 1-hour leg for this wonderful initiative aimed at raising funds for research on genetic diseases. A special thank-you to all those who competed as well as to Continue Reading


Creativity for Charity

As part of our charity projects, a group of Grade 2 parents is organising a craft fair to collect funds in favour of cancer research. The fair will take place at school on 14th and 15th December. As the date is soon approaching, Grade 3 students have been busy creating items to sell. They can be spotted in the Art Continue Reading