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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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Aargh! It’s a monster. Oh no. My mistake. It is just the Grade 5 artwork.

Hopefully, you have found the time to come into school to see the fantastic portraits created by Grades One to Eight. As we finished that project Grade, 5 found a few weeks for a three-dimensional approach to the subject. However, 3-D portraits of people are very hard, so we explored the world of monsters. To make the task more challenging Continue Reading

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Celebrating Spring, rain or shine!

With the beginning of Spring, Pre-Nursery students are experiencing the outdoor area in different ways. On warmer days, no more hat, scarf and jacket! After a good rest, the children are happy to go out and take part in a running race. On rainy days, they become excited to get dressed in their rain gear, looking like astronauts ready to Continue Reading

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Play scripts and Poetry in Gr 4

Grade 4 has been partaking of a feast of Literacy over the last few weeks. They have studied, then written and finally, performed their own play scripts in Assembly; listened to poetry readings; copied classical poems to demonstrate their cursive writing skills; composed and performed poetry about Spring, and also written and illustrated poems about the Trojan war for their Continue Reading

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Shapes are everywhere!

In Nursery 3 we learnt all about shapes, mostly in terms of understanding that shapes are everywhere in the environment, and that many familiar objects,which we can find even in our class, are in fact representations of shapes. A clock is round as a circle, a book can either be a square or a rectangle, and a slice of pizza is Continue Reading

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Cooperative Learning In Grade 5

Grade 5 historians as UIS have been delving into the past, examining various sources to enhance their understanding of the medieval feudal system. Different groups became experts on various aspects of life at the time (the three-field system, slavery and serfdom, life on a manor, knighthood), and then formed new groups to share evidence and compare their learning. The air Continue Reading

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