Grade 5 Recipe

Take some red blood cells (strawberries), white blood cells (marshmallows), a lot of tiny sprinkles (platelets) and some plasma (pineapple juice). Whizz it all up in a blender and what do you get? A... read more

Celebration of IES/SEK Board of Directors

The Udine International was honoured to receive the IES/SEK Board of Directors at the school on Saturday 24th November. The Directors were welcomed by students who gave them a tour around the building, explaining... read more

Thankful hearts in Grade 2!

In the occasion of Thanksgiving, the Grade 2 students reflected on what gratitude is and what they are thankful for. To begin, the children watched a video to help them reflect on what is... read more

Welcome Ella the Elephant!

When I was thinking about possible projects for this school year, I had a conversation with the other teachers, wondering whether I should once again introduce a take-home stuffed animal. When I asked Ms... read more

Grade 3 Adventure in Marano

On Tuesday November 13th Grade 3 travelled back in time to the Stone Age at the ArIa area in Marano. With the help of a young university student, the children imagined what life was... read more

Human Calculators? That’s us, in Grade 4!!

If you walk by the Grade 4 class and hear wheels turning and churning, don’t be alarmed! It’s just the Grade 4 students busy at work learning and applying mental strategies in calculation work.... read more

Pumpkins, pumpkins!

In Italy and other countries of the Northern Hemisphere, pumpkins are harvested in Autumn and later prepared in a variety of ways to be enjoyed by children and adults alike. Thanks to one of our... read more

Food Maths

For the Autumn Food Drive we asked you to donate some food to be given to the less fortunate. What for you took a simple look in the kitchen cupboard or a trip to... read more

We are responsible!

Grade 1 had the pleasure of hosting the Elementary assembly on October 26th, presenting a dance and song about “Responsibility”. In Social Studies, they have been discussing families, reflecting on how they are different... read more

Rough Times In Grade 6!

So … why is a tortoise’s shell not smooth? Think about it! It’s rough and bumpy! Grade 6 read an African folk tale version of the story this October. Then they acted it out... read more