Benvenuti a The Udine International School, dove ogni giorno ci adoperiamo per trasmettere ad ognuno dei nostri studenti una cultura internazionale, per sviluppare versatilità nella conoscenza e per promuovere la loro crescita personale.

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Safe crossing

Dear Parents, We feel that as educators, we have an important role in helping children become aware of Road Safety. In November, we dedicated an assembly to the topic of how to cross the road in a safe manner. Ms Valentina taught us a song to help us remember to ‘STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN BEFORE YOU CROSS THE ROAD’. Each Continue Reading

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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 super sweet, rather pink smoothie that tasted delicious and taught us lots about the different parts of blood. Students had to imagine what blood cells might Continue Reading

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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 the different aspects of what happens in the every day life of the school. They were then escorted to the auditorium where they watched a performance Continue Reading

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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 most important in life. After the video we discussed what we thought was important and what we should be grateful for. Following this, the children engaged Continue Reading

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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 Nilva, her face said it all. Of course, yes!!! Jack the Duck, who spent the year with her children when they were in Nursery 3 with Continue Reading

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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 like for Early Humans. Instead of going to a shop to buy food, they had to hunt and gather it. Instead of buying tools, they had Continue Reading

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