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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Money collected for E.N.P.A.

Dear Families, We have put together the money collected in the last 2 bake sales and went to the pet shop to buy bags of dog and cat food needed at the animal shelter. We also dropped off a carload full of blankets, towels and all other things you have donated. Ms Elena, responsible at the Parco Rifugio E.N.P.A was Continue Reading


Developing fine motor skills with new tools

Pre-Nursery students are marching through March towards a new season, ready for more learning in this busy school year! Fighting against the last cold days, they are full of energy, eager to develop and learn new skills in our mark-making and crafts area. Along with free play activities such as building with Lego, assembling puzzle pieces or playing with playdough, Continue Reading


Lezione di geografia con nonna Licia

La scorsa settimana, entrambe le sezioni di Grade 5 sono state coinvolte in un approfondimento durante le ore di geografia. In un periodo dell’anno in cui gli studenti si stanno dedicando allo studio del Friuli – Venezia Giulia, è stata proposta una lezione focalizzata sulla città di Udine e i suoi cambiamenti nel corso del tempo. Si è trattato di Continue Reading


Learning new sports through an International lens

Our Middle School students have had the opportunity to discover a new and fun sport named Cope Ball this term. While relatively unknown it is a game we learned from our Valencian friends in our exchange to their school last year. The game originated from Valencia (Spain) and involves striking the ball with an open hand while trying to score Continue Reading


Electrifying! Energetic!

In Term 2, the young scientists in Grade 6 have begun their inquiry into the world of physics. By looking at the world around us, we have started to understand some key concepts regarding energy, fuel and electricity! After learning about the basics of electric circuits, we were able to get a hands-on experience of creating parallel and series circuits Continue Reading


Grade 5 Students Pay It Forward!

“Mr Green, Friday 22nd February is World Thinking Day… and Grade 5’s turn to lead assembly for the Elementary School.” We needed a plan: 1. We worked out who wanted to say lots of words. Lots of students didn’t, but they had to say something! 2. The assembly will be about an idea called Paying It Forward. When someone does something Continue Reading