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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Dem Bones

Grade 5 has been investigating the human body. They started with human outlines then added in as many organs bones and body systems as possible. The skeletal system is the foundation of the human body, so the Grade 5s have been trying to bone up on their knowledge.   “In this unit, I learned about bones and that babies have Continue Reading


Grade 7s catching their breath

In the first few weeks of Term 1 our Grade 7’s have been honing their sprinting technique and developing the team spirit among the class. Various games and activities have shown them the importance of communication and teamwork. Thanks to our cross curricular activities with the Science department we have been measuring their resting heart rates and then their heart Continue Reading


Le lingue minoritarie: il caso del Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Durante le ore di geografia, quest’anno i bambini di quinta avranno la possibilità di approfondire l’Italia e il suo territorio, suddiviso per regioni. Data la ricchezza linguistica del nostro paese, si è pensato di fornire una lente d’ingrandimento partendo proprio dalla nostra regione. Gli studenti, già dalla scorsa settimana, hanno iniziato a prendere coscienza del patrimonio linguistico del Friuli – Continue Reading


European Day of Languages at UIS

On the 26th of September, we celebrated the European Day of Languages. Every year, millions of people in the Council’s member states and elsewhere organise or take part in activities to promote linguistic diversity. On this occasion, we discovered facts, curiosities and talked about the importance of knowing more than one language, in order to develop plurilingual skills and reinforce Continue Reading


Grade 2’s Classify Garden Animals

The children in Grade 2 have been learning about animals in Science, classifying them into two main groups: vertebrates and invertebrates. Moreover, the children have been exploring more specific groups based on similar characteristics, such as mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish, insects, and spiders. The highlight of our learning activity was when the budding scientists attempted to classify the animals Continue Reading


Re-bonjour à tous!

Grade 7 and Grade 8 students have dedicated the first weeks of September in doing some revision of the French program from the previous academic year. It has been an opportunity for them to review some topics, exchange grammar explanations and French expressions. As a result, there has been real feedback where each student took advantage of the lessons to Continue Reading