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An Early Years education is crucial to the future well-being of children. Our next Open Morning on 18 July 2018 will show the benefits of a holistic, inquiry-based approach via the IB Primary Years Programme. It is a programme which fosters curiosity, love of life-long learning and promotes personal and academic growth. Sign-up to attend on our website: https://www.romeinternationalschool.it/academics/early-years-ages-2-to-5/early-years-ages-2-to-5-open-morning-2018
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Interested families are warmly invited to attend our final Open Day of the 2017/18 academic year on 12 June. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience first-hand our student-centered academic programmes offered to ages 2 to 18. For more information and to sign-up visit: https://www.romeinternationalschool.it/apply/open-day-12-jun
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#RescueHeritage conferences start with lecture by archaeologist Paolo Matthiae at Rome International School - Thursday 16 March 2017, 15.00

Professor Matthiae is an archeologist that has discovered an ancient city and an entire civilisation: Ebla in Syria. Prof. Matthiae's lecture is the first in a series of conferences, to be held in Italian, linked to the exhibition 'Rescuing our past to build our future'.

The theme of the Professor's talk is on archeology in areas of crisis in the Middle East. How much at risk is the archaeological heritage of the Middle East? What is being done and what can the civilized world do to stop barbaric acts?

The lecture is open to the public. Please reserve your seat by writing to office@romeinternationalschool.it or calling 0684482650/651.

View upcoming conferences here: http://www.romeinternationalschool.it/discover/rescuing-our-past-to-build-our-future
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#RescueHeritage: Archaeology exhibition on stolen artefacts successfully inaugurated

On Thursday 9 March 2017, the opening of the archaeology exhibition - 'Rescuing our past to build our future' - was inaugurated by Ivano Boragine, RIS Head of School; Fabrizio Parrulli, Commander of the Comando Carabinieri TPC; Director General of LUISS University,Giovanni Lo Storto; Roberto Di Paola, Scientific Director of the Exhibition.

A huge thanks goes to RIS students for contributing to the great success of the event; a unique exhibition that has generated plenty of interest from members of the public, international community as well as the media. Catch up on all the highlights here: http://www.romeinternationalschool.it/discover/rescuing-our-past-to-build-our-future
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In collaboration with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism (MiBACT) and the Comando Carabinieri Tutela Patrimonio Culturale, Rome International School will showcase 75 rare archaeological treasures, recovered by this special branch of the Carabinieri dedicated to preserving Italy's cultural heritage.

This exhibition is open to the public from Monday to Friday (upon reservation) from 08.30 to 18.00 and Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 to 20.00.

Throughout the exhibition period, a series of conferences (in Italian) will be held with exhibition partners on themes related to the preservation of cultural heritage. These sessions are also open to the public (RSVP required) and more information can be found at the link below.
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Exclusive theatre session for Rome International School families, in collaboration with Associazione Culturale A-tensione.

The play will be performed in its original English version by Antonio Tintis, directed by Massimiliano Farau at RIS Auditorium on the following dates:

Thursday 17 November 2016 at 19.30
Friday 18 November 2016 at 21.00

A Bronx Tale is a one-man show that has inspired the famous movie directed by Robert De Niro in 1993 and is now a musical hit on Broadway. The play takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s— where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the popular mob boss of the neighborhood. Set in an environment where violence, prejudice and racial tensions are common, A Bronx Tale shows how respect, loyalty, love, and family values can positively shape and change one’s life.

Please note this is a cultural initiative for Rome International School parents, students and teachers. A contribution of €15 per person is required and can be booked online or via the school office.
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Prospective parents and students are warmly invited to attend our open weeks. This provides the ideal occasion to visit the school and meet students and teachers and to make an informed decision about your child's education. 

Why attend?
- Individual tour of the school plus dedicated meetings with the Principals and Vice-Principals of the Early Years / Elementary (ages 2 to 11) and Middle / High School (ages 12 to 18)
- Get answers about the enrolment procedure and international curricula offered: the prestigious International Baccalaureate and Cambridge
International General Certification of Secondary Education
- Prospective students to the Middle/High School can sit the entrance test (in English and Mathematics) 
- Visit the school also on Saturday 30 January (although the
school is closed to students you can still book individual meetings with the Principals of each section)

If you're interested in attending, you must first book an appointment with the school office. Please contact our reception team (office@romeinternationalschool.it;+39 0684482650) who will be happy to discuss a convenient slot with you. 

Breakfast at RIS, Thursday 28 January
In addition to the individual tours, we are holding a group information event on Thursday 28 January, 08.00 to 08.30. This group session will bring together prospective families interested in getting an overview of what we offer. A group tour will also be offered. Our Head of School will be present at this event. 

We look forward to hearing from you! 
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The October issue of the RIS report is now available and features contributions from our students and staff. 


Head of School, Mr Boragine summarises the key findings from the IBO's latest research conducted with uni admissions officers in the UK and the US. Find out how the Sustainable Development Goals are linked closely to the school's mission and the promotion of education for all. Mr Young tells us about how his Grade 6 class are sharing their learning and reflections on Twitter (@grade6y) and a student in Grade 13 writes about the difference she is making locally through the IB CAS programme.

Read all this and more here: http://bit.ly/1Gd0qeD
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Our students are problem solvers, critical thinkers and collaborators, equipped to succeed in the world of tomorrow. IB Programmes. LUISS network. 
The school you LOVE.
The school you LOVE.
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Rome International School is The School You Love. Find out more at the link below. 
The school you LOVE.
The school you LOVE.
romeinternationalschool.it
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