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The Udine International School

School Profile:
Founded in 2003
180 students,2-14yrs
National, International curricula .

The Udine International School
Via Martignacco, 187

The Udine International School is a non-profit Foundation governed by a Board of Directors whose main statutory objective is the promotion and advancement of international culture and education.
The Udine International School, with English as a teaching language open to students of both sexes and all nationalities, was started in 2003 through a joint initiative with its founding partner, The International School of Trieste, which is responsible for issuing diplomas fully and legally recognized by Italian law (art. 10, comma 3, della Legge 29 gennaio 1986, n. 26).
UIS is a member of MAIS (Mediterranean Association of International Schools) and, through its founding partner, is accredited by the Middle States Association of International Schools and a member of ECIS (European Council of International Schools).
The School is divided into three sections: Early Childhood (Pre-Nursery, Nursery 3, Nursery 4 and Kindergarten) for students aged 2-6, Elementary School (Grades 1 5) for students aged 5-11 and Junior High School (Grades 6 8) for students aged 10-14.
The 2005-2006 school year had an enrollment of 180 students. The School Calendar runs from September to June with Autumn, Christmas, Ski Week and Easter breaks. Admissions are made throughout the year based on age, student preparation and previous report cards.
Our Mission Statement is that of providing students from the international and local communities with a learning environment which fosters the values of education, honesty, cooperation and the understanding of others, instilling a firm sense of international fellowship and an open mind towards other cultures.
The Udine International School is located in the quiet greenery of the Istituto Monsignor F. Tomadini compound, ideally situated on the outskirts of Udine with convenient and easy access from the city centre as well as from the nearby highway. The compound comprises an indoor swimming pool, fully equipped gymnasium, soccer field, volleyball and basketball courts.
The Early Childhood Center is housed in a brand new building with colourful, spacious and cheerful classrooms, modern facilities and a large garden surrounding the entire area. All lessons are taught in English and admission does not require a previous knowledge of the English language.
The Elementary and Junior High School programmes follow an international curriculum designed to meet the demands of both a national and international education. The Italian Language and Cultural Studies strictly follow those outlined by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research. The Elementary School curriculum is divided into Core Subjects (Language Arts & Spelling, Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Italian Language & Italian Cultural Studies) which have more hours of instruction and Additional Subjects (Art, Music, Physical Education, Handwriting & Computer Studies) with one or two lessons weekly. In the Junior High School curriculum Core Subjects include Language Arts, Literature, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Italian & a third language (students can choose from French or German), while Additional Subjects include Art, Physical Education, Computer Studies and Latin (beginning in Grade 7).
Students have access to a state-of-the-art computer lab with a large assortment of software and monitored Internet access. The academic programme is enhanced by a wide range of extracurricular activities including art, music, drama and numerous field trips within Italy and abroad.
English as an Additional Language courses are offered during school hours to those students whose degree of fluency in English is not sufficient to enable them to fully participate in the school curriculum.
UIS teachers are all highly-qualified native speakers and possess university or specialised degrees from various anglo-saxon countries (i.e. U.K., Canada, U.S., Australia, etc.) which meet the requirements necessary to teach in international schools.
UIS organises a five week (end of June to end of July) Summer Camp which includes swimming lessons, outdoor sports activities, arts and crafts, school work aid and supervision and English language lessons for children attending local schools.



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