May/June 2021 Timetable

MAY-JUNE 2021 NB. Students must be present at least 30 mins before starting time. Exam classrooms are on 3rd and will be indicated on the date of the exam on the information board in the school's atrium. COVID UPDATE: entrances will be set at a fixed quota and controlled. (Gli ingressi saranno contingentati.) EXAM DATE... Continue Reading →

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Exam Entry 2021

Entries for the May/June 2021 series must be made within the 3rd of March 2021 (termine inderogabile). In order to enter download the International GCSE Entry, have your parents fill it in and hand it in to our staff at the Segreteria Didattica. International GCSE EntryDownload

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Books 2020-21

Books can be ordered online or also at specialised local book shops (e.g. Libreria Romagnosi). I libri possono essere acquistati online o presso librerie specializzate (ad.es. Libreria Romagnosi) Titles required - Titoli richiesti: SCIENCE IN ENGLISH 'Edexcel International GCSE (9-1) BIOLOGY Student Book' (by Philip Bradfield & Steve Potter) - ISBN: 9780435185084 'Edexcel International GCSE... Continue Reading →

Searching for Sugar Man

Anna Balzarelli, Micol Mosca & Mattia Vignola, 4DS The 10th of July, 1942, in Detroit, Michigan, a man and a woman of native American origins became parents to their last son, the sixth one, hence naming him Sixto Diaz Rodriguez. To make it to the end of the month Sixto worked as a mechanic and... Continue Reading →

“The Future of Meat”, thoughts.

by Matilde Ruo, (4BS) Meat has become an issue since we have realized its impact on our planet, in terms of carbon emissions and animals’ treatments in intensive farming. The question is how humans can be effective on this problem. What can and should we do concretely in order to prevent any further negative consequences... Continue Reading →

Correlation between environment and diseases

by Mia Albasi, Beatrice Castelli, Teresa Covini, Giulioemanuele Girometta, Chiara Marcarini (3BS) Progress is based on humans’ curiosity. The physicist Isaac Newton said “To go forward you have to leave something behind”,  meaning that in order to achieve progress, a cost has to be paid and if this is not considered it will cause problems... Continue Reading →

Artwork by Beatrice Curti (3BS) Art, and music in particular, have always been a powerful voice on environmental issues. This playlist, put together by the students of class 3BS (2019/20), sheds some light onto how musicians have given shape to concerns, fears and doubts, about the future of our planet. A future in which our... Continue Reading →

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