One student in particular, was invincible at this game he won all the battles
The following reports have been written by students who attended this years Harvard Model United Nations in the USA. Theses are their personal reflections on Read more »
Once in the Human Rights Council, a group of delegates came in with a man dressed as Lady Gaga!
We would go to bed exhausted from the work we had done during the day, and it was hard to wake up in the morning for the sessions.
Finally, after two years of anecdotes from the previous delegates, our class took part in this incredible and unique experience,
Once again, this is the 12th year that Castelli students embark on an experience of a life time, armed with hours of preparation, weeks Read more »
Castelli International students represent the Republic of Korea:
On Friday October 12th 7th and 8th graders went to the Vermeer art expo at the Scuderie in Rome (beautifully restructured Papal stables that have been Read more »
Class 4′s end of year trip to a volcanic lake steeped in geology and history.
In the final year of elementary school the children revise their studies into the Etruscan civilization by paying a visit to a special centre for experimental archaeology. As well as getting hands on experience of being an archaeologist, they learn about some of the most important activities conducted by the Etruscans. The workshops are lead by highly qualified archaeologists who not only know their stuff, but have the most amazing rapport with the students. The children sleep in Etruscan huts (fortunately with an ensuit bathroom), they go horse riding to visit some Etruscan tombs, and of course, there’s also some time for a swim in the pool and the chance to dance away the night at the disco.