We’re now into week 10 of home-learning, and what an interesting 10 weeks it has been.
by Maria Sole Grade 8 (Middle School) On Wednesday, March 25th, 2020, our class had the privilege of interviewing Yermolai Solzhenitsyn, son of the Nobel Prize winner Alexander Solzhenitsyn. He…
Here at Castelli International we are off to our second week of home-learning. The school remains eerily quiet with the happy, carefree sounds of our students being truly missed.
Theme weeks have proven to be a hugely popular aspect of life at Castelli, with pupils and teachers collaborating, learning and having fun together.
A unique educational journey to the heart of vibrant New York City and then on to Boston, Harvard University and actively participating in the Harvard Model United Nations conference. An unforgettable, life-changing experience for our students. Read on for some student recounts.
Through hands-on learning students had great fun finding out about Ancient Egypt.
This year CIS delegates will represent Portugal in ten committees.The conference theme this year is ‘Diplomacy in the Age of Globalization’
Class 5 write letters to Parmareggio asking them to rethink their packaging for the ABC della Merenda.
For 2020-21 intake.
From magic numbers to plastic reduction, class one have had a great start to the year.