St George's British International School, Rome

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Hello Alumni! We’d love you to join us at school on Friday 22 December for our annual Rome reunion. The event begins at 5.00pm with a school tour followed by refreshments. Please see the Alumni Portal ( for more information, or contact [email protected]. Pictured: just a few of our recent alumni visitors to campus!


In Year 11 Italian B pre-IB, pupils have been using the theme of mental health to develop their grammar and vocabulary by discussing a range of factors as to why an individual may sometimes struggle with their mental health and how this could be improved. For pupils in Year 10 and 11 there are three Italian pathways available at St George’s; the IGCSE Italian course, for those who are relatively new to the language; Italian A Language and Literature pre-IB, for native speakers who intend to continue with Italian in the IB Diploma Programme and obtain a bilingual Diploma; and Italian B pre-IB for more advanced but non-native speakers. Pictured: Ms Manfreda’s Year 11 class!

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Thank you to the Parents of St George’s (PSG) for organising our annual Winter Fair on Friday evening at the La Storta campus, which included a range of food, activities and a special visit from Santa Claus!

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Holiday season is upon us! The Junior Christmas Concert brought pupils from the City Centre and La Storta campuses together to perform seasonal classics in front of a large audience of parents. Well done to all participants from the various St George’s choirs and orchestras who took part! 🤶 🎄

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Pupils in Year 6 have been diving into the fascinating world of classification keys as part of their Science topic. Through the use of their own branching questions, they were able to identify a diverse range of animals. The pupils showed impressive dedication in crafting questions that would effectively sort the animals based on their unique features.

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As part of their studies of tectonic hazards, earthquakes and volcanoes in Geography, Year 9 ventured to the Bay of Naples this week. They hiked Mount Vesuvius, explored the ancient ruins of Pompeii, developed their field research skills for IGCSE Geography, and also enjoyed the famous Amalfi Coast’s Lemon Sorbet!


Calling all members of the St George’s community! Your food donations are requested by the LEAP team in order support our friends at .rome as we approach the winter months. Drop-offs can be made daily to the collection point at the Security Entrance (La Storta) ahead of the delivery of supplies to JNRC in mid-December. Even small donations make a big difference! To learn more please speak to a member of the LEAP team, to Mr Brookes or Areeba (10A).

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What a thrill for our Girls Football teams to welcome Claudia Palombi from Lazio’s Women’s first team . Claudia graciously answered many questions about how she rose to becoming a professional footballer, the growth of women’s sports worldwide, her training regime and her career highlights to date. She provided incredible insights and tips to our U18, U16 and U14 footballers who continue to go from strength to strength with their training, competition and camaraderie. An inspiring afternoon - grazie mille Claudia!

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And then there were four! The finals of the Year 7 and Year 8 Chess Tournaments are set! We expect a large audience in the Library for the finals on Friday 15 December! ♟️


In German, Year 8 pupils were tasked with making a video presentation about St George’s, using their acquired German language skills, detailing the history of the school, facilities, curriculum and student life. They delivered their presentations to Frau Bartolotta and special guest Dr Knight, who were so impressed that they would like to involve the group in future marketing initiatives! Gut gemacht Nora, Daniel, Mayla, Angela, Oscar, Micky and Wenxuan! German is one of six foreign languages that pupils can opt to study in the Senior School, alongside Italian, French, Mandarin, Latin and Spanish.

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This weekend our Maths teams placed First and Second in the AIBWSI Annual Maths competition, hosted this year by . There were nine international schools from across Rome and Italy participating, with a total of 18 teams entered (two per school) for a day packed full of extremely complex mathematical problems that the teams attempted to solve. Many congratulations to both St George’s teams for their success and a huge shout-out to our Maths Department led by Ms Clapp that continues to inspire, challenge and innovate in their teaching of this very important subject.

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The cast and crew of A Comedy of Errors (2/2). Gala as Dromio of Ephesus. Luca as Luciana. CB as Viatrix. Elena as Officer. Mikhail as Jailer. Tsugumi & Romy (Running Crew). Roxanne, Sara & Nina (Lighting & Sound). Stella & Sophie (Directors). Mr Hendry and Mrs Douglas. More to come!

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The cast and crew of A Comedy Of Errors (1/2). Felix as Angelo. Clara as Antipholus of Syracuse. Anna as Abbess Amelia/Balthazar. Alice as Egeon. Nick as Duke of Ephesus. Amy as Mum/Merchant/Courtesan. Isobel as Dromio of Syracuse. Martha as Doctor Pinch. Teddy as Antipholus of Ephesus. Elsie as Adriana. Huge respect to this phenomal team who wowed the audiences over three shows this week. Throughout the week we will be sharing video highlights from the shows.

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La Storta Junior School in cross-country action today! Many thanks to all the parents who came out to support and cheer on the pupils, and to our MC-extraordinaire Mr Ronan!


St George’s has launched its third annual COBIS Programme For Middle Leaders, taking place this year at the City Centre campus.

Facilitated by Mr Matthew Woodhead, Head of City Centre Junior School, and Mrs Frances Vulpiani, Assistant Headteacher & Head of Sixth Form, the participants undertook three days of training, exploring key themes around school leadership, how to be an effective leader, how to build effective teams and how to lead impactful change.

St George’s participants were joined by colleagues from The English College in Prague (Czechia), The International School of Lyon (France) and Oporto British School (Portugal). Participants now embark on their Leadership Challenge Action Research Projects before reuniting in May for the next stages of the course.

Mrs Vulpiani: "It is such a pleasure to work with middle leaders and watch them grow and develop during the course. There was a climate of trust and openness which meant that participants were motivated to share and reflect on their leadership experiences and think about how they can close a gap and make positive change in their school communities."


Parents and pupils are invited to the zany and mixed up world of the Senior School production of Shakespeare’s A Comedy of Errors! Showtimes: Thursday at 7.00pm and Friday at 7.30pm. Entrance to the Drama Studio is free with seating available on a first come first served basis. With a dazzling cast packed full of talent, this promises to be an incredible show!

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The Chamber Choir, a small group of exceptional vocalists from Year 9 to Year 13, participated in the Remembrance Day 2023 service at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in Testaccio. They performed a hymn, laid a wreath on behalf of the school, and Elsie (13M) and Kira (9V) read the Epitaph and Exhoration to the many Ambassadors, Dignitaries and other guests in attendance. Rounding out a busy weekend for our musicians was a beautiful performance at the All Saints Anglican Church for Remembrance Sunday.


Remarkable IGCSE success for these talented pupils: congratulations to Camilla 🇮🇹(12J, centre) who received the Highest Mark in the world for IGCSE Fine Art in the May 2023 examination session; Romy 🇳🇱(12V, second left) obtained the Highest Mark in Italy in four subjects: IGCSE Biology, IGCSE Chemistry, IGCSE French and IGCSE Physics. Congratulations to Santiago 🇺🇾(12V, left) – Highest Mark in Italy for IGCSE Mathematics, Bella 🇸🇰🇬🇧(12M, second right) – Highest Mark in Italy for IGCSE Chemistry (joint with Romy), Flora 🇬🇧 (12J, right) – Highest Mark in Italy for IGCSE Geography and Rosa 🇬🇧(not pictured) - Highest Mark in Italy for IGCSE History. Our Year 12 cohort are a truly outstanding class and we very much look forward their continued success in the IB Diploma. Learn more about the Outstanding Pearson Learner Awards at

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Life is a rollercoaster, just gotta ride it! With our continued focus on the awareness of mental health among our community, it has been an absolute pleasure to host Dick Moore, renowned educator of mental health in schools ( Mr Moore presented assemblies for Key Stage 3 (Year 7, 8 and 9) and Key Stage 4 (Year 10 and 11) on the hard-hitting issues and stigmas that we can overcome by talking to someone. Mr Moore also worked with teachers to craft strategies and will present to parents at 5.00pm this evening; he was extremely impressed by the engagement, responses and questions from the student audience.

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I can, we can, Vulcan! The red brigade prepping for the House Song competition.

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Pupils across the City Centre Junior School campus participated in the St George's Inter-House Cross-Country event. It was a fantastic occasion, with lots of energy, determination and resilience on display! Pupils had trained hard during their PE lessons for the day and the results of their efforts were clearly visible. Well done to all and thank you to all the staff for marshalling and supporting the runners. Finally, thank you to all the parents for their continued support throughout these competitive games. Well done to First Place Winners' Apollo! 🩵


When you take a photo of the Year 7 Minerva boys but the other Houses launch a photobomb. 💚💙💛❤️

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There are currently 73 pupils in Years 12 and 13 working towards their Gold level Duke of Edinburgh Award, 38 Year 11 pupils taking part at Silver level and 51 Year 10 pupils taking part at Bronze level. This highly respected and very demanding undertaking requires months of dedication and provides pupils with incredible life skills.

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The MUN team, made up of 25 pupils from Year 11 to Year 13, had a wonderful trip to Greece to participate in the CSMUN Conference at Campion School alongside over 500 student delegates. St George's pupils proved to be outstanding negotiators in their various committees and came up with solutions to a huge array of global issues. Harry (11M) and Nina (11M) were both awarded Best Delegate for their committees, whilst Theo (11A) and Annabel (11J) were awarded with Honourable Mentions.

Pupils were able to enjoy a walking tour of some of the main sites during their downtime which included visits to the Acropolis Museum and the National Archaeological Museum, dining on some delicious Greek cuisine and even enjoying a bit of Greek dancing! The MUN club is now looking forward to their next conference in Milan in November.

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This week we welcomed university representatives from UCL, Imperial, Cambridge, Warwick, Bath, Nottingham, Goldsmiths, Leeds, Northeastern, SCAD, Minerva and European School of Economics. Pupils across the Senior School had the opportunity to speak to each exhibitor and learn more about the degree programmes and co-curricular opportunities on offer at each institution. Thank you to all the wonderful representatives for your inspiring presentations and insightful conversations!

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Year 12 IB Theatre pupils visited London this week to participate in the conference, focusing on developing the principal skills for each of the four IB Theatre course assessments. In between a busy schedule of workshops the group enjoyed a live performance of The Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Empress about the lives of Indian immigrants during the Victorian Age, having the chance to meet and interact with the cast after the show. And the trip wouldn’t have been complete without some Fish and Chips! St George’s is extremely pleased to hold ISTA membership - for over 40 years the International Schools Theatre Association has helped young pupils from schools around the world to nurture their talents as actors and performers.

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The 2023-24 House Competition has seen Juno💛 jump out to a strong early lead as they seek to lift the House trophy, currently held by Minerva💚, for the first time since 2018 - the longest active drought among our four Houses. Points amassed so far for each House have been on an individual basis, particularly for academic effort, attainment and behaviour. The competition is about to ramp up as the Houses prepare for the first showdown of the year - the traditional House Song contest! Meanwhile, over at the City Centre campus it is Apollo💙 and Vulcan❤️ who are the early frontrunners.

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In Science, Year 4 pupils at the City Centre campus focused today’s lesson on the food chain, considering the range of producers, predators and prey that form a part of it. To bring their studies to life, Ms Wild’s class enjoyed a stroll along the nature trail within the campus grounds where they were able to spot various creatures including lizards, birds, beetles, ladybugs and even a squirrel. They then determined whether these animals could be predators, prey, or perhaps both!

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St George’s was privileged to host representatives from as part of International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste 2023. The FAO team of Ms Francesca Gianfelici, Mr Ryan Brown, Ms Glenda Cabral Calzuola and Ms Kaitlyn Gullion met with members of the Senior School’s LEAP team to exchange knowledge and discuss initiatives for combating food waste. They also led a lively series of activities with Year 5, who are very keen to drive further waste reduction, both within St George’s and outside of school in their every day lives. It was an inspiring afternoon for all involved ahead of our upcoming Zero Waste Week.

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Year 10 IGCSE Fine Art pupils enjoyed the beautiful surrounds of and the gardens of Villa Borghese last week. They undertook a range of essential field research work to support their current course unit. The city of Rome, with its art, history and culture, is an incredible source of inspiration to our artists, who often have the opportunity to sketch and immerse themselves in their work within the heart of the historic centre.

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The Principal’s BBQ is an annual tradition at St George’s where we welcome parents, pupils, alumni, teachers and staff for a night of great food and entertainment early on in the academic year. It was wonderful to see so many members of the community in attendance on Friday evening!


St George’s is very proud to be named as one of the top 125 private schools in the world in the fourth annual edition of the Schools Index for 2023 by . St George’s is one of only a small number of schools to have featured in the independent, impartial publication every year since its inception, alongside the most successful schools worldwide. This is a testament to the fantastic teaching in the school and to our extraordinary pupils who achieve among the very best IB examination results in Europe year on year. Explore further at

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Year 11 IGCSE Biology pupils have been studying Homeostasis, looking specifically at the Kidney. Working in small groups, they undertook a careful dissection of the bean-shaped organ in order to better understand its structure and functionality, thereafter discussing the effects of kidney failure.

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The start of the annual Co-Curricular Activities (CCA’s) programme brings plenty of excitement as there are a plethora of after-school activities on offer, including orchestra, choir, rock & percussion, football, netball, tag rugby, basketball, athletics, debating, green team, forest school, language academy, top hat and many more! Pictured: Art & Craft and Strategy Games.


We have a jam-packed calendar of university and careers events this year, and it was a pleasure to welcome representatives from and this morning. Pupils were very eager to learn more about study opportunities in the USA.

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Year 12 have commenced what will be the most challenging yet rewarding two years of their education to date as they begin the IB Diploma Programme. To kick-off the year in style they have spent the week at Monte Cucco, on the border of Umbria and Marche. As well as some introductory IB projects, they have enjoyed activities including hiking, blindfolded rock climbing, archery and other team building exercises. Thank you for once again providing an amazing outdoor experience for our pupils.

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In todays Year 9 assembly, pupils were introduced to the next phase of the Lower School Baccalaureate that they will undertake in parallel to their academic subjects this year. To provide inspiration, Year 10 pupils Mathias and Anna presented the projects that they were part of last year. Similar to the CAS programme followed during the IB Diploma, the LSB allows pupils to take a deep dive into areas that they are passionate about, beyond the curriculum. Afterwards, Year 9 posed for a quick group photo!

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Making memories: highlights from a whirlwind first week of the new school year!


EDIT: NEW DATE - FRIDAY 29 SEPTEMBER! The St George’s community are invited to enjoy an evening of delicious food and cold drinks at the upcoming Principal’s BBQ on Friday 29 September from 6.00pm. Entry is free and we look forward to welcoming families and members of our alumni community.

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Summer may be over but there was still plenty of fun in the sun to be had today as returning pupils connected with old friends and began to form new friendships. Following whole school assemblies, lessons have commenced and pupils can look forward to a year of hard work and opportunity. Welcome back everyone!

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