What makes us different —

Attention and care of the child as an individual

Our program is structured in line with the National Directions: click here to read them

Curriculum Primary school


Beginning in kindergarten through the last year of elementary school, using the British Jolly Phonics method, English language is learned through a multisensory approach. Reading-writing is taught with phonics, with the use of stories, gestures and songs to familiarize children with the phonemes of the English language, thus learning to read through play.

Another methodology, used vertically, that stimulates words and language, is Children’s Philosophy, which allows children to develop the skills of constructing and communicating new ideas.

In preschool, classrooms are organized into work areas that develop all fields of expertise: up motor, sensory, practical life, language, math and cosmic. Some teachers are trained with Fondazione Montessori Italia, which allows them to use many authentic materials from the method. They work to educate children in autonomy and freedom of choice, with materials and environment that invite the child to work, allowing him or her to choose activities that respect his or her rhythm and meet his or her internal need for growth.

In kindergarten the child is offered opportunities for enrichment and growth, in the round, to develop his or her potential and aptitudes. With these goals, workshops in acting, yoga, as well as musical and sports activities are offered, using a holistic approach. It combines Montessori pedagogy and practice with outdoor education, social-emotional education and the Danish method. The latter rests on pillars that educate: sincerity, trust, risk-taking, empathy and courage.

Within kindergarten, vertical work is done on the three age groups. Common integrative backgrounds are proposed, alternating from year to year. Emotions, conflict management and social skills are educated, thus giving much importance to stimuli that start from the natural environment with outdoor education and through drama workshops.

Each school year, the staff in charge of the two school orders, plan different activities and experiences, which feature, together, the students of the different school orders.

Openness to the international dimension is realized particularly effectively through multilingualism, in a didactics in which communication in the mother tongue and foreign languages is therefore the fundamental vehicle for the development of social and civic skills and awareness of different cultural expressions.