British curriculum
Ages 3 to 11

Britannia International School of Rome

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Quick summary of key school information

Language of instruction English
Native English teachers
Extra languages (other than English)
Class sizes Average
Extracurricular activities
School bus

This school is not available for a twelve year old child.

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Number of students


Native English speaking teachers


Additional language classes offered by the school


Do teachers assign homework to their students?


Approximate hours of homework given

Depends on the subject and grade level.

Uniform required


School bus service available


School start time


School finish time


Extracurricular activities or clubs offered

After school activities, which can be provided by the school, include extra fun creative activities, sports lessons on the school's own great football pitch and homework programme where pupils have the opportunity to do their homework under the guidance of a mother tongue tutor.

School provided lunches


Sports activities included

The school’s aim in physical education is to teach essential physical skills and to develop the social, emotional and moral character of the pupils. The pupils learn to share equipment, to play with a partner or small team and to help and co-operate with others. Children are encouraged to give their best, and in this context an element of competition is introduced as pupils grow older. Pupils learn to respect, and work within, the framework of simple rules. Certain fundamental skills are practised across the whole PE curriculum such as locomotion skills and ball skills. The younger children learn to handle equipment which is the basis for specialised games at a later stage. The pupils are taught the skills and subsequently learn to adapt to the rules and limitations presented by the game. Extra football lessons are also offered as extracurricular activity.

Sports facilities at the school

Playground, football pitch.

Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

Britannia International School of Rome is situated in a modern villa in the south of Rome. It is surrounded by its own large front and back garden as well as the lovely Roman hilly country side.
The school' aim is to create a friendly and encouraging atmosphere to promote a positive attitude towards learning and strongly believe the importance for children to feel happy, secure and motivated.

Teaching approach of the school

Britannia's main aim is to offer a broad and balanced curriculum which inspires children to achieve excellence and enjoyment in their learning. BIS tries hard to create wide and varied opportunities for academic achievement across all subjects. It also aims to encourage and develop pupils’ skills and talents through the extensiveness and creativity of the curriculum in school and extra-curricular activities.