Friday 30 March 2018 When choosing the right school for you child, it may happen that you don’t have a clear idea of what the educational approaches available on the territory are. At GSO, we feel that it is extremely important to let every parent know what approach they can choose for their children: every approach has its own distinguishing […]
Monday 19 March 2018 GSO organises an informative meeting on Monday, 26th March 2018, at 8.30PM. The event takes place in Via Milano, Olmi (TV) – the Mappaluna building. During the meeting, the Director Giordano Casonato will introduce part of his staff and give further details about the educational project of the new GSO Junior School.
Learning English at school is becoming more and more compulsory rather than a choice to be made by students. Many countries – Italy among them – have introduced the compulsory study of a second language since the primary years of school. The choice of the language, moreover, is not left to the pupils – or […]
A thick fog was covering our car when we arrived in Duino, in the parking lot of the UWC Adriatic; unfortunately, the bad weather prevented us from taking in the incredible view from the students’ residence, which overlooks the Gulf of Trieste. Our appointment with Johanna, the friendly and pleasant librarian of the school, began […]
Because it is a programme specifically built for teenagers that face life tenaciously but also with uncertainty: the IGCSE aims at being a guide for students to help them understand what kind of life path is the most suitable to them. The IGCSE programme can do that by virtue of a targeted and personalised approach, […]
The Cambridge IGCSE programme is an international curriculum designed for students aged 14 to 16. Its acronym stands for International General Certificate of Secondary Education and is an English-taught curriculum designed to prepare students for both university and life itself. How is it structured? The programme is divided into 6 subject groups: English Maths Sciences […]
On Sunday the 28th January, GSO organised a dancing flash mob in Treviso.
GSO opens its doors to all those interested in learning more on our programmes and on the benefits of an international education at Gentium Schola Opitergium. Do not miss this opportunity: come and visit our school on Sunday 21st January!
Gentium Schola Opitergium (GSO) is proud to announce that it has now officially obtained the accreditation for Cambridge – IGCSE programme and has become a Cambridge School. What does this mean? GSO has successfully passed the rigorous process to become part of the Cambridge Schools and can now offer the IGCSE to students aged 14 […]
We wish you a wonderful new year with this video full of emotions.