OUR SCHOOL Our school is situated in Lavinio Lido di Enea, a little suburb of Anzio, a touristic and residential town of about 56,000 inhabitants situated on the Tyrrhenian coast of Lazio 50 km far from Rome. The city of Anzio is well known for the ancient ruins of roman villas and for the landing of troops named after the city during the Second World War (January, 22th 1944). Anzio and the whole the region where our school is situated in are characterized by a strong migratory flow both from Rome and from Europe, Asia and Africa. During the last two decades, Lavinio has gradually become a multicultural context, where many different ethnics, cultures and languages find place. Our school has 140 teachers, 32 of whom are employed as special needs teachers; on 1310 pupils aged from 3 to
14 years, 340 do not have Italian origins (37% of them comes from countries belonging to the European community, while 63% from non EU countries). In kindergarten, primary school and scuola secondaria di primo grado; there are 58 pupils with disabilities supported by special needs teachers who work in our school. Moreover, there are 37 children with specific developmental disorders who are not supported a special needs teacher, but for whom teachers use specific teaching strategies. As described before, our school embraces pupils from different countries, and our staff, teachers in particular, is committed to promoting the best opportunities for them. On one hand, the non teaching staff takes care of helping families giving them all the necessary information about the school and its educative offer. On the
other hand, the teachers dedicate themselves to promoting childrenâ€™s well being and social inclusion by adapting the educative strategies and tools to fulfill the needs of each student. The mission of our school aims at promoting the reciprocal comprehension among different cultures in order to instill in the European citizens of the future what is necessary to recognize and to appreciate the common values, without neglecting the respect for ourselves, for our own and for other countries, the latters considered as parts of a wider whole (Europe as the world as well). We think that such a way of considering the formative actions may contribute to the formation of future generations that will have the possibility to grow without territorial, cultural and linguistic boundaries, because boundaries can join but divide as well.
our school seen by the children
"This is my school. It is beautiful, big and we make so many things with my teachers, and many are the children"
the garden seen by the children
The HAll seen by the children
my classroom seen by the children
"There are toys, children, windows, desks, chair
rs. The children play with toys and with Legos."
FOR REAL Kindergarten
FOR REAL PRIMARY SCHOOL
the canteen seen by the children
"This is the canteen, itâ€™s big and with many tables where children eat Pasta, meat, Fish, carrots, frittata..." 24
THE GYM seen by the children
This is the gym, up are the windows, and somersaults, the rings to jump or to hop basket and thatâ€™s where children can wo
d there are the mats for the p with, the pins, thereâ€™s the ork out.
it lab seen by the children
"There were many computers, there was also a little robot, big was the place, full of tables and of children who wrote on the computers and worked on them."
the stairs seen by the children
OUR DIRECTOR seen by the children
"The director's office is on the first floor, inside the room there's a big desk with a computer, pens and many books. the direcetor is very kind and beautiful.."
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THIS IS OUR CITY
What a fantastic town Anzio is!
Anzio is a nice town to the south of Rome. Itâ€™s placed by the sea. It has two b The territory has ancient origins and has been inhabitedsince the Stone Age b Imperial Villaâ€?. It was built by various Roman emperors. The most important was Nero,he was born there on 15 Dicember 37 D.C. An world war. Living in Anzio is fantastic! The weather is always sunny with amazi
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beautiful beaches, a nice harbour and a lot of monuments. before the founding of Rome. The most famous archeological site is "The
nzio is very famous for the landing of the American forces during the second ing sunsets ,the people are friendly and the food is superb. Come along!
THE PORT OF ANZIO The history of Anzio is firmly linked to its harbor. The port is the centre of important economic activities which have to do with commercial trade, fishing and sailing and it is also the terminus for maritime connections with the Pontine Islands.
seen by the children
This is Angelitaâ€™s statue. During the Battle of Anzio (World War II ), on January 22nd, 1944, a British soldier found a girl on the beach. The girl was only 5 years old, she was alone and scared. The soldier helped her, but she died a few days later. On 22nd January 1979, the statue was unveiled in memory of all the young victims of the war.
Capo dâ€™ Anzio lighthouse is a pride and an important tourist attraction for our town. It has a very ancient history. In fact, it was rebuilt several times during the centuries and it only became operative in 1870. Currently, the white lighthouse is 21 meters tall and projects its two bundle of white lights toward the sea for leading skippers at night as well as illuminating the suggestive Neroâ€™s Villa ruins.
tor caldara seen by the children
Tor Caldara is a natural reserve situated between Anzio and Lido Di Lavinio. It protects an example of mediterranean forest which is mainlyl of evergreens: hom oaks, cork oaks, shrub heather strawberry trees. The many sulphurous springs are a result of the volcanic gases that rise up from the peripheral roots of the latium volcano In the reserve we can admire what remains of the watch tower built in 1560.
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Nero was one of the most famous emperors of ancient Rome. His real name was Lucio Domizio Enobarbo and he was born in Anzio on the 15th of December 37 A.C. He was a lover of arts and he also enjoyed sports. According to the legend he decided to set the city of Rome on fire but history proved that it is not the truth. Nero who loved Anzio, his birthplace, had a great Villa built on sea, whose remains a still visitable nowadays.
ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO ANZIO III Via Machiavelli, snc 00040 Lavinio di Anzio (RM) Tel. 06 98 73 212 - Fax 06 98 73 540 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org PEC: email@example.com www.icanzioiii.gov.it
A brief description of our School Istituto Comprensivo Anzio 3 and of our beautiful city Anzio