Scholarships for the IB Diploma Programme

The deadline to apply for the scholarship has been extended to June 15, 2021. 

For the school year 2021-2022, the WINS Foundation makes available four scholarships to attend the IB Diploma Programme, with total or partial coverage of the Tuition Fee.

The scholarships are addressed to talented students who want to start an educational path of excellence and obtain a diploma of high academic value, recognized by MIUR (Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research), which is an important passport to continue studying in the best universities in Italy and in the world.

In compliance with WINS educational mission, our offer of scholarships was therefore created to help lay the foundations of a society of responsible, competent and world-oriented citizens.

Read the CALL FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS  and submit here your application together with the requested attachments.

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Why the IB Diploma Programme?

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How do students learn at WINS?

They learn through a hands-on and interdisciplinary approach, which fosters curiosity and develops critical thinking. Watch the video to see our students at work:

 

Where is WINS?

In Turin, in a big Campus with labs, libraries, a swimming pool, indoor and outdoor sport fields, a canteen, classrooms equipped with cutting-edge facilities. Watch the video:

 

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WINS is a winner of the contest Sora School Stars 2021!

For the third time in a row we won the second place: this year we have been selected as Best in Student Made (Young Readers) – Category Runner-up thanks to a project of our Grade 3, 4 and 5 students!

The objective of the project was the promotion of our digital library Sora within WINS. Our students created a cartoon-style Sora character, wrote original stories using the Kamishibai and presented them to all PYP students.

 

Have a look at our video posted by Sora!

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Per la terza volta consecutiva abbiamo vinto il secondo posto: quest’anno siamo stati selezionati come Best in Student Made (Young Readers) – Category Runner-up grazie al progetto dei nostri studenti di Grade 3, 4 e 5!

L’obiettivo del progetto era la promozione della nostra biblioteca digitale Sora all’interno di WINS. I nostri studenti hanno creato un personaggio Sora in stile cartone animato, hanno scritto alcune storie originali usando il Kamishibai e le hanno presentate a tutti gli studenti PYP.

 

Guarda il nostro video postato da Sora!

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WINS Photo Contest “One Action for a Green Planet” is officially over!

WINS announces the winners of the Photo Contest “One Action For A Green Planet”:

– The class 1°B (s.y. 2019 – 2020) of Istituto Comprensivo “San Nilo” of Grottaferrata

– The class Grade 6 (s.y. 2019 – 2020) of WINS – World International School of Turin

We are glad to communicate that the winning classes will receive a Kit to start an educational vegetable garden in their classroom, provided by Peraga Garden Center.  

The contestants who are not among the winners will receive a gift for their participation in the contest.

Thanks again to all the participants for their commitment and their creativity!

WINS CAMPUS BASKETBALL SCHOOL

WINS and CAMPUS PIEMONTE BASKETBALL get together to give life to WINS Campus Basketball School

WINS and CAMPUS PIEMONTE are two excellences of the Turin city panorama and share a common goal: to train and enhance the talents of our territory, taking care of all the aspects that characterize the life and education of children with extreme attention, from school to sports, without neglecting the cultural and relational ones.

 The school will open its doors on 8th and 9th October with LEVE CAMPUS, trial lessons reserved for children born in the years 2008, 2009 and 2010 that are held from 5 to 7pm

In the following weeks WINS CAMPUS SCHOOL will activate new groups for children and teenagers from 4 years old. It will be open to everyone, both to WINS students and to students from other schools, united by the same motivations and the same passion.

 

The lessons will be held in two languages, English and Italian, and will respect all the health provisions established by the authorities.

 

For information, please write to: comunicazione@campuspiemonte.it

Or call the following mobile phone number: +39 338 9110792

WINS IN “IT RINGS A (SCHOOL) BELL!”

 

 

5 days, 10 guests, 5 topics of discussion

 

In partnership with TEDxTorino and in collaboration with: Fondazione Agnelli, J medical, Lions Club Torino Crocetta Duca D’Aosta, Koelliker Hospital of Turin, Sci Club Sestiere

 

Did you miss some of the online meetings?

No problem! You can find them here below: 

Monday, 7th September – “Learning disability and online learning” with the specialists of the Koelliker Hospital of Turin and the specialists of WINS

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Tuesday, 8th September  “Parents’ challenges before and after the lockdown”, with Miguel Angel Belletti and Elasti alias Claudia de Lillo

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Wednesday, 9th September – “Bullying, cyberbullying and cybersecurity”, with Maria Alessandra Parigi, President of Lions Club Torino Crocetta Duca D’Aosta and the engineer Mr. Renato Albano

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Thursday, 10th September – “Digital Education between accessibility and inclusion“ with Andrea Gavosto, President of the Fondazione Agnelli and Francesco Ronchi, CEO of Synesthesia

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Friday, 11th September – “Sports and health education” with the Health Director of J medical, Mr. Luca Semperboni and Simona Novara, Communication manager of Sci club Sestriere

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Note: All meetings were held in Italian

 

WINS PRESENTS THE EVENT “IT RINGS A (SCHOOL) BELL!”

5 days, 10 guests, 5 topics of discussion to understand what we can expect from the next academic year

In collaboration with: Fondazione Agnelli, J medical, Lions Club Torino Crocetta Duca D’Aosta, Koelliker Hospital of Turin, Sci Club Sestiere

After the long lockdown, in parallel with the re-opening of schools, Wins relaunches the debate over the future of the academic year and how it is possible to face the educational challenges that will arise.

For a week, from 7th to 11th September at 9am, two guests will connect 15 minutes a day with WINS – World International School of Torino and with Enrico Gentina, creative director of TEDxTorino, to discuss education in all its various aspects.

All the appointments can be followed live on Wins Facebook page (www.facebook.com/WORLDINTERNATIONALSCHOOL) and on TEDxTorino Facebook page (www.facebook.com/1.TEDxTorino).

Five are the appointments and the topics of discussion.

We will start on Monday, 7th September with “Learning disability and online learning”, a meeting on learning disabilities. If the real challenge of next academic year will be not to leave anyone behind, one of the first issues to be addressed will be that of pupils with specific learning disabilities, sometimes penalized by distance learning. We will talk about it with the specialists of the Koelliker Hospital of Turin and the specialists of WINS.

There will be present the parents who played an important role during the lockdown: they learned (and re-learned) a lot, they sat at the school desks, but they also played the teachers’ role and got to know their point of view. Now, what is going to await them and how will their approach to school change in the future? Appointment on Tuesday, 8th September with the meeting “Parents’ challenges before and after the lockdown”, with Miguel Angel Belletti and Elasti alias Claudia de Lillo, to deal with these topics together.

The long hours spent by the students in front of the screen made them more confident about technology but at the same time this exposed them to risks they were not always aware of. On Wednesday, 9th September we will talk about “Bullying, cyberbullying and cybersecurity”, with Maria Alessandra Parigi, President of Lions Club Torino Crocetta Duca D’Aosta and the engineer Mr. Renato Albano. Urgent topics to be addressed, now more than ever: they are two sides of the same coin that have taken – and can take – new forms.

Furthermore, a meeting on Thursday, 10th September “Digital Education between accessibility and inclusion“ with Andrea Gavosto, President of the Fondazione Agnelli and Francesco Ronchi, CEO of Synesthesia, during which the topic of the online learning between accessibility and inclusion will be discussed.

And what about the Canteens? And if our children will not be able to play sports as before, what will happen to their health?

On Friday, 11th September there will be a meeting on “Sports and health education” with the Health Director of J medical, Mr. Luca Semperboni and Simona Novara, Communication manager of Sci club Sestriere. With them we will discuss the importance of physical activity and the alternatives that students and teachers will be dealing with during the next academic year.

Note: All meetings are held in Italian

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