The role of the PTA is to serve as a vehicle of
Classroom teachers and the parents
The school and the parents, as needed
The classroom teacher may ask the PTA to help coordinate or contribute to social/special events,
classroom outings or activities.
The PTA may ask and
coordinate other parents to support and assist as needed if he/she is unable
to be present.
The classroom teacher may ask the PTA to communicate and reinforce important information in
addition to written letters, emails or formal parent meetings.
The PTA may make
recommendations or suggestions about parents who can contribute to the
children’s learning by hosting field trips, chaperoning trips, visiting
museums, conducting an experiment in class or reading a children’s story.
Individual issues arising for a particular
student should be raised by the parent with the teacher in the first
instance and the Principal thereafter.
Questions relating to the school building and
playground (e.g. hygiene, security, heating, lunches) or non-academic
activities of the students (e.g. supervision at playtime) should be
referred by the parent or the class rep to the Principal.
The main goal of this position is to promote positive and constructive
collaboration in school without interfering with the individual parent's relationship with the school.
The PTA members for the year 2017/2018 are :
Mrs. Isabelle Scherer and Mrs. Roberta Bazzana-Marcoli - Kindergarten
Mrs. Lien Simcic and Mrs. Chiara Vanossi - Transition
Mrs. Silvia Bonadonna and Mrs. Aldegonda Maria Hey-Roetman - Grade 1
Mrs. Francesca Vajani-Magnaghi and Mrs. Monica Tabet - Grade 2
Mrs. Beatrice Boffelli-Signori and Mrs. Alda Pofferi - Grade 3
«Shaping our future together». The school goal is the inspiration that drives teaching and learning and motivates all members of our school community to strive for success in everything they do. Our aim is to provide expatriate and local families with an international education that is broad, balanced and challenging. We inspire our children to reach their full potential by fostering curiosity and an interest in learning, awakening their minds and illuminating their world.