Historically, it was one of the Vesuvian areas built up under the Bourbons in the 18th century . The area was heavily bombed in World War II.
The 48th "Mother Claudia Russo" of Naples, includes the kindergarten and Primary School.
The school is located in Barra.
The audience of our school is very heterogeneous in terms of economic, social and cultural development. The 48th is located in a complex of about twelve thousand square meters and has the following buildings:
Rodari + Don Milani + Rousseau (primary school)
Kindergarten ( from 3 to 5)
8,00 - 16,00 (with lunch)
All classes run five days for week from Monday to Friday. Saturday closed.
At the moment, Kindergarten has 152 pupils divided into 8 classes
Primary school ( from 6 to 10)
It is organized, starting from this year, with:
· two full-time forms for 40 hours (IA , IB)
· twenty forms ( 1st , 2nd, 3rd classes) for 29 hours.
· six forms for 30 hours (4th classes)
· eight forms for31 hours (5th classes)
The teaching activities are carried out five days a week from Monday to Friday starting at 8:00, with the refectory and school extension of the lessons until 15:00 two days a week for each class. On the other days, the classes finish at 13:00.
classroom 2.0 an usual classroom music lab
Library Kindergarten classroom Science Lab
Our project work
Our piece of Puzzle, TITLE: HAPPINESS, made by a 7 yrs girl
ADVENT CALENDAR ( KINDERGARTEN)
ADVENT CALENDAR (PRIMARY SCHOOL: 6 yrs)
ADVENT CALENDAR (PRIMARY SCHOOL: 7 yrs)
Kids are showing the pictures made by their "Scottish friends"
Kids working for the Exhibition in Vienna
Comenius Home in our School with all the presents arrived from the partners
Performance "Tradition in Math" for parents just to make them known about our project
Train of friendship ( Neapolitan wagons)
The TANGRAM...7 yrs kids
Italian GARDENS...Tutorial "Make your italian garden in your school"
Music VIDEO - Kindergarten
NEWSPAPER...All partners involved their students, from kindergarten to primary school, in research and in the writing of those traditions then close them and more heartfelt. Everything has been revisited in mathematics and geometrically.