Cambridge program (IGCSE)

6-11 yrs. old

max 25 children per class
11 hours of English per week
lHrs.: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:40 p.m.

Intercultural program

6-11 yrs. old

max 25 children per class
15 hours of English per week
lHrs.: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:40 p.m.

A personalized, socio-affective path to teach “Learning to learn”

An educational offering built around a path of discovery and awareness of individual attitudes and points of strength and the development of language skills, starting with basic reading and writing and aimed at stimulating creativity and independent judgment.
The fundamental values remain those of inclusion, social responsibility and awareness of diversity

Learning goals


Self-esteem and collaborative teamwork


Learning skills and capacity to analyze in depth


Critical analysis of reality


Self-respect and respect for others, the environment and society in general

The teaching areas

Through consolidated and innovative teaching tools (also digital), children learn to build personal autonomy and relational skills.

Three personalized learning areas:

  • Linguistic /artistic/expressive area, including Italian, EU languages, music, art and images, body/movement/sport
  • History-geography area
  • Mathematics /science/technology area (STEM)

The consolidated educational tradition of Italian schools and the intercultural dimension

The Collegio San Carlo Primary School adheres to the cultural axes indicated in the official Italian scholastic curriculum.The diverse countries of origin of the English speaking teachers and the enrichment and variety of the various approaches and teaching methods create a unique environment in the panorama of Milanese schools.

Un orario adatto alle esigenze di tutte le famiglie

8:10 – 8:30 a.m. Arrival in class and first lessons

12.30 – 1:40 p.m. Lunch and break

1:40 – 3:40 p.m. School activities and dismissal




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A unique learning path that grows over time

Already in the Preschool, but especially in the Primary School, the educational model is one of “vertical continuity”.

The accumulated knowledge and the acquisition of new skills are re-presented in greater depth, gradually achieving the ultimate goal of preparation for the coursework of the Middle School.


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STEM projects

The STEM methodology is applied transversally, from Preschool to High School, in order to ensure a forward-looking learning approach, in which problem solving and critical thinking are developed in moments dedicated to an integrated approach to knowledge acquisition. Students learn to observe and interact directly with the material, through experimentation and “hands on” activities, in class and in the labs.

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Deputy Dean

A literature teacher in the Middle School from 1978 to 1992, in 1984 he also becomes ianterim function. From 1992 to 2017 Scholastic Director at the Comprehensive School “ Scuole Parrocchiali di San Biagio “ – Monza. Since 2018 he has been Deputy Dean at Collegio San Carlo

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