Greenwood Garden School | The Preschool (2-6 years) in North of Rome
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Now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year!




Early Learning





Book your private tour now

You will have the chance to visit the school at your leisure welcomed personally by the Head of School.


Last available places

In these uncertain times generated by the Covid-19 pandemic, GGS offers small enrollment, spacious classrooms and expansive outdoor areas. Don’t miss out on securing the last few available spots.


… Special Offers!

Look into the many deals and offers for enrolling now.

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.

Benjamin Franklin

Children learn at their own rate

The Greenwood Garden School program bases its philosophy on the concept that each child is special, with individual and unique needs.  Children learn at their own rate of development, through exploration and discovery in an integrated, multi-aged and multi-cultural environment.  Children learn best by doing, with an emphasis on the process rather than the product.

Children learn through play

We believe that the Early Childhood experience is a very important foundation for all children’s future learning attitudes. Children learn through play.  What may look like “play” is actually a child’s “work”.  Through directed play and learning centers children recreate experiences that help them understand the world.  When you look in the classroom and see the children building with blocks, dressing up, modeling with clay, interacting with technology and many other play activities, learning is taking place.

7 areas of learning

We teach to the seven areas of learning identified by the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Statutory Framework:  personal, social and emotional development; communication and language; physical development; literacy; mathematics; understanding the world (science); and expressive arts and design.

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