Elisa Rummolino

After earning an M.A. in Archeology and completing a postgraduate course in Cultural Heritage Management, Elisa started working in various capacities in several educational projects.

Elisa has managed educational workshops and tours where children are presented with informal opportunities to learn and grow as individuals through games and knowledge.

In 2012 Elisa played an active role in the PiCA Project “Knowledge in Hospitals”, bringing relief and learning to hospital patients through culture.

She then started her B.A. as primary teacher and began teaching in several primary schools and kindergartens, working with SEN children. Her childlike enthusiasm for “new adventures” is infectious as she is a firm believer – as Aristotle put it – that knowledge begins in wonder.

Elisa has been teaching at St Philip School (preschool first, then primary) since 2019.