The theme of this year’s school festival was N!, which has a mathematical meaning.
So, this year’s motif was an elephant, the symbol of India.
Our Art Club members made this big mascot.
Students’ fathers helped the “yakisoba (fried noodle)” and “takoyaki (fried ball)” corners.
These corners are named “Dads and daughters takoyaki and yakisoba”.
Some of the students performed dances, plays, and musicals, on the stage.
These were ringtoss and lotterly, too.
The games were very popular among Seishin students as well as the visitors.
We also held “Seishin Tour” which is a kind of school tour which introduces our school to elementary school students.
We exchanged a lot with them.
Look at the next picture.
She’s giving an answer to elementary school students and their mothers for some questions about our school.
It was a hard job, but also really nice work worth doing.
Today, all the students cleaned up our school.
We’ll have a compensatory day off tomorrow.
Please look forward to our blog being updated.