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.

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Students’ fathers helped the “yakisoba (fried noodle)” and “takoyaki (fried ball)” corners.
These corners are named “Dads and daughters takoyaki and yakisoba”.

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Some of the students performed dances, plays, and musicals, on the stage.

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These were ringtoss and lotterly, too.
The games were very popular among Seishin students as well as the visitors.

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We also held “Seishin Tour” which is a kind of school tour which introduces our school to elementary school students.

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We exchanged a lot with them.

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Look at the next picture.

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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.

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Today, all the students cleaned up our school.

We’ll have a compensatory day off tomorrow.

Please look forward to our blog being updated.

2015.5.22diary

School Festival Part II

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We’re going to hold the school festival tomorrow and the day after tomorrow.

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Today, we’re very busy preparing for tomorrow.

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The members of the School Festival Committee performed a play for us about rules of hospitality for the school festival.

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At the end of performance, the members tried to break a “kusudama”, but an unexpected incident happend !

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The whole “kusudama” fell from the bar, while only the contents were supposed to fall.
In such a situation, our opening ceremony finished!

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It was funny!
We are looking forward to tomorrow.

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2015.5.21diary

Our Pencil Cases Part III

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We discovered new unique stationery.

This is My Melody, which is a Sanrio character.
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What is he looking at?
His big eyes are very cute.
Of course, this is also a pencil case.
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What a big zipper this one has!
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In Hiroshima, there is a professional baseball team, “Hiroshima Toyo Carp”.
Hiroki Kuroda returned from America to Hiroshima this year.
This pencil case’s motif is the team’s mascot.
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Don’t move! Look!
Here’s a shark!
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You need not worry about it.
It’s just a pencil case.
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How unique these key rings are!
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The one on the right is a small Rubik’s Cube and the one on the left is a meal.

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All of these are magnets.
They look like the real things, don’t they?

Please look forward to our blog being updated.

2015.5.18diary

The Library Committee

Let me introduce the Library Committee.
Our committee consists of 16 members.
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The Library of our school consists of two rooms.
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There are about 50 thousand books in total.

We keep track of the books using bar codes.
The students of the committee sometimes take turns lending the books.
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Now popular writers are, for example, Haruki Murakami, Shinichi Hoshi and Hiro Arikawa.

We report such information as Library News.
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We hope many students will read a lot of books.
We will do our best in the future to convey the good points of books in cooperation.

Please look forward to our blog being updated.

 

 

Our school festival will be held on May 23 and 24.
We began the countdown.
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We’re busy preparing.
But, we have midterm exams until today.

We finished working the posters and the pamphlets.
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This year’s theme is “N!”
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Please come to our school and find out what it means.
We’re preparing many programs.
For example, a bazaar, tea shops, displays and so on.

We’re looking forward to seeing you.

Please look forward to our blog being updated.

2015.5.14diary

A Holiday of St. Julie

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We held a mass on May 8th to celebrate the Feast of St. Julie.
She is a founder of our school.
The second year students in our senior high school went to the Kannonmachi Catholic Church.
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We celebrated that St. Julie was recognized as a saint.
In this mass, we used sign language to chant the chant the Lord’s Prayer.
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We did volunteer work after a mass.
We weeded playground of the kindergarten, cleaned Nishi-Hiroshima Station and cleaned our school.
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Today we introduce comments of our new student council vice presidents.

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Hello! I am a vice president of the council in our school, Rana Nishimoto. I want to improve the manners of students. For example, I would like them to be considerate to other people and follow the traffic rules on their way home. My hope is that our school will be loved by people in the neighborhood if we improve the manners. In addition, as I am ignorant of international matters, which the president of the Student Council is trying to work hard on, I would like to learn about them to support her.

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Hello! My name is Tomoe Tsuchihashi. I’m a ice president and a first year student in senior high school. As I will carry on the good tradition which our senior students have built, I would like to make Seishin an even better school. I’ll do my best so that everyone can lead their school lives to the fullest. We would like to ask for your support in our activities.

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2015.5.7diary

Excursion Part II

We, the first-year senior high school students, went to AQUAS.
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AQUAS is an aquarium in Shimane prefecture.

Four students and a teacher from the Philippines also went there with us.

We saw penguins, white dolphins, sea lions, fish and so on.
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Bubble rings made by a white dolphin were fantastic!!
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Also we could touch starfish.
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After we saw them, we played in a park near AQUAS.
We enjoyed playing on a long slide, playing tag, dodge ball, and blowing bubbles.
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We had a good time at AQUAS.

Please look forward to our blog being updated.

2015.5.4diary

Excursion Part I

The second year students in our senior high school went on an excursion to Bihoku Hillside Park in the north part of Hiroshima Prefecture on April 28th.

It took us 90 minutes to get to the park.
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We divided into groups of five or six and enjoyed free time.

We could rent a bicycle and go places, such as flower gardens, athletics space and the big grass space.
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We also had lunch and shared snacks with friends.
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Each class had its own activity.
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We enjoyed it!

It was a very wonderful time, because we could enjoy it with friends.
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Please look forward to our blog being updated.

Julia is a student from Germany, who is studying at our school until January.
She introduced herself in front of all the students of the school.
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She’s in the middle of this picture.
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The school uniform suits her well.
She takes classes in Japanese.
She speaks Japanese very well!

She does cleaning with her classmates.
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Next writing is her comment.

Hajimemashite! My name is Julia Neubert and I’ve been living in Hiroshima for one month now. This week is my third week at school and I’ve already had lots of fun here! My classmates and the teachers are very kind, so it’s nice studying together with them! They help me a lot, because many things here are very different to my old school in Germany and I don’t understand everything, as I still have lacking Japanese skills! I enjoy going to the cooking club, kendo club and hiking club a lot. I’m looking forward to making many friends and having great experiences at Seishin this year! Thank you for welcoming me so warmly at Seishin High school, Julia

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