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Study tour

The students in the second year of own high school went on a study tour at the beginning of November. The destination was Kagoshima.
Originally, we were going to go to Okinawa, but the destination was hurriedly changed because the number of COVID-19 cases in Okinawa was higher than that in Hiroshima. The students were on the bullet train, hotel room assignments and making travel booklets. Everyone learned many things in various places such as Sakurajima and the Kagoshima city Aquarium.

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Sports festival vol.2

Hi! I’m a member of HR committee.

I did a grade activity the other day. The first year of high school danced Okinawa folk songs and played a long rope competition. In the long rope competition, there was also a class that jumped more than 700 times in a row in 10 minutes. In addition, Okinawa folk songs danced with the aim of making them look more beautiful. After the school year activities, I asked the members of the sports festival executive committee about their impressions. “It was very difficult to prepare because of the measures against infections diseases. I am glad that I was able to finish it safely and happily on the day.” Through this grade activity, the cohesiveness of the class became deeper.

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2021.11.21diaryIntroducing our school

Library topic

We’re library committee. We will introduce three activities.

First, we will resume introducing picture looks for children in November, which was suspended for some time due to the COVID-19 state of emergency. It will be held a square called “KOI PLACE”. Exactly, each library committee member selects one or more picture book and makes a pop to introduce the books and displays beside the picture books. Pops are replaced every month, so please take a book.

Second, we have an online exchange meeting with Seko Gakuin High School in Sizuoka. Prefective the activity began from “Inori no wa project”. We introduces each others school and locals with them.

Finally, ”Library Walk”. This project is a library version of “Inori no wa project”, which aims to create book or digital book that can see the charms and poplar books, and activities an outline of the protect to each school and planning the paper design.

We’re looking forward to your questions.
That’s all, thank you for reading.

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2021.11.20diaryIntroducing our school

Instead of a school sports festival

Hello. I’m a member of a school sports festival committee. Junior high school students had activities in their grades on September 22nd, and high school students on September 24th. It was held in a different way than usual, but I think all students were able to enjoy it. We, the second year of high school, tug of war. Strategy, preparation, practice … I think every class has become more united. I realized once again that it is interesting for everyone to work hard toward one thing.

In addition, we, a school sports festival committee, have been preparing for these two days for about half a year. I couldn’t do it under the name of a school sports festival, but I think I was able to demonstrate what we had prepared so far. Most of the things were difficult, but when it was over, it was a fun and quick time. I am grateful to my friends who have prepared so far together. I hope we can do it in the form of a school sports festival next year.


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Sports festival

This year’s sports festival was divided into separate grades. Last year, the festival could not be held due to Corona virus, so I was happy it was held this year. However, I felt a little lonely because we had few opportunities to work with other grades. Also, we had limited competitions we could do. この記事の続きを読む


CHORUS CLUB in Seishin !

Hi! I’m a member of chorus club! この記事の続きを読む

2021.7.17diaryIntroducing our school

Seishin’s “koteken”

Do you know competitive karuta? It’s that can be enjoyed everyone from children too the elderly as they fight over 50cards. And it’s called “fighting on tatami” because the players need to be both physically and mentally strong. This time, I’d like to introduce you to the Classical Literature Research club, where the members play competitive karuta. The Classical Literature Research club is called “koteken” by the students. They gather to practice karuta three times a week and have a morning practice, too.

To briefly explain the rules, players first remember the position of fifty cards for only fifteen minutes. Then the games starts. As soon as the introductory part of the poem is read by the reciter, the players try to take the card that matches with the poem read by the reciter.

Recently, I’ve been practicing for a national karuta tournament. I need a lot of practice, but I’ll be very happy if I can get the cards quickly.

In the Seishin’s library, you can find a series of manga called “Chihayafuru.” The story is about three children who deepen their bond through competitive karuta. “Chihayafuru” has also been made into a movie.

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2021.7.10diaryIntroducing our school

Our first school festival.

It’s the first school festival for grade 1 and 2.
Our activities are restricted due to the corona virus.
We could have a good time because we cooperated well with the older students.
We are looking forward to the next school festival.



The Teacher Trainees

From June 2nd,the teacher trainees came to school for three weeks. Partly because they were our seniors who graduated from Seishin, I enjoyed talking with them. Music and biology were taught by trainees.

I was particularly impressed with the biology class. It was very easy to understand because she gave me an ecosystem lesson using slides.

On the day the apprentice teacher left, we wrote a message on colored paper and handed it to her in our class. We were happy to have her feel pleased. We were told that some of the things the trainees made when they were students are still here, for example, things they made in club activities. We also want to do our best so that we can leave something for our juniors.   

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Lunch time

I’m always hungry around 10 o’clock, so I can’t wait for lunch time. この記事の続きを読む