Mr. Kageyama Hide, founder of the Kageyama method, will share the way to educate children to develop beyond the usual patterns in the talk held on September 16th at Japanese International School (JIS).
“Global Perspectives” subject in the International Cambridge Programme is designed with various topics about life, science, culture, and art. In today’s lesson, the topic given is “transport”. Ms. Nina opens the lesson with very simple induction questions such as: What is transport? How are things transported? What can be transported? – Why are things (goods and […]
On Tuesday (July 24th), JIS organized a field trip to the school’s farm for Year 3 and 4 in CIP with plans to organize more similar trips for the whole school after that. The aims of the trip are to: let students see the origin of the fresh food they have been eating every day […]
On Thursday, July 19th, JIS Chairman of the School Board welcomed delegates from Ryutsu-kagaku University (UMDS) led by Mr. Yokogawa Toru – a member of the School Board arriving from Kobe city in the South of Japan. There are aroung 3600 students in UMDS, 500 of which are foreign students from many countries like China, […]
Today, Monday, our students start an exciting new curriculum, but no one feels confused, they are all earnest and move around quickly during lunchtime. The children line up orderly, without jostling or pushing each other, make room for their friends around in all activities, from washing their hands, taking food back to their seats to […]
Dear Parents, After we opened enrollment for the next school year of 2018-2019, JIS has received a great deal of attention from Parents, with the number of children registered for grade 1 and grade 6 of Cambridge International Programme (CIP) reaching the quota. In order to ensure teaching quality, JIS decides to close the enrollment […]
For small children under 6 years old, games play an important part in their life. Through games, they develop in every aspect: awareness, emotion, intelligence, behavior, attention, communication and social relationships. At JIS, kindergarten is the age for playing, not studying. To prepare for the “Seller-Buyer” game, Teachers took the children to the stores […]
“The Garden” on the 4th floor of JIS, supplying clean and safe food to the students.
On June 5th, 2018, grade 6 at JIS guided by Teacher Miyagi of Household Art department was held an interesting lesson learning how to cook Miso soup in Japanese style. Instead of sitting still in class and learning all theory, students are exposed to new teaching methods. Class was divided into small groups. Their first […]
Dear Parents, After we opened enrollment for the next school year of 2018-2019, JIS has received a great deal of attention from Parents, with the number of children registered for grade 1 of Cambridge International Programme (CIP) reaching the quota. In order to ensure teaching quality, JIS decides to close the enrollment period for Grade […]
The traditional Japanese cuisine is among various intangible cultural heritages recognised by UNESCO. Nonetheless, not everyone knows certain rules while enjoying unique dishes coming from the land of the rising sun. As a student at Japanese International School, the children need this knowledge more than anyone. Besides the practice of table manners in Western style, […]
Water puppetry is a traditional folk performing art that originated from wet rice civilization. From a folk art, water puppetry has become a traditional art, a special creation of the Vietnamese. In order to help children gain more knowledge and understanding about this type of folk art, last week, JIS took the 4 years old […]