JAPANESE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL DISCIPLINE FROM THE FIRST DAY TO SCHOOL
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 cleaning up their own food.
To learn how to “serve” their own food under the instruction and supervision of the Homeroom teachers is not only a first-hand experience but also a chance to nurture their respectful attitude, cooperation ability and concerns for others.
In this regard, it is easy to see in schools, dormitories, cafeterias, or even crowded stadiums – examples that have been praised by the press in the past few days – when they clean things up after using them, are the best model of dedication and self-discipline, the cooperation and respectful attitude of the Japanese.
We hope that you, as parents, continue to support and take care of your child more, let they have the chance to practice to do things on their own at home, even from the smallest task.