Life Drawing Master Class

Seisen International School had the pleasure to host a Life Drawing Master Class last Saturday afternoon. Fourteen students from various International Schools in Tokyo had the opportunity to refine their drawing skills working with DILARY SANCHEZ, professional dancer working and living in Mexico city. Dilary modelled for well known artists such as Pedro Diego Alvarado, son of Diego Rivera. The workshop was given by Amelie Lamy, art teacher at Seisen International School.



SEISEN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Learning to Love, Loving to Learn

a caring learning environment

Our students come from many different countries and cultural traditions. Development of international mindedness and respect for the diversity of cultural and religious differences is central to life at Seisen. We offer a relevant, engaging and challenging curriculum in a friendly family environment.

At Seisen International School our aim is to provide our students with the academic and social skills they will need to become responsible and compassionate citizens of the world. Through the PYP programme we provide an inquiry-base learning environment for our diverse student body. Our programme is academically challenging whilst also meeting the needs of individual students.

IB Primary Years Programme

In December 2007 Seisen International School was recognized by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) as an authorized school to teach the highly regarded Primary Years Programme (PYP). The Primary Years Programme (PYP) is a curriculum framework for international education. The programme focuses on the holistic development of the child addressing the physical, social, emotional, cultural and academic well being of each student and reflects our strong belief that education must address the development of the whole child.

The PYP is a transdisciplinary curriculum model where teaching and learning is organized around six transdisciplinary themes which:

    • have global significance for all students in all cultures
    • offer students the opportunity to explore the commonalities of human experience
    • incorporate knowledge, concepts and skills from the traditional subject areas
    • offer learners genuine opportunities to connect to the world around them
    • provide engaging, relevant, challenging and significant learning opportunities

    Learn more about the Seisen Programme of Inquiry

    Seisen International School - Dr. Sandra Mulligan
    Dr. Sandra Mulligan, Principal

    Seisen International School - PYP - Michael Hughes
    Mr. Michael Hughes
    PYP Coordinator

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