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

Sakura Medal ES

HOW DOES THE PROGRAM WORK?

Students are provided with a list of eligible books from the Sakura medal website where they can read about the books and leave their comments. A record of the number of books each student has read will be kept in the library.

In April the student is invited to vote for their favourite book. A student in awarded one vote for every five books they read in a category (four for MS books).
The votes of all the students in all participating schools are tallied and the book that gets the most votes in its category wins the Sakura medal. The Sakura medal is sent to the winning author. In May students who met the criteria celebrate the Sakura books with a party.

HOW DO I PARTICIPATE?

Students check out one of the Sakura library books from the library. As they check out the book they will also be given a corresponding Sakura Medal bookmark for the book's category.

Students should take the book home, read it and have the bookmark signed by a parent and return the book and the bookmark to the library.

The librarians will keep track of each students reading.

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