Seisen Big Science Day - Big dreams, big projects, big expectations.
Positive Discipline Tool of the Month: Mistakes

Children are incredibly aware of the world around them, and the messages they receive about mistakes- intentional or unintentional- are internalized. If we want our children to be gritty, resilient, risk-takers, we need to be teaching that mistakes are wonderful opportunities to learn. If we want our children to succeed, we need to teach them how to fail.  

Positive Discipline Tool of the Month: Family Meetings

A great way to open up or strengthen the lines of communication within your family is by having weekly family meetings.  Family meetings are an effective tool because all members get to have a voice and the freedom to express themselves.  They also teach important life skills such as respectful communication, problem solving, and responsibility. 

On Wednesday, October 17th, I will be holding my first parent workshop of the year from 7pm-8:30pm in the Drama room. In addition to safeguarding, we will also explore the Positive Discipline approach to family meetings. I hope to see many of you there! 

Welcome Back!

As a school counselor, I view listening as the most essential part of my job. When we feel hurt, angry, confused, or even lost, we’re usually not looking for advice but instead someone to listen and validate our feelings.  This is what I hope to offer every person who comes to my office.

The beginning of a new school year can be both exciting and overwhelming. I want to remind the middle school and high school students that I am here to support and listen to them.



Most of us were raised to be polite and respectful, and saying “thank you” is an essential piece of good manners.  But for how many of us has saying “thank you” become a reflex, something we mindlessly utter to the shop clerk or bus driver?  How many of us actually spend any amount of time really reflecting on our gratitude?


Learning to Love, Loving to Learn

Big Science Day

Welcome to Big Science Day at Seisen International School

The Big Science Day is an annual event where students from Grades 8, 10 and 11 proudly display their unique science projects to fellow students and professional judges, showing their wonder and appreciation for the world around us through their imaginative scientific processes in which they produce their final product. Those with the most outstanding projects will be presented with an award in which they can choose what educational material they want to use their award for. Come and vote for your favorite science fair projects from our students!

Also, don't forget to check out our video from last year's event below and browse the tabs on the left to learn more.


Friday, March 15th



AT 3:00 PM

Opening Address

  Garvey McIntosh is currently the NASA Asia Representative based at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo. In    
  this capacity he is responsible for the coordination of NASA programs and interests in Japan and
  other countries in the Asia Pacific Region. He also works with regional aerospace officials on key
  programs and serves as point of contact for NASA related meetings and travel.

  Since joining NASA in the Office of International and Interagency Relations (OIIR) in 2003, Garvey
  has accumulated a broad range of experience.  While in OIIR, he has negotiated and completed  
  agreements with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and NASA’s other international
 partners on the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, high-energy physics and astronomy.

His presentation will be titled "What does it take to make it to NASA?"

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Big Science Day 2018

Past Years

Special Guest

We are proud to have the Professor Elizabeth Tasker as our guest speaker.
Learn more about our guest.


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Grade 8 Combined Science

Our Middle School students in Grades 7 and 8 take a combined science approach to their learning. The Big Science Day project is an opportunity for them to explore a unique project in a field of their choice; individually or with a partner .

Grade 10 IGCSE Science

Grade 10 students are finishing off the second year of their IGCSE Coordinated Science Course and also participate in Big Science Day with a culminating project of their choice. The project is an excellent opportunity for students to practice their scientific thinking skills and further prepare them for the IB Diploma.

Grade 11 IB Diploma Programme

Students in Grade 11 participate in Big Science Day through their IB Group 4 Science Project, a collaborative project that provides students an opportunity to embark on an investigation across the different IB Science disciplines (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Environmental Systems and Societies).


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