Unit of Inquiry: How we organise ourselves
The students studied about different types of government in our unit How We Organise Ourselves.
In this unit, the Grade 6 students learned about different governments. We were lucky enough to go to the Japanese Diet and have a special session with Councillor Makiyama, a representative of the Upper House for Kanagawa. As we learned about governments, we studied the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We took action by having the Grade 6 booth at the Festival of Nations become a learning center and art booth of the UNSDGs. Our creative art pieces were then presented to the whole student body on United Nations Day.
Grade Six Graduation
Inquiry into SPACE
Grade 5 & 6 share their writing.
Grades 5&6 Share Writing
Pre-assessment on Space Unit
As grade six students begin their final unit, looking into how earth's position in the solar system supports life, they map out the planets in our solar system having calculated the relative distances between them.
Grade Six students express their gratitude for the help and support provided by mentors throughout the Exhibition process.
Grade Six students evaluate their action plans for Exhibition 2018.
The very act of pausing and reflecting opens up possibilities in Math.
Music by Massenet, Beethoven, Kreisler, and Honstein filled the Music Room this week.
We appreciate the time parents took on Wednesday to come to Seisen.
Team building and "getting started" with Exhibition
Grade Six students listen to teacher's passions/issues as they prepare to decide on Exhibition topics.
"If I look confused it is because I am thinking."