Within our international multi-faith community lies our greatest strength, but also our greatest challenge as to how we let every voice feel heard and included.
It is an ongoing process of self-reflection and change which you can see Seisen has been doing. We have become more representative of the community we serve in our approaches to teaching and learning and service.
Excerpt from CIS/NEASC Accreditation Preparatory Report (November 2020)
A HUGE thank you to the parent community for further enriching learning with personal experiences of traditions and celebrations within their families.
How do communities prepare and respond to natural systems?
How are body systems connected?
What is access to medical advances & care contributing to health like around the world?
What are the forces and motions in simple machines?
What makes an invention successful?
Which inventions do you think have had more of an impact on our world and why?
How have different movements throughout history led to the creation of inventions?
How do traditions within celebrations connect people locally and globally?
Light & Sound: How can we apply our understanding of the properties of light & sound to create mood and effects in a performance?
Communication: Why do people make speeches?
Communities: What services, systems, people, places and things help support the community to meet the needs of people?
We asked teachers the following questions:
Why is creativity valuable as a life-long habit?
Why is (physical) activity valuable as a life-long habit?
Why is service valuable as a life-long habit?