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Show support and solidarity to TELL in order to help support all the services they provide to the international and Japanese community in Japan.
What are the cornerstones of Catholic education? This blog draws upon Catholic school teaching pertaining to the role of a Catholic school. It provides a brief explanation of the expectation of service such schools must provide to their local communities. It reaffirms the centrality of parents/guardians as the primary educators of their children.
Six Seisen Alumni joined Ms. Mine to record music for a hit Japanese movie.
What exactly is intercultural competency? How does it differ from global mindedness? How can we, as international educators, use IC to enable meaningful and inclusive education in our classrooms?
This blog conders why and how Catholic schools are called to embrace global mindedness and intercultural competencies.
This post seeks to unpack and explore what is meant by de-colonising the curriclium within an international school setting.
This blog explores what constitutes a recognised international education and where it may diverge from national-based curricula.
Kindergarten students love the new state of the art play structure.
Being accredited by CIS/NEASC shows that SIS is committed to providing a high quality international education.
Ms. Brittany had a chance to reflect on her time playing basketball in university and the WNBA.
Students and parents are highly encouraged to attend online university information sessions.
Sister Manuela passed away this week in Spain at the age of 92.
Seisen International School has come a long way, thanks in great measure to the boundless energy and commitment of Sister Asuncion.
Three Grade 12 students continue work with Education Sponsorship Asia.
Students and teachers love the library and are even more excited to spend time there.