Positive Discipline Course Registration now open
Seisen International School is delighted to once again be hosting Positive Discipline certification workshops. Positive Disciplin
Registration is now open for Positive Discipline in the Classroom course for teachers and school staff. You can register at www.seisen.com/events/posit
Rooted in the theories of Alfred Adeler and Rudolf Dreikurs, and developed by Dr. Jane Nelsen and Lynn Lott, Positive Discipline in the Classroom is a research-based classroom
This 2-day certification workshop is for teachers, counselors and administrators who strive to cultivate a respectful, compassionate, and safe learning environment for all.
Early bird registrants will enjoy a 5.000JPY discount on the workshop. Please see www.seisen.com/events/posi
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Cristina at email@example.com.
Our singers at Seisen had a fantastic weekend at the Kanto Plains Association of Secondary Schools (KPASS) Vocal Solo and Ensemble Competition.
Seisen performers once again took part in the Refugees International Japan Charity Concert at St. Mary's.
Tokyo Metropolitan Engei High School in an agricultural high school that sits on the grounds of what used to be Totoro Castle. You can visit this weekend.
Seisen International School received a mention about STEM and STEAM education in this recent article from ReLocate Global Magazine.
A new book with great relevance to Seisen looks at both girls education and international education.
The recent issue of Metropolis Magazine takes a walk near the Seisen neighbourhood to visit the Todoroki Valley.
Tickets on sale now for the 2019 St. Mary's and Seisen Fall Play.
See any of the cast and crew or the Main Office for tickets.
Reflecting on the totality of the findings, the researchers noted, “these statistically significant results demonstrate differences in areas of critical importance in the twenty-first century for women as they enter university and beyond, thus emphasizing the contribution of all-girls schooling for women’s success.”