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Posted by Gilles Gaury on Friday, January 17, 2020
BECOME CERTIFIED IN FIRST AID AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE!   Register HERE This 8-hour + course conducted in English by Malteser trained instructors will teach participants in acquiring the basic practical skills needed to save lives. The course will be held over two days on:   Wednesday, February 12th 2020, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 Wednesday, February 19th 2020, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 (lights snacks and refreshments are included, no lunch) No medical background or previous First Aid... Read More
Posted by Brendan Agnew on Tuesday, January 7, 2020
On Wednesday 15th January there will be an hour of exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in the Chapel of the Inflant Jesus from 8.15 to 9.15 am. Please think of coming and spending some quite time in the chapel, praying for the theme of the Pope's visit - Protect all Life.
Posted by Nicolas Gregoriades on Saturday, December 7, 2019
The weekend of November 29th and 30th was a truly memorable one for the Saint Maur community. The Fine Arts Department presented its production of "Beauty and the Beast" at three performances to over 600 audience members. This was an immense collaborative effort between the Art, Music and Drama Departments which involved 67 students, 7 teachers and a former teacher as a guest cellist. Featuring a live orchestra of almost 20 students and a huge ensemble cast, this was one of the largest... Read More
Posted by Gabriela H Osada on Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Last May, the Irish Dance Club received an invitation from the Director of the National Catholic Awareness Conference, Japan to perform at the Nicholas Barre Center in Yotsuya, Tokyo during the event, “In Preparation for Pope Francis’s Visit to Japan, Catholic Awareness Conference of Japan – 2019”. Eleven students, from the Elementary and Middle School and six from Ardagh School of Irish Dance had a successful performance on November 2nd. Students arrived early afternoon; with the help of the... Read More
Posted by Brendan Agnew on Sunday, November 17, 2019
We have now filled all the 55 places given to the School for the Papal Mass on November 25th at Tokyo Dome. All students who applied have received letters home with permission slips to return. It is essential that each student has their Saint Maur ID Card with them on the day. If they have misplaced their card they must see Ms Maki in the office as soon as possible. Students will be in full uniform, but the School hoodie may not be worn. They can carry water up to 500ml. There are no lockers,... Read More
Posted by Christina Fürstenau on Friday, November 15, 2019
The Yokohama College Fair has been hosted by Saint Maur every year in November since 2006. Japanese universities which offer four-year undergraduate degree programs, taught in English with September entry, are invited to meet with students, parents, teachers, and counselors from international schools and IB Diploma Program schools in Kanagawa, Shizuoka, and Tokyo. This year 23 universities, ranging from Kyushu to Hokkaido, sent admissions staff and professors to meet with over 150 students from... Read More
Posted on Thursday, November 7, 2019
Show times are 7 pm on Friday, November 29th and 1 pm and 5 pm on Saturday, November 30th. Get your tickets now!
Posted by Christina Fürstenau on Thursday, November 7, 2019
Happy Halloween! The Saint Maur Elementary School students had a blast on Halloween morning, with the Elementary School Student Council hosting spooky games! Every grade was represented by a brave volunteer on stage that had to compete in blindfolded spider searches, sticky ping pong challenges and more! At the end, there was a final cookie challenge and the Student Council awarded each class with money for their class funds.
Posted by Christina Fürstenau on Thursday, November 7, 2019
What a wonderful assembly on November 1st led by the 2S students, showcasing their talents and teaching us why it's important to be lifelong learners. There were a wide range of talents portrayed, such as playing the piano, dancing, magic tricks, basketball moves in addition to videos of students' wall climbing, swimming lessons and much more. The audience was asked what defines a lifelong learner and everyone agreed: enjoying learning skills for life.
Posted by Brendan Agnew on Friday, November 1, 2019
The annual Mass for the dead will take place on Friday 8th November at 3.40 in the Chapel of the Infant Jesus. If you would like the names of any of your oved ones included in our Book of Rememberance please send them to Mr. Brendan Agnew, Head of Religious Studies.