Established in 1872, as innovators of international education in Japan, the school continues to meet the needs of children (co-educational, 2½ years to Grade 12) from the multi-cultural, multi-faith international community.
Posted by Kim Littani on Wednesday, February 14, 2018
This month the Visual Arts department is participating in two different exhibitions: the Youth Gallery Exhibition within walking distance from school and Artscape 2018 in Azabu. The Youth Gallery Exhibition is a collaboration between the old Western-style houses in Yamate and the different schools in the area. Artscape is an annual exhibition featuring work from the different schools in the Kanto Plain Association of Schools. Both exhibitions will feature work from Middle and High School... Read More
Posted by Yong-Lang Kwan on Friday, December 1, 2017
Come join us for an evening of reconnecting and reminiscing with friends from Saint Maur, meeting and extending your circle of friends from international schools.
Date: Saturday, January 6, 2018
To register please use this link
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Dear parents, teachers, students and staff,
We hope everyone had a good rest after a very successful Christmas Bazaar! Thank you very much for all of your hard work, support and participation. We didn’t know what to expect with the new layout but because of our wonderful Saint Maur community, it exceeded our expectations. We will be sharing the results once everything has been properly accounted for so stay tuned! In the meantime, we thank you again and again!
Renata and Jeannie
Please... Read More
Posted by Gabriela Osada on Friday, November 17, 2017
Last November 4th, 2017, our Grade 6 students, Rin and Lea competed in the Mainland European and Asian Irish Dancing Championships 2017 in Gdynia, Poland. This event hosted the best dancers from Europe and Asia and we are proud that two of our students represented Japan. Rin placed 4th in the Under 11 Girls group and Lea, 8th in the Under 12 Girls group.
But what is Irish dancing? This dance, originated in Ireland, is known to be a distinctive and very artistic form of dance, requiring... Read More
Posted by Gilles Gaury on Thursday, November 16, 2017
November is both Child Abuse Prevention and Domestic Violence Awareness month. With the support from TELL (Tokyo English Life Line), we will be showing a documentary movie (60 minutes) on Friday 8th December 2017 from 17:30 to 18:30 at the Saint Maur International School Auditorium.
You can read a synopsis on the BBC and a review of the film HERE.
Please join us on Friday 8th December 2017 from 17:30 !
If possible, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
A short Q&A session will follow from... Read More
Posted by Lynn Stevenson Hatayama on Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Apprehensions were almost as unusually high as the 29-degree temperatures of the sparkling October day on the Saint Maur team, as the day of the annual Brain Bowl competition dawned.
It was quite an unusual Brain Bowl overall, in many other aspects: It was at CAJ, this year, not Yokota (as had been last year), and last year’s 300-point whirlwind captain (Yuki Kawamura) had graduated last June, leaving us with considerable uncertainty in this year’s competition. Of course there was Eugene, the... Read More
Posted by Gilles Gaury on Tuesday, October 31, 2017
(8 hours + of instruction over 3 days in November)
Sign-up at HERE
Learn to identify an emergency
Learn and practice the Rautek maneuver
Learn to use an AED
Learn and practice CPR
Learn and practice the recovery position
Learn and practice the compression points
And much more !
Courses take place on Thursday 09th, 16th and 23rd November 2017 from 09:00 to 12:00 at the Lower Rec Hall.
Fee: 3,000 yen per participant.
Thank you to THE BLUFF CLINIC for its generosity in sponsoring this... Read More
Posted by A Revisited History on Wednesday, September 6, 2017
ABOUT THIS LECTURE
Despite the fact that the book is written in French, Pierre Sevaistre will guide you in English through the complex relations that Japan had with other nations through his extensive research of Japanese sources and research studies. On one hand, the author will analyze how the often violent contacts with the West forced Japan to evolve in directions that were not initially imagined or chosen, and on the other hand, he will explain how all these events allow us to shed light... Read More