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 Cassandra Kitani on Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Our Montessori Field Trips are locked in for next year, 2018-2019. Please take note of the dates and let our teachers know if you would be able to help supervise. Happy Summer!
November 7th - Mikan picking Miss. Mimi's class
November 8th - Mikan picking Miss. Sallie's class
November 9th - Mikan picking Miss. Catherine's class
In the case of rain 14th, 15th, 16th
January 18th Daily 5 (5year old) Shinagawa Aquarium
January 18th 3 and 4 year old Teddy Bear's Picnic
February 1st Hamagin... Read More
Posted by Yannick D Crespy on Monday, May 28, 2018
On Monday 21 May, 30 brave Seniors and 2 scared teachers embarked upon the adventure of a lifetime called: the Senior Trip.
On the menu of the three days: rafting, canyoning, hiking, singing, stargazing, a bonfire and a good deal of relaxing by the river. It was interesting to see everyone way out of their comfort zones, bobbing up and down the river, on or off a raft! We are well used to taking risks academically, artistically or in the arena of sports, but that was something quite different... Read More
Posted by Renata Jaroscakova on Friday, May 25, 2018
The PSG had a very successful 2017-2018 school year thanks to our incredible community. This video highlights many of our activities and accomplishments. We are very proud to be a part of this dynamic and talented group of individuals! We hope you enjoy the video and are encouraged to join us next year!
Posted by Yannick D Crespy on Friday, May 25, 2018
On Friday 18 May, Saint Maur's glitterati gathered at Iseyama Hills's Grand Venezia ballroom, in Yokohama, for the annual Junior and Senior Prom.
This was the Seniors' first celebratory event in the run-up to their graduation on Saturday 2 May. The mood was decidedly festive as the Prom Committee members were busy putting the final touches to the ballroom and cheerful guests were arriving in their regal suits, gowns and dresses. The students were in good company as Mrs Yamada was their guest... Read More
In 1998, Ben Lecomte swam across the Atlantic Ocean in support of cancer research as a tribute to his father. Despite being followed by a shark for five days, being stung by jellyfish, and being completely exhausted, Ben successfully completed the swim in 73 days.
This time, The Longest Swim will be the 1st attempt to swim across the Pacific Ocean. After his daily 8-hour swim, Ben will jump onboard the support sailing yacht “Discoverer” to eat, rest and spend time with the crew. The crew will... Read More
Thanks to an ongoing effort to communicate about its many activities, the Science Department has been generating more and more interest from fellow scientists in Japan and abroad. We were recently contacted by Dr Tucker Gilman, a biologist at the University of Manchester, who kindly offered us to present his work to our students. Dr Gilman and one of his graduate students, Ms Rebecca Lewis, came to our school on Friday 18th of May and gave our Grade 11 IB Biologists a 1-hour presentation of... Read More
Each year in semester 2, the grade six and seven students work in pairs or groups of up to four to design and carry out an investigation of their choice in order to practice and build upon their scientific skills. This year’s cohort presented the results of their investigations to the community, including students from Yokohama Science Frontier High School, on Friday, May 11th. While the students have an opportunity to earn a prize or the quality of their research, the purpose of this... Read More
Posted by Catherine O. Endo - School Head on Friday, May 18, 2018
Dear Parents and Friends of Saint Maur,
Thank-you again for all the hard work you have put into the Food Fair on April 29, and into any preparation leading up to the day. The total income from the event was: 5,267,056 yen without including any monetary donations received. The general expenses amounted to 1,862,298 yen. The grand profit amounted to 3,404,758 yen. All proceeds will go toward the purchasing of equipment for the Cougar Café, Activity, and Sports Center. Apart from being a big... Read More
Effective communication, active listening and beyond
TELL Therapist Jono LEE (MSW, LICSW, LMHC) presents a workshop on communication including active listening skills.
This will be an interactive presentation including role play and discussion.
FREE to join !
Don't miss it, at the YC&AC on Saturday 26th May 2018 from 16:00 to 18:00.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2023643761183918/
Registration at: https://goo.gl/1JJCYE
Posted by Catherine O. Endo, School Head on Monday, May 7, 2018
As we are not offering any summer school on our school campus this year due to construction work, we are providing information about summer schools at other institutions for you to consider. One of them is the program offered by Little Brown Summer School, run by one of our parents, Mrs. Monica Kim. Please find information about it in the attachments. As you see, a number of our own faculty are their summer school teachers. Hard copies of the Little Brown Summer School flyers,... Read More