2019年03月19日

Graduation Day

Welcome to an insight into K5’s Graduation Day.

Last Friday, NWIS reluctantly but fondly bid farewell to our wonderful 2019 K5 class graduates with a touching graduation ceremony.
The stage was honourably set with gold balloons spelling ‘CONGRATS’ draped across the wall in front of black curtains.

Backstage, our graduates were excitedly getting ready, and helping each other dress up in their graduation gowns.
With all teachers, students, friends and family present, the graduates walked in and took their place in line as their name was announced.

After the applause, the graduate’s K5 Head teacher, Tom came forward to share his speech.
Despite being a big bear, even he would become a blubbering baby before he finished his speech! School principal, Rika shared her thoughts and hopes for our graduate’s future. Her speech delivered flowing rivers of tears.

Our graduates came forward one by one to share with everyone their favourite memories in kindergarten and their hopes and dreams before accepting their diploma.
The memory of Kidzania proved to strengthen many friendships and future dreams included to be a shopkeepers as to sell tissues and cheese.

Our current and continuing students then sang a farewell song to our graduates, no doubt feeling the loss of their older friends in the next school year.
Our graduates then sang a song they chose to perform for the attendees and gave it their all – singing with real emotion, connecting to the words they sang.

Presents were presented to our graduates, school albums, DVDS, tote bags, flowers and a published book of the graduate’s creative story assignment!
The graduates could not help but cheer with excitement, awaiting the moment they could truly enjoy their new treasures.

The graduate’s parents came forward to share their wonderful written speeches, many making the effort to speak in English.
Once more, tears flowed as their thanks and appreciation to their children and school spoke volumes of their feelings.

Our graduates rose one last time to sing a farewell to Kindergarten, once more feeling their moment in kindergarten was truly coming to an end. Soon after their hats flew into the air with a cheer!
Their journey to first grade had taken its first step… well after a lunch party was had, where staff, graduates and family sat together and enjoyed laughs and happiness as they witnessed video message surprises from old friends and teachers, and relieved memories with photographs from their school past.

Congratulations again graduates!!!
We will miss you very much.
Please come and say hello at any time!!!

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2019年03月04日

Kidzania

Welcome to an insight of the day at Kidzania!

Last Wednesday, all of Kindergarten experienced the joy of waking up early for work.
They climbed onto the bus, buzzing with ideas of what they wanted to achieve for their day at Kidzania.
Would they be a construction worker? A dentist? A radio disc jockey? A pizza chef?
The options are limitless at Kidzania, well, as long as you get in and reserve your time early!

But even if reservations are left too late, so many opportunities then open for activities the children may have not considered. Some of our children experienced being a security officer, others managed to obtain a driver’s license, and some of our children made a pitch at stardom by presenting a TV commercial for visitors to Japan!

It’s an exciting day to be sure, and our teachers made sure the children were well fed with lunch breaks to maintain energy in doing other activities in the latter half of the day.
Children further experienced the joys of piloting a plane, preventing fires spreading, baking bread and even becoming esteemed manga artists!

The day ended with a bus of children falling asleep from their busy day at work, happily content that they just may have found their particular vocation in life! Or will they try something anew next time?

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2019年02月09日

Setsubun


SETSUBUN

Last Friday was super exciting, though super scary for some of us.
Demons would be coming to school!

When we had all gathered in the big room, Kynan’s Mom explained how Setsubun came about and how Japanese people celebrate it.
Eri’s and Yuika’s Moms told us the Setsubun story in Japanese.
After the story it was craft time.

Ryusei’s Mom explained how the mask was to be assembled.
Once we had all found our tables, we started right away.
Many Moms and a Dad had come to volunteer and help us to make the masks.
It was fun.

K4 and K5 cut their own features, so they could make their masks even more impressive.
So far it wasn’t scary at all.
After the group photos we all sat down on one side of the classroom.
The Moms and Dad handed out roasted soya beans.
That was our ammo to fence off the demons.
Then it happened! The demons came!
They were swaying big clubs, one even a knobbed club! We threw our beans for dear life, while shouting,
“Oni wa soto! Fuku wa uchi!” (Demons out! Good luck in!).
We were stronger than the demons and they left empty-handed.
No one got snatched, we were all safe.
Now we hope lots of good luck will come this year.


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