Kasuga English Speech Contest 2018
In this summer, students worked really hard for Kasuga English Speech Contest. It is amazing to see how students grow and develop within a short period of time. With this experience, our students will strive towards their future goals. This year's winners are
Grade Name Title
Grade 1 Nakai Shino The way to peace
Grade 1 Shiratsuchi Megumi How to master another language
Let's Learn English 2018
Welcome to our new bulletin board "Let's Learn English". This year we have renewed our bulletin board to include Events in Town, latest School News and useful English Phrases and Proverbs.
English Lesson (Sept~Oct 2018)
English Lesson (June ~ July 2018)
English Lesson (April~May 2018)
Jump Start Program (Jan ~ Feb 2018)
In Grade 1 lesson "How was your last trip?" , we had a quiz on Australia. Students challenged quiz about Australia's popular places, food and animals.
Discovery Bulletin Board (Winter)
In our Discovery Program, students will learn new English Phrases and Proverb every month.
Jump Start Program (SeptーOct 2017)
Grade 1 students enjoyed "Guess who am I ?" Famous People Game. They learned new vocabulary and used grammar structure from previous lessons.
In the Grade 2, the topic is on "Reuse, Reduce and Recycle". Students learned how they can save the environment by their own actions.
The 12th Kasuga City's English Speech Contest 2017
In this year's English Speech Contest, our students worked hard amid their busy club activities and competition. And the result of the speech contest is as follows:
2nd Prize : Koyama Soichiro (2nd Grader)
"Alice in Wonderland"
2nd Prize : Koharu Hayashi (3rd Grader)
Yamaguchi Hana (3rd Grader)
DISCOVERY Bulletin Board (Summer)
Who is Abraham Lincoln? What is the capital city of Canada? Find out more on our Discovery Bulletin Board "Summer 2017".
We have also collaborated with the librarian to bring in books in both English and Japanese of related topics.
DISCOVERY Bulletin Board
Discover Science, Music, Art and other subjects in English. We have also started Discovery Bulletin Board, to open up the world of English to our students.
"Jump Start" A new English Program Making a brand new wave, 2017!
"Jump Start" A new English Program has been launched to increase opportunity for students to use what they have learnt.
"H.I.H. Prince Takamado Trophy The 68th All Japan Inter-Middle School English Oratorical Contest" ( Nov 24th and 25th)
Koyama Suzune, participated in "H.I.H. Prince Takamado Trophy The 68th All Japan Inter-Middle School English Oratorical Contest" in Tokyo on Nov 24th, and was in the top 7 in her group. Having won in the semi-finals, she joined in the finals on Nov 25th. She won a special prize from Coca-cola. Congratulations to Koyama Suzune!
"Takamado no Miya Trophy" English Speech Contest, Oct 3rd 2016
Koyama Suzune, our 3rd Grader student, participated in the "Takamado no Miya Trophy English Oratorical Contest" in Fukuoka city. She won 3rd Prize for her speech "Open Your Doors To The World".
Kasuga City's 11th English Speech Contest 2016
In Kasuga City's 11th English Speech Contest 2016, our students gave an amazing performance. The results are as follows:
2nd Prize: Koyama Ichiro (Grade 1)
2nd Prize: Yamaguchi Hana (Grade 2)
"The Giving Tree"
1st Prize: Murakami Rena (Grade 3)
2nd Prize: Hayakawa Mami (Grade 3)
1st Prize: Nakai Ibuki (Grade 2)
"Experience Enriches You" (Free Speech)
Hot, hot, hot in Kasuga East Junior High School. The fever is on, students wake up early to go to school to join club activities in the morning every day. There are Sports, Arts and Cultural Club Activities.
“Good shot!” The gym is filled with positive and vibrant energy. Students easily throw a 3 pointers ball into the net. “Great footwork!” They train hard and have fast reflexes.
“Serve the ball!”Students move at great speed and heights to strike the ball. The girls’ team greeted me warmly, with their happy smile.
３. Table tennis
A table tennis game can be very intense, watching the light weight ball flying in all directions I wonder how it is possible to get it bounce on and off the table. Students training hard along their encouraging coach.
Kendo is a modern Japanese martial art, descended from swordsmanship (kenjutsu) and uses bamboo swords (shinai) and protective armour (bogu). Kendo is a way to discipline the human character, seeing the students in the training, I am lost for words for the spirit is beautiful and peaceful.
“Swing your bat!” “Run!” “Hold your bat higher!” “Nice Shot!”You can hear the intense and passion in the coaches voice. Boys become man when they are in the field playing baseball. I cannot be more impressed. Powerful team work says it all.
“Excellent ball control!” The soccer team is in training, dribbling and kicking the ball on the field. Team work runs the show!
With great confidence, students hit each ball that flew across the net at great speed and force. “Hit it with your best shot!”
It’s a all girls team, looking strong and handsome in their great team work. “Catch the ball” “Hit it!” “Run!” The teams’ voices echoes in the air．
Swimming comes natural to the human mind and body, powerful stroke and fast speed, gliding like a fish. “Have you reach the goal?!”In lightning speed, “I have”.
１０. Track & Field
Training together as a team, running and encouraging each other. Stretching their limits as the wind carries them in their race. “Feel the speed under my wings!”
ARTS AND CULTURAL CLUB
1. Brass Band
Music is in the air, students practicing in different corners in the hallway. What a magnificent sight! Sound of music touches everyone’s heart.
2. Art and Craft
Each students have their unique sense and feel for art, creativity fills the room. A dragon picture so real, I had to touch it, wondering if it will pop out of the painting!
An amazing club, giving students real hands on. I love hearing announcements over the broadcast anytime of the day. It brings the whole school together as a family, as a team.
4. Tea Ceremony and Flower Arrangements
The art of tea ceremony, called chanoyu(茶の湯）or sado(茶道）in Japanese is appreciated by many around the world. Zen Buddihism was a primary influence in the development of the Japanese tea ceremony.
Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arrangement, also known as Kado. Giving life to flower, it allows self -expression.
Students practicing tea ceremony and flower arrangements look so serene and beautiful.
The spirit of giving and helping others is a bigger course in life. Students joining volunteer club have a big heart and lovely smile.
The greatest thing about East Junior High School is “No kids Get Left Behind”. After school, students who needs extra help receives attention and guidance from teachers, sitting outside the teacher’s room, a hallway filled with tables and chairs. I see hopes and dreams, to uncover hidden talents. “I don’t know.” is a powerful tool to learning, stretching ourselves to discovering knowledge and wisdom.