The Japanese School Singapore (SJS)
Facts to know about Japanese School Singapore
Japanese School Singapore is a primary and secondary Japanese international school in Singapore. JSS primary schools are located in Clementi and Changi, while the high school division is on the west coast. Since 2013, The Japanese School Singapore (SJS) has become the world’s largest Japanese school overseas. Stamford Girls’ School moved to this location in 2014. Before the Second World War, the school relocates to Bencoolen Street, Wilkie Road, and Short Street. When the war broke out in 1941, the British Army shuttered the institution. During the Japanese occupation of Singapore, the government established the First Shonan Folk School. The British conquered Singapore in 1945 and shuttered the Shonan School.
The original school, located at 131 Middle Road, was established in 1912. At the time, one instructor was responsible for 28 students. The Japan Club, now known as The Japanese Association, erected a new school at 155 Waterloo Street in 1920.
Aim of the school:
1) Our https://www-sjs-edu-sg.translate.goog/?_x_tr_sl=ja&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc
2) Our school is founded on Japanese laws and regulations while adhering to the Republic of Singapore’s educational rules and regulations.
3) Our school gives current training.
4) Our school provides an education relevant to the region’s realities.
5) Our school provides instruction based on the children’s actual circumstances.
1. Aiming to a child:
1) A child is driven to study, think, and actualize himself.
2) A youngster with a broad viewpoint who appreciates diverse cultures and strives to connect with people from worldwide.
3) Existence A youngster who understands the purpose of (life) and has a healthy mind and body fosters
2. Aiming at the teacher demonstrates:
1) A teacher who discovers and treats the child’s compassion to help them develop their uniqueness.
2) A teacher who values the child’s ideas and connects them is good.
3) A teacher who will undoubtedly connect with the child and help us grow.
3. Considering the school’s image:
1) A school where the joys of learning and the pleasure of understanding.
2) A school that encourages children’s healthy growth and builds a heart.
3) Collaborates with parents and community members to stroll around the school.
We will construct the educational pillars listed below and continue with your practice to reach this aim.
- Fundamentals for increasing “joie de vivre.”
- Emphasis on English education
- Promotion of local and exchange education
- Improving education in TI
- Collaboration with families and communities
After the Clementi and Changi Elementary Schools were in 1998, the school’s headquarters became the 20,825-square-foot Clementi Campus. This campus is direct across the street from the National University of Singapore. The campus has an auditorium, a gymnasium, two libraries, an audiovisual studio, a laboratory, a sports field, a computer room, a swimming pool, two playgrounds, music immersion rooms, a pet corner, and professional study rooms, including a home economics. The property features historical rooms for displaying historical artifacts, literature, and images that the community holds dear. The Changi campus is 44,100 square meters in size and was to seem like a traditional Japanese house.
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