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Nakayoshi

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To learn to foster warm relationships with others and develop self-governing skills.

Our school calls the activities where students act to improve their own living as “Nakayoshi”. It is a time to foster warm relationships among others and develop self-governing skills.
Nakayoshi takes place every Thursday, at 5th and 6th period, for the grade 4th through 6th. On top of that, Nakayoshi also has a system called “Partnership” in which 6th graders take care of 1st graders. Additionally, we hold 4 types of Nakayoshi meetings in total: within each grade, within the lower grade, within the higher grade and within the whole school.

Meetings

We have meetings within lower grade, within higher grade and within the whole school where students take a leading part in planning and operating. They are a place for students to report their daily activities and achievements.

Meetings

Morning cleaning

We have cleaning time before the actual classes start, carried out by the Nakayoshi groups. Higher grade students gently teach the lower graders how to clean. It's a great opportunity for interactions among different grades.

Morning cleaning

Partner System

Each 6th grader will be in charge of the new 1st grader and will take care of their school life over the entire year.

Partner System
Partner System

Nakayoshi group, Nakayoshi club

Every Thursday, at 5th and 6th period, we have six student-operated groups for 4th through, 6th graders. Each group works together not only in the Nakayoshi time but also on the morning cleaning, the July summer camp and the footrace relay in the sports festival. Some groups operate book rental and unicycle rental during the breaks.

Group(voluntary activity group)

  • Information group

    Information group
    Information group

    The members manage the equipment in the science room and conduct animal care and observations. They also broadcast the weather for the day before the reading time every morning. They also lend the library books every Tuesday and Friday and introduce books at the Nakayoshi meetings by making their own original POP advertisements.

  • Living group

    Living group
    Living group

    The members clean restrooms and toilets every morning. They also broadcast news and information at lunch time, and in the afternoon through focusing on delivering information in an easy-to-understand manner.

  • Health and safety group

    Health and safety group
    Health and safety group

    The members restock items in the first-aid box, clean restrooms and toilets every morning, pump air into balls for the PE classes and lend unicycles during recess. They also organize fun events where everyone strengthens each other's bonds.

Club(Cultural activities)

  • Board game club

    Board game club
  • Craft club

    Craft club
  • Drama club

    Drama club