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Committed to securing the well-being of people andto paving the way for a better futureHokkaido University ofEducation's FUZOKUSapporo Elementary School2015School Guide1-10, Ainosato 5-3, Kita-ku, Sapporo,Hokkaido, Japan 002-8075Tel 81-11-778-0471 Fax 81-11-778-0640Website: http://fuzokusho.sap.hokkyodai.ac.jpE-mail: sap-fusho@s.hokkyodai.ac.jp

The three types ofpupil attitudes westrive to developThe attitude to explorenew thingsWe strive to develop in pupils the attitude to keep learning in pursuit oftruth.[Keywords] Imagination and creativity Elementary school English ICT utilization Subject-teacher schemeThe attitude to sympathizeWe strive to develop in pupils the attitude to value peers' goodqualities and emulate them.[Keywords] Tolerance to value diversity and the skills for communication Collaborative learning approachThe attitude to become awareWe strive to develop in pupils the attitude to become aware of one's ownstrengths and challenges and to aspire for the future.[Keywords] Fujifusa children HUE's FUZOKU Sapporo Elementary School Handbook Fujifusa Action TimeOur mission and education goalWisteria arbor: Our symbolMari Toda, Principal, HUE's FUZOKU Sapporo Elementary SchoolBeauty, elegance and vigor: Symbolizing our aspiration for our pupilsOur mission is composed of the following five points:1. Provide elementary school education as a compulsory education institution like ordinary state schools.2. Serve as a venue for university students' teaching practice as a function of a university-affiliated elementary school.A visitor passing through our school's maingate finds wisteria arbors lying on both sides ofthe path. Cherished over the past 90 years orso as the symbol of HUE's FUZOKU SapporoElementary School, these wisteria arbors weretransferred from the former Moiwa schoolpremises to the current site, Ainosato, at thetime of the school's relocation. The beautifulwisteria flowers coming into bloom in earlyJune each year, coupled with their rich andelegant aroma, symbolize the teaching staff'saspiration for the future of the school's pupils."Beauty" is represented by the small parts ofthe flowers, "modesty" by the drooping flowers,"elegance" by all the flowers and "vigor" by thewisteria vines which withstand wind and snow.These desired qualities were drawn on todevise names for the school's books anddocuments such as a school-wide collectedcompositions book titled "Fujifusa" (wisteriaflowers) as well as school report "Fujifusa noko" (wisteria flower's children) and specialneeds education class "Fujinome" (wisteriashoots).3.4.5.Continue to pursue research collaboration with Hokkaido University of Education (HUE) in our capacity as anexperiment and corroboration elementary school, and seek to engage in experiment and corroboration activities in apractical manner as the university's affiliated school.Pursue practical research activities on different areas of educational theory and practice as an education researchschool.Pursue practical research activities on different areas of educational theory and practice as an educational servicecenter school.In addition to fulfilling the above-mentioned mission, we continue to engage in education activities in conformity to oureducation goal, "develop a culture of a harmonious living." "A culture of a harmonious living" refers to acknowledge thefact that each individual person in society has his/her "own ideas and thinking" and to explore ways of harmonious livingwithout denying the different ideas and thinking of other citizens.Looking at our society, a harmonious living is achievable in some parts of it, but is not so in some other parts of it. It is noteasy for you to attain a harmonious living since, albeit tolerant of other citizens by the head, you often cannot be so by theheart. With the progress of scientific technologies, the world is becoming increasingly borderless. This is why we wantpupils to acquire the quality for "a harmonious living" as a means of shining freely in various different circumstances,instead of confining themselves to a small environment that allows them to interact solely with close friends.of things onone's own

The ability to feel peers' good qualities and emulate themKeep learning in pursuit of truth[Keywords] Tolerance to value diversity and the skills for communication Collaborative learning approachSympathy ability represents the ability to acknowledge the merits of other persons' ideas and thinking and to feel peers'good qualities and emulate them. Our school seeks to develop pupils who are well equipped with the "ability to ponderother persons" through an extensive interaction with them."sympathizing pupils"Committed to developing"exploring pupils"Committed to developing[Keywords] Imagination and creativity Elementary school English ICT utilization Subject-teacher schemeWe continue to develop, in pupils, logical thinking ability, broad expression skills and reliable comprehension capabilityby providing problem-solving learning programs for which research has continuously been conducted by our teac hingstaff. Our school has been fostering in pupils the foundation of "exploration ability" for paving the path for the future.Class session for imaginative and creative learningElementary school English starting from Year 1Exchange with JICA traineesExchange and joint class session with special needs education classOur class session is designed to help each pupil use "imagination" and learn in a"creative" manner. We develop "imagination ability" and "creativity" by providing classteaching intended to allow each pupil to understand the contents and achieve thegoal.As a school designed by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science andTechnology (MEXT), our school provides English education to pupils starting from Year 1.Year 3 pupils are given an English class lesson weekly, totaling 35 hours a year. Pupils areallowed to learn English with the help of a native English speaker teacher.JICA trainees from different parts of the world will participate in a two-week trainingprogram at our school for fostering their skills. This program will allow our pupils tolearn first-hand about a variety of cultures such as those of Samoa, Laos andMarshall Islands.We arrange for an exchange session to be held each day between pupils and specialneeds education class pupils with a joint class session organized occasionally. Thesesessions serve to foster a motivation for working together to tackle a given challengegoing beyond class category boundaries.Class session utilizing ICTHybrid class session provided by class teacher and subject teacherVarious initiatives by friendship groupsCollaborative learning approachA tablet device is made available to each pupil in every class, which is equipped withan electronic blackboard. Our teachers perform class activities in a learner-friendlymanner by using information technology hardware effectively.A subject teacher is charged to provide teaching on subjects requiring greater specializedskills such as music and arts and crafts. Thus, pupils continue to be developed through thecollaboration between each expert subject teacher and the class teacher who knows theindividual pupils well.The "Friendship Program" is held at our school as an activity done by dividing theschool's all pupils into 12 teams comprising children of different ages. In this program,Year 6 pupils serve as leaders to organize break time play activities, sports tests andevacuation training.The collaborative learning approach is one based on opinion exchange with one'sfriends and interaction with peers not sharing one's views enables the pupil to rethinkhimself/herself. This approach serves to stimulate each pupil's motivation to achievepersonal improvement and learn proactively.

Become aware of one's strengths and aspire for the futureawareness" pupilsCommitted to developing "self-[Keywords] Fujifusa children HUE's FUZOKU Sapporo Elementary School Handbook Fujifusa Action TimeOur pupils continue to spend their daily school hours striving to acquire new knowledge and skills. They gain life skillsthrough having enjoyable experiences at times and bearing unsatisfactory results at other times. This is why we teachersencourage each pupil to take a fresh look at himself/herself and identify challenges, taking a new step forward. HUE'sFUZOKU Sapporo Elementary School develops in each pupil the "determination" to pave the path for the future.Single-volume six-year school report fileHUE's FUZOKU Sapporo Elementary School HandbookWe use a school report file format in which a single-volume file contains all thesix-year data for each pupil. This is a format motivated by our desire to "provideimproved teaching through a continuous monitoring of each pupil's growth" andto "allow him/her to have an aspiration and goals by revisiting the past growthpath anytime."This is a handbook outlining the school's rules and manners requirements. Eachpupil is allowed to see the information by himself/herself with the parentsenabled to check the contents at home. Presenting disaster managementinformation, this handbook features various steps needing to be taken indifferent scenarios assumed.Fujifusa Action TimeThis program serves as an opportunity for pupils to look back on their experiencesof coming to and leaving school and engaging in school activities and to checkabout the best practices and challenges. This allows pupils to spend enthusiastictime seeking to identify desirable ways of living and behaviors. Teachers take theopportunity of this program's session to provide pupils with training on busboarding and other activities.

Exploration of the Baratokawa RiverShrimp and fish can be caught in a large quantityin the Baratokawa River flowing on the back sideof the school premises. As part of their lifeenvironment class activities, pupils take anexploration tour of the river.HUE's FUZOKU Sapporo Junior HighSchoolThe building of HUE's FUZOKU Sapporo JuniorHigh School is connected to our school buildingvia a passage. The two schools engage inexchange activities with each other throughevents and learning sessions.School WoodlandOur school premises contain a tract ofwoodland that shows the changing color andbeauty of four seasons.HUE SapporoCampusSchool HillLying on the back side ofthe school building isSchool Hill, where pupilscan enjoy skiing and sleighriding.Our school isnext door to HUESapporoCampus, fromwhichundergraduateand graduatestudents oftenvisit our schoolfor academicactivities.

stations comprising the subway line Asabu Station, Sakaemachi Station and the JR line Ainosato Kyoikudai Station.

River side walking tour in JuneWe arrange for an excursion event each year in which pupils are given theopportunity to take a walk along the Toyohiragawa River and theIshikarigawa River. In this event, we allow year 6 pupils to undertake thechallenge of walking all the way from the Minamiohashi Bridge to theschool, a 22-kilometer trail that is unusually long for elementary schoolpupils. Meanwhile, year 1 pupils are given a chance to take an 8-kilometerwalk along Ainosato paths. This is a health promotion event attended byalmost 1,000 participants including volunteers such as walking tour guidesand drinking water service officials.One yearat HUE's FUZOKUSapporo ElementarySchoolWe allow pupils to keep growingthrough regular learning activitiesas well as a variety of programsand events. Their learningprocess for each year consists ofa series of exciting moments.Our school's dailyschedule* School leaving time varies according to pupils' year category.Our pupils' learning activities comprise not only class sessions but also break, cleaning andschool lunch times. We consider also such non-class session times as important hours forthe growth of the pupils.Come to schoolIntermissionMorning readingPeriod 3Lunch breakPeriod 5Morning meetingPeriod 4Leaving preparationsand home room meetingPeriod 1School lunchPeriod 2CleaningLeave schoolLast school leaving time* Shown above is Year 1 pupils' daily schedule. Pupils of Year 2 and above have a period 6 class sessiondepending on the day of week.* During the period from May to October of each year, the Tuesday lunch break takes the form of anextended lunch break (from 13:15 to 13:55).School entrance ceremony in AprilThe ceremony is conducted in an impressive fashion at avenue decorated with purple-white wall hangings, allowingthe joy of becoming a year 1 pupil to become a lasting lifememory for each pupil.Education research presentation meeting in JulyAttended by about 1,200 school teachers from across Hokkaido andJapan, an education research presentation meeting is held in Julyeach year as an event allowing presenters to show their class sessionactivities and brief on the research results, which provides theaudience with an opportunity to witness pupils' and teachers'enthusiastic endeavors.Graduation ceremony in MarchThe graduation ceremony marks a day of Year 6 pupils' departure fromthe memory-filled HUE's FUZOKU Sapporo Elementary School. Eachpupils' proud face brings the memory of his/her impressive scenesback to the teacher, stressing the extent of the growth achieved by thepupil. It is an emotion-filled event.Come to school 8:00–8:40Pupils' morning starts with giving greetings topeers and teachers, a practice intended to bedone "cheerfully, loudly, with eye contact andproactively."Morning reading 8:30–8:40All pupils are supposed to read a bookbrought from home. Ten minutes of serenetime allows each pupil to gain composureand become mentally ready for period 1learning.Period 1 8:50—Our school's standard is to provide problemsolving teaching that strongly motivates anypupil. Each daily class period is filled with asense of new discovery.Summer school session in July (Otaru for Year 5 pupilsand Hakodate for Year 6 pupils)Pupils are given the opportunity to take a three-day tour of Otaru orHakodate as an event to learn about a wide range of things. The mainactivity of this event takes the form of a self-learning tour taken bypupils unaccompanied by teachers or other staff, enabling each pupil tolearn first-hand about the city's local community, history and culture byusing the skills acquired through regular study efforts.Intermission 10:25–10:45Pupils enjoy playing across the schoolpremises, including the school woodland,gym, ground and media room.Winter class research meeting in FebruaryThis is an event allowing the audience comprising many teachers tosee the achievements made by the presenters through their efforts toprovide improved class teaching by drawing on the results of the Julyresearch presentation meeting while paying attention to the challengesidentified in the event.School lunch 12:25–13:00Pupils' faces are filled with a smile duringtheir treasured school lunch time, in whichthey are occasionally visited by JICAtrainees.Cleaning and lunch break 13:00–13:35Pupils are supposed to work together closelyto clean the school rooms extensively. Thelunch break time, normally lasting 20minutes, takes the form of an extendedbreak of 40 minutes on Tuesdays during thesummer season.Teaching practice in AugustSchool Arts Festival in OctoberThe School Arts Festival serves as a venue for pupils to present stageplays and music performances with teams of them working togetherclosely for fulfilling their skills. These pupils put much efforts into theirsupportive tasks and event committee duties.Sports Meeting in SeptemberThe Sports Meeting is an event in which pupils, divided into the redteam and the white team, engage in competitions with strongenthusiasm for winning. Their parents are also given an opportunity totake part in child-parent games.The school is visited in August each year by university students for thepurpose of engaging in teaching practice. These students are allowedto feel the appeal of the teaching profession through the process ofproviding a class lesson and enjoying the time with pupils. Theteaching practice program, taking place several times over the courseof each academic year, enables a total of hundreds of universitystudents to participate in it.Leave school 14:45Pupils leave school in the afternoon, givinggreetings to security staff. Those using busservice are sent off by teachers.

General epartmentEmployeeWelfareDepartmentClass epartmentheadsStandingCommitteeMembersBoard ofDirectorsParent-Teacher Association (PTA)SpecialCommitteeFather CommitteeGeneral Affairs DepartmentPublic Relations Department Devise and run the annual plans forclass/school year PTA Sell school socks and white shirtmerchandise Give guidance on pupils' practices tocome to and leave school Plan, edit and issue a public relationsbooklet titled "HUE's FUZOKUSapporo Elementary SchoolNewsletter" on a twice-yearly basisCulture Department Plan and operate the implementationof seminars, training programs andculture lectures Organize a School Arts Festival bazaareventEmployee Welfare Department Organize a sports meeting bazaarevent Organize a school uniform bazaareventLibrary SupporterCommitteeFather Committee Provide cooperation for school environment development inways utilizing male parents' strengths Deliver parking lot service for research presentation events,etc. and give cooperation for a sports meeting bazaar event Implement a school flower project and create a snow moundLibrary Supporter Committee Engage in book lending and receiving operations Perform book repair and library organizing activities Hold read-aloud presentation meetingsQ&AQ What is the curriculum difference between your school andordinary schools in Sapporo?A Our school's curriculum is formulated and implemented inconformity to the MEXT's national education standards. Inaddition, we provide elementary school English lessons and holdevents unique to our school.Q Does your school provide class lessons on Saturdays?A We hold no class lessons on Saturdays as a general rule. Yet, onseveral occasions each year, we offer no substitute Mondayholiday to pupils even after holding an event on a Saturday.Wisteria Arbor Association "Fujidana-kai"In order to help the school enhance its educational endeavors and to support the teachers'research efforts, this association continues to assist the school in pursuing organization-wideevents and research activities. Hold the Fujidana Concert event Organize the annual "Child Rearing Cultural Group Meeting" event as a parents-targetededucational seminar on child rearingQ What is the approximate annual tuition fee?A For your reference, Year 1 pupils for fiscal 2015 were charged yearlywith about 80,000 yen in school uniform and stationery costs, incurredat the time of enrollment, and some 65,000 yen in other necessarycosts such as learning materials and school lunch costs in a year.Moreover, pupils using public transport service needs to assume travelexpenses every months. The school does not charge any enrollmentfee.Q What is the educational support group "Fujidana-kai"?A It is an association designed to help the school enhance its educationalendeavors and to provide support for its organization-wide events andthe teachers' research efforts. This association obtains cooperationfrom many parents. Participation in it is voluntary.

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