The tests start on the 27th, June. Many students are studying hard to get good grades. Before the tests, we should ask teachers to teach us again about what we don’t understand. Let's do our best!
The prefectural competition was held on June 4th, 5th and 6th. One pair of our club got the right to enter Shikoku Tournament and Inter-High! Of course, there are so many betters players than us. But their attitude shown in the games moved all of us. They play hard and did their best in unison!
We’ve started the program, English Overseas Session 2022! Because of the situation we are facing now, our international exchange has been limited in many ways. But it never means we should give up!! As the first step, we discuss the theme we are going to work on.
We are going to participate in the prefectural basketball tournament in Ehime, on 6.4(Sat), 6.5(Sun). It is the most important tournament for the 3rd grade students. If we can win the game against Kawanoishi High School, we will have the game against one of the strongest teams in Ehime, St-Catherine High School, in the second round. Our goal is to be in the best fours in Ehime. Although we’ll have a lot of difficulty, we can do it with the teammates!!
We asked Jared, our new ALT (Assistant Language Teacher), a lot of questions. Today, we are going to show some of them.
Q：What is your hobby?
A：I like climbing mountains. I’ve already climbed Mt. Ishizuchi.
Q：What is your favorite Japanese food?
A：I like sushi, because there are a lot of types. I like salmon the best.
Q：Where do you want to go in Japan?
A：I want to go to Osaka.
Q：What made you decide to work as an ALT?
A：I’ve been interested in Japan and Japanese culture, and wanted to change my life. I didn’t study Japanese at my university, but I’m really enjoying leaning Japanese here.
Q：What do you think is attractive about Saijo High School?
A ：I think that many students are interested in English and work hard.
Q：What is your goal through the school life here?
A：I’m trying to teach English in a better way. And, I want to be able to speak Japanese well.
Q：What would you recommend about the U.K. to students?
A：Of course, “Fish and Chips.”
We’ve got to know a lot about him! We had a very good time!!