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July 2021 Class Updates

As reported, a state of emergency is expected to be issued. As a result, we have decided to start online classes from Monday, 12th July, with the safety of students and faculty members as our top priority.

Online classes are scheduled until the end of the state of emergency. However, every Friday will be a normal school day, and face-to-face lessons will be held at the school to provide career guidance in the home room, contact from the school, and to understand the current situation of everyone's studies and life. Please be sure to come to school on Friday as there are important procedures such as distributing homework and applying for the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU).

If there is a change due to the period of emergency declaration, etc., we will notify you on the school's website, LINE (@shinwajpn) or Facebook.

Current schedule until 22nd August

Monday ~ Thursday Classes will be held online via ZOOM.

(until 19th August)

Fridays Come to school as normal.

(16th, 30th July & 20th August) Face-to-face classes are held at school every Friday.

Make sure to bring your completed homework to school.

Public Holidays 22nd & 23rd July (Thu & Fri)

There will be no classes due to public holidays.

Summer Holiday Fri 31st July ~ Sun 15th August is Summer Holiday

Coronavirus countermeasures

  • Wear a mask at all times

  • Ventilate rooms

  • Gargle, wash your hands, and disinfect frequently

  • 3 Avoid C's (crowded / close / closed)

  • Don't go to places with a lot of people

  • Do not get together to eat, drink or have a party

  • If you have a fever, sore throat, or cough, go to the hospital immediately

  • If you have any problems, please contact the school

About face-to-face classes

  • Building No. 1 will be unlocked at 7 am. Students who want to avoid crowded trains should come to school early to study in the classroom in Building 1 until the class starts.

  • All students and faculty will wear masks, measure temperature, ventilate, wash and disinfect hands, and thoroughly implement social distancing.


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