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Sapporo Elementary School
affiliated to the Hokkaido University of Education
General Information

I Overview of the School

Sapporo Elementary School is located in Ainosato which is northeast of the urban district of Sapporo City.  Sapporo has a population of 1.93 million people.  The school moved to Ainosato from the previous Moiwa campus in 1989.  We have an elementary school, a junior high school, and a university on the same campus that enables us to collaborate, cooperate, and research among the three schools easily.
The school has two classes in each 1st to 6th grades, and 3 classes for children with special needs.  The total number of pupils is 438 as of May 1st, 2013.
The pupils attend school from all over Sapporo.  About 90% of them use buses, subways, JR electric trains and city tramcars on their way to and from school.  It is a good opportunity to develop social skills through commuting a long way to school by public transportation, though it is sometimes a challenging task for children.

II School Educational Goals

1. Missions as an attached school of the university

  1. Providing the same general elementary education as at public schools.
  2. Providing on-the-job training and education for students of the faculty of education at   our university.
  3. Conducting educational experiments and research from practical viewpoints in collaboration with the university.
  4. Trying practical research in theory and practice of education as an educational research school.
  5. Publicizing the results of practical research through open classes at the Hokkaido Educational Research Convention, annual school bulletin, and occasional information papers as a leading school.

2. School Educational Goal

School that creates symbiotic culture.

3. Image of the children we are aiming to develop

  1. Inquisitive child (inquiring)
    Children who continue to study in pursuit of virtue.
  2. Sympathetic child (sympathy)
    Children who recognize the opinions and ideas of others which are different from theirs, and sense and adopt the goodness of others.
  3. Knowing oneself (self -recognition)
    Children who are able to look back and reflect themselves, recognize their goodness and problems and are future-oriented.

III Symbol Flower

Two pargolas of Fuji (Japanese wisteria), which is a long-time symbol of the school, are placed beside the main gate.  They were transplanted from the previous location at the time of school's relocation in 1989.  The beauty, modesty, dignity and resilience of the plant symbolize the characteristics we are aiming to develop in our pupils.   

School guide 2015 (2.81 MB)