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Super Global High School Programme

Super Global High School Programme

 

Programme Goal:

 

    Educating and nurturing global leaders who will positively influence the world wherever they are through innovation and compassion.

 

Programme Explanation:

 

We believe successful leaders in today’s global environment must be both strong and compassionate. Globalization has led to intense competition,requiring strength of mind, body, and ethics from our children. This has also led to a general increase in income disparity. In order to combat said disparity,our global leaders will be expected to work efficiently and compassionately.

 

There is a proverb that says if you try to chase 2 hares at the same time, you will catch neither due to your divided attention; however, we believe with the right strategy you can. Our students find inspiration in our school’s slogan:Run after at least three hares”. If you want to realize your goal, you must aim even further than your intended mark. Thus, aiming for three hares will, one day, result in catching two. Urawa High School students study hard and support one another, growing beyond their preconceived limits. Together they believe they can reach even further. Our goal is for them to become the world’s first-choice candidates in whatever field they pursue.

 

Innovation will be the lifeline for the future of Japan and the world. When Steve Jobs said, "Think different", he was not telling us to seek different answers or settle for less when things become difficult, but to pursue worthwhile answers by finding new routes to them.

 

In today’s world, where big changes are happening every day, people can only survive by creating new, inventive products and business models with no preexisting frameworks. However, as before, future leaders should be nurtured to unite humankind and reduce those differences which encourage unfair treatment through creating new concepts which transcend traditional concepts of freedom and equality.

 

Defining a Super Global High School:

 

    What does becoming a Super Global High School mean? What does it look like? We are defining a “Super Global High School” as a school which not only offers students the basic opportunities all schools do, but also additional chances to test, mature, and refine their leadership skills in both local and global contexts through various opportunities. To achieve this, Urawa High School has two areas of concentration for its SGH Programme:

 

1.     International Exchange

 

Urawa High School has a rich track record of international exchange.For example, we have a sister school relationship with Whitgift School in the UK and send over 20 students every school year on short term exchange trips.

 

There are many other opportunities for Urawa High School students to study abroad, such as the Michigan Math and Science Scholars summer enrichment programmes, the MIT programme, and Harvard programme. Through our SGH programme,we aim to send more and more students to foreign countries and broaden our educational activities for the development of global leaders.

 

Research activities during the 2014 fiscal year

 

The following were our three primary targets:

 

1.       The underlying strength of manufacturing in Japan, particularly relating to Hitachi and their exports

2.       The history of the British Empire’s railway exports

3.       The development of the British railways post electricity

 

2.     Research in Advisory Groups

 

Urawa High School has a tradition of outstanding attainment thanks to our Period for Integrated Studies, or Advisory Groups. These groups give our students the freedom to explore anything they desire and then hand in a paper with their formulated answer.

 

Our SGH programme uses this research time specifically to cultivate globalleaders. This is accomplished through asking students to focus their papers on one of 3 primary categories: how it relates to the enrichment of society, how it produces a sustainable global environment, or how it reflects the universal values ​​of humanity.

 

A List of Excellent Reports for the 2014 academic year
          (All reports are written in Japanese.)

 

Proposed Training Methods and Current Global Conditions of Human Resources

a2

The Heritage of the Tajima Lion Dance

c1

An Essay on Gender, Viewed Through Greek Mythology

a1

Improvement of Foreign Language Teaching in the Japanese Education System

a2

How to Develop Japanese Students' Intrinsic Passions for Their Studies

a2

The Difference Between Japanese Words "rasii" and "kusai"

c1

Is Becoming Brain-Dead Equivalent to Being Dead?

b2

Disparity in Japan and Potential Solutions

c3

Japanese Swords: Not as Weapons, but as Works of Art

c1

Wasan: Japanese Traditional Mathematics compared to Western Mathematics

c2

Kubota Castle Town: Integrated Functions of Agriculture, Industry, and Trade

b1

 

 

 

Categories

Subcategories

a

Enrichment of Society 

1

Establishing a tolerant society

2

Educating global leaders

b

Sustaining a global environment

1

Desirable social systems

2

Progress in science and technology

c

Universal values ​​of humanity

1

Indigenous cultures

2

Cultural diversity

3

Social equality

 

 

Project titles in 2015 academic year