Discover the world of food technology in Laurus’ 2024 Spring Program! Dive into a captivating project focused on product design, where you’ll use your creativity to craft snacks that could feed the world someday. Explore what’s in our modern day diet with workshops delving into food additives, nutrition, and packaging. From enhancing taste to understanding nutritional value and sustainable packaging, you’ll uncover the secrets of food innovation. Join us on a journey where science meets culinary art and become an expert in the realm of food technology!
*Please make your payment within 2 weeks after your application.
●This course is designed for
11 years old ～ 15 years old (Primary 6th ～ Junior High 3rd)
※Year 7～Year 10
|■Entrance Fee : ￥5,500
*First time non-member only
■All inclusive: Lunch, Material and Insurance
●Things to bring
・Water bottle, cutlery(chopsticks etc), indoor shoes
<For food-allergic students >
We will not be able to serve non-allergic lunch. Please bring your own lunch.
We cannot accept students who need an Epinephrine auto-injector (epi-pen).
A copy of Insurance card & free medical care certificates and a photo of your child (Please upload by our application form.)
Please pay at a convenience store or via internet banking.
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Please note that this service is available at the following convenience stores:
Seven eleven, Family mart, Ministop, Seicomart, Lawson and Multimedia Kiosks
Laurus Member: Tuition will be automatically deducted from your registered bank account.
Non-Member: The deadline for tuition payment is Monday, March 18th. Please complete the application and payment by the deadline.
・If a parent/guardian wishes to cancel or change the course after registration, a handling fee of 1,000 yen will be charged.
・After the registration deadline, course changes, and refunds will not be made.
Q1.My child speaks no (or little) English. Can he/she participate in seasonal events?
A. All classes will be provided in English. We recommend that children attend at a level where they can understand English vocabulary and basic English conversation. Basically, we do not provide class support in Japanese.
Q2. What kind of classes are they?
A. The projects are based on a weekly theme.
Q3. Is it possible to observe classes at the Secondary school?
A. If you wish to visit the program, please contact the Secondary school separately. (Phone: 03-6665-8261, Email: email@example.com) Visits are not available during the seasonal event. Please note that prior visits may not be possible depending on the availability of the schedule.
Q4. Is there a school bus service?
A. We apologize for the inconvenience, but a school bus service is not available.
Q5. Can I drive to and from the school?
A. You may drive your child to and from school, but please do not park or temporarily park in front of the school. Please park in a nearby coin-operated parking lot and take your child to and from school.
Q6. Can I leave early for one day during the term?
A. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we generally do not allow early dismissal.
Q7. When should I pay the registration fee?
A. Once you have registered for the program, the school will send you an invoice by email. Once we have received your payment, your registration is complete. Please note that we do not accept cash payments.
Q8. I missed a day of school. Can I get a refund for the days I missed?
A. Please note that no refunds will be made for missed classes.
Q9. Can I heat up my lunch at school?
A. The school does not have a microwave for student use. Please note that we do not provide individual lunch heating service.
Q10. My child left something inside the school building, can you mail it to my home?
A. Please contact the Primary school Reception as soon as possible. If you return the items by mail, we will accept payment on delivery. We will keep lost and found items for two weeks after the end of the school day, but we will dispose of them at our own risk if the owner of the lost and found items does not notify us.
・A reservation is required for class observations and school tours. Please contact our school ‘s receptionists in advance to arrange these visits.
· As administering medication to our students is defined as a “medical practice” under Japanese law, teachers and school staff are not able to give medicine to our students. Therefore, in principle, we are supposed not to keep any kinds of medicine at the school.
· If you are an overseas resident, please ensure your children are covered by overseas travel insurance. If your child / children do not have overseas travel insurance and your child / children are sick or injured during our STEAM Seasonal School, you will be responsible for your child / children’s medical expenses.
●Measure to prevent infection
For Parents and caregivers:
*Please cooperate with the temperature measurement at home.
*Please refrain from going to school if your child or family members has a fever of 37.5 ℃ or higher, or if you have severe cold symptoms such as a cough. Please wait 24 hours after the fever has passed and ensure that other symptoms have disappeared before returning to school.
*If your child’s physical condition changes at school, we will contact you immediately, so please be available to pick up your child in a timely manner.
*We will not allow students or parents who display signs of fever to enter the school.
Requests related to coronavirus infection:
*Please do not participate until you have been infected with the new coronavirus and at least 10 days after the onset of illness.
Please note: Due to the above reasons, we will not accept refunds for cancellation on the day.
Laurus Secondary School TEL : 03-6665-8261 firstname.lastname@example.org
7-10F Shiba Kokusai Bldg. 4-1-30 Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0014