Meeting on Elementary School Life for Children with Foreign Roots and Their Parents

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MAFGA will hold an information meeting for parents who have questions such as “What’s it like at elementary school in Japan?” “I wonder if I can go to elementary school even though I don’t understand Japanese?” “Can I get an interpreter?”. You can ask directly to the Board of Education personnel. You can also listen to stories of actual hardships faced by foreign parents whose children are already in elementary school, and also consult with them individually.
Intender for: Children with foreign roots and their parents
Date & Time:
Sat., Mar. 2  13:30-15:30
Place: Minoh Multicultural Center (MAFGA)
Fee: Free
※MAFGA can arrange interpreters for you. If you need one, please make a reservation by phone or e-mail by Sat., Feb. 24.

This article can be read in the following language: 日本語 (Japanese) 한국어 (Korean) 简体中文 (Chinese (Simplified))

Multilingual Desk for Daily Life Consultation

If you have difficulties in contacting each organizer or department, please ask MAFGA. We are ready to help you.

TEL: 072-727-6912
Date and Time: Tuesday to Sunday 9:00~17:00
How to use our services: Visit, e-mail or call our center.
Available languages: Japanese / English / Chinese / Korean / Portuguese

We respond to consultations about childcare, education, work, medical care, welfare, visa status or any other problems and worries you might have.
Consultations are free of charge and will be strictly confidential.

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