Short, daily physical fitness activities to stimulate the energy required to be prepared for the day’s learning are conducted. This is primarily to promote health and vigor in accordance with the proverb, “A sound body; a sound mind”.
Nutrition is promoted through non-compulsory cooking classes to teach students how to have a balanced diet, but to also use these skills in future employment or in their daily lives after graduation.
In the interest of enhancing public health, useful techniques are taught for establishing regimens to maintain a healthy environment free from contamination and infection. Skills are transferred to not only promote this among the students, but to the wider community. For example, soap making is a skill which can be easily learned and it can have a public health benefit for people including those not attending Sakura School.
Life at Sakura Girls Secondary School is arranged in such a way as to teach the impact that individuals have on the environment. Healthy habits for maintaining a clean working and living space are promoted to reduce the negative impact on the environment. Awareness of each students’ individual role and responsibility will be addressed and directed in a more eco-friendly way.
Cultural exchange opportunities are made available to the wider community to expose them, as well as students, to ideas and modes of behavior practiced in cultures like that of Japan. This is done by viewing movies and other various cultural products from Japan at various times.