Y9 students (Mr Thomson's and Ms Uhara's class) wrote some messages of support for children in Fukushima.
Last summer Kyoko, our Japanese Language Assistant joined the volunteers in Hokkaido, her home region.
Children who live in Fukushima - where the Tsunami damaged a nuclear power station - couldn't to go out and play, even during their summer holidays. So Hokkaido in the north of Japan offered them to come and spend a few weeks or a month there.
Radiation is still very strong around Fukushima, and the people and children who live there need both energy and support.
Here is also a website where you can find out how to help the children of Fukushima.