Press Release

2024.03.28 Junior Expo 2025 Educational Programme for the 2023 Academic Year: Exhibition of Posters by Elementary School Students

 The Japan Association for the 2025 World Exposition (hereinafter referred to as “the Association”) will hold an exhibition of the Junior Expo Poster Presentations by Elementary School Students on the Association’s official website as a platform for the children to share what they have learnt through the classes and activities of the Junior EXPO 2025 Education Programme. The programme encourages children, who are the bearers of the future, to learn about the Expo and the SDGs and to think about their ideas.
 The presentation will display posters created by children from each participating elementary school as a summary of their learning, expressing their “Ideas for ‘All’ brilliant lives”.
 At the presentation for the 2023 academic year, a total of 39 posters from 20 schools will be displayed, including 33 from 17 domestic elementary schools and 6 from 3 overseas educational facilities.

1.Period  From Friday, 29 March, 2024 to around March 2025 (Scheduled plan)
2.Place   Official website of Japan Association for the 2025 World Expositio
3.Participating Schools

(For reference)
・The Junior EXPO 2025 Education Programme, which started in October 2020, is designed to encourage children, who are the bearers of the future, to participate in the efforts aimed at the Expo before its opening, learn about the SDGs, and come up with ideas for the Expo’s theme “Designing Future Society for Our Lives”, with the aim of raising interest so that they will be inspired to visit the Expo site.

・In the 2023 academic year, the Junior EXPO 2025 Educational Programme was implemented by a total of 127 schools, including 108 elementary and junior high schools in Japan and 19 overseas educational facilities.
・12 companies participated in the “Research Meeting” where companies working on the SDGs and the junior high schools implementing the program interacted online.
・This program is a subsidy project of JKA (Japan Keirin Autorace foundation).

Global Communication Department, Japan Association for the 2025 World Exposition