Experience our latest curriculum of English studies.
It is well known that we retain things better and longer when we are exposed to it as a child.
Our school offers classes in English in an environment with talented teachers.
From ages 2-3, children start their English lessons musically and visually. They start writing practice at age 2 with lines and dots. They move onto the alphabet with letters and words. They write their own name and a few words by the time they reach age 3.
By the time they reach Kinder class, students understand a teacher's instructions and are able to begin expressing themselves in English. In Kinder class, they advance to more complicated phonic rules, reading, and writing.
We aim for children to reach the same academic level as Grade 3 American/British children by the time they are 6 years old. Students are able to take the Eiken and TOEFL Junior tests.
We encourage students to read books often and use dictionaries and encyclopedia when they face words they do not know. We offer children the experience of Right-brain training, World history, Science, Math, Speed reading, Music, Cooking, Dance and more in a completely english environment which makes us unique and sets us apart from other schools.
Japanese class starts from Nursery a couple of times in a week. Nursery begins their Japanese class with songs and stories.
In Kinder they begin by practicing reading and using Japanese elementary school books.
When they reach ages 5-6 they study Kanji (Chinese characters) and challenge themselves with a Kanji test.
To have a complete and adequate ability to read, write, listen, and comprehend in Japanese we teach the foundations of Kanji, how to count numbers, the lunar calendar, the oriental zodiac, polite and respectful expressions, and Japanese culture.
It's one of the official languages of the UN and spoken in 21 countries in the Middle East and Africa.
Learning Arabic is the first step to understanding the culture of the people who speak Arabic.
Information we get from media is usually created by Western and European countries.
It is important to hear from direct sources to fully understand Islamic culture.
There are many varieties of the Arabic language. We teach standard Arabic in the school which is commonly used in the news, books and news papers. Children are flexible enough to absorb more than adults can imagine. We are pleased to introduce students to experience this unique and beautiful language.
We aim for children to understand each Arabic letter, be able to read basic words and start to have easy conversations by the time they are 3 years old.
As they reach 5 years old, they learn Arabic culture, are able to read /write simple sentences and have basic conversations in Arabic.
Arabic language tests and evening Arabic class are available at the school.
If you would like to know more about Arabic Test, please visit their home page.
* Kobe only
It's often to know that there are familiar countries such as Canada, Belgium and Switzerland and countries in the northwest Africa where French is an official language.
When speaking in areas around Singapore or Hong Kong, it doesn't take long to encounter a child who uses English, Japanese, and Chinese daily. The most important thing in studying language is consistency of use.
Our French Class is twice a week as a second language.
In Nursery, we introduce French by using Flash cards and singing along to music.
From age 4, they start studying Numbers and how to read and write in French. We support students who would like to take the French language test.
* Osaka Only
Chinese classes are available from Nursery onwards at our Osaka school. There are 4 lessons a week for regular students and twice a month for Saturday students. Teachers not only teach class but are available at the school to assist students and create a more immersive enviornment. When students move on to Kinder, they start to learn how to read and write in Chinese. Students can use basic expressions in Chinese by the time they graduate. We provide continued studies for elementary school students after they graduate. We are planning to celebrate holidays from the Chinese calendar to help students learn language through culture. We hope our graduates keep their passions ito learn Chinese and become helpful to society in the future.