Learning how to live amid diversity.
A summer to unleash curiosity.
An English language summer camp.
Jinseki Summer School, which was a great success last year, will be held again this year.
In a liberating environment surrounded by nature, children five to twelve years old (five to eleven as of April 1) will learn English through the popular Tokyo International School Group programme. We have also prepared many wonderful activities that will cultivate the growth of our highly receptive primary school pupils, such as exercising with top athletes and enjoying the beautiful starry skies.
We invite you to a have a fantastic experience at Jinseki Kogen this summer holiday.
|dates||Sunday, July 21, 2019 to Saturday, August 3, 2019|
|Location||Planned site of Jinseki International School (5090 Tokiyasu, Jinsekikōgen-chō, Jinseki-gun, Hiroshima Prefecture) and surrounding area
* Free transportation available from Hiroshima Airport or JR Fukuyama Station
|Eligibility||Ages five to 12 (kindergarten to 6th grade in elementary school)
Number of participants: 40 (minimum of 20)
|Number of participants||40 (minimum 20)|
|Fee||¥400,000 (tax not included)|
|Organiser||NEED (Next Educational Environment Development)|
|Support||Jinsekikogen-Cho, Jinseki Kōgen Hotel|
Tokyo International School Group Co., Ltd., EDICM Corp.,
UNITED SPORTS FUNDATION
Summer School Brochure Here
This academic program is based on the highly regarded International Primary Curriculum and Early Years Curriculum (for kindergarten, primary, and elementary school children). The students learn history, geography, math, science, art, PSHE* and international mindedness through one project, which they finish by the end of the Summer School. Completing a unit like this gives them a sense of achievement.
This program will be provided by specialist teachers from an elementary boarding school in Switzerland.
*PSHE (Physical Social Health Education): A class consisting of a combination of health and moral education as it would be called in Japan.
The Tokyo International School Summer Program explores various themes in English. In each theme there is a “Core Question”, and through a variety of activities, children look for answers under the guidance of an experienced English mother-tongue teacher. In the process, children develop their thinking skills, their expression and confidence as well as the qualities so necessary in a global era: the ability to embrace and also to challenge new ideas.
All lessons are in English – and even complete beginners steadily acquire the foundations of English as well as the learning skills encouraged by an “exploratory curriculum” that draws on children’s curiosity.
Building on from last year’s successful formula, this year’s sport program, provided in collaboration with the “UNITED SPORTS FOUNDATION” (USF), will have “One World, One Team” as its theme. The USF provides activities to promote and convey the attractiveness of sports from a global perspective. The objectives of its program include the sense of unity and excitement of teamwork and the joy of taking on new challenges.
Top-class athletes who have been members of Japanese national teams offer the participants hands-on help, meaning that children who are new to sports activities can also enjoy the program.
Jinseki Kogen is nestled in the Chugoku Mountains, the setting of many Japanese myths, and is surrounded by rich nature. Children can experience the beautiful waterfalls, rivers, and mountainous scenery throughout the four seasons.
The location also offers a safe, secure food environment that is beneficial for growing children; the land provides highland vegetables and livestock and the Seto Inland Sea provides its own bounty.
We conduct a range of events for the children, including astronomical observation and local cultural experiences.
*Programme contents is subject to change.
Has over thirty years’ experience as a Headmaster in UK. Solefield School, Sevenoaks (1986-1997), Edge Grove, Herts. (1997-2002) the Dragon School, Oxford, (2002-2017).He is currently Executive Director of St Andrew’s School, Turi, Kenya. (2018-) Member of the Independent Preparatory Schools Association (IAPS) Governing Council and Chairman of their Education Committee. He has also been Chairman of the UK Boarding Schools’ Association. He has undertaken many inspections for the UK Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).
Michael Robert(Rob) Gray graduated from Cambridge University(UK),and then worked as a teacher and Head in schools and universities in Spain,the UK,France,and Brussels
He has been Head Master and Deputy Director-general of Le Rosey,Swizerland’s leading boarding school,since 2002.
Le Rosey is almost certainly the most international boarding school in the world.
Over 100 of its 400 pupils are from Asia,and Le Rosey has a long tradition of welcoming Japanese students.
He is a passionate believer in the benefits of a boarding school education and of the importance of balance between rigorous but forward-looking academics,the creative arts,sport and personal development.
He has published a number of articles,given presentations at international conferences and has been on several international inspection and accreditation visits.
- The summer school seemed to be a great experience for my child. He seemed to have matured a level or two when he came home.
- I can’t provide an experience as valuable as this, so I am really grateful.
- It’s been two weeks since he came back, but he still happily tells me about his memories and what he learned at summer school and about his friends.
- The children grew stronger, much more than I expected. It almost brought tears to my eyes.
- I asked my child, “How was it?” He said “It was really fun” and he wants to go back every year.