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May 03, 2019 Friday 04:31:08 PM IST

Japanese-English school

International Edu News

The‘first European-style’ boarding school for primary pupils is expected to open in Japan next year.The new school will be in Hiroshima Prefecture with easy access to beaches, mountains and Hiroshima city. The school will provide a Japanese-English dual-language, multicultural educational environment while offering families European-style boarding. Jinseki International School is due to start operating as Japan’s first Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology-accredited international boarding school for primary school pupils in April 2020. It will be located on Japan’s main island Honshu.In Japan, it has long been considered that the role of the school is to provide education, while the role of parents is to teach self-discipline at home. In Europe, however, it is the standard to leave both of these tasks to professionals.The new school is envisaged to have the strength of Japanese education, coupled with creativity and the innovation of the best of international education.

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