Admissions Open – We are now receiving application for limited spaces for September and April
【Admissions Overview】 As an international school, JINIS accepts children all year round and appreciates the individual circumstances of each child. Whilst there are some children who start and leave at different times over the year, the main school intake occurs in September and April. 【Grades for Entry】 JINIS currently accepts children for Grades 1-3 and Grade 4 from April 2021. Each year we will add an additional Grade as the school grows. Entry at Grade one is strongly encouraged as this enables the child to start their JINIS journey at the start and also offers parents more opportunity for entry as more spaces are available. Please note that we also […]
Jinseki Summer School 2020 – A Premium Summer Experience
Jinseki Summer School 2020 – A Premium Summer Experience A Japanese and English language activity holiday camp supported by Liverpool FC International Academy Japan and United Sports Foundation When: 1st camp: from 5th July (Sun) to 18th July (Sat), 2nd camp: from 26th July (Sun) to 8th August (Sat). Jinseki Summer School, which is celebrating its fourth summer school this year. To offer more children opportunities to join this year, the school will run two 2-week programs, double that of previous years. The camp this year will benefit from using the facilities and staff of Jinseki International School, Japan’s first British curriculum boarding school opening this April. The academic program […]
Advanced registration for Jinseki Summer School 2020.
Next-Generation Educational Environment Development Co., Ltd (NEED), Jinseki-kogen-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture, will begin the pre-registration of Jinseki Summer School 2020. (NEED will also open Japan’s first international boarding school in April 2020 accredited by the Ministry of Education Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Jinseki Summer School runs a highly successful programme which will be held for the fourth time next year incorporating language, educational and recreational activities. In 2020 it will increase its provision to 2 camps and change its registration system this year from a first-come-first-served basis to a more selective process. This is to ensure a better balance of nationalities, ages and abilities. Parents are therefore encouraged pre-register […]