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 an expression of interest in order to receiver further information on the camp over the coming months. Please note that pre-registration will not guarantee your child a place at the camp.
Key information for the Summer Camp 2020 are below:
Camp 1 July 5, 2020 (Sun) – July 18 (Sat)
Camp 2 July 26, 2020 (Sun) – August 8 (Sat)
*Please select one of the two periods above.
Venue:Jinseki International School and surrounding area (5020-77 Tokiyasu, Jinseki-kogen-cho, Jinseki-gun, Hiroshima).
Transport *A free shuttle service is available from Hiroshima Airport or JR Fukuyama Station
Ages from 5 to 12 years (Older children to 6th grade of elementary school).
Available spaces each camp: 32
Cost: 450,000 (excluding tax)
Organiser Jinseki International School, Next-Generation Educational Environment Development Co., Ltd.
About Next Generation Education Environment Development Corporation
Address 5090: Tokiyasu, Jinseki-kogen-cho, Jinseki-gun, Hiroshima -1603 720
Representative Director: Minako Suematsu
Business Description: Investment in educational institutions, the development and delivery of premium educational programs, educational consulting services, etc.
Next Generation Education and Environment Development Co., Ltd. has recently welcomed Nicholas James Gunn, formerly Headmaster of King’s College Doha, as the founding Headmaster of Jinseki International School. JINIS will open in 2020 as Japan’s first elementary boarding school. It will adopt a dual language approach incorporating the British and Japanese curriculum and is authorized by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.