What’s special about Little Angels compared to Japanese schools/other international schools?
- The best curricula from around the world are blended together to bring about the best balance of education in academic and life skills.
- The medium of instruction is English. Hence the students are fluent in English to face the global challenge.
- The Japanese curriculum is as prescribed by the Japanese Ministry of Education until the middle school.
- The students who learn faster will move up on a fast track.
- The students and teachers enjoy camping, have home stays and also participate in international student exchange programs with the international schools of other countries.
- The children regularly research news articles and discuss about what’s happening in Japan and around the world.
- The children learn to be unbiased in all matters.
- The school administers the IOWA test, TOEIC BRIDGE and other internationally accepted tests to evaluate students and to encourage them to attain international standards.
- Year 9 students take the Cambridge Secondary Checkpoint Examinations, Y11 students take the IGCSE/ICE and Y12/Y13 may take the International A/AS examinations.
- The school is also a STEM education coalition affiliate.
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