CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSHIP OVERVIEW
The Cambridge International Program (CIP) fosters education through subjects taught in English, leading to internationally recognized Cambridge qualifications. At CIP, our students are exposed to the British Cambridge curriculum used in more than 10,000 schools in over 160 countries.
1. Students are educated in Japanese morality, etiquette and manners.
2. A system director is a person who has served as principal and academic director at internationally recognized schools.
3. Teachers are experienced with a variety of cultures and the individual needs of students.
4. Literacy and math skills create the foundation of thinking for students to be able to research more deeply.
5. The learning needs of each individual student are always recognized and respected by the teachers.
6. Learning in a solution and communication approach.
7. The Cambridge program offers a clear roadmap to help students take the initiative and guide their academic path to success.
8. Student performance reports reflect trends and levels of academic progress.
9. Students gain hands-on learning that enhances their ability to develop, express, and experience confidently.
10. Student cooperation and teamwork form the ethical foundation of JIS in being a global citizen.
The early years of the Cambridge International System:
- Including classes: Bilingual (2 years old); Cambridge International (3, 4 years old).
- The program focuses on 4 main skills: Language acquisition; explore math; creative; imagination.
- The purpose of the first years of school is to build students’ capacity through the application of language and thinking, develop social skills through play activities and specific tasks, so that students understand space and structure of the surrounding world. Through the continuous instruction of structured lessons with qualified teachers, our students will develop the confidence and skills to enter Pre-Primary (5 years old, Cambridge 1) of the Cambridge Program studied in English.
- In the middle school stage, students will study at least 5 to 7 subjects depending on their aspirations. Students will sit for O-level exams, obtain the IGCSE Certificate of Secondary Education in Year 10. All tests are developed, administered and scored by the UK, students take the test in-school under rigorously administered exam conditions.
- In the high school stage, students will study at least 3 to 5 subjects depending on their aspirations. Students will sit for A-level exams, earning the Certificate of General Education (GSE A) in the final year of Cambridge A-level 2. All tests are developed, administered and scored by the UK, students take the test in-school under rigorously administered exam conditions.
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