Kindergarten
Student Life

Divided into 3 grades, children can learn sophisticated English abilities.

Based on science and literacy, children give a presentation in science class when they graduate.

We provide a balanced education, including mental and physical development through PE classes.

Age K1 3 - 4 years’ old
K2 4 - 5 years’ old
K3 5 - 6 years’ old
Course Full day course 8:30-18:00
5 hours course 9:00-14:00

K1 Typical Daily schedule

(subjects vary throughout the week)

9:00

Free Play Time

9:30

Morning assembly

Children from preschool and kindergarten join together for a warm and fun welcome to the day! Teachers review the daily schedule with songs and topical discussions.

9:45

Math

Students are encouraged to build awareness and readiness for mathematical concepts with hands-on activities to do and real-world problems to solve.

10:15

Exploration time or P.E. (Karate)

Students go to the park and explore the natural environment around them. Once a week we also have a P.E. class and a Karate class with our specialist teachers!

11:15

English

Phonics provides the cornerstone that allow our students learn to read and write. Emphasis is also placed on speaking with a carefully considered syllabus including activities, such as role-play and show and tell.

12:00

Lunch Time

13:00

Science

Epitomizing the Laurus school ethos, science classes challenge students via stimulating thematic units which encourage children to hypothesize, experiment and inquire!

13:40

Closing Circle

The day is brought to a close as children review the day’s content. This is also an opportunity for shared reading time and a goodbye song!

After 5-hour course

14:00

Free play daily program

A fun time after school for studying and playing with friends.

15:00

Exploration time

Going to a park and enjoying the outdoors

16:00

Snack time

16:30

Study Time

Children learn more about the world around them through History and Social Studies lessons.

18:00

End of the Day

What a fun day we had! See you next time!

School Calendar

April

Entrance ceremony

The principal announces the homeroom teachers and the class rosters for the upcoming school year.

May

Excursion

We take our lunches and go out to the park.

June

Open School/Parent-Teacher Conferences

In June, we welcome the families of our students to explore our school and see how their child is settling into their new class. We also offer our initial parent-teacher conference, which is a great opportunity to meet and discuss any initial thoughts or concerns and set goals for the year ahead.

August

Summer camp

We hold Summer Camp. Various special programs are available during the summer holiday.

August

Water Play

Playing in pools is a lot of fun, but there are many things to learn while playing in the water.

September

Sports day

Several schools come together to compete in sports-related events.

October

Halloween party

We organize a party and wear costumes to celebrate Halloween.

November

STEM fair

We exhibit projects that utilize Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics created by our students.

December

Performance day

Students produce and perform plays entirely in English.

January

Eiken Test

Students’ progress in English proficiency is tested.

February

Open School/Parent-Teacher Conferences

In February, we welcome back the families of our students to show them how much their child has progressed over the school year. During this month, we also invite parents to our final parent-teacher conference. This gives us the opportunity to talk about their child's successes and allows us to discuss the year ahead.

March

Spring camp

We hold Spring School and Spring Camp. Various special programs are available during the spring holiday.

March

Graduation ceremony

Students attend a full ceremony in graduation gowns. They receive a certificate from the principal.

After graduation

International School
  • Laurus International School of Science
  • St. Mary's International School
  • K. International School Tokyo
  • Canadian International School Tokyo
  • Aoba-Japan International School
  • The American School in Japan

and so on.

Private primary school
  • Aoyama Gakuin Elementary School
  • Gyosei international primary School
  • Keio Gijuku Yochisha Primary School
  • Denenchofu-Futaba Elementary School
  • Tokyo Jogakkan Primary School
  • Yokohama Futaba Primary School
  • Elementary School, University of Tsukuba
  • Tokyo Gakugei University Setagaya Elementary School

and so on.