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6 years old - 11 years old


Skills and qualities needed in the 21st century

Ability to think for oneself
Problem-solving skills
Communication skills
Ability to continue learning throughout life

Laurus’s curriculum

An inquiry-based, project-based curriculum that combines Laurus’ original STEM curriculum with the Cambridge International curriculum. The small, elite class size and high educational standards nurture students to become globally competent individuals.
Laurus Innovator Curriculum
Cambridge Primary Curriculum

Laurus’s Innovator Education


The focus is on reading, writing and vocabulary development in a variety of genres, and on producing creative writers. Each unit also includes discussions, debates and presentations to improve output and communication skills.


Our curriculum includes a multitude of practical and interactive activities. We teach the children the processes behind the mathematical skills and not just the skills themselves. Students with advanced mathematical abilities are provided challenges suitable to their level and opportunities to proceed even further.


Over a period of many months, you will learn programming and engineering & technology. By doing project-based research, you will go beyond your subject and research solutions to real-life problems.


As the only international science school in Japan, we put great importance on science and the scientific process. We encourage students to use logic and empower them with the skills to carry out their own experiments and investigations. The curriculum covers all the fundamental disciplines, including biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences and STEM.

ICT programming

We use ICT (Information and Communication Technology) online resources to hone our keyboarding skills and learn languages such as Scratch, Javascript and Python. They also learn to navigate a computer through the use of Google applications. It is important that these classroom activities are linked to real-world concepts so that students can transfer their proficiency to higher grades and beyond.

Social Studies

Our Social Studies course aims to create global minded leaders and increase the children’s curiosity in both the local community as well as the world beyond it. The curriculum starts off with the children learning about themselves, and slowly throughout the year, moves on to exploring the world and history.


Our physical education program is a movement based approach to physical development designed to take the child through their full range of physical movement. The focus is on learning and developing the principles of body movement including balance, body awareness, coordination and body alignment.


Our music classes cover various areas of composition, theory, production, instrumental work, and of course, singing. We teach the students how music can make a person feel, and that music can be fun to listen to or play. We even perform in our very own band and work as a team to enjoy our musical experience together.


Art is taught through thematic units. Each theme is related to specific art techniques, artists and styles of art. With each lesson, the students are introduced to new ways of expressing themselves and learn about different people or aspects of art history. The children are taught, and encouraged, to use a variety of different materials and media.


STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. With a focus on interdisciplinary learning, we are raising talented youth with the critical thinking and judgment skills necessary to create new opportunities in the 21st century.


This day and age is no longer about choosing professions. Children are supposed to think of solutions to their own or other people’s real world problems. As a school we are there to guide them in the process of learning the skills needed for problem-solving, creativity, originality and risk taking and to enable them to utilize those qualities in a successful career.


All of the classes are conducted entirely in English except for the three Japanese language periods a week where students will learn the content according to Japanese textbooks. For students whose primary language is not Japanese, or who do not speak Japanese, we offer classes tailored to their level.


Project Based Learning (PBL) is an effort to solve real-world problems by working on a single project over a period of weeks or months. Students learn across subject areas of math, science, E&T, and social studies.

This PBL is based on the Process of Engineering. Students learn through the process of discussing a problem, imagining a solution, making a plan, creating a prototype, testing and improving it, and sharing it with others.

Why Cambridge International Curriculum?

Benefits of Cambridge

・Structure and consistency
・Connects Kindergarten to Primary years
・World recognized
・Delivers excellence and global minded citizens

Benefits to your child:

・International & modern approach
・Promotes hands-on and inquiry based activities
・Provides academic skills needed to become independent learners
・On-going assessment that monitors child progression and guides teacher area of focus

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