SCHOOL

Outline

JINIS is an ‘Article 1’ school, accredited by The Japanese Ministry of Education.

We are an English immersion school, where most classes are taught in the English language.
We also teach through the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and are currently working to complete our accreditation process.

IPC

IPC

International primary curriculum

*Formally launched in 2000, the IPC is used in over 1,800 schools in more than 90 countries around the world. Designed to work alongside and enrich national requirements, it is a comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum, developing international mindedness and personal learning.

Corporate name JINSEKI KOGEN GAKUEN INSTITUTION
School name Jinseki International School
For Primary school pupils grades 1 – 6
Open April 2020
Head Teacher Deputy Head Teacher Teaching Staff Support Staff Head of Boarding Houseparents

Behind the Jinseki

International School logo

The JINIS logo shows 5 lively children, which represents 5 core skills:

❶to use the five senses❷to learn and explore what they are curious about❸to express and communicate their own ideas❹to accept and appreciate diversity❺to believe in and respect the people around them

Campus Map

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  • School

    School

  • Classroom

    Classroom

  • Library

    Library

  • Dining

    Dining

  • Play garden

    Play garden

Advisors

  • Michael Rob Gray

    Michael Rob Gray

    • Headmaster of Institut Le Rosey, Switzerland 2002-2019
    • Senior Advisor and Board member, Le Rosey 2019-
    • Headmaster of Le Régent International School 2020-

    JINIS is the first full junior boarding school in Japan and is set to become one of the most prestigious schools of its kind. For those of us committed to boarding schools, this type of education has always been missing in Japan – indeed, in Asia generally. JINIS is inspired by the finest schools in the UK, mainland Europe and the USA where excellence rests upon the complete educational experience that only the best boarding schools can provide.
    Yet JINIS is more than that since it also provides a bilingual Japanese-English education with respect for the two languages and the strengths of the different educational curricula and cultures that go with them. In this, it draws upon the experience of a number of international schools and particularly of Institut Le Rosey in Switzerland where I was Head for 17 years. I am proud to be associated with this ground-breaking initiative.

  • John Baugh

    John Baugh

    • Headmaster of the Dragon School, Oxford 2002-2017
    • Director of St Andrew’s School, Turi, Kenya 2018-

    Jinseki International School (JINIS) is a school that prepares children for life in so many ways. Whilst ensuring that the highest academic standards are achieved, children grow socially and emotionally in a caring and special boarding environment. The School is intentionally small in order to cater for each child’s personal needs and they grow to understand that learning comes in all shapes and sizes.
    It is a school where children learn how to learn, rather than just what to learn, where children learn that service and leadership are linked – that it is only by learning to serve does one learn to lead; where children learn to balance the heat of competition with the good grace of sportsmanship; where children learn that showing kindness and consideration for others is a sign of strength of character not a weakness.
    In this world, where size is everything and consumerisation is such a powerful force, it is a joy to find a school that places children at the centre and learning at the heart of everything.

Uniform Introduction

“Dear World leaders to be”

This is for children who will play active roles in the future, so I imagined a uniform that would serve as a symbol of freedom and diversity in school life in a wonderful international environment.
For future leaders, with all my heart …

Fashion DesignerTae Ashida

Uniform Introduction
Designer TAE ASHIDA

DesignerTAE ASHIDA

Attended high school at Le Rosey in Switzerland, and university at Rhode Island School of Design in America.

1991 Debut collection as a designer
2010 Designed an in-flight uniform that was worn in space by astronaut Naoko Yamazaki, the first time for a designer’s creation to be worn in space.
2012 Award the Special Prize by FECJ(Fashion Editor’s Club of Japan)
2013 Commenced the design and technical assistance in the production of “MINA-TAN CHARM”, an initiative to aid reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
2019 Starting Men’s Collection.
As a designer in the most prestigious fashion house in Japan, Tae Ashida is actively engaged in providing elegant modern design of the highest quality to a wide range of customers, including members of the imperial Family.

1991 Debut collection as a designer
2010 Designed an in-flight uniform that was worn in space by astronaut Naoko Yamazaki, the first time for a designer’s creation to be worn in space.
2012 Award the Special Prize by FECJ(Fashion Editor’s Club of Japan)
2013 Commenced the design and technical assistance in the production of “MINA-TAN CHARM”, an initiative to aid reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
2019 Starting Men’s Collection.
As a designer in the most prestigious fashion house in Japan, Tae Ashida is actively engaged in providing elegant modern design of the highest quality to a wide range of customers, including members of the imperial Family.

School Brochure

Thank you for your interest in Jinseki International School.
Please find below our school brochure.

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