3-12-11 Sakuradai, Nerima-ku, Tokyo 176-0002 Japan
Tel & Fax : 81-3-6914-9529 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Camelot offers an Early Childhood Education Program for three and four year-olds and the Primary School (5 year olds to 9 year olds) conducts learning in small and enriched classes with each class comprised of 2 or 3 grades mixture – in multi-age classrooms, the students thrive in a vibrant, inclusive, nurturing and close-knit environment alongside a diverse group of peers
Located in Nerima-ku, Tokyo, Camelot is an international community that offers a safe and secure learning environment close to Ikebukuro, Tokyo. The school operates a program for Early Years class up to Year 7. However, for this year, a program only for the Early Years Class students and the lower grades of the Primary School students is being offered. This is because the school has a plan to move to a large school building in a few years. The school will gradually offer the other grades classes from next year.
International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
Camelot International Primary School (CIPS) instructions in all academic subjects are based on the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) from United Kingdom as the foundation, and on American Core Standard for language art, and on American Core Standard or on Japanese National Standard for Math.
Camelot International Primary School also believes that students living in Japan should be provided with opportunities to explore the country and study the Japanese language; therefore all students can get the chance to study Japanese following the Japanese curriculum as the Japanese National Standards.
International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is an accredited and a comprehensive curriculum for 3-11 year olds, with a clear process of learning and with specific learning goals for every subject, for personal learning and for international mindedness. The IPC is now (2014) the curriculum choice of international and national schools in over 1,600 schools in 92 countries around the world.
IPC covers the knowledge (the facts and information children might learn), the skills (those practical abilities children need to be able to do) and the understandings (the deeper awareness of key concepts which develops over time). There are subject Learning Goals forLanguage Arts, Mathematics, Science, Information Technology, Design Technology,History, Geography, Music, Physical Education, Art and Society.