Tathva International School (Edogawa-ku, Tokyo)

Tathva International School Website: www.tathva.net

Location & address:

4-1-1 Higashi-Komatsugawa, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo 132-0033
Phone: 03-6808-9090

Regular School: The academic year is from 1-Apr to 31-Mar.:

For school year 2011-2012, Kindergarten to Grade 6 programs are being offered.
For school year 2012-2013, applications are open for admissions to classes up to Grade 8

For Kindgergarten, the school follows the International Preschool Curriculum, an outcome based curriculum that has modules with learning outcomes defined(see details here). The school has as of 7 May 2012,  opened a new facility for Kindergarten school  that adjacent to the current school.

For regular school,  Tathva International School is now officially a member of the Cambridge school Network and offers a program that will eventually lead up to the Cambridge – IGCSE certification, A/AS Levels that are recognized across the world. See this page for the school’s admission and tuition fee structure.

Read more about the school’s stated educational philosophy and goals are at their school webpage.

Old data pending verification/updates for changes:

Its K program is aligned with Jefferson county curriculum of US  (rated as one of the best curriculum in US).

After School Program:
English, Japanese, Mathematics, Science and Computer science for all grades(1-10).
From Grade 6 to Grade 10, programs from one of the best trainers in India for IIT-JEE , Olympiad etc in Science and Mathematics through Video conferencing are being offered. The reason for this is to address the concerns raised by many parents about lack of intensive training and lack of visibility about the standings of their children in comparision to children studying in top CBSE schools in India. This has led many parents to worry about future of their kids and sacrifice their careers.

Corporate Japanese Program:
Also being offered are corporate Japanese programs from JLPT:Level 5 to Level 2.

From JLPT Level 4, the programs will be customized to introduce domain specific  topics for the learners, which will help them to improve  customer interactions.

3 thoughts on “Tathva International School (Edogawa-ku, Tokyo)”

  1. I want know school schedule, (I mean school starts from XX o’clock and end at XX o’clock.)

    1. Please check details by contacting the school directly or by checking the school Website. This is only a listing and this site is not affiliated with the school in any way.

  2. My experience with this school has been disappointing at best. Have my grader enrolled at the school.
    1. Two weeks of back and forth on enrollment
    2. School calendar is an online tool for communications – non functional and inaccurate. No change or reply from principle or mgt team weeks after email and printed note to school
    3. Homework for a 1st grade in excess of an hour on few days a week
    4. Some of the curriculum does not match a graders level of development.
    5. Interesting to note US teachers working against a British curriculum
    6. Clearly not certified on the curriculum either
    7. On 1st day of school…I literally walked up to the school bus, walked out with my kid no questions asked no acknowledgement from any of the staff
    8. One size fits all “Adults” survival back pack. Must see to understand the ridicule.
    9. Sent through a note about my Daughters enlarged Tonsils, narrow throat for teach and principle awareness. Month later and a printed note – no response/acknowledgement.
    10. Online communications system…nice idea but dysfunctional
    11. Head teacher not aware of school web page as it differs drastically on mobile and PC. Some function better on mobile others on PC (Nice idea but badly executed) – Single parent had mom make a trip all the way out to Tokyo based on inaccurate web information. To date calendar not resolved.
    12. Writing and spelling for a 1 grader – has the teacher write in best adult scribble as example for my daughter to copy as practice. The word Difference looked like ditterence …
    13. On my 1st visit I noticed at least two classroom had wall to wall mirrors, the shatter type (re-purposed building). Made a few request to have these removed. I was assured they withstood the 3/11 so should be ok. Finally they were boarded over. 1st floor assembly room I notice still had these…

    List goes on…

    In summary: Disorganized, no passion, poor quality, unresponsive, much to desire…

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