It has been a big year for international education in Japan. Famed British schools such as Harrow, Rugby School and Malvern College are in various stages of entering the market, with more than 3,000 new student slots to be opening up over the next few years – the biggest expansion in international education in the country since 2018.
Keen to hear an on-the-ground view from professional British educators?
Join us for a special event “British Education in Japan – A Year in Review”, taking place on the afternoon of Saturday 26 November, at the Tokyo Edition, when Heads of British schools in Tokyo run by the CEA Group will discuss what Japanese media has dubbed the “British Invasion” – the most significant cultural phenomenon to move across the pond since The Beatles – and share views on developments and demographics in their school communities over the past 12 months.
MEet the heads
- Hannah Goddard, Head of School, Clarence International School
- Claire Fletcher, Head of School, Phoenix House International School
- Tony Darby, Founding Principal, Rugby School Japan
- Date: Saturday 26th November 2022
- Time: 14:00 – 16:00
- Location: The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon
- Meeting point: The Tokyo EDITION Main Lobby (31F)
Address: 4-chōme-1-1 Toranomon, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0001, Japan
This event is open to the public, and all are welcome – particularly those with an interest in British international school admissions and school life.
Clarence International School
CIS is an arts-based international preschool delivering high-quality British education in the heart of Tokyo. Established in Omotesando in 2016, the school offers a unique opportunity for discerning families to access a culturally-rich curriculum. Working closely with the prestigious British royal founding charity — Children & The Arts (CATA) in the United Kingdom, founded by HRH the Prince of Wales in 2006 — the school aims to play its part in exposing children to the arts in Japan. The CIS curriculum is carefully crafted using the gold standard of the leading Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) pedagogy from the UK.
Phoenix House International School
Phoenix House International School is an independent British prep school which opened its doors in August 2021 in the Sanbancho area of Hanzomon Tokyo. The school seeks to offer a creative and innovative independent British education within the rich cultural context of Japan. The Phoenix House curriculum and house system prepares pupils with fundamental skills and self confidence needed to successfully navigate life and contribute to society. Phoenix House has been named in 2022 the official feeder school for Rugby School Japan.
Rugby School Japan
Rugby School Japan is set to be the first ever British boarding school in the greater Tokyo area. Located in Kashiwanoha Smart City in Chiba prefecture, RSJ will offer families a range of day and boarding options for pupils living in Japan, regionally and globally. RSJ will follow a British international school calendar. Alongside a rigorous academic curriculum will sit a vast and exciting range of co-curricular activities designed to enrich character development and teamwork, driven by Rugby UK’s ethos “Whole Person, Whole Point”.