CPBR childcare and education program
Hybrid of several established curricula for higher achievement
- A curriculum practiced for years in Japanese nurseries based on national guidelines formulated by the Government of Japan, mainly to meet individual development needs as well as global demands.
- An internationally recognized English curriculum, “International Primary Curriculum (IPC)”, developed in the United Kingdom, to fulfill students’ academic learning requirements: math, physical, creative and literacy, taught by trained native-English-speaking teachers.
- Originally developed curricula to put an emphasis on three core areas that we believe essential for students to become a confident global citizen in the future, namely moral education, dietary education and environmental education.Through daily life and experience in favorable environment in CPBR, students will be:
- Developing sense of morality
- Forming adequate dietary behavior and manner
- Establishing environmental consciousness
Some IPC subjects are so intertwined with our core areas that teachers contrive ways to get the most synergy effects from combining them.
As IPC encourages active parental involvement in various forms, CPBR would request parents’ cooperation in this regard.
In a CPBR library, students will find the joy of going through picture books and reading books among the collection of books written in English.
For younger students, those who are aged 18 months to two years, an emphasis is put more on their development through play. To have them get used to English, teachers start providing English materials to students in variety of forms such as singing, dancing, playing and pretending.