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alternative education

How is it different from public education?

If you are interested in options other than public education, you may have heard the terms "alternative education" and "alternative school". Even if you are not very familiar with it, you may have heard the word “Montessori” somewhere, which is said to have been learned by Sota Fujii, the prince of the shogi world.

"Waldorf" is also widely recognized in Japan as a different educational style, but both are classified as "alternative education".

Alternative education (schools) is beginning to be widely recognized in Japan as a "school" that provides new ways of learning that are not bound by conventional school education.
In conventional school education, children receive knowledge from teachers and are evaluated based on test results. We will promote a deep understanding through experience and practice. We provide many opportunities for the children to take the lead in expressing their thoughts and learning while actively sharing their opinions.

Children can also engage in inquiry-based learning in which they can actually use what they have learned, and by learning practical approaches to solving familiar problems, they will gain the ability to apply it to their real lives. I will feed you.

In addition, there are many initiatives that value an environment where each student can learn in their own way, and many schools are creating an environment for learning based on their own interests.
Learning in a free and open atmosphere also fosters self-expression and social skills, which is expected to increase self-esteem and increase opportunities to set clearer goals for one's future. It is considered possible.


At our school, we aim to be a school where each child can expand their potential without being bound by the conventional educational system. We will support children to know themselves, find a way of learning that suits them, and develop the power to open up their lives.

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