Greetings from the Head
A very warm welcome to Enishi International School. I encourage you to take some time to explore the site to get a feel for the school and find out more about the opportunities that exist here. Learners at EIS are taught to identify problems and use innovation while collaborating with others to design and evaluate possible solutions. At the same time, they are encouraged to take risks and explore their passions in pursuit of their personal life journey. We hope you will get a sense of how EIS is a great place to learn and develop these essential skills.
As you look though the site, I hope you will develop an understanding of how EIS is a great place to learn and grow. Enishi is a remarkable learning environment in which individuals from over 23 nationalities teach, learn and grow every single day. Our students are given unique opportunities to explore and help them prosper as they grow. Our school provides an education that combines high academic standards with a truly international personal perspective and good character.
We have a carefully blended curriculum of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP), adapted UK frameworks and the Japanese Curriculum. The Curricula provides a rigorous comprehensive educational programme preparing our students for the next phase of their education by equipping them with required skills and qualifications to be fruitful members of their own communities. This challenging education takes place in an ideal learning environment at our School.
EIS students have huge opportunities to explore, develop and challenge themselves within a caring and exciting learning environment, and we aim to help them take advantage of everything that is on offer. Located in the heart of the historic Noritake garden, EIS offers a safe and green environment near the Nagoya train station which is only 15 minutes’ walk away from our campus
If you require further information about the school that is not included on the website, please feel free to contact us directly.
Head of School