Our curriculum is:
respected and admired by top universities around the world, it opens many doors for our graduates as they pursue further education.
Rigorous and challenging it applies high standards and expectations to ensure the very best education.
Our pupils explore and research ideas, themes, and concepts, and develop their own body of knowledge at their own pace of learning.
Providing a deeper and broader knowledge in a wide range of subject areas, it develops pupils as global citizens.
With input from schools and teachers in the professional network, and in collaboration with other schools and teachers around the world, our curriculum adheres to global standards and meets the needs of our pupils and the community, its quality is therefore assured.
Malvern College Tokyo aims to be the first all-through IB British-branded school in Tokyo and the school intends to offer the International Baccalaureate at primary and secondary programmes.
Malvern College Tokyo will follow the example of Malvern College UK and Malvern College Hong Kong by offering a globally accepted and well-established curriculum, one which will give pupils opportunities to continue their studies at a wide variety of universities around the world. We believe an internationally accepted programme will not only meet the needs of our culturally diverse pupil body but will also provide significant opportunity to recognise education as both global in content and outlook and also emphasise the interconnectedness of knowledge.
Very young learners need to be stimulated, and to collaborate and interact with their peers and teachers and to make effective use of the curriculum. Our Early Years programme is a holistic learning experience that integrates socio-emotional, physical, and cognitive development. In the Primary classroom, learning takes place in a dynamic environment that promotes play, discovery, and exploration.
Our Primary Programme is an inquiry-based, transdisciplinary curriculum focusing on the development of the whole child. It addresses pupils’ academic, social and emotional wellbeing and encourages pupils to develop independence and accountability for their own learning. Pupils make connections between local and global issues in a real-world context and establish personal values as a foundation for international-mindedness.
Our Secondary Programme empowers our pupils to become independent learners. Young people need confidence, resilience and initiative to flourish in today’s modern world. The programme provides an excellent foundation for developing these characteristics and supports pupils in becoming critical thinkers, with strong intercultural understanding and outstanding communication skills.
The Sixth Form
The Sixth Form nurtures pupils’ research and learning capabilities while they study a rigorous, academically challenging and balanced programme designed to prepare pupils for success at university and life.