Enhance Your Capabilities after School
This after-school program reflects CTIS’ educational policy of “developing individuals who can think, learn, and play an active role in society. The program is operated by native English-speaking teachers and staff with English communication skills at the CEFR C1 level or higher.
The program is not just an after-school program where children are exposed to English through interaction with native English-speaking staff, but also incorporates EAL (English as Additional Language) classes that are conducted in a way that allows children to learn English as a foreign language in an international school context. We have incorporated EAL (English as an Additional Language) classes. EAL classes are an effective way for students to acquire an intensive knowledge of English and practice all four proficiency skills in an EAL class that is appropriate for their English level.
We also offer activity classes (in Japanese during this period) that cover “Arts, Science, and Physical Education (physical, personal, and social development),” which are included as subjects in the PYP, the IB program for elementary school students, to provide an enjoyable and fulfilling after-school experience.
2 Selectable Courses
EAL English Training Course
2:30 pm - 4:45 pm (lesson starts at 3:20 pm)
Our after-school EAL program reflects the CTIS philosophy and values of developing individuals who can think, learn, and play an active role in society. The program is run by native English-speaking teachers and Japanese staff with advanced English communication skills (CEFR C1 level or higher). Our after-school program allows students to learn English as a foreign language in an international school context. Students will acquire an intensive knowledge of English and will practice all four proficiency skills (listening, reading, speaking, and writing) in a class that is appropriate for their English level.
Students are required to purchase the Everybody UP book(JPY2,420) and workbook(JPY1,980) at each level.
2:30 pm - 6:00 pm (can be extended until 8:00 pm)
EAL 3-day Course
EAL 5-day Course
Standard 3-day Course
Standard 5-day Course
EAL Lessons to Develop Your English Skills
Our After School EAL Lessons with CTIS Quality.
CTIS Beginner Class
CEFR: Pre A1 / WIDA Entaring 3
CTIS Intermediate Class
CEFR: A1 / WIDA Beginning 2
CTIS Advanced Class
CEFR: Pre A2 / WIDA Developing 3
Fun Activities to Develop Your Social and Special Skills
Hip Hop Dance
On Mondays, we offer hip-hop dance lessons to move the body and develop expressive skills.
On Tuesdays, each student will learn to freely imagine and create their own products by using ScratchⓇ.
On Wednesdays, students practice ways to express their feelings with their facial expressions and physical movements through drama. Teachers: from ACT Performing Art School
On Thursdays, students move their bodies with mat exercises, jumping boxes, and other gymnastics to build flexibility and physical strength.
21st Century Skills
On Fridays, students will think about, learn, and acquire social skills, which are key to 21st-century skills education.
She started dancing in the United States (California), where she lived as a child. Since then, she has been active as a choreographer and dancer for many famous artists. She graduated from Waseda University.
Mr. Ryoma Goto
Actor and director. As an instructor at ACT, an acting school, he mainly teaches elementary school students. After working mainly on the stage, he currently appears in various productions, mainly video works. He has also begun to broaden his activities as a director.
Mr. Yuhei Igari
He is a graduate of the gymnastics department of the Japan University of Physical Education and is a physical education teacher who mainly teaches elementary school students. He has 10 years of gymnastics experience and 8 years of teaching gymnastics. He is also an active theme park performer.
Ms. Mio Kogi
Born and raised in the U.S., she is currently an English teacher at a school in Tokyo. She draws on her own experience teaching social skills classes at a local school. She has 16 years of teaching experience and holds a Bachelor of Education degree from Waseda University.
|14:30-14:50||Arrival, Preparation and Free Time|
|14:50-15:20||Snack Time (30min)|
|15:20-16:00||EAL Program 1st session (40min) *divided into levels|
|16:00-16:05||Break Time (5min)|
|16:05-16:45||EAL Program 2nd session (40min) *divided into levels|
|↑EAL Course ends here|
|16:45-16:50||Break Time (5min)|
|16:50-17:50||Daily Activities to Develop Your Skills (60min)|
|17:50-18:00||Getting ready to go home|
|↑Standard Course ends here|
|↓Extended hours from here|
|19:00-20:00||Homework Time or Free Time|
If you apply to EAL Course, students cannot stay after 4:45 pm. So if your child needs to stay after 4:45 pm, please apply to Standard Course.
|*Prices include tax||Standard Course (2:30-6:00pm)||EAL Course (2:30-4:45pm)|
|Admission Fee||external JPY33,000 internal JPY0|
|Facility Maintenance & Teaching Material||JPY11,000/month|
|Extended Hours (6:00-8:00pm)||JPY550/30min|
If your child is not a CTIS student, please apply for admission from the form linked to the button below.
*If your child is a CTIS student, please check the post in the Platinum School app.