Our “after school” programme offers a variety of extracurricular activities conducted by professional instructors, some of whom are invited to our school specifically for their expertise. We strive to support the development of individuality by cultivating free-thinking individuality and a sense of self. This is done by exposing the students to the highest quality educational experiences possible while in elementary school, as children are most sensitive and absorb information most readily during this phase of their lives. Homework time and snack time are all about the international exchange between our Linden Hall students and the Oxford University exchange students. This exposure to Oxford University students is unique to our school. Oxford University students studying at the Japan University of Economics, one of the schools in the Tsuzuki Integration Education group, join the Linden Hall students to help them with their homework and engage in sports with them.
There are two types of programmes: one conducted by our teachers and the other by expert, external instructors invited to teach after school (Personal Lessons and Group Lessons). Please refer to the table for the cost of each. It is important to note that our bus service is not available after the ‘after-school’ programme has finished, so children who participate in the programme need to be picked up by their parents after the ‘after school’ programme has finished for the day.