Safari Kids International School Tokyo
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At Safari Kids International School we provide a fully integrated preschool curriculum for children 2 to 4 years of age and kindergarten curriculum for children 4 to 6 years of age. Our programs are designed to promote each child's physical, social, emotional, academic and cognitive skills development. There are two classes in our preschool program; Missy Mouse Class for children aged 2 to 3, and Robby Rabbit Class for children aged 3 to 4. Our kindergarten program is divided into two classes depending on the child's age and academic experience and ability; Deedee Deer Class 1 and Deedee Deer Class 2.

Children are placed in level appropriate classes and move up to the next class based on detailed assessments. In all the classes at Safari Kids, our qualified and experienced teachers follow academic targets and monthly themes in a full year comprehensive curriculum and give warm and attentive care in a nurturing environment.

Children are academically stimulated and encouraged to participate in class discussion as they progress through the Safari Kids' program, and as they gain self-confidence they expand and develop their creativity, social skills, and self-esteem.

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