Learning

Our school philosophy

“Learn the ability to think and express in Japanese and develop the ability to live”

guidance policy

Our school is based on lessons in mathematics classes, taking into account the school age and proficiency of students. In addition, based on a consistent long-term guidance policy for primary and junior high schools, we are committed to providing detailed instruction that matches the individuality of each child, along with a unique annual lesson plan tailored to each department.

Our ideal child image

"A caring child, a child who is willing to learn, a child who works hard"

Class subject

Primary School : Japanese Language and Mathematics

Junior high school : Japanese Language and Mathematics

Using Japanese textbooks to provide guidance based on the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's educational guidelines.


Class form and class

Single and double classes

Regardless of your age, you can take classes according to your child's Japanese level based on discussions between parents and teachers.

Class days and semester system


The class days are in principle every Saturday and the number of classes per year is 40 times.

Our school is a two-semester system consisting of 20 lessons (April to October) and 20 later (October to the end of March).

An academic transcript will be issued at the end of the semester.

Class hours

Saturday 9: 15 ~ 14: 00

◇ Morning section ◇

9:15 to 11:30

◇ Lunch break time ◇

Primary School 11: 30 ~ 12: 15 (45 minutes)

Junior high school 11: 30 ~ 12: 00 (30 minutes)

◇ Afternoon section ◇

Primary School 12:15 to 14:00 (105 minutes)

Junior High School 12: 00-14: 00 (120 minutes)

* The school's opening is from 9 am.

* The Primary school is in the morning language and the afternoon part is arithmetic. Junior high school schedules change weekly.

textbook

Japanese textbooks designated by the Overseas Child Education Promotion Foundation are used. The textbooks used overseas are common throughout the world. Please check various procedures for textbooks.


About school

Children must be picked up by a parent or guardian. Students are not required, but please consider safety at home.

Free car parking is available adjacent to the school.

For those using public institutions, take the No.6 bus from Maastricht Station and get off at the 6th stop at Geusseltbad (approx.13 minutes), and on foot (3 minutes) .

* Children indicate elementary school students and students indicate junior high school students.


Library

Maastricht School also has a library (UWCM campus), which owns nearly 4,000 high-quality Japanese books. It is available for children, students and parents. Please check here for book rental.