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Framewood Road, Wexham, Buckinghamshire SL2 4QS UK

Buckinghamshire

England
Coordinates Coordinates : 51°32′59″N 0°33′50″W / 51.54972°N 0.56389°W / 51.54972; -0.56389
Information
Type Independent boarding school
Shiritsu zaigai kyoiku shisetsu ( 私立在外教育施設 ) (Overseas Japanese school operated by a private school association)
Established20 June 1989 [1]
Founder Teikyo University
Local authority Buckinghamshire
Department for Education URN 110570 Tables
HeadmasterTadashi Nakayama
GenderMixed
Age15 to 18
Enrolment≈59 [2] [3]
Colour(s)     Burgundy
Website http://www.teikyofoundation.com/english-home

Teikyo School United Kingdom (帝京ロンドン学園高等部, Teikyō Rondon Gakuen Kōtōbu, “Teikyo London Academy High School Division”) is a Japanese international school in Wexham , Buckinghamshire , 20 miles to the west of London . [4] It educates 59 students aged between 15 and 18 years. [5] [2] [3] It is affiliated with Teikyo University , and the Japanese government classifies the school as a Shiritsu zaigai kyoiku shisetsu ( 私立在外教育施設 ) or an overseas branch of a Japanese private school. [6] [7]

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Campus
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

History[ edit ]

The school opened in April 1989, [8] and occupies Fulmer Grange.

As of 2013 it had 72 students, all from Japan, including 48 boys and 24 girls. Of them, 44 boys and 17 girls were boarders. [9]

Campus[ edit ]

The campus is located north of Slough , [9] and west of London . It is in proximity to Eton College and Windsor Castle . The school includes an indoor swimming pool, an IT room, a theatre, and a turfed ground. Its students live in single-room dormitories. [10]

See also[ edit ]

  • EnglandBuckinghamshire.png Buckinghamshire portal
  • Flag of Japan.svg Japan portal
  • School.svg Schools portal
  • Japanese School in London
  • Japanese community in the United Kingdom
  • Japanese students in the United Kingdom
  • Japan–United Kingdom relations

British international schools in Japan:

  • The British School in Tokyo

References[ edit ]

  1. ^ “EduBase – Teikyo School (UK)” . www.education.gov.uk. Archived from the original on 27 February 2017. Retrieved 27 February 2017.

  2. ^ a b “Teikyo School (UK), Wexham | The Good Schools Guide” . The Good Schools Guide . Retrieved 27 February 2017.
  3. ^ a b “Find an inspection report” . Ofsted . Archived from the original on 27 February 2017. Retrieved 27 February 2017.
  4. ^ ” アクセス ” ( Archive ) Teikyo School United Kingdom. Retrieved on 8 January 2014. “帝京ロンドン学園高等部 / TEIKYO SCHOOL UK Framewood Road, Wexham, Buckinghamshire SL2 4QS UK”
  5. ^ ” Teikyo School (UK) ” ( Archive ) EduBase, Department for Education . Retrieved on 8 January 2014.
  6. ^ ” 私立在外教育施設一覧 ” ( Archive ). Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology . Retrieved on March 1, 2015.
  7. ^ Mizukami, Tetsuo. The sojourner community [electronic resource]: Japanese migration and residency in Australia. Brill , 2007. ISBN   9004154795 , 9789004154797. p. 136 .
  8. ^ ” History of Teikyo School .” ( Archive ) Teikyo School United Kingdom. Retrieved on 8 January 2014.
  9. ^ a b ” Teikyo School (UK) .” ( Archive ) OFSTED . 2013. 3 of 11. Retrieved on 8 January 2014.
  10. ^ ” Head’s Welcome .” ( Archive ) Teikyo School United Kingdom. Retrieved on 8 January 2014. “Framewood Road, Wexham, Buckinghamshire SL2 4QS UK”

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      Framewood Road, Wexham, Buckinghamshire SL2 4QS UK

      Buckinghamshire

      England
      Coordinates Coordinates : 51°32′59″N 0°33′50″W / 51.54972°N 0.56389°W / 51.54972; -0.56389
      Information
      Type Independent boarding school
      Shiritsu zaigai kyoiku shisetsu ( 私立在外教育施設 ) (Overseas Japanese school operated by a private school association)
      Established20 June 1989 [1]
      Founder Teikyo University
      Local authority Buckinghamshire
      Department for Education URN 110570 Tables
      HeadmasterTadashi Nakayama
      GenderMixed
      Age15 to 18
      Enrolment≈59 [2] [3]
      Colour(s)     Burgundy
      Website http://www.teikyofoundation.com/english-home

      Teikyo School United Kingdom (帝京ロンドン学園高等部, Teikyō Rondon Gakuen Kōtōbu, “Teikyo London Academy High School Division”) is a Japanese international school in Wexham , Buckinghamshire , 20 miles to the west of London . [4] It educates 59 students aged between 15 and 18 years. [5] [2] [3] It is affiliated with Teikyo University , and the Japanese government classifies the school as a Shiritsu zaigai kyoiku shisetsu ( 私立在外教育施設 ) or an overseas branch of a Japanese private school. [6] [7]

      Contents

      • 1 History
      • 2 Campus
      • 3 See also
      • 4 References
      • 5 External links

      History[ edit ]

      The school opened in April 1989, [8] and occupies Fulmer Grange.

      As of 2013 it had 72 students, all from Japan, including 48 boys and 24 girls. Of them, 44 boys and 17 girls were boarders. [9]

      Campus[ edit ]

      The campus is located north of Slough , [9] and west of London . It is in proximity to Eton College and Windsor Castle . The school includes an indoor swimming pool, an IT room, a theatre, and a turfed ground. Its students live in single-room dormitories. [10]

      See also[ edit ]

      • EnglandBuckinghamshire.png Buckinghamshire portal
      • Flag of Japan.svg Japan portal
      • School.svg Schools portal
      • Japanese School in London
      • Japanese community in the United Kingdom
      • Japanese students in the United Kingdom
      • Japan–United Kingdom relations

      British international schools in Japan:

      • The British School in Tokyo

      References[ edit ]

      1. ^ “EduBase – Teikyo School (UK)” . www.education.gov.uk. Archived from the original on 27 February 2017. Retrieved 27 February 2017.

      2. ^ a b “Teikyo School (UK), Wexham | The Good Schools Guide” . The Good Schools Guide . Retrieved 27 February 2017.
      3. ^ a b “Find an inspection report” . Ofsted . Archived from the original on 27 February 2017. Retrieved 27 February 2017.
      4. ^ ” アクセス ” ( Archive ) Teikyo School United Kingdom. Retrieved on 8 January 2014. “帝京ロンドン学園高等部 / TEIKYO SCHOOL UK Framewood Road, Wexham, Buckinghamshire SL2 4QS UK”
      5. ^ ” Teikyo School (UK) ” ( Archive ) EduBase, Department for Education . Retrieved on 8 January 2014.
      6. ^ ” 私立在外教育施設一覧 ” ( Archive ). Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology . Retrieved on March 1, 2015.
      7. ^ Mizukami, Tetsuo. The sojourner community [electronic resource]: Japanese migration and residency in Australia. Brill , 2007. ISBN   9004154795 , 9789004154797. p. 136 .
      8. ^ ” History of Teikyo School .” ( Archive ) Teikyo School United Kingdom. Retrieved on 8 January 2014.
      9. ^ a b ” Teikyo School (UK) .” ( Archive ) OFSTED . 2013. 3 of 11. Retrieved on 8 January 2014.
      10. ^ ” Head’s Welcome .” ( Archive ) Teikyo School United Kingdom. Retrieved on 8 January 2014. “Framewood Road, Wexham, Buckinghamshire SL2 4QS UK”

      External links[ edit ]

      • Teikyo School United Kingdom
      • Teikyo School United Kingdom (in Japanese)
      • Teikyo School United Kingdom (Archive)
      • v
      • t
      • e
      Teikyo University Group
      Universities
      • Teikyo University
      • Teikyo University Junior College
      • Teikyo Heisei University
      • Teikyo Heisei Nursing Junior College
      • Teikyo University of Science
      Overseas campus
      • Teikyo University of Japan in Durham
      Junior and Senior High Schools
      • Teikyo University Junior & Senior High School
      • Teikyo Fuji Junior and Senior High School
      • Teikyo Asaka High School
      • Teikyo Nagaoka High School
      • Teikyo Fifth High School
      • Teikyo School United Kingdom
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      • e
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      Non-selective
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      • Chalfonts Community College
      • Chiltern Hills Academy
      • The Cottesloe School
      • Cressex Community School
      • The E-ACT Burnham Park Academy
      • The Grange School
      • Great Marlow School
      • Highcrest Academy
      • Holmer Green Senior School
      • John Colet School
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      • The Misbourne School
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      • Sir William Ramsay School
      • Waddesdon Church of England School
      Grammar
      • Aylesbury Grammar School
      • Aylesbury High School
      • Beaconsfield High School
      • Burnham Grammar School
      • Chesham Grammar School
      • Dr Challoner’s Grammar School
      • Dr Challoner’s High School
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      • Royal Grammar School
      • Royal Latin School
      • Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School
      • Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School
      • Wycombe High School
      Independent
      • Akeley Wood School
      • Pipers Corner School
      • Stowe School
      • Teikyo School
      • Wycombe Abbey
      Special
      • Alfriston School
      • Chiltern Way Academy
      • Furze Down School
      • MacIntyre School
      • The PACE Centre
      • Pebble Brook School
      • Stocklake Park Community School
      Further education
      • Aylesbury College
      • Amersham & Wycombe College
      • Buckinghamshire University Technical College
      Defunct
      • Amersham Hall
      • Lady Verney High School
      • London Central Elementary High School
      See also
      • Schools in the Borough of Milton Keynes
      • v
      • t
      • e
      International schools in the United Kingdom
      London
      • Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle
      • Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill
      • German School London
      • Greek Secondary School of London
      • Japanese School in London
      • The Norwegian School in London
      • Russian Embassy School in London
      • King Fahad Academy
      • Instituto Español Vicente Cañada Blanch
      • The Swedish School in London
      • The American School in London
      • ACS International Schools
      • Marymount International School
      • Southbank International School
      Elsewhere in England
      • Anglo European School
      • Teikyo School United Kingdom
      • Rikkyo School in England
      • The American School In England
      • ACS International Schools
      Scotland
      • International School of Aberdeen
      Former
      • European School, Culham
      • Gyosei International School UK
      • v
      • t
      • e
      Overseas Japanese day and boarding schools
      Schools with Japan system senior high school classes are marked with asterisks (*). Weekend/supplementary schools ( hoshū jugyō kō ) are located in a separate template
      Nihonjin gakkō
      Africa
      • Cairo
      • Johannesburg
      • Nairobi
      Australia
      • Melbourne
      • Perth
      • Sydney
      East, South,
      and Southeast Asia
      • Bangkok
      • Beijing
      • Colombo
      • Dalian
      • Dhaka
      • Guangzhou
      • Hanoi
      • Hong Kong
      • Ho Chi Minh City
      • Islamabad
      • Jakarta
      • Kaohsiung
      • Karachi
      • Kuala Lumpur
      • Manila
      • Mumbai
      • New Delhi
      • Seoul
      • Shanghai (*)
      • Shenzhen
      • Singapore
      • Sriracha, Thailand
      • Suzhou
      • Taichung
      • Taipei
      • Yangon
      Europe
      • Amsterdam
      • Barcelona
      • Berlin
      • Brussels
      • Bucharest
      • Budapest
      • Düsseldorf
      • Frankfurt
      • Hamburg
      • London
      • Madrid
      • Milan
      • Moscow
      • Munich
      • Paris
      • Prague
      • Rome
      • Rotterdam
      • Vienna
      • Warsaw
      • Zurich
      Middle East
      • Abu Dhabi
      • Bahrain
      • Doha
      • Dubai
      • Istanbul
      • Jeddah
      • Riyadh
      • Tehran
      Mexico and Central America
      • Mexico City
      • Panama City
      • San José
      South America
      • Lima
      • Manaus
      • Rio de Janeiro
      • São Paulo
      United States
      • Chicago
      • Greenwich (New York area)
      • Guam
      • New Jersey (New York area)
      Shiritsu zaigai
      kyōiku shisetsu
      • Josuikan Bangkok Int’l School (*)
      • Keio Academy of New York (*)
      • Kumon Leysin Academy (*)
      • Nishiyamato Academy
      • Rikkyo School (*)
      • Seigakuin Atlanta
      • Teikyo School (*)
      • Waseda Shibuya Sr. High (*)
      Unapproved by MEXT
      • Lyceum Kennedy
      • Sundai Michigan International Academy
      Closed
      Closed nihonjin gakkō
      • Athens
      Closed Shiritsu zaigai
      kyōiku shisetsu
      • Gyosei International School UK (*)
      • Lycée Konan (*)
      • Lycée Seijo (*)
      • South Queensland Academy (*)
      • Sundai Ireland (*)
      • Tennessee Meiji Gakuin High School (*)
      • Toin Gakuen Schule (*)
      • Tokai University Boarding School (*)
      Closed unapproved schools
      • International Bilingual School
      Turkey is not included in the classification of Europe by the Japanese Ministry of Education (MEXT).
      Nihonjin gakkō are day schools operated by Japanese associations and usually only include, within the Japanese system, primary and junior high school levels. Shiritsu zaigai kyōiku shisetsu are overseas branches of Japanese schools; these are boarding and day schools.
      MEXT categorizes Japanese sections of European international schools as hoshū jugyō kō part-time schools and not as full-time schools. See the template for part-time schools .

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          Teikyo School has an ideal location – only 30 minutes by car from the centre of London and Windsor Castle , even less by train. Hampton Court , Oxford and Stratford Upon Avon are within easy travelling distance.

          Built originally as a family home, the college is now the UK Campus of Teikyo University, a highly prestigious and much respected Japanese Educational Foundation. The accommodation and facilities are therefore of an extremely high standard.

          There is a bus link for transfers into the busy shopping town of Slough (10 minutes) with its indoor shopping mall, cinema complex, ice skating arena and fast trains direct to London .

          The college has a superb indoor pool, modern sports hall, tennis courts, playing fields and classrooms. It’s safe rural location makes it an ideal choice for younger students.

          School File:

          •  Age: 8-12 and 13-17

          •  3 Tennis courts

          •  Sports Hall

          •  Indoor Swimming Pool, jacuzzi and sauna

          •  Playing Fields

          •  Indoor lecture theatre

          •  Each study bedroom (2 or 3 beds) has private facilities (shower/bath and wc).

          •  Accommodation blocks have security codes.

          •  Number of beds: 300

          •  Continental or English breakfast; hot 2 course lunch and evening meal (self service style). Packed lunches with full day excursions

          •  Full day excursions include: London and Oxford . Half days include: Windsor or Reading or Henley-on-Thames

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