Course Features

Teikyo School United Kingdom is a Candidate School for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.

This school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy – a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Teikyo London United Kingdom believes is important for our students.
Only schools authorized by the IB Organization can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme, or the Career-related Programme (CP). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted. For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit

Course Feature

1. Practical English is emphasised in lessons (including more than 10 hours of English lessons per week)
2. Football Course is available
3. Exchange events with local schools, work experience and voluntary work in the local community
4. Learn about European history and culture through trips
5. Recommended entry to some universities

Four courses are available

Humanities Course
For students aiming to study an arts related subject at university.
Focus is mainly practical English and Japanese essay writing.
Science / Maths Course
For students aiming to study a maths or science related subject at university.
Focus is mainly science and maths.
Football Course
Students have the opportunity to obtain their level 1 and 2 FA coaching licences under the instruction of qualified English coaches.
The footballing students also train extensively and represent the Teikyo School football team in league and cup competition.
Art Course
The International GCSE Art & Design syllabus is designed to enable students to explain and understand the artistic world around them.
The course also includes in depth study of Textiles and Fashion, giving students a knowledge of key theories and practical skills, and a highly valued qualification.


Teikyo boarders talk about enjoying being part of a community, building friendships, learning to be independent and being able to access a wide range of opportunities. Parents can be reassured that their sons and daughters are receiving the very best of pastoral care whilst living in a very secure environment with plenty of open space and fresh air.

Teikyo boarding encourages firm friendships to develop, lasting throughout school and beyond. It offers the opportunities for students to take on leadership roles, learn a keen sense of community and develop skills of caring and sharing. Older students mentor younger students.

Evenings and weekends are structured to ensure that time is allowed for academic studies, co-curricular activities, further enrichment, and sports. Weekend trips into London are very popular, visiting museums, galleries, and other famous places. The boarding house is also a place for rest and contemplation. All students enjoy individual accommodation in respect of their privacy.

Boarding at Teikyo is an exciting experience, ably supported by duty staff, resident tutors, and welfare professionals. We take special care to ensure that children whose parents are overseas feel at home.


Name Subject
Headmaster Yukihiro Hamada English
Deputy Headmaster Hideharu Tsutsumi Social studies
Teacher Wakako Yachidate Japanese
Teacher Koki Hatsuta Japanese
Teacher Daisuke Endo Maths
Teacher Madoka Usami Maths
Teacher Masaaki Tanioka Science
Teacher Masahiro Nyui Social studies
Teacher Richard Ingram English
Teacher Mari Kubo English
Teacher Ritsuko Homma English
Teacher Gregory Mackay English
Teacher Gary Close English
Teacher Maina Brahma English
Teacher Lesley Morson English
Teacher Daisuke Mitani PE / Football course
Teacher Manami Nakamoto PE / Domestic Science
Teacher Aiko Takano Art
Teacher Shikiko Aoyama Art
Welfare Officer Rueko Kuriki