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Colegio Japones De Madrid
Colegio Japonés de Madrid
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Colegio Japonés de Madrid is located in Madrid
Colegio Japonés de Madrid
Colegio Japonés de Madrid
Colegio Japonés de Madrid is located in Community of Madrid
Colegio Japonés de Madrid
Colegio Japonés de Madrid
Colegio Japonés de Madrid is located in Spain
Colegio Japonés de Madrid
Colegio Japonés de Madrid
Avda. de la Victoria, 98, El Plantio 28023 Madrid Spain


Spain
CoordinatesCoordinates: 40°28?22?N 3°49?47?W / 40.4727916°N 3.8296338000000105°W / 40.4727916; -3.8296338000000105
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The Colegio Japonés de Madrid (CJM) (?, Madoriddo Nihonjin Gakk?, Spanish: "Japanese College of Madrid") is a Japanese international school in the El Plantío area of Moncloa-Aravaca, Madrid,[1] in the city's northwestern portion. Many Japanese families, particularly those with children, live in northwest Madrid, in proximity to the school.[2] It was established on September 1, 1981 (Sh?wa 56).[3]

The Escuela Complementaria Japonesa de Madrid (ECJ; ? Madoriddo Hosh? Jugy? K?), a Japanese supplementary school, is a part of the CJM. The ECJ was merged into the Madrid Japanese School in April 1996 (Heisei Year 8).[4]

As of 2011 the day school had fewer than 30 students,[5] and as of 2012 it had 28 students.[6] It gives progress evaluations to students, ranked 1 through 5, taking into account the students' maturity levels. It does not use suspensions or recoveries. Students who are higher performing help those who need assistance.[5]

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  1. ^ "Como llegar." (Archive) Colegio Japonés de Madrid. Retrieved on 5 January 2014. "Avda. de la Victoria, 98, El Plantio 28023 Madrid Spain"
  2. ^ Conte-Helm, Marie. The Japanese and Europe: Economic and Cultural Encounters (Bloomsbury Academic Collections). A&C Black, December 17, 2013. ISBN 1780939809, 9781780939803. p. 111.
  3. ^ "Profile." Colegio Japonés de Madrid. Retrieved on August 3, 2016.
  4. ^ "?" (Archive). Escuela Complementaria Japonesa de Madrid. Retrieved on 30 March 2015. "8?4?(1996?) 1531681"
  5. ^ a b Silió, Elisa. "Nacer a final de año influye en las notas." (Archive) El País. 31 December 2011. Retrieved on 5 January 2014. "En el colegio Japonés de Madrid, que no llega a la treintena de alumnos, también se tiene en cuenta la madurez de cada uno. No hay suspensos y recuperaciones, se les puntúa del 1 al 5 para evaluar su evolución y, si lo necesitan, destacar qué ayuda necesitan. Los mejores ayudan a los rezagados."
  6. ^ Blanchar, Clara. "Al cole con un 'tupper' por culpa de la crisis" (Archive). El País. 7 June 2012. Retrieved on 11 January 2015. "Así lo siguen haciendo, atestigua Sudo, en los colegios japoneses de Barcelona y Madrid, a los que acuden 60 y 28 alumnos respectivamente, de entre 5 y 15 años, y que son básicamente hijos de directivos de empresas japonesas asentadas en España."

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