Olympians Learning Hub is the first Right Brain Learning TM programme to be launched in Yangon. It is specially designed to harness the full potential of natural right brain abilities in young children from the ages 6 months to 6.5 years old.
Olympians Learning Hub is dedicated to nurturing young minds. The first Right Brain LearningTM to be launched in Yangon, it is specially designed to harness the full potential of natural right brain abilities in young children from the ages 6 months to 6.5 years old. Right Brain abilities include photographic memory, enhanced language skills, high speed reading and calculation, creativity, intuition and imagination. Right brain development programmes have been conducted internationally for more than 30 years in countries such as the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan Our Method The innate abilities of our human brain, divided into two cerebral hemispheres, are limitless. From birth to the age of three years old, your child’s brain undergoes through rapid growth. Durin this stage, the holistic development of your child’s brain is especially cucial. To maximise the full potential of your child, the Right Brain LearningTM programme is of utmost importance. The method stimulates the Right Brain and helps to unlock your child’s immense capabilities that are already present in the right hemisphere of the brain.
NIEC is a private international school with rich and diverse community, offering inspiring and well-rounded international education to students from Preschool levels to IGCSE levels since 2008. A key goal shared by NIEC stakeholders is to provide “better education”, prioritizing excellence in academic and personality.
Kinderhouse International School focuses on providing stimulating care and great learning experience which promotes each kid’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive development.
Our school is founded based on a vision that children in Myanmar deserve the quality education with affordable school fees. We envision that children in Myanmar are prepared for the future challenges that come with reform in Myanmar. In order to benefit these changes and compete in global economy, we require our next generation to stay relevant, intellectually competent and be effective communicators. To give our children a good start, we bring in the best practices and pedagogy that are being taught currently in the best schools around the world. We are empowering the children with strong academic foundation that enables them to think critically, plan strategically in the tough competition within the South East Asia region and beyond while not missing out the childhood fun they deserve. We understand the diversities in children and their need to learn through play. Their learning styles differ from each other in four main categories which are visual, kinaesthetic or movement, language-oriented, and logical while some may have a mixture. Our teachers are trained to recognize their differences and nurture their unique abilities. Our teachers pledge to exercise “Developmentally Appropriate Practices” in line with our“Star approach” to bring out the talents in each child. Our curriculum is designed to foster the children to become the life-long learner, well-rounded and balanced with multiple talents to be regarded as highly-valued individuals in future.
The Myanmar International School Yangon organization is based on the belief that education is the supreme importance for the youth and adults of Myanmar and the expatriate community residing in Yangon. The young people of Myanmar and the global community need to prepare themselves to become contributive citizens of their homelands.
Myanmar International School offers a broad and balanced curriculum, Nursery – Year 13, modeled on the internationally recognized educational programs developed by Cambridge International Education (UK). MIS has been certified as a Cambridge International School in March 2015 and accredited by WASC in 2016. As MIS grows internationally, the school will be looking to continue making adjustments and improvements in the curriculum to meet the needs of all.
Brainworks – Total is a unique group of k-12 integrated schools offering Pre, Primary, Secondary, IGCSE and A Level education. Total accepts your child and takes on his academic development along with personality development and orientation right from Kindergarten onwards to Grade XII.
Central Park Preschool is a private school located in the heart of Yangon. A learning community where children, parents, and teachers come together to construct a better understanding of the world around us.
Yangon Academy International School is a privately-held, Pre-Nursery through Grade Twelve international school located in Yangon’s Bahan Township. The School, established in 2004, is housed on two campuses – the elementary school campus for Pre-Nursery through Grade 5 students, and the nearby secondary school campus for Grade 6 through Grade 12 students. Utilizing an American curriculum with English as the primary language of instruction, Yangon Academy strives to educate the whole child with the goal of developing excellent students today so that they become ethical, global leaders tomorrow.
Yangon International School is a college preparatory school that seeks to foster the
development of the whole child, who is a participating global citizen and lifelong learner, one who is
academically well prepared, socially responsible, culturally sensitive, and personally fulfilled.
Yangon International School is a college preparatory school that seeks to foster the development of the whole child, who is a participating global citizen and lifelong learner, one who is academically well prepared, socially responsible, culturally sensitive, and personally fulfilled.
Yangon International School is a college preparatory group of schools. The Yangon Campus was established in 2004.
Rhymes&Rhythms preschool offers an environment equipped with materials directly imported from UK which benefits children in all area of developments such as physical, emotional, social, communication, language and cognitive. Children will always be busy with different activities in the setting along with freedom of choice and freedom of speech. UK well trained and experienced young teachers will be present in the setting not only to help the children when they need help or suggest which work to choose when they become idle occasionally but also to keep them safe.
The Lycée français international de Rangoun – Joseph Kessel (LFIR) is an establishment of French excellence, member of the AEFE network since the start of the 2016 academic year. Teaching is done in French and in English, with dedicated support for non-French speakers with a qualified teacher. The school is open to all nationalities, from the preschool section to the baccalaureate, and welcomes more than 170 students today. It is approved by the french Ministry of education, and therefore follows its curriculum.
Brighton International School is a school that provides international education in an international environment. Either by adopting a curriculum such as that of International Baccalaureate or by following a national curriculum. Such as the American or British which are different from that of the school’s country of residence.
International education refers to a dynamic idea that includes a voyage or development of individuals, psyches or thoughts crosswise over political and social boondocks. The concept includes an expansive scope of getting the hang of & covering formal instruction and casual learning. It could likewise include a reorientation of scholarly viewpoint. The quest for “world mindedness” as an objective with the goal that a school or its scholastic center is viewed as universal.
The International School Yangon (formerly known as International School Rangoon) celebrated its 60th anniversary in September, 2015. ISY is proud of the fact that it has impacted the lives of thousands of students over the years.
Founded in 1952 by Ms. Jevne, an American woman, The International School Yangon (ISY) originally served the needs of students whose parents were working the diplomatic and business community. It continued to grow in size and soon became a kindergarten through grade 12 school offering outstanding academic programs to both international and local students. In 1955, a Declaration of Trust was made by His Excellency, Joseph C. Satterwaite, Ambassador of the United States to the Union of Burma.
In 1988, the school moved to its present location in the Golden Valley neighborhood of Yangon. When it moved to its new location, the school maintained the original administrative building which was once the private home of one of ISY’s first local teachers. It was also a center for the Japanese occupation forces during World War II, and an administrative center for the Burmese/Myanmar Government.
Today, ISY takes pride in being a top-tier benchmark school in Myanmar, with more than 700 students from 40 countries in attendance. We offer a program based on an American core curriculum with an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. ISY is a private, nonprofit, and nondenominational school.
Ninety-eight percent of ISY graduates move on to colleges and universities of their choice around the world. ISY is committed to a program that reflects both the school community’s high expectations for academic rigor and the needs of the multinational student body. There is a deep commitment to its mission, which encourages all students to be a force for positive change in their communities and the world.
ISY encourages students to pursue a wide range of interests beyond the classroom. In partnership with parents, the school community fosters the development of each student’s potential by seeking a balance of academic, physical, social, emotional and aesthetic pursuits.
The International School Yangon is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and is a member of the East Asian Regional Council of Schools (EARCOS). ISY is committed to excellence, ensuring that all students achieve a high level of accomplishment using English as the medium of instruction.
Network International School was established by Mrs. Carole Kyaing and her husband, U Kyaing, in 1996 as Network Early Childhood Care and Development Centre. Carole comes from England and has a background in early childhood education. Her husband, originally from Myanmar, worked as a consultant for Binnie and Partners in England. They moved to Yangon in 1990. Network began as a nursery school with just six children, all from different nationalities. As the demand for Network’s education increased, parents asked Carole to take the next step and provide primary education. The first Reception students began in 2002; the Primary school started in 2003, with a curriculum based on the British National Curriculum but adapted for the international nature of the students. Network now goes up to Year 11, with students studying to complete their IGCSE qualifications. There are over 732 students from 52 different nationalities, approximately half of whom are Myanmar. This rich diversity of cultures, beliefs and backgrounds encourages a wider worldview and the opportunity to share a broad range of experiences.
Network is one of the leading British International Schools in Yangon, Myanmar. We were the first British International School established in Yangon, providing a high quality education since 1996 based on the UK National Curriculum and Cambridge IGCSE. Our goal is to encourage students to become enthusiastic, independent, confident and inquisitive learners in a caring and nurturing environment. The emphasis is on how students learn, rather than just memorising factual knowledge, and encouraging critical and creative thinking giving them the ability to develop lifelong skills.
Khayay International School a multilingual school where Japanese, Burmese, and English are used as languages of instruction. Khayay International Schools offers preschool, kindergarten, primary and junior high classes.