Brainworks – Total International School – Kyi Myin Dine Campus is an ISO 9001, 14001 campuses, offering education to students aged 2 to 19 years. The school has preschool up to secondary levels for students. Students are offered the British National Curriculum and during graduation, they sit for the IGCSE examinations.
The school offers a challenging academic programme which helps students to develop a habit of excelling in their life. The school delivers this internationally acclaimed curriculum in an innovative way which is strongly rooted in the culture of Myanmar. This helps the students to grow up to be culturally aware and adaptable to the changing world. This purpose-built campus is centrally located in Yangon, only a walking distance away from Parisian Bakery. It can be easily accessed from the Pun Hlaing station as well.
This school is a part of the Brainworks – Total International School group which runs several campuses across Myanmar. Overall, the school concentrates on the six basic aspects of students’ development – Intellectual Capital, Physical Capital, Emotional Capital, Social Capital, Spiritual Capital and Leadership Capital. All academic and extra-curricular activities are thus focused on promoting these six aspects across all schools of this group.
Brainworks – Total International School – Kyi Myin Dine Campus creates a loving environment which focuses on the individual strength of each student. The school provides immense emphasis on quality education and hence maintains a low student-teacher ratio so that teachers are able to provide personalised attention to each student.
In their day to day school life, students are also involved in community service which motivates them to do good for society. The school offers a wide array of extra-curricular activities at Brainworks – Total International School such as physical education, martial arts, dance, outdoor activities and play activities. The school also arranges overnight camps, field trips, performances and activities related to culture, history and religion for the students.