Brainworks – Total International School – North Dagon Campus follows the British National Curriculum and offers Cambridge IGCSE to students at the secondary level. The school caters to students from preschool up to secondary levels and focuses heavily on the emotional and physical development of students.
This campus is centrally located in Yangon, at the corner Seinta Kyaw Thu Oo Aw Street & Shwe Tha Pyay Street. The school offers excellent facilities to students and includes a science laboratory, teachers room, canteen, dining area, lockers, technology lab and other facilities.
The school focuses on quality rather than quantity. The student-teacher ratio is limited to enable teachers to provide personalised attention to each student. The main focus remains on developing responsibility in students.
Although this school follows the British National Curriculum and IGCSE, it delivers the programme in a manner so that children develop a love for learning. The school encourages children to dream high and work towards achieving the same. Language learning is a major focus and students grow up to be bilingual, fluent in English and Myanmar language. The lessons are designed to hone critical skills in students such as decision-making skills and critical thinking skills.
Brainworks – Total International School – North Dagon Campus conducts various activities from time to time. Students are regularly involved in community service. The school offers a range of extra-curricular activities to students which include physical education, martial arts, dance, outdoor activities and play activities. Students also take part in overnight camps, field trips, performances and activities related to culture, history and religion.
This school is a part of the Brainworks-Total International School group and has sister campuses across Myanmar. Overall, the group concentrates on the holistic development of students. Six aspects of individual development are focused on. They are Intellectual Capital, Physical Capital, Emotional Capital, Social Capital, Spiritual Capital and Leadership Capital. All the schools run by this group have made a name for themselves in the country.