Brainworks – Total International School – Thingangyun Campus follows the British National Curriculum and caters to students aged 2 to 19 years. It is a part of the Brainworks-Total International School group which runs several schools across Myanmar. This campus is conveniently located on Pyi Thar Yar Street, very close to Pagoda Street. The school provides excellent facilities in a lush green campus.
In the primary and secondary levels, this school follows the British National Curriculum. Students of upper secondary levels are offered the IGCSE curriculum. The school puts immense emphasis on the development of good habits and students grow up with an inherent love for learning. It also teaches students to aim high in life and work towards achieving their dreams.
Although the school follows an international curriculum and puts in every effort to nurture a global mindset in students, it is strongly grounded to the local culture of Myanmar. Students are taught about the traditions of the country and are given lessons in Myanmar language.
Brainworks – Total International School – Thingangyun Campus also strongly focuses on providing good quality education. It maintains a low student-teacher ratio to help teachers provide personalised attention to students. Along with academics, the teacher community works hard to instill skills such as responsibility and community service in students. Children regularly take part in community service. They also participate in co-curricular activities such as physical education, martial arts, dance, outdoor activities and play activities. The school organises overnight camps, field trips, performances and activities related to culture, history and religion as well.
The school offers extensive facilities to aid the learning process of children. There is a science laboratory, teachers room, canteen, dining area, lockers, technology lab and other facilities. Overall, the school concentrates on various aspects of an individual’s well being such as Intellectual Capital, Physical Capital, Emotional Capital, Social Capital, Spiritual Capital and Leadership Capital.