Introduction

As a Cambridge International School, MIS offers a broad and balanced curriculum, from Nursery - Year 13.  The school was purposefully built and opened in 2009 to provide the best possible learning environment for its students. The facilities are modern and the resources and learning strategies used by staff ensure students are receiving an international education designed for the 21st century.

We feature:

  • New school buildings with modern facilities
  • Qualified, experienced international staff
  • Class size restricted to 20
  • English as the medium of instruction
  • ESL support for those who require it
  • Latest textbooks and resource materials
  • Learning strategies and technology appropriate for today’s education
  • Enrichment classes and extra-curricular activities
  • Primary and Secondary Libraries
  • 3 fully equipped Science laboratories
  • Primary and Secondary computer laboratories
  • Music and Dance Studio
  • Performing Arts Auditorium
  • Specialist Art and Food & Nutrition classrooms
  • Sports field and covered court
  • Student canteen
  • First Aid room

Staff at MIS come from varied international backgrounds including Australia, England, Ireland, Germany, Spain, India, New Zealand, the Philippines, Russia, South Africa, and the USA. Most classes have an assistant teacher who works closely with the classroom teacher, especially in the area of ESL support.

We have 25 different nationalities represented in the student body of around 650 students. The majority of our students are Myanmar. We have a strong representation of students with Chinese nationality. The following are also represented: Japan, USA, Australia, Malaysia, Korea, Russia, India, South Africa, Thailand, as well as other countries.

MIS Year levels and programmes of study

Primary School

  • Nursery & Kindergarten (3-5 years)

Learning takes place in a supportive and stimulating environment.  Through play, music and the arts children lay foundations for further studies.  An emphasis is placed on phonetics as a lead up to reading.

  • Years 1-6 (5-11 years)

Core subjects of Mathematics, English, Science, Information & Communication Technology and Social Studies
Enrichment courses in Art, Music, Physical Education and Myanmar Studies
Extracurricular and after school activities including Board games, Modern Dance, Glee Club, Speed Typing, Card Making

Secondary School

  • Years  7, 8 and 9

Broad and balanced programme of international study developed by Cambridge International Education
Core subjects including English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, ICT
Enrichment courses in Music, Art, Drama, Myanmar Studies and Physical Education

  • Year 10 and 11

IGCSE examinations in English, Mathematics, ICT, Coordinated Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), History, and Business Studies
Enrichment courses including Drama and Food & Nutrition
Extra-curricular activities include sports, clubs and the arts
Field trips to expand the classroom learning process by visiting cultural, historical, entertainment or business establishments in the local area or further afield