Brainworks Total School
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. We have no. of branches in Myanmar which are accredited by Cambridge International School and also certified by ISO 9001, 14001.
Brainworks preferred practices in pre-school education with the fastest growing methods of the world-renowned Playway education system. We believe every child is unique and needs individual attention to help channelize his energies. The programme recognises the uniqueness of every child and develops it further.
Admission to Brainworks – TOTAL Learning Academy Family of schools is highly competitive. Strict admission guidelines are adhered to. Admission is based upon age requirements, recommendations, and placement testing. New admissions to the school occur in May and June through placement testing. Late admissions are considered only under exceptional circumstances. most often in the case of new arrivals to the country and/or the city.
Cambridge Primary is mainly for 5-11 age groups. We believe to provide the meaningful instruments for learning that would provide the essential intellectual, emotional, psychological and spiritual power to the learner that makes him/her a confident, competent and contributive citizen of the society.
Brainworks Total International School In Yangon provides students with excellent preparation for their next step in education.
Brainworks-Total Group of schools are located in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar. In the Ten years since our founding, Brainworks-Total Group of Schools has expanded to 11 branches with over 2500 very motivated students, and 400 dedicated teachers and staff with ongoing expansion plans. We are an approved Cambridge School as well as holding both “ISO9001 and ISO14001” accreditations…more
Our responsibility extends beyond the mere transmission of knowledge and skills within specialized content areas. In addition to the academic objectives that we support our students to achieve in the classroom, we also encourage them to learn about the greater world around them, along with their own place and role in this world.
We encourage our students to accomplish this task experimentally, so that they can learn by doing and reflecting in addition to the normal practice of studying.
- Distinguishing right from wrong.
- Being able to build friendship with others.
- Having a lively curiosity about things.
- Being able to think for and express himself/herself.
Academic development enhances the intellectual capital of the children. While emphasizing on the development of intellectual capital importance should be given to develop physical, social, emotional, Leadership and Spiritual Capitals of the children. Success can be measured with this TOTAL DEVELOPMENT and such development is the joint responsibility of the school and the parents. Developing the right LIFESTYLE and ATTITUDE in children will help them to overcome any challenges in their life.
- Having learn to share and put others first.
- Take pride in her/his work.
- Have cultivated health habits.
- Love Myanmar.
- Academic Excellence.
- Integrity, Truth and Honesty.
- Healthy Mind & Body.
- Innovation and Creativity.
If we don’t want to face the challenges in the coming century, then we need to keep our natural environment healthy and protected this is most important. Our perspective of personal enrichment, spending extended time in nature can have a rejuvenating effect on the mind and body, and give an alert and active freshness to the spirit.
We help students to acquire a better sense of balance, body awareness, coordination, flexibility, strength, cardiovascular conditioning, physical endurance, and stamina.
A professional wilderness guide with extensive experience in the United States, India, Nepal, and Pakistan has been working with us to expand this program.
Clubs and Sports
The clubs take place outside of normal school hours, and all Primary and Secondary students are required to take at least one. Clubs meet once every two weeks.