At Myanmar International School we think each school day is an opportunity for fun and challenge as students engage with curricular content and extracurricular activities. We recognize our students are whole individuals with their own interests, ideas and hopes, and so our mission is to encourage each student to be more who they are, helping to identify and develop their strengths.
Hello and welcome to the website of MIS, an International School with which I am very proud to be involved.
The pandemic has caused huge disruption to all our lives, but the job of educating our young must not be disrupted. We owe it to them to create a sound learning environment and at MIS that is precisely what we are doing.
You will notice on this website that there is a ‘wellbeing’ tab, as we recognise the emotional stresses being separated from friends and normal school activities can cause: to both students and staff.
At MIS we have a dedicated team of trained Designated Safeguarding Leads whose job is to monitor, support and assist all of the individuals, teaching staff, students and support staff. As CEO, my Senior Management Team and I monitor all the latest research and endeavour to pass this onto our professional staff.
MIS is a school which cares and which recognises our moral imperative to look after our young at this very difficult time.
Thank you for your interest in our school. Please reach out to our Admissions team and we will be happy to answer any of your questions.
Richard MacLean - Chief Education Officer
The Senior Management Team (SMT) is responsible to the Governing Body for the leadership and management of the school. Each member of the team has specific responsibilities as described in the brief descriptions below, and also line manages a group of academic subject departments or other staff teams.
Rosie has been teaching at MIS for five years, but is originally from Cambridge, UK. Over the past 10 years, she has also taught in schools in the UK, USA and Spain. She earned her bachelor’s degree in History from the University of East Anglia and then went on to study for her PGCE at the University of Cambridge, where she received her QTS (Qualified Teacher Status).
"This is Sharon's third year teaching at MIS. She is from California and she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Community & Regional Development from UC Davis and a Master’s degree in Teaching from the University of Southern California. She has a multiple-subject teaching credential from the state of California."