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Royal British International School Yangon

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We are home to 90 students from K-12 and over 30 expert faculty members. We represent more than 10 different nationalities. We are proud of being an international school with world-class facilities and curricula, while maintaining a strong emphasis on character and culture.

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Teachers that inspire

Our teachers are highly skilled and dedicated professionals. They inspire our
children by their enthusiasm and creative approach to learning. Children learn
best when they are happy, motivated and engaged and the curriculum is constantly evolving to meet their interests. Our approach works and this is evidenced by the excellent achievement of our pupils across the curriculum.

Learning intelligently, not simply memorizing

Learning is the focus of every school but at King’s Oak British International School we want learning to be central to all our discussions, hopes, aspirations and outcomes. King’s Oak enables children to prepare for a world in which simply absorbing and regurgitating bite size chunks of knowledge will be worthless. Our pupils undertake a 21st century education, where they become armed with a toolkit of learning skills which are transferrable to their future education and the inevitable demands of the workplace.

We strive to make children enjoy their school experience

The welfare of our pupils is paramount and we firmly believe that ‘a happy heart goes all the way.’ We aim to ensure that all of our children are happy at school and are enjoying their education. Children should be able to enjoy their childhood with innocence and enjoyment.

After-school clubs make children sharpen their particular skills

After school curricular activities are designed to extend the teaching and learning which takes place during the normal school program. Clubs offered may range from specific academic areas to art and craft activities or from social opportunities and skills to specialized hobbies and interests. Due to the different developmental stage of children certain clubs are designed and run for different aged children.

Our Goal

Here you can review some statistics about our School
Certified Teachers
Students Enrolled
Passing to Universities
Parent Workshops Annually
Nationalities Served
Teacher-Student Ratio
Campus Security Staff
Extracurricular Options

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We are a growing, energetic and enthusiastic community of students, teachers and parents all working together to provide a quality learning environment.
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As an IB Candidate School, Cambridge International School, and Pearson Edexcel Approved Centre, RBIS brings you the very best in international curricula, facilities, and faculty.

Students at RBIS enjoy rock solid academics, thrilling extra-curricular activities, and a family orientated nurturing learning environment.

Call now on 01579492 or 0950257208, or message us here to learn more about the opportunities an education at RBIS can offer your child. Book an appointment with the Principal and a tour of the school.

Demand the best. Demand RBIS.
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**Press Release**
Suspected Case of Coronavirus - NEGATIVE

Dear Parents/Guardians & Members of the School Community,

Greetings from Royal British International School.

As mentioned last night on Class Dojo, I am delighted to report that the suspected case of coronavirus has been confirmed as NEGATIVE. The child has been improving day by day. At the time of writing, there are still no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Myanmar.

I thank the RBIS Charity Clinic as well as my staff and faculty for their diligence during this episode and in the months to follow as we continue to exercise all due care and attention.

This news was first brought to our attention most likely in the same way it was to yours - by means of a Facebook post which included the unauthorised use of an internal memo from the Health Authority regarding the child’s situation and personal details. The memo erroneously mentioned that the child was a current student of RBIS. However, this is not the case. Furthermore, the child had not been to school since 13 December 2019. The person who first posted this memo, and those who subsequently shared it online, did so with no regard for the confidentiality of the child nor the family. That they posted the child’s name and father’s name publicly is nothing short of disgraceful as this has every potential to lead to ostracisation, bullying etc. They also did not consider the panic this could cause among the school community nor the damage to the school itself.

As educators, we believe in transparency and freedom of information, especially where public health and good is concerned. That said, it is important to separate fact and public interest from sensationalism and scaremongering. Our first priority is always the health and wellbeing of our students and this is clearly illustrated in our actions, policies and protocols. I would ask parents and other members of the school community not to panic, but to have faith that the school will always respond effectively and appropriately, under expert external consultation where required.

Thank you for your continued confidence.
Royal British International School
Royal British International School
**Press Release**
Suspected Case of Coronavirus

Dear Parents/Guardians & Members of the community,

Greetings from Royal British International School.

Our latest information indicates that the child who was hospitalised as a precaution to suspected coronavirus has improved greatly, and is showing no signs of fever etc. We are still awaiting news from the Health Authority regarding the results of his test but will inform you of this as soon as have more information.

I would like to request that any family who has recently been to China, or who has had any family member recently return from affected areas, please let us know forthwith. Likewise, if anyone has had neighbours or members of their community who have been identified as having had possible exposure to coronavirus, please let us know immediately. All information will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

Thank you for your kind cooperation - I will update you all as soon as I have any further news.

Thank you!

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When I look at these students I see more than children. I see the leaders; the educators; the groundbreaking scientists; the titans of industry; and the masters of art that will shape the world of tomorrow.

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Royal British International School Yangon attracts children both from the local and international communities. To accommodate families who are relocated upon short notice, RBIS operates on a rolling admissions program. RBIS main intake is at the beginning of the academic year July, but the school is still able to admit children when a space becomes available throughout the year.

Royal British International School Yankin Campus
No. 15 Thukhitar Street
Moe Kaung Road, Yankin Township
Yangon, Myanmar

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