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Crispy Chips, Sincere Smiles

In a heart-warming gathering at the Kyaik Wine Disabled Center, the group that goes by the name of “Community Kitchen” visited the children to interview, offer snacks, and bond with the orphans at the center. With dedicated leaders Maheem and Chan...

Inle Now in Play

In April last school year, Sayar Zaw Latt from Inle Heritage Private School visited ISY to learn about teaching methods and working with young children. A few days ago, he sent us his reflection on what he learned and how he will apply these skills...

The Climate is Changing… So Why Aren’t We?

On Friday, the 20th of September, the Eco Schools Team, formerly known as SEEDs, organized and led a protest to speak up about climate action. They listed their main concerns about our school’s contribution to climate change. Students from both...

Flood Drive to Lifeline

The ISY Community in Action service learning group is collecting items for a flood drive donation to villagers affected in Mawlamyine of Mon State. The goods will go to Mr. U Win, Daw Khin Kyi Foundation, and the Ayeyarwady Foundation and they will...

Give it a Shot

Here's an exclusive Q&A Session with Shin Shin, MCHP Student Leader. Q. Why did you start doing MCHP? A. I always wanted to start a service learning group. For example, in 6th grade, I started a group called Happy Day, which strived to make...

A PAWWerFUL Start for YAS

Photograph Taken By Shwe Waddy Yangon Animal Shelter has started off strong this school year. Unlike previous years, YAS has organized its members into different groups (such as Finance, Fundraising, Design, Human Resources, and Communication) for...

Fruit for Thought

Photograph Taken By Hayman Han Last week, MS Community Kitchen prepared food together as a group for the first time. It was their second meeting, the first having been a planning session. Students brought in various fruits that were used to make...

Global Goals

Recently, Mr. Palange’s photography students were given an assignment titled “Sustainable Service Photo Shoot”. They were to photograph for the greater good of the community and use these photos as a powerful tool to raise awareness of current...

“Are you really going to build a school?”

Last week a small group of ISY faculty visited Wan Kaung village in Eastern Shan State to meet the villagers and find out more about the project to build a school in partnership with the NGO  United World Schools (UWS). The ISY team (Dr. Hedger,...

Dr. Hedger’s Insight on Service Learning

When Dr. Hedger got to the International School Yangon, he started exploring in the community to see how ISY could be more engaged in service learning.  Since working with one of his favorite professors years ago, Dr. Hedger has been very...

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Crispy Chips, Sincere Smiles

In a heart-warming gathering at the Kyaik Wine Disabled Center, the group that goes by the name of “Community Kitchen” visited the children to interview, offer snacks, and bond with the orphans at the center. With dedicated leaders Maheem and Chan Mya, the group...

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Inle Now in Play

In April last school year, Sayar Zaw Latt from Inle Heritage Private School visited ISY to learn about teaching methods and working with young children. A few days ago, he sent us his reflection on what he learned and how he will apply these skills in the school back...

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The Climate is Changing… So Why Aren’t We?

On Friday, the 20th of September, the Eco Schools Team, formerly known as SEEDs, organized and led a protest to speak up about climate action. They listed their main concerns about our school’s contribution to climate change. Students from both middle and high school...

read more