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All global articles feel like newspaper articles and I think that’s really cool. I think it has a lot of potential to become a large, very influential and innovative group in 2-3 years time.
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I think a website is definitely a new, creative and different way that I’ve seen service learning being spread around the school. The teamwork for creating the website must have required cooperation and needless to say, the articles posted are informative of what’s going on at school.
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...read more
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...read more
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