I entered my children into the preschool and primary programs but was disappointed. First of all, there are no NES teachers - only one local teacher has a degree from overseas. In primary, the foreigner has left. I do not consider Filipino teachers to be qualified in either teaching English or as teachers. Missus Theingi, the preschool manager is clearly lacking expertise and empathy towards parents and our little ones. Why is there no actual qualified native English speaker in charge? Overall, this is a struggling school and I would recommend following me and looking elsewhere as other parents are also doing. Not worth money charged. I do not understand why this school is calling itself 'international.'
3 other reviews for Thalun International School - (Reviews aren't verified )
My son attended Thalun during the Covid time which was a bit difficult due to classes being online. When he left the country, he attended a different school and he was at the top of his class being academically quite a bit above the other students in his class. This school costs 3 time the price with a swimming pool and rock climbing well, however the Thalun's academics was solid.
As a student attending Thalun International school, believe me when I say that the se parents are spouting non sense.
Although education in Myanmar is in a dire state, I agree with the first review. Either improve standards at Thalun or become a bilingual local school and reduce fees. Although there are some OK Myanmar teachers, Filipinos should not be cheap substitu... read full review