about PYP

Primary Year Program (PYP)

Leading Asia Myanmar International School’s PYP (Primary Curriculum) is a comprehensive development challenge for children 3 to 12 years of age.

Early Childhood Care and Education are vital to the success of children throughout their lives. It is the foundation for children to be independent and confident.








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PYP (Primary Curriculum)

The following subjects are taught in PYP (Primary Curriculum) at Leading Asia Myanmar International School.


To deepen the understanding of mathematics and teaching conceptual understanding and using the world-leading:

C- Concrete
P- Pictorial
A-Abstract approach.

Maths No Problem! with problem-solving at the heart of every lesson. We use this method through primary school to enhance our understanding, teach to a mastery level, and apply mathematics to real life.

UOI (Unit of Inquiry)

A Unit of Inquiry (UOI) is a central component of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) curriculum. It is an interdisciplinary, student-driven approach to learning that explores a specific, engaging theme or topic over an extended period. During a UOI, students investigate, question, and explore concepts and ideas across subjects, fostering critical thinking and a deeper understanding of the world around them. The goal of a UOI is to promote inquiry-based learning, develop students' research and communication skills, and encourage a sense of curiosity and international-mindedness.


Improve Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Viewing and Presenting Skills


Computer Programming is taught to improve technology literacy skills among children as one of the 21st Century Skills.


Children are taught Performing Arts (Music and Drama) and Visual Arts to improve their skills such as

1. Confidence.
2. Flexibility.
3. Teamwork.
4. Organization and time management.
5. Imagination.


PE is also taught for children not only for academic development but also for mental and physical development.


In addition to the international language, English and the mother tongue, Myanmar, Chinese (Short handwriting) is taught as an additional language.


Training children to become proficient in their mother tongue.

Children from Leading Asia Myanmar are trained to achieve not only IB Program Skills but also following 21st Century Skills