Educational Programs

With an academically challenging curriculum and well-rounded program of co-curricular activities, we provide our students with the tools of becoming life-long learners and successful and responsible citizens. Emphasis on the individual is actively encouraged and supported by ethos, which is caring, respectful, tolerant and with understanding of differences in abilities, needs and home background.

Following programs are offered:

Early Childhood

Lower KG (Nursery-Age 3-4 years)

Upper KG (Prep.-Age 4-5 years)


Program for ages: 6- 10 years

Classes 1 to 5


Lower Secondary Program for ages: 11-13 years

Classes 6 to 8

Higher Secondary Program for ages: 14-15

Classes 9 to 10

Special classes

To be announced from time to time

Early Childhood

Kindergarten (Nursery & Prep): Montessori System

The youngsters who experience school for the first time are welcome to learn through play in the welcoming atmosphere where they learn through:

  • Exercises of practical life which not only satisfies their strong urge to do things by him/her self but also help develop a sense of order, enabling them to concentrate, respect others, use fine motor skills, be gracious and controlled in movement.

  • Activities that directly engage their senses for maximum sensorial development which enable them to discriminate, appreciate and understand the world better.

  • Practical phonic sounds with different alphabet representation and reading.

  • Exercises and activities relating to Math.

  • Practical exercises and activities to enhance understanding in geography and history.

  • Activities and experiments related to understanding of zoology and botany.

  • Activities related to art, handwork and general awareness of environments.

  • Creating an appreciation of how all things in the universe are interconnected and how true peace emerges when all work in harmony with each other. It is vital for children to enjoy their learning and feel confident and happy in their relationships with others.

The skills and interests children acquire during early year lay the foundations for further learning. In that the learning goals include academic, personal, social and emotional development to nurture self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-discipline as their personal qualities. There is thus gradual move from learning through play to the more formal methods of teaching.

Primary School

Grade1-5 (Age 6-10 years)

The Primary education follows the curriculum in which the lessons are properly and clearly planned using Frameworks. The foundation subjects are taught in a cross-curricular way wherever possible following a combination of Oxford System and Board's Curriculum.

The lessons are to accommodate different learning abilities and intelligences. The teacher works with the children individually to set targets and each child is always aware of the next steps in his or her learning. To prepare them for lifelong learning, they are taught to develop independent learning skills.

Students in these years follow a broad and balanced curriculum. For developing good concepts in the subjects of English, Math and sciences, arrangement for distant learning using experts from "Taaleem Foundation, Karachi" has been made through use of internet and Smart Boards.


ICT (Information and Communication Technology): ICT is a vital area of the curriculum. Students have access to the ICT suites in a fully equipped, networked computer laboratory as well as interactive Smart Boards. These tools are used to enhance teaching and learning and to motivate and develop children's ICT skills.

Monitoring Progress

The teachers, through ongoing assessments and end of term assessment, regularly and carefully monitor the progress children make. By the end of the year, all children are expected to attain a certain level of understanding of the concepts being taught.

Tutor Groups

Students are placed in a group that is overseen by a tutor as their first point of contact in case of any difficulty to seek guidance. The tutor regularly checks the Student Handbook and Diary which is used for recording homework and provides a means for mutual communication between staff and parents.

Secondary and Higher Secondary

Grades 6-10 (Age 11-17)

The critical thinking program commences from Class 6 onwards to Matriculation and ICS. This enables the students to grasp the more difficult aspects of classroom teaching. This also prepares the students to deal with an international level of education helping them adapt to foreign institutions and the competitive level of excellence. Details of Courses for these classes are announced separately.

Character Building

The program for character building aims at enabling the students to cultivate social, moral, ethical and aesthetic values that exalt and refine their life. They are encouraged to learn to appreciate the work of great men and absorb their finest qualities.

Through a variety of programs ranging from team activities to social work and the arts, students are encouraged to become compassionate, creative, ambitious, efficient, modest, orderly and positive. They are taught how to improve, develop good habits, master their emotions and overcome fears. Such value-based learning prepares them for happy life.

Student Counseling

Student Counseling Program is crafted to support students academic achievement. This is done through incorporating leadership, advocacy, collaboration, equity and access to opportunities. For that, we provide services to students, school staff, and parents. The need of the students is addressed by:

  • Showing respect and empathy,

  • Setting individual, realistic and achievable goals.

  • Developing effective study skills

  • Resolving conflicts through communication being aware of the impact of their actions.


School counselors are appointed who are vital members of the education team. They help students in the areas of academic achievement, personal, social and career development, ensuring today's students become productive and well-adjusted adults of tomorrow. Our work is differentiated by attention to developmental stages of student including the needs, tasks and interests related to those stages.

Developing Relationship:

We develop confidential relationships with students/parents and staff to help them resolve or cope with problems and developmental concerns for which we provide:

  • Individual or group counseling.

  • Consultation with parents and teachers.

  • Student Support Team (academic guidance, personal/social support).

  • Parent Support (parenting workshops and discussion groups).