Students participate in a wide range of activities and experiences that are tailored to their developmental stage and interests. Throughout the early years, the emphasis is on enhancing learning experience, with a focus on play and early childhood development. We understand the importance of providing extracurricular activities and providing learning opportunities while keeping their well-being on priority. Our students participate in an ambitious curriculum sequentially throughout the early years to ensure progress toward the goals. Early childhood education has been designed to improve nutrition and hygiene as well as improve personal, social, emotional and cognitive development of the children.
We encourage personal development by teaching them to be responsible, reflective, and respectful citizens. in addition to this to enhance academic growth and development we provide learning opportunities to our students. Co-Curricular subjects Art, P.E enables us to provide a broad and balanced curriculum with rich learning experiences. Hands-on activities get children actively involved in learning. We believe that If students are physically involved, they are likely to be mentally involved. The students are encouraged to apply knowledge in different contexts to learn effectively, think critically, analyze information, communicate scientific ideas, make logical arguments, work as part of a team, and acquire other desirable skills.
Through a digitally supported curriculum, the middle phase focuses on developing independent and critical thinkers. To improve language skills, artificial intelligence is integrated into the curriculum. Art and Physical Education are offered as co-curricular subjects to help our students become creative and active members of society. ICT is integrated into all subjects to make effective use of technology. Students are well prepared for a smooth transition from the Cambridge curriculum to the national curriculum in the high phase. The students are guided to select the desired stream in the curriculum.
Federal board of intermediate and secondary education, Pakistan curriculum is being followed for the grades 9 to 12. In Terminal Grades in secondary school (Grade 9 and 10), students may choose a combination of three subjects to study in addition to English, Urdu, Mathematics, Pakistan Studies and Islamic Studies.
In Higher Secondary Grades (11-12), students must study four core subjects: English, Urdu, Pakistan Studies and Islamic Studies and three electives grouped into Pre-Medical, Pre-Engineering, General Science, Commerce and Humanities.