- Bi-Monthly Fee Submission: fees for the months of November and December 2017 will be charged collectively in the coming Fee Challan to be issued this week. You are reminded that late submission shall be subject to penalty.
- Admissions 2018: we look forward to welcoming new potential students to our School! Cooperation and decency is expected from the Parents/Guardians throughout every step of the admission process.
The admissions for the general public opened yesterday, on Monday, October 23rd, 2017. The timings for registering is 09:30 am – 12 noon. Please be informed that the seats are limited.
- Extempore Speech Competition: Speaking without preparation of any kind in front of an audience can give creeps to anyone! There are many times when we are expected to speak simply out of our knowledge. The School is challenging grade I-X students on Thursday, October 26th, 2017, with a hope that it will not only increase knowledge, but also help boost students’ confidence.
- Biology Quiz: after the immensely successful Chemistry Quiz between the class X boys and girls held in the beginning of this month, a Biology Quiz has been arranged to be held on Thursday, October 26th, 2017. It’s time for a rematch!
- Sports Week 2017: finally, the anticipated Sports Week of 2017 shall begin on Monday, 30th October, 2017. We hope the students are ready for a week of cheering, action and competitions!
- Detail of Term-Wise Assessment Areas:
- Attention during class
- Social interaction
- Hardworking attitude
- Active participation
- Time management
- Listening comprehension
- English speaking
- Fluency of speaking
- Speech clarity
- Neatness of work
- Reading comprehension
- Writing speed
- Pencil grip/handwriting
- Withdrawal Procedure:
- If Parents/Guardian wish to withdraw their child’s admission from the School, they must give one (01) month’s prior notice in writing or submit one (01) month fee in lieu of such notice.
- Request for the withdrawal certificate is processed in a week period time.
- Fees for the month of January and February shall be charged if a student completes his/her academic year at school regardless of the notice period.
Hadith of the Day
Narrated Ibn Jaz:
“I have not seen anyone who smiled more than the Messenger of Allah (PBUH).”
Jami at-Tirmidhi, Vol. 1, Book 46, Hadith 3641
Quote of the Day
A lie has many variations, the truth none.
- African proverb
Tips to our students for a productive and successful future:
- Be clear about your goals! Think about where you want to be in 5, 10 or 15 years and plan accordingly.
- Also create daily goals. They can be anything from wanting to read a book you recently acquired, spending your allowance on charity or learning 5 new difficult words.
- Proper routines are vital to live a structured and productive life. Allow yourself enough sleep at night in order to face every day with a fresh mind. Remember, active lifestyle and healthy diet is also crucial for that boosting energy!
- Value your time. Imaging yourself at 70, do you have fun memories created with friends and family? Or will you look back on time wasted on TV and useless activities only?
- Be bold and original, nothing is impossible if you work hard enough. Successful people are not afraid of hard work and sacrifice.
- Be your own support! People may not always understand your plans and dreams, try to be your own mentor.
- Don’t think you can ever know enough. Knowledge is power! And never be afraid of change, learn to reflect upon situations and yourself in order to grow and gain wisdom.
- Remember, we think of success differently. To some it may be a good job, lots of money and status. But ultimately, life is about more than numbers, beauty and belongings. Being a nice person and a good citizen is more important. Success should be measured in dedication, kindness and happiness!
Here is a list of 10 yummy and healthy snacks you can make at home:
- Sweet potato fries: healthier than the ones you buy out! Bake the potato pieces in the oven with a bit of salt and olive oil. Serve with ketchup or any other healthy dip.
- Smoothie: mix any fruit and/or berries of your choice with some juice and natural yogurt in a blender, super fruity and lovely.
- Popcorn: popcorn is a great snack as long as you don’t buy the packs with lots of cheese, butter and artificial flavouring! Opt for simple popcorn with salt if you like.
- Chocolate covered bites: dip fruit/berries/dates/nuts in dark chocolate, you won’t be able to resist!
- Vegetables and dip: cut vegetables like carrots, cucumbers, broccolis and peppers, eat them with dips like hummus and tzatziki.
- Frozen yogurt layer cakes: they are fun and easy to make, search the Internet for inspiration!
- Fruit salad: mix all your favourite fruit in 100% pure juice, avoid juices that are artificial and contains a lot of sugar.
- Use the oven, not the oil: many snacks such a samosas and spring rolls do not need to be unhealthy, simply bake them in the oven instead of frying them in oil!
- Corn on the cob: boil or fry the corn at home! A snack and side piece everyone enjoys.
- Roasted chickpeas: drizzle olive oil and spices of your choice over chickpeas and then bake them in the oven.
Medicine: Chemotherapy is used as a treatment for cancer. There are many different types, but they work in a similar way. They kill and stop cancer cells from reproducing, this prevents them from growing and spreading in the body. Some of the common side effects are fatigue, nausea, hair loss and increased risk of picking up infections.
Politics: In 2016 a referendum on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union was held. 51.9% of the participating voters voted to leave the EU. Brexit is the popular term for the prospective withdrawal.
Sport: The Adidas Brazuca, the official and original match ball of the 2014 FIFA World Cup was produced in Sialkot, Pakistan. An estimated amount exceeding 42 million balls were distributed all over the world ahead of the Cup from Sialkot.
Technology: South Korea is the home of major companies like Samsung, LG and Hyundai-Kia. Its interest in technology is reflected in the fact that it has the world’s fastest Internet speed and highest smartphone ownership.
Architecture: Burj Khalifa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, has been the tallest structure in the world since late 2008 with a total height of 829.8 m.