Newsletter (32)

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Newsletter (32)

  1. Parent Teacher Conference (PTC): We appreciate your taking the time to meet with us, and we hope that our conference was able to provide you with some valuable insight into your child’s performance at school. We look forward to our continued partnership in future too.
  1. Attendance: Studies show a clear link between attendance and success at school for this reason it is essential that regular attendance be maintained. Please note that 85% attendance is compulsory during the Academic Year.
  1. Sports Week: Sports activities have started and continue until Friday November 04, 2016 therefore, students are allowed to wear sport shoes, sun glasses, P cap etc.
  1. Final Test/Exam Date Sheet: The date sheet of the upcoming exam is sent for Pre-Nursery to Class 10 along with the New Letter 32.
  1. Extempore Speaking: Speaking without any preparation of any kind in front of an audience can give creeps to anyone. There are many times when we are expected to speak out of our knowledge and without prior preparations. Extempore is a stage performance which is carried out without preparation of any kind. The school is taking on this challenge for Grade I - X on Thursday, November 10, 2016 with a hope that it will not only infiltrate more knowledge but also help boost students’ confidence.
  1. Participation: Six of our students have gone to Karachi to compete in The 12th DAWN In Education National Spelling Bee Competition. Our hopes for the competition is not only to compete and INSHALLAH reach far in the competition, but to also provide the children a platform in which they will grow. On their return we hope that we will find them increased in knowledge and experiences, as well as with improved confidence and skills of independence.
  1. Motorbike riding Safety Tips: There’s no denying that motorcycles are cool, fun and fuel-efficient. But it’s also true that riding a motorcycle is more risky than driving a car.

The reality is, a crash as a motorcyclist is about 30 times more likely to be fatal than as a motorist, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).

There are plenty of dedicated riders who are able to steer clear of accidents and enjoy their bikes without incident – but their success comes from following basic motorcycle safety practices. To make sure you stay on the safe side of riding, here are some ways to keep your rides incident-free. The following links are provided for detailed information:

  1. Quote of the day: When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been open for us.
  1. Hadith of the day: There is no gift that is better and more comprehensive than PATIENCE. (Sahih Bukhari 1400)

PRINCIPAL


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One thought on “Newsletter (32)

  1. About Quote of the day: we love the closed door of happiness so much that we don’t want to look for a new one… but very true…

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