Newsletter (August 1st, 2017)

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  1. Result Day and Parent Teacher Conference (PTC): the Result Day and PTC shall be on Saturday August 5th, 2017. The PTCs serve the purpose of developing better relations between the School and the Parents, all in the best interest of the students.

Kindly note the following points:

  • The student should be along for the PTC, preferably in school uniform. Student ID card must be brought along.
  • Avoid the use of regional language and mobile phone.
  • The student should leave the meeting room when sensitive issues are discussed.
  • If you wish to discuss matters in detail, we request that you attend the PTC early or that you request to meet with the teacher on a different day for longer conversation.
  • Kindly be informed that you may review the exam papers of classes V-VII at School from August 7th, 2017.
  1. Syllabus: the syllabus for the upcoming tests starting from 22nd August, 2017 shall be sent this week.
  2. Role Play: the Interclass Role Play Competition that was held on Thursday, July 20th, 2017 proved to be a great success due to the creativity and efforts made by the students, it was indeed a confidence boost.

These were the worthy winners according to the Sections:

  • Primary Section: I E, II A, III A and IV A.
  • Boys’ Section: V B, VI A, VII A VIII A and X A.
  • Girls’ Section: V B, VI B, VII B, VIII A and IX.
  1. Water Play: in celebration of the summer season, the students of Pre-school got to enjoy water play activities, you may see glimpses of the activities on the official Facebook page of the School.
  2. Medium of Language: medium of language in the School is English, students are therefore expected to speak English during school hours. Parents/Guardians may speak in Urdu if they are unable to communicate in English. Nevertheless, use of regional language is strictly prohibited in the school premises.
  3. Reminder:
  • All Parents/Guardians are reminded to always try to use email for leave applications.
  • Any suggestions, inquiries or complaints may be sent directly to the authorities at
  • Parents/Guardians may also contact the School through WhatsApp on the following number: 0303-3000737. Student’s name, Father’s name and roll no. must be included in your inquiries.
  1. Fee Policy:
    • On every 27th or 28th of each month, the fee vouchers are sent (through the Message Diary), which may be submitted on or before its due date i.e the 6th of every month.
    • If the above dates coincide with a holiday, in such cases the dates are adjusted according to the situation.
    • After the due date, a fine of Rs. 500/- will be charged.
    • The student name shall be struck off the rolls if the tuition fee remains unpaid for two (2) consecutive months.
  2. Test/Exam:
  • If a student will fail in one subject he/she will be considered fail and star will be deducted.
  • In order to be promoted to the next class, the student must score at least 50% marks in all the subjects.
  • The marks for the annual awards according to the sections are; Pre-school: at least 95% marks in all the subjects, the classes of 1-4: at least 90% marks in all the subjects and the classes of 5-10: at least 85% marks in all the subjects.


Stars of test/exam
Passing all the subjects 1
If topped a subject with ‘Grade A+’ i.e. 95% and above 3
Securing ‘Grade A’ i.e. 90% to 94.99% (per subject) 2
Securing ‘Grade B+’ i.e. 80% to 89.99% (per subject) 1




Hadith of the Day

Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) as saying: Look at those who stand at a lower level than you but don’t look at those who stand at a higher level than you, for this would make the favours (bestowed upon you by Allah) insignificant (in your eyes).

(Sahih Muslim Book 42, Hadith 7070)



Quote of the Day

“Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.”

 Mother Teresa


12 Keys to Effective Parenting

  1. Providing love, affection, and concern.
  2. Helping children build self-esteem.
  3. Having respect for children.
  4. Accepting children and showing approval.
  5. Having a good understanding of discipline techniques.
  6. Providing clear and reasonable expectations.
  7. Being consistent in handling children.
  8. Setting strict and firm rules.
  9. Having consistent parenting approaches among all the child-care figures in the home.
  10. Enforcing limits.
  11. Allowing dissent and expression of feelings within the limits.
  12. Being able to let go of our children.


Tip on Changing Critical Communication into Non-critical Comments

Critical statements often dishearten the child and hinders healthy communication between child and parent, we recommend parents rather use non-critical statements, below are a few examples:

Critical statement: “Pay attention! No wonder you don’t know anything – you never listen.”

Non-critical statement: “It’s hard for you to pay attention right now. Let’s say we take a break and try again.”

Critical statement: “Shut up! You’re not making any sense – as usual.”

Non-critical statement: “Can we go over this again? I don’t think I follow what you’re saying.”

Critical statement: “I don’t know why you’re so lazy. You’re just not putting forth any effort. How do you expect to make anything of yourself if you don’t try?”

Non-critical statement: “Based on my conversation with you and your teacher, motivation seems to be a big problem for you. What do you think?”

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