Newsletter (August 29th, 2017)

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  1. HRCA Awards: HRCA seeks to promote literacy and to create an environment for Pakistani students to be competitive and prepared to face world challenges. The School is glad to share the news of our students’ latest achievements! In the HRCA “2017 Art & Creative Writing Competition”, our students secured the following positions in the art and essay competitions in which the topic was “Voices of Earth.”
  • Khadijah Tousief of classVI – B – silver medal in creative writing.
  • Marwa Shakeel of class V – B – silver medal in the art.
  • Ayesha Tousiefof class VIII – A – bronze medal in creative writing.
  • Fatima Fahad of class III – A – bronze medal in creative writing.
  1. Eid-ul-Adha: as we approach Eid-ul-Adha, we would like to announce that the holidays shall begin on Friday, September 1st, 2017 and that students will return to School on Wednesday, September 6th, 2017.

We hope Parents and students take the time to understand and reflect upon the importance of Eid-ul-Adha. The holiday should furthermore be spent in quality family time and nice activities. We have shared a few tips on how to spend Eid at the end of the Newsletter!

  1. General Knowledge Quiz: after the Eid holidays a quiz in general knowledge shall be conducted, the questions will be based on the general knowledge points included in the Newsletters.
  2. Pet Day: Thursday September 14th, 2017 is the Pet Day at School. Students are encouraged to bring their pets along to School. The purpose of the Pet Day is to teach students about the rights of animals and to encourage them to take care of and to love animals.
  3. SPR: theStudents Progress Report (SPR) for the month of August shall be issued on Friday, September 8th,
  4. Bike Rider: students riding bikes without Child Smart Card/ Licence will not be allowed to use bike as a means of transportation to School after the Eid holidays. The policy is in the best interest of our students and their safety, we therefore ask for your cooperation in this regard.
  5. School E-mail: any suggestions, inquiries or complaints may be sent directly to the authorities at
  6. WhatsApp Number: Parents/Guardians may 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.
  7. Appearance Guideline:
    • We remind Parents/Guardians that soldier cut is recommended for the boys while the girls may either have pony tail or plates/braid. Haircut of the students is checked twice a month; once on the first Monday of the month and second on the third Monday of the month.
    • All students are expected to observe modest dress code on all functions and events. Guests/visitors may kindly respect the norm at all times.
    • Wearing jewelry at school is not allowed except on events.
    • The uniform of students must be properly pressed, minding the press of the collars and the crease of the pants.



We wish all the students, parents and staff members a very Happy Eid.


Hadith of the Day

It was narrated from Ibn ‘Abbas that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “There are no days during which righteous deeds are more beloved to Allah than these days,” meaning the (first) ten days of Dhul- Hijjah.

Bukhari Vol. 2, Book 26, Hadith 590


Quote of the Day

“Sometimes you will never know the valueof moment until it becomes a memory.”

   ― Dr Suess



General Knowledge

Medicine: the definition of medicine is the science or practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease.

Politics: a few current presidents: Donald Trump of the U.S., Bashar al-Assad of Syria, Vladimir Putin of Russia and Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan.

Sport: Usain Bolt is a retired Jamaican eight-time gold medalist in 100m, 200m and 4x 100m relay. He is widely considered to be the greatest sprinter of all time.

Technology: Apple Inc. was founded on April 1, 1976, by Steve JobsSteve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. The company’s hardware products include the iPhone smartphone, the iPad tablet computer, the Mac personal computer and the iPod portable media player.

Television:On 20 July 1969, an estimated 530 million people watched the live global broadcast of the first ever humans walk on the surface of the moon, despite the fact that the first moonwalk took place in the middle of the night in Europe.


Prescribed Acts for the Day of Eid

Eid is approaching and we have therefore included this reminder of prescribed acts from the authentic Sunnah that should be done on the day of Eid:

  • Start the day with a bath, wear your best clothes and use perfume.
  • Recite takbir.
  • Eat something sweet prior to the Eid prayer.
  • The route to and from the Eid prayer should be different.
  • Arrive the Eid prayer early and listen carefully to the khutbah (sermon) after the Eid prayer.
  • Sacrificean animal that is affordable to you and distribute its meat.
  • Meet and greet others.

We hope Eid will be a day of joy and happiness to everyone, we should therefore welcome into our homes to those who are alone and without loved ones.Sharing food with those who are poor is also a great act of charity, as most families make more food than they can consume themselves. We hope parents create a positive and fun environment at home and arrange exciting activities for the children. Quality family time and creating new memories should always be a part of Eid.

The School wishes everyone a wonderful Eid-ul-Adha!


Some of our students’ Art Work:

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