Newsletter (March 14, 2017)

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  1. Creator’s Week: the celebration of the Creator’s Week started March 13th. The purpose of the week is to strengthen the faith in the existence of Allah Almighty, as well as to learn to show gratitude for all of His blessings.

   All students must bring their school bags along as regular classes shall be conducted.

  1. Advice for Medical Check-up: it is advisable that Parents/Guardians take their child for a general medical checkup twice a year.

  The School must be informed promptly of any new critical information about a student.  

  1. Charity Box: the yearly Charity Box is placed in all the three campuses of the School. Children must be encouraged at school and at home to be generous in the ways of Allah Almighty.

Charity shall continue to be collected until the month of Sha’baan, all collections will be used for the welfare/support of the needy in the month of Ramadan.

  1. Syllabus – Monthly Test: the 1st monthly test shall be conducted in the 1st week of April. Syllabus for the same is already sent.
  2. Dictation Words: in order to improve spelling and vocabulary, a term-wise list of dictation words has been given to the students, 5 words of English and Urdu will be tested every Friday.
  3. Calendar of Events: the Calendar of Events is provided to the students for your convenience. Dates/events may be changed according to unforeseen circumstances.
  4. Math Buddies: for the first time in Quetta; the online digital program ‘Math Buddies’, developed by Marshall Cavendish Education, Singapore. It is with great excitement that we are opting for this innovative and engaging tool for learning and improvement in classes 2, 3 and 4. The software will enable students to develop a strong maths base and critical thinking abilities.
  5. Morning Meeting: Morning Meetings are conducted at School in order to improve the confidence of the students.
  6. Student Assessment Policy (SAP): the Policy shall be effective from March 13th. Parents and students are advised to remain well-versed with the details pertaining the SAP as elaborated in the Parents’ Guidebook.
  7. Student’s Council Voting: the voting of the Student’s Council shall be conducted on Wednesday 15th, the result announcement will be on Thursday 16th.
  8. Stars of Monthly Areas: details of Stars for the Monthly Assessment:

Stars of Monthly Areas







Personal care




Books and bag maintenance


General behavior






Quote of the Day

“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”


Hadith of the Day

Narrated `Aisha: (the wife of the Prophet) Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, “No calamity befalls a Muslim but that Allah expiates some of his sins because of it, even though it were the prick he receives from a thorn.”

(Sahih al-Bukhari)

Weekly Challenge

Did you know?

It takes 400 to 1,000 years for a plastic bag to break down. Every year more than 500 billion plastic bags are used worldwide, however only 1-3% are recycled! The use of plastic bags is a serious harm to our environment and animal wildlife, we therefore challenge you to make a difference.

The challenge is therefore that you must reuse old plastic bags when you do your shopping, do not accept new unnecessary plastic bags for your every purchase! Alternatively, you may acquire quality reusable bags that you use for your shopping. You may also collect all your plastic bags at home and bring them to a recycling unit instead of throwing them in the trash.

For more information about the seemingly innocent plastic bag, visit environmental pages online.

Important Notes

  • Students performance report (SPR) shall be sent in the first week of every month.
  • Nails shall be checked on every Friday.
  • Students should come to school bathed, cleaned and with moisturized skin.
  • Students should always have clean teeth and should never have bad breath.
  • Students should come to school with managed and combed hair. Gel is allowed to use, but the hair should not be oily or smelly.
  • Haircut and lice free hair shall be checked on every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month.
  • Soldier hair cut is recommended for boys, while fashion hair cut is not allowed.
  • Students should always wash their hands before eating their lunch at School and use a napkin.
  • Students should bring healthy and home cooked food or fruit to School. Packed food, chewing gum, candies or frizzy drinks are not allowed.
  • Stars are not applicable to a student availing exemption in any area.
  • Student may be expelled from the School on continuous violations in any of the SAP areas. However, he/she may be allowed to complete the academic year. Nevertheless, a student found guilty of gross misconduct shall not be allowed to complete the academic year whatsoever.

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