Newsletter (March 21, 2017)

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  1. Date Sheet: the date sheet of the 1st monthly test shall be sent for classes Pre-Nursery to IX in this week.
  2. Pakistan Day Holiday: the School shall remain closed on Thursday March 23rd on account of the Pakistan Resolution Day.
  3. Spring Week: please be informed that Pre-Nursery to class IV students will be celebrating Spring Week from 28th March to April 1st. Related activities will be arranged during the regular school days.
  4. Charity Box: like every year, a Charity Box is placed in all the three campuses of the School to encourage students’ generousity by spending in the way of Allah Almighty. Charity shall continue to be collected until the month of Sha’baan and all collections will be used for the welfare/support of the needy in the month of Ramadhan.
  5. 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.
  6. 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 enabel students to develop a strong maths base and critical thinking abilities. For further information, kindly watch the video on the provided link:
  7. Parent Teacher Conference (PTC): at L.O.S we believe that a child’s educational growth is a shared responsiblity of the Home and School. Mutual understanding, respect and effort is crucical for the cooperation to be successful. The School arranges 4 PTCs at regular intervals throughout the academic year where the Home and School will be able to meet in order to discuss a student’s progress. Parents will be able to better understand their child’s strenghts and weaknesses and how they can be of support at Home. Parents are requested to share their suggestions with teachers regarding any improvement or concern regarding their child’s development. The main objective is to establish an ideal collaboration with a child’s best interest in mind.

Please be informed that the 1st PTC for the academic year of 2017 is scheduled to be held on Saturday April 1st, 2017. You may meet the teacher anytime between 08:30 a.m. to 02:30 p.m. All parents are requested to be brief and specific during the meeting.

  1. Formal Assessment:

8.1  Pre-School

The students of Playgroup, Nursery and Kindergarten will be assessed in written as well as oral by a talent show on a monthly basis, for the subjects of English, Math, Urdu and General Knowledge. The knowledge and understanding in these four subjects shall be assessed. The syllabus for the talent show will be shared with the parents in the beginning of every month.

8.2  Classes of 1, 2, 3 and 4

For the classes of 1 to 4 there will be monthly written tests and a talent show once in a term. The talent show will test the student’s oral knowledge and concepts.

8.3  Classes of 5, 6 and 7

Classes of 5, 6 and 7 will have four written monthly tests and one exam in the end of each term that will test both their written and oral knowledge and skills.

8.4  Classes of 8, 9 and 10

The students will have a written test and a presentation four times in a year, and in the end of the year there will be a mock exam.

8.5  Class 9th and 10th Policy

The Students’ progress is of high importance in 8th (pre 9th), 9th and 10th.

8.5.1 If the performance of a student is not up to the required standard, he/she will be given a warning with               the expectation of improvement.

8.5.2 In case of no improvement the student will be demoted to the previous class.

          And if after repeating the class the performance is still poor the student will be expelled

  1. Stars of Test/Exam

Stars of test/exam


Passing all the subjects


If topped a subject with ‘Grade A+’ i.e. 95% and above


Securing ‘Grade A’ i.e. 90% to 94.99% (per subject)


Securing ‘Grade B+’ i.e. 80% to 89.99% (per subject)




  1. Grading System and Awards




95 and above














Below 50


  1. Students’ Council 2017





Class VI A Syed Hassan Raza Naqvi

Class VI A Sher Bano

Class VI B Muhammad Rehan Tareen

Class VI B Khadija Tousief

Class VII A Muhammad Khizar Tareen

Class VII A Fatima Nadeem

Class VII B Asim Raza Foladi

Class VII B Malala Ghilzai

Class VIII A Abu Bakar Wali

Class VIII A Rida Batool

Class VIII B Muhammad Subhan Kasi

Class VIII B Romaisa Azeem

Class IX Syed Abbas Hussain Zaidi

Class IX Fizza Abbas Dar



Class IX Syed Fazal-Ur-Rehman

Class IX Brumsh


Quote of the day

“You might be poor, your shoes might be broken, but your mind is a palace.”

Frank McCourt

Hadith of the day

Reported by `Aisha: (the wife of the Prophet): Never did Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) make a choice between two things but adopting the easier one as compared to the difficult one, but his choice for the easier one was only in case it did not involve any sin, but if it involved sin he was the one who was the farthest from it amongst the people.

(Sahih Muslim, Book 43, Hadith 106)

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