- Holidays: It is hereby informed that the School will be closed from September 28th, 2017. Students must report back to School on Monday, October 2nd, 2017.
- Admissions: Admissions for the academic year 2018, for siblings will be open from Monday, October 16th, 2017. The seats are limited.
- Sports Activities: The sports’ activities for the Sports Week are started, therefore students may wear sports shoes, sun glasses and caps.
- Science Exhibition: The students’ skills, knowledge and interest in Science was clearly showcased during the Science Exhibition. Parents/Guardians may also have a glance of the students’ work on the official Facebook-page of the School.
- Date Sheet: Kindly ensure that the date sheet for the upcoming tests is received.
- Fee Voucher: The fee voucher for the month of October has also been extended.
- Winter Uniform: In the month of October, the School’s winter uniform is going to be available at the Mother Care outlet located on Jinnah Road.
- Chemistry Quiz: Chemistry quiz girls’ section vs boys’ is arranged in the first week of October.
- SAP-reminder, Homework:
- Homework is a reinforcement of the class work which is sent according to a set schedule. No homework is sent during tests/ exam. Students who do their homework on a regular basis are likely to perform better in class as compared to those who do not.
- It is expected that the homework shall independently be completed by the student.
- Copying is not allowed.
- Oral and written homework are equally important.
- Private home tuition is discouraged.
- Parents should ensure a study area at home free of distractions and that all necessary material is available.
- Homework should be done in bright light.
- There should be a short break after every assignment.
- Homework engagement for the different sections is as follow;
- Preschool homework is normally a writing and reading practice work.
- Class 1-4 twenty (20) minutes into three assignments daily.
- Class 5-7 thirty (30) minutes into three assignments daily.
- Pre 9th, 9th and 10th as per requirement.
Hadith of the Day
It is narrated from authentic hadith that fasting on the day of Ashoora, i.e. the 10th of Muharram in the Islamic calendar, expiates for the sins of the past year. The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) loved to fast on this day and urged others to do so as well.
It was narrated that Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allah be pleased with him) said: I never saw the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) so keen to make sure he fasted any day and preferring it over another except this day, the day of ‘Ashoora’, and this month – meaning Ramadaan.
Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 1867.
Quote of the Day
“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”
Medicine: CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) is an emergency procedure used when a person is in cardiac arrest (loss of heart function). CPR consists of continuous chest compressions until an ambulance arrives and rescue breathing. CPR is a procedure commonly taught in the world and is important to know because it can save life.
Politics: Kim Jong-un is the current supreme leader of North Korea, officially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. His grandfather, Kim Il-sung was the first country’s first leader from its establishment in 1948. North Korea has not seen the same development as South Korea since the two states were divided and is regarded by its critics to be a totalitarian dictatorship.
Sport: Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr (1942-2016), known as Muhammad Ali after his conversion to Islam, is regarded as one of the leading heavyweight professional boxers of the 20th century.
Technology: The Industrial Revolution began in 1760 when there was a transition going from hand production methods to machines due to the advancement in technological innovations.
Television: Television first became available in experimental forms in the late 1920s. The early television was displayed in black and white.
Learning a new language
There are many great advantages to learning a new language. Not only is it fun and useful when meeting new people or travelling, it is also proven to improve memory and attention span. We encourage our students to take interest in languages as it will also benefit them in the future, it looks great on a CV and makes you attractive to an employer.
Here is a list of hello and goodbye in 10 different languages!
English: hello / goodbye
Chinese: ni hao / zaijian
Japanese: konnichiwa / sayounara
Russian: privyet / pahka (informal)
Swahili: hujambo / kwaheri
Spanish: hola / adios
French: bonjour / au revoir
Hebrew: shalom (both)
Turkish: merhaba / hosca cal
Swedish: hej / hejdå