Academic Level

Early Learners

Children are individuals with feelings, ideas and a vast imagination. They need to be nurtured physically, mentally and morally. Children in the Early Years learn by playing and exploring, through creative activities that require critical thinking. Quality Early Years Education is about three things:

  • the child
  • the context in which learning takes place
  • and the knowledge and understanding which the child amasses


In Preschool they get the chance to delve into the little world around them and learn to become independent and confident young adults. Each learning experience is carefully planned and organized to challenge each child’s imagination, skills and thoughts. Through purposeful play, the child will gain independence and self awareness and will grow emotionally, socially, physically and intellectually.


We aim to challenge our students, knowing they will rise to the occasion. They will learn to inquire, reflect and discuss; to think critically, ask meaningful questions, and listen with an open mind and to learn the skills needed to find solutions and solve problems for themselves.


Our aim is to help our students discover their areas of interest and talent so that they may become well-rounded and well-informed individuals who are able to rationalize their thoughts, formulate opinions, make arguments and complement them with vigor and determination.


The school prepares students for Cambridge International Examination University of Cambridge.
At the GCE O Level the following subjects will be offered:

Compulsory Subjects

  • English Language
  • Urdu
  • Mathematics
  • Pakistan Studies
  • Islamiyat
  • Additional Mathematics

Optional Subjects

  • Physics / Chemistry / Biology
  • Principles of Accounts / Business Studies / Economics
  • Art  / Computer Studies

Student must study nine subjects which will include the six compulsory and three optional subjects. All optional subjects will be available only if the minimum number of students is 8 for any particular subjects.(The student must choose his/her subjects carefully because any changes later on could cause problems in picking up the part of a course already covered.)