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The Designing of School Curricula requires a conceptual foresight and imagination. Exhaustive evaluation and improvements are made year after year to keep the curriculum dynamic.  All out efforts are made to devise the most effective method for the implementation of the requirements of the curriculum. While selecting textbooks we generally keep in mind the student learning outcomes given in the National Curriculum 2006. The Curriculum for different classes is discussed below.

Play Group, Nursery and Prep

The First Educational step that a child takes at an impressionable age of 3.5 years is in Play Group and then on to Nursery and Prep. Bearing in mind that the foundation of a child personality is laid and two third of his/her intellect formed at this age, we have created an environment and system of teaching which is entirely Child friendly. The students of these Classes are housed in a separate Block with their own work area, play-area and well equipped activity room. Formal learning of the three R’s is introduced in Nursery. It finds a more prominent place in the Prep Curriculum, when the child is five. Recognition, reading and writing of Urdu and English alphabet and small words are then introduced. Basic arithmetic concepts are also introduced here.

Class I to V

The basic concepts that a child was introduced to the Preschool take a firmer footing here and the syllabus becomes more Broad-based. The Young learner is gradually exposed to subjects like Urdu, English, Mathematics, General science and Social Studies besides teaching of Islamiyat & Naazra Quran. Efforts are made to make teaching communicative and Interactive to encourage student’s participation.

Class VI to VII

The Curriculum, for Classes VI to VII is designed to develop the all-round personality of students. It includes Academics as well as a variety of co-curricular activities. The academic subjects include Urdu, English, Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology,) Social Studies Computer Education, Islamiyat and Naazra Quran.


The Teaching Faculty comprises professionally qualified, experienced and devoted Teachers. Majority of the Teachers Posses Master’s Degree in their Respective disciplines. Professional training experience in teaching mental alertness, self-confidence commitment, general bearing and traits of balanced personality are given due weight while recruiting the staff. Even for Pre School classes the same criterion is observed and in most of the cases trained Montessori teachers , have been employed keeping in view the mental level and the age group of the students.

Staff Development Center

Professional development plays a very significant role in the effective staff development that focuses on the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for teachers, administrators and other school employees to improve the performance of students at all levels. The Punjab School has its own training centre for professional development of the teachers. In service training workshops are arranged throughout the year. These workshops are conducted not only by the professional trainers from different reputed institution but also by the teachers of the Punjab School.


Computer Education is a compulsory subject for all the classes’ upto 8th grade. Elaborate and adequate arrangements have been made for its teaching. Two periods have been allocated for the same in the school weekly timetable for each class.


The curriculum includes: Tajveed-ul- Quran, knowledge of fundamentals of Islam, learning of Namaz with translation, Hifz of selected Surahs and Ayaat from the Holy Quran, inculcation of social virtues, study of life of the Holy Prophet (ﷺ) and that of early caliphs and heroes of Islam. The school utilizes the services of qualified and dedicated teachers for Islamic education. A large Mosque has been built in the Campus.


We believe that Homework is an extension of the School activity and a crucial part of children’s education. This helps them to:

  • develop independent study skills,
  • acquire disciplined work attitudes and to meet deadlines,
  • practice skills learnt at school,
  • make rapid individual progress, whenever appropriate
  • prepare for future lessons, and
  • show that they have understood the lesson.

In the early classes, the Homework requires very little time to be completed but as children progress through the School, this span of time increases considerably. Active involvement and encouragement of Students by parents along with guidance at home for completing homework is in the great interest of the child.


Students’ diary is a ready and convenient source for parents to interact with the Teachers about the Academic activities of their child. Students / teachers are supposed to record all that is taught in the classes each day along with the Homework given to reinforce classroom learning.
The record of student’s performance in class test is also maintained in the diaries which are supposed to be signed by the parents regularly.


The School prepares and prints, every year, its own workbooks/worksheets for different Classes to bridge gaps within the curriculum for better utilization of academic Learning time. These workbooks and students’ diaries are provided to students at the start of each academic session.