Children usually make a smooth transition from The Educators Pre-school and are geared to start primary from class 1 up to class 5 at The Educators Primary School (students carry on from class 6 up to Matriculation).
Students are introduced to exciting new subjects, such as Science and Mathematics, and their world begins to expand at a very rapid pace.Our curriculum is relevant and current, pivoting on English medium education and adapted to the local context with a special focus on Islamiyat, Pakistan Studies and Urdu.
We endeavour to ensure that all the various elements necessary for a well-rounded education and opportunities to excel are within reach of students.The Educators provides an environment that encourages learning and facilities to enhance and support students’ education.
Our teachers go through periodic trainings to be at par with new teaching-learning strategies and our schools have well-stocked libraries, science laboratories and computer facilities.
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Co-curricular activities play a very important role in students’ personality development. It provides the platform to explore varied interests.
Such events and activities provide students the chance to try out new interests and to demonstrate leadership, learn team participation and acquire tolerance skills.
Benefits of co-curricular events and activities:
- Learning to approach a problem and discovering the answer
- Opportunity to ask questions, satisfy and engage curious minds
- Acquiring and learning skills such as observation and following instructions,
- Older students learn to find creative solutions, record and organise data, draw conclusions, budget time and money, make and keep a schedule and to delegate work time, keep to a schedule and delegate work
- Using reading, writing, research, and computer skills
Some of the main activities and events that are part of The Educators portfolio include:
Colour Day – primary level students dress up in and are immersed in and surrounded by an assigned colour. This activity helps reinforce the colours and expand their knowledge.
Qira't & Na'at Competitions - students celebrate Islamic events of significance, gain confidence, flex recitation skills of the Holy Quran and develop a closer affinity with Islam.
Independence Day Celebrations - marked with activities to inculcate pride and impart knowledge about this significant event that is an integral part of our identity.
Science Fair & Exhibitions - Models, projects and experimental science exhibitions are organised to encourage creative thinking and experiment forgotten while learning from hands-on projects.
Quiz Events - a fun way for students take on a challenge and expand their knowledge about an assigned topic.
Creative Writing Competitions – students get to enhance their critical and reflective thinking abilities and improve writing skills.
Variety Programme – an annual event, can include all or some of the following: fancy dress show, drama, singing competition etc.
Debates & Declamation – students participate in debates and declamations to boost confidence and to develop public speaking skills.
Annual Events - Funfair, Basant, Parents Day and Sports Day
Sports – races, cricket, table tennis, P.T. show, badminton, indoor games, track & field events
Please see details of minimum and maximum age standards defined for each class level:
Note: children who do not fall within the defined age limits can be considered for acceptance in exceptional cases.
For more information, email or visit our regional office.
|Head Office/Regional Office (Central)
||T: 042 111 777 800
F: 042 5754320, 5712027
|Regional Office Multan
||T: 061 111 777 800
F: 061 6750362
|Regional Office North
||T: 051 2077670 -79
F: 051 2077676
|Regional Office South
||T: 021 111 777 800
F: 021 6640876