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The Aga Khan Schools, Pakistan are affiliated with the AKU Exam Board and the syllabus is based on the National Curriculum
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Teacher recruitment is based on merit and on a teacher's skills, experience and background, as well as how the applicant's curriculum vitae matches the requirements of the school. Teacher's are expected to possess a Masters degree in the relevant subject area with a minimum second division result. Following a written test, short-listed candidates are called for an interview.
An active programme of professional development of teachers is an essential part of the School's overall programme for continuous improvement. The School actively participates in various activities of the International Academic Partnership, which comprises Phillips Academy Andover, USA, the Schule Schloss Salem in Germany, the Aga Khan University ’s Institute for Educational Development in Pakistan and Aga Khan Education Services.
Teachers also attend the Professional Development Centre, North (PDCN) to attend mentoring courses. The teaching staff also visits various renowned institutions in private and public sector in the country to gain an in-depth understanding of the strengths of various school systems.
Besides requiring regular attendance and involvement in various training programmes, the School follows an intensive appraisal system to monitor the progress of its faculty and staff. Staff appraisal takes place periodically throughout the year. A formal appraisal, which takes place at the end of the year, analyses the following factors in order to assess the performance of the staff:
- Achievements after the appointment
- Professional development and growth
- Quality of teaching
- Quality of pupils’ learning
- Quality of relationship with peers
- Professional responsibility.