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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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Aga Khan Education Service, Pakistan
The Aga Khan Education Service, Pakistan is amongst the largest private network of education institutions in Pakistan. It operates 185 schools and 4 hostels and supports over 200 community based initiatives spread across various regions of Pakistan. These institutions provide education to over 55,000 students, 60% of which are female.
AKES, P schools are ‘intelligent’ schools in which there are positive attitudes, aptitudes and ‘multi-tudes’ that work towards developing the multiple intelligences, multi-disciplines and the integrated skills of all those who learn and work within them. As successful learning organizations, everyone involved in the school learns individually and collectively within a conducive enabling environment to attain the aims of the school, namely effective teaching and learning for student achievement. The School Head as the leading professional develops the vision of the school collaboratively; sets the ethos of the school, facilitates and supports engaged teachers and staff and works positively with parents, the school management committee and the community. She/he ensures that policies, systems and processes all support the teaching and learning relationship in order to attain the educational aspiration of the community.
AKES, P teachers are passionate about teaching and learning, care deeply about the children they teach and believe intensely in their potential to achieve and be successful. They are intelligent, dedicated professionals, who take their vocation seriously and honour the moral purpose of their work. They teach with dedication and are developing themselves continually to improve their own performance, and through that the learning of the students and the school community. They are personal and professional role models for students and the community and are valued by both school and community.
AKES, P students develop a strong record of achievement; present themselves confidently and can compete on merit. They have healthy, balanced life-styles and conduct life in an ethical manner. They thrive in a range of changing environments and are prepared for their different life roles such as responsible daughter, son, parent and family member; work colleague, friend and leader. They are active citizens and confident, critically conscious, creative life-long learners who are always striving to reach their potential. Their lives are marked by their positive actions and service to the communities around them.