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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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The resources and facilities at the school provide ideal learning opportunities to students and teachers. Some of these facilities are mentioned below:
The School has a well-established and modern library with quick and easy Internet access. It carries more than 7000 books on a variety of subjects and topics. The library subscribes to local, international periodicals and other daily, monthly and quarterly publications. In 2004, the School expects to completely refurbish and enhance the library with 2000 new books, furniture, air-conditioning and multi-media facilities.
The School’s fully equipped 20-computer laboratory offers students access to audio-visual and printing facilities. The School emphasizes education through computers by encouraging students to include web-based research for various class projects and assignments. There are no dedicated computer lessons but teachers give students access to the computer lab when required.
A full-time registered nurse provides first aid treatment, conducts health classes and maintains students’ health records. The school doctor conducts an annual intensive check-up for each student once in two years. Parents are invited from time to time to discuss their child’s health and any medical problems identified during the medical check-up.
Health & Safety
To encourage an awareness of essential health and safety issues, the School organises different doctors and nutritionists to deliver presentations on relevant topics. Topics include ‘Lead Formation in the body’, ‘Personal Hygiene and Care’, ‘Adolescence’ and ’ENT Diseases: Prevention and Cure’.
For students to clearly develop and understand scientific theories, it is essential to practically experience them. The School has an adequately equipped science laboratory with equipment, apparatus, chemicals and required instruments for Biology, Physics and Chemistry experiments. To keep with latest scientific developments and knowledge the laboratory is being upgraded with additional physical space and new modern equipment.
Art and Aesthetics
The schools' well-equipped art rooms provide the environment where students are facilitated to show their creativity through different mediums of expressions. In addition to time-tabled lessons the art rooms are usually open to children during breaks in which children are exposed to pottery, puppet-making etc. There are a number of outdoor activities including, painting and drawing, drama and singing.
The canteens cater to the nutritional needs of both students and teachers. Quality, quantity and prices of food are closely monitored and maintained by the school administration.
At the school, sports are an integral part of school activities, supported by necessary resources. There are separate grounds for cricket, hockey and football and separate courts for volleyball and basketball that are properly maintained. Among the indoor games, table tennis and badminton facilities are available. Qualified, male and female, physical training instructors supervise students' physical training and all classes have regular sports periods during the week.