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Girls Wing



The curriculum followed is the National Curriculum of Pakistan (with Islam and Arabic books prescribed by the local Ministry of Education). The curriculum strives to create a harmonious balance between academic demands, sporting and cultural activities and community life.


Girls Wing prides itself on being the center of activities aimed at students’ personal and social development. 
The day starts with a very heart-touching and inspirational moral address by Staff and the Headmistress, during the Morning Assembly. We have a very well-planned and effective “tarbiah” (moral education) program in place which strives that our students’ character should be that of practicing Muslims and patriotic Pakistanis.
The character-building process is reinforced by the Student Counselor, providing guidance as and when needed. There are class-wise presentations by the students on our core values also.


Girls Wing is a thriving hub of activities ranging from celebrations marking significant occasions, educational/field trips to enthusiastic participation in local community events. Our girls have won laurels at many a platform, one recent example being securing the third position at the 22nd Inter-School Quiz Competition, 2012-2013, at Islamia English School, Abu Dhabi.
Our aim through all these activities is the emergence of our students as individuals with well-rounded, confident personalities, able to play their part in the “global village” of the world while adhering to their roots and values.
Recently we have added special Tajweed lessons to all our classes so that our students can recite the Holy Quran properly. Alhamdulilla Namaz has been added to the Girls Wing also. The girls from Grade IV to VII go to the attached masjid to offer their Salah. The senior girls go to the auditorium for this purpose. On Thursdays, we have created a Club Hour for our students for co-curricular activities.