Message from The Section Coordinator IV & V
The school is committed to helping students become responsible for their own actions. Our code of conduct is meant to help them reflect upon their own actions and draw conclusions and lessons for the future. A variety of progressive discipline strategies are in place and will be applicable as required.
We encourage our students to care about learning with the exact same passion. Learning is personal to each one of us. As lifelong learners we decide what, when, and how we learn. If we can plant the desire for success in our students at an early age, then we believe them to be unstoppable.
At school a new day dawns, and with it there comes possibilities for chances of success, empathy, and discovery. Inspiration is everywhere you look. The opportunity to be better than you were yesterday is right here, right now in the Intellect school.
Message from The Section Coordinator Middle Section
I am always passionate and look forward to working with our students, staff and parents to make TIS the best school it can be.
We envision TIS to be a school that:
– Focuses on the development of the whole child(academically and spiritually)
– Strives for the highest academic standards
– Reflects the islamic values
Learning and teaching involves more than providing academic instruction. It is about nurturing the students – academically, spiritually, emotionally and physically – and equipping them with lifelong skills to become compassionate and contributing citizens. We will strive to help students develop an understanding of the world and to serve the ummah.
Grade IV is the entrance point into the Boys’ Campus. A large majority of grade IV is made up of students who have completed their Grade III in the Girls’ Campus. Those who do not opt for, or are not selected for the Hifz programme join Grade IV. Owing to the seats vacated by students joining the Hifz, quite a large number of new admissions take place in Grade IV.
For the academic programme, Grades IV and V offer the same subjects – including Arabic – as offered in the Middle School (Grades VI to VIII). The major difference is in the assessment system; while Formative Assessment applies to all subjects, Formal-Summative assessment is conducted in only the core subjects: English, Urdu, Maths and Science.
The Intellect School takes pride in running a unique system of integrating Hifz with Academics. Students get to learn regular school academics and experience co-curricular activities alongside Hifz.
The programme is offered primarily to boys studying at the Intellect who have passed their Grade III. Students opting for Hifz are selected by the Hifz Section prior to commencement of the 3 year Hifz programme. During the ensuing three years along with doing the Hifz, students get a regular though reduced daily input of academics in the core subjects covering the syllabus of Grade IV and partly Grade V.
After completion of Hifz, students are inducted into our Fast Track yearlong programme H2 which covers the syllabus of Grade V and VI in all subjects. Students who successfully complete the Fast Track programme are then incorporated into our mainstream schooling in Grade VII.
Upon completion of Hifz and Girdaan within the stipulated time – that is, three years – students are promoted to the Fast Track Programme H2 (already discussed above). With successful completion of H2 the student enters the regular school stream in Grade VII.
Students who are unable to complete their Hifz on time are transferred to Special Huffaz Unit (SHU-A) where they undergo studies of the core subjects and are then inducted in to the mainstream schooling.
The Special Huffaz Unit basically offers a preparatory programme focusing on the core subjects and providing a transition to the school’s mainstream grades.
The Special Huffaz Unit (SHU) was established in 2018 to accommodate students who have completed their Hifz elsewhere but due to significant lacunae in academics are unable to get through the School’s admission tests. The SHU basically focuses on strengthening the students’ knowledge and skills in the core subjects, and thus provides a relatively comfortable and manageable transition of Huffaz in to the school’s mainstream grades.
Apart from the difference in subjects being studied, students of SHU participate in the entire range of school’s activities from morning assembly to intra- and inter-school co-curricular events. Joined the school’s mainstream classes.
So far, in a period of year and half, more than 40 students form SHU-A and SHU-B have been integrated into the school’s mainstream classes.
We offer a rich co -curriculum to groom our students socially and emotionally. They get the chance to work together where they can apply their learnt skills and become self-confident.
Eid Milan Party
The Eid Milan Party is held annually. Students wear colourful dresses and the atmosphere of the school becomes festive. They share their lunch in their classes with their fellows and the joy of the occasion is shared amongst all.
Medical experts visit the Campus and address the students about various topics on their health, and develop an awareness about diseases, their prevention and cure. Students learn many new things from these sessions.
The Intra-school Spelling Bee was held in the Month of October. All the students and participants were very active during the event and they enjoyed a lot. The students were well prepared and it was a tuff competition amongst all the students. Certificates were given to the participants and the winners were selected by the judges of the event.
Students were very excited for the event, the event took place in September and the enthusiastic swimmers actively participated in the event. The audience encouraged the participants and there was an atmosphere of fun during the event. The winners of the event awarded as well.
The most adrenaline-pumping event was the Intra-school Football Tournament which was held in October. The students were very excited for this event and the event went very well according to the plan. It was very much fun for the participants and the audience both. Sports are very important for the students, and such events make them students more active.
The Qirat competition was held in August along with the celebration of the Independence Day. The students actively took part in the competition, the winners were chosen by the judges. The Qirat competition was a great success, the event was pleasure for the soul and the participants had a pleasant-sounding voice and the audience enjoyed a lot. The winners were awarded with certificates.
The Bayan was carried out in the month of October. Molana Munir shared his experiences with the students, the students were very interested during the sermon and it was full of knowledge for everyone. Such Bayans are very important for polishing the beliefs and students tend to remember what is being said for a longer time.
The IKSC was held in September, Students, who had a deep interest in the field of science, participated in the event. The students learned a lot and one of our students scored a Bronze Medal in the IKSC.
Oath Taking Ceremony
September was the month of the selection of the candidates for the council. The Ameer and the Naib Ameer and the Prefects were selected by the teachers by a mutual consent. The key criteria for the selection was to select students who could act as role models in all fields for example studies, behavior and character.
Registrations for the upcoming session commence from November until January. Admission tests are taken in November and February with result being announced in December and March. We offer admissions at entry level, i.e. Nursery. However, admissions for classes KG-I onwards are strictly subject to availability of seats.
Parents of candidate are required to fill in a registration form at the Administration Office (also available on the school’s website) and submit relevant documents, after which they are provided with an interview/test slip to indicate when the candidate has been called for his/her interview/test.
English and Urdu Language Tests are based on composition and comprehension respectively. While Maths Tests are based on the concepts taught and learned in the previous class and the Tajweed Syllabus is given at the time of form submission.
Results are compiled and communicated accordingly, after which an interview schedule for parents of successful candidates is compiled. Subsequent to interview parents of successful candidates are told to collect fee structure for their child and to submit the required amount within a week of being informed. Payment for admission is taken ONLY in form of pay order (PO). Admission is finalised upon receival of PO and submission of admission form dully filled at time of PO submission.
- The process can be done by:
- a) Visiting the Admission Office.
- b) Downloading the form from our school website (theintellect.edu.pk).
- Filled Registration Form to be submitted online or to the admission office.
- The following documents have to be submitted along with the registration form:
- Original Birth Certificate of the candidate and one photocopy.
- One photocopy each, of CNIC of the mother and father.
- Two recent photographs of the candidate (size 1×1) with the name of candidate written clearly at the back.
- Report Card from the previous school.
- Two postal envelopes with the name and address of the candidate clearly written.
- Registration charges Rs. 1500/-
Please Note: Registration does not guarantee admission. Therefore, parents are strongly urged to apply to other schools as well. We look forward to a positive response and cooperation from you.
Our admission procedure commences with an announcement of registration for the next academic session. Parents are provided registration dates during which they can register their child by filling in a registration form and submitting relevant documents. Parents are charged a non-refundable registration fee after which the child is eligible for an entry test.
After the registration, children are then assessed / interviewed to gauge their eligibility for admissions. Candidates applying for class KG I and above are informed of the dates on which they will be required to give admission test. There is no formal testing for children applying for Nursery class. Admission is based jointly on interview held with parents as well as behavioural assessment of the candidate.
After the admission tests are held, parents of successful candidates are subsequently interviewed. Parents are accordingly informed and are then given a deadline within which pay order must be submitted. It is only after submission of pay order that admission is finalised.
Grade Age Requirement
Grade IV 8.6 years – 9.5 years
Grade V 9.6 years – 10.5 years
Financial Assistance for deserving students: Financial assistance in the form of discount in admission and monthly tuition fees may be granted to any deserving candidate, provided
The school management has assessed the child’s performance to be above average
The guardian of the child genuinely finds it difficult to finance his/ her education expenses. In order to ascertain this, following documents shall be obtained from the guardians of the child:
An application for financial assistance
A declaration to the effect that the income of the guardian is not sufficient to support the school fees
Copies of last paid utilities bills
Any other document deemed necessary
The Intellect School uniform can easily be purchased. The required address is provided in the school pack at the end of academic session
Please note that The Intellect School does not provide transportation to its students directly. For this purpose, students are requested to avail private van services, available within premises of the school or as per their convenience.
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