TLS System
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TLS System

The Learning School is result of hard work and visionary efforts of concerned citizens of Kot Radha Kishen (Kasur, Punjab, Pakistan) who envisioned a happy and caring atmosphere for our children to evolve into the role model for future. TLS is a Centre of Excellence where parents can send their children with confidence.

We at TLS reflect a clear sense of purpose which is shared amongst all involved with the school. Our school is a welcoming place where all those who work feel a sense of belonging. At the TLS we have created an environment which is rich and stimulating and where the confidence of young children is nurtured.

Our Mission

At The Learning School, we meet the need of the local community for a comprehensive, high quality English-medium education, preparing our students for life-long learning so that they may become effective and successful members of the local, national and international community.

We Aim

  • To enable learners to benefit from a curriculum which is rigorously planned to ensure breadth, balance, depth and relevance, and takes into account their needs and aspirations.
  • To provide a curriculum that offers challenge and learning experiences
  • To empower our learners through participation that rewards their achievements.
  • To prepare our students for life, equipped with the skills and adaptability to cope confidently in a rapidly changing world. In addition, we aim:
  • To be aware of and to respond to the changing educational needs.
  • To strive to attain the highest standards of international education.
  • To make use of the opportunities for enrichment of curriculum.
  • To afford all staff proper opportunities for performance appraisal and professional development

School & College System

The school is planned till Matriculate (10th class) and College till F.Sc . F.A. (12th Class) and the whole system is divided into four Sections:-

Section Age Class
Preparatory 3-1/2 to 5-1/2 years Nursery to KG
Junior 6 to 1o yers Class I to V
Senior 10+ to 13 years Class Vi to IX
Majors 13+ to 18 years Class X - XII / O level (planned)


Curriculum

School follows National Curriculum through grade VII. The school curriculum is: BROAD as it introduces each pupil to a wide range of concepts, experience, knowledge and skills. BALANCED as each area of the curriculum is allowed sufficient time for its contribution to be effective. RELEVANT as all subjects prepare pupils for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

Differentiated

as what is taught, and how it is taught, is matched to individual pupils, and develops their abilities and aptitudes. The emphasis in TLS is on providing students with the very best education that stand s in comparison to the top schools in the country.

Delivery of the Curriculum

The experience and expertise of the staff is used carefully to ensure the successful delivery of curriculum. A variety of teaching methods is used because we believe that individual children respond in different ways and therefore a flexible approach is necessary.

English Speaking and Listening

This area of development is the basis for all other subjects. We foster this skill by encouraging communication between adults and children and between children themselves. Reading: We encourage children to read other books and to borrow regularly from the class boxes. As parents, we hope you will play a vital role in helping your child to read: - by talking about stories:

  • by reading stories to your child
  • by helping child read their reading books Writing: In school, children are given situations to write about and they are encouraged to practice this skill frequently

Spellings

At TLS we use a published scheme in order to teach the sounds of individual letters and of letter combinations. We encourage children to look for patterns in words and to use word banks and dictionaries in the classrooms.

Handwriting

Correct letter formation is taught to children from beginning of school. We expect all children to take a pride in the clear, legible and attractive presentation of work.

Mathematics

To help establish concepts, we give children an opportunity to use practical problem solving situations, in addition to careful questioning and teaching.

Music

We involve the children in singing, listening to music moving to music and percussion work.

Physical Education

An emphasis is placed upon taking part in physical activities at the child's own level so that enjoyment is coupled with an awareness of the need to keep to oneself safe. In this way children develop and acquire skills and technique progressively.

Science

Much of the work done by the children involves knowledge development and practical investigation through projects. It is an area of the curriculum which children, with their natural curiosity, usually enjoy. Computers: Students at TLS get an opportunity to learn basic computer skills. Art & Design Technology Children enjoy expressing by use of colour and pattern. Art provides pleasure, increases confidence. In it we use a range of materials like paper, glue and clay.

Assessment Pattern

Preparation Section pupils are continuously monitored to assess performance and behaviour. These assessments are detailed in “Progress Reports, which are sent out to parents once every three months. Besides, a monthly progress reports are also sent home to keep parents fully informed about their child's progress/growth. In class 1 to XII, assessment is through class tests, Terminal Examinations and Annual Examination. One on the basis of class tests, monthly progress reports will be sent out to the parents.An Annual Examination, the entire year's work is assessed and promotion is determined on the performance indicated in class-tests. Terminal Examination and Annual Examination.The Principal can recommend withdrawal if a student's performance is detected to be very weak. The report cards sent to the parents / Guardians are not be retained by them and are to be returned duly signed.