Academic Procedures

Internal Assessment / Assignments

A student’s academic progress is monitored in various ways: informally by the teacher’s observation, and more formally by assessment of class work, tests and examinations. We realize, however, that even the best designed tests and examinations are able to evaluate only limited areas of a student’s development, and we are, therefore, constantly looking for more effective ways to assess and report on the overall progress of students.

In all classes a progress report on each student is sent to parents at the end of each term. Parents are strongly advised to attend Parent-Teacher Meetings, where they can discuss all aspects of their child’s progress in more detail. When necessary, arrangements for such meetings are only made through Principal or Head Teacher.

Junior Curriculum

In classes up to and including Class VI, all students follow the same curriculum. At the end of Class VI, the students are offered the following program.

Senior Curriculum

Programme of Studies (Part A)

Developing the Young Horizon

In class 7 and 8, all students take English, Urdu, Mathematics, Art, History, Computer Studies, Geography, Science, Islamiyat, and Physical Education and choose from a variety of learning modules.

In Class 9, Pakistan Studies and Islamiyat / Religious Studies are added as a two year course. At the end of Class 9, in addition to the six compulsory subjects for O – Level, students choose four or more optional subjects for the two year O – Level Programme.

Compulsory Subjects

  • English Language
  • Islamiyat or Religious Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Pakistan Studies
  • Urdu
  • English Literature

Optional Subjects

Students choose one subject each frOm blocks A, B,C,and D

A B C D
Accounts Biology Chemistry Chemistry
Physics Sociology Business Studies Additional Mathematics
  Art & Design Economics World History


Remedial Classes

Remedial classes are held on a regular basis in the school to provide additional reinforcements to students that may be weak in certain subjects. The Avicenna school has a carefully designed programme that may fall within this category.

Programme of Studies (Part B)

In additional to the above the students have to take up any of the following course from the Skill Module and this offered to the students from Grade 1 to Grade 11 as a course requirement. Each student takes one module every year. Students may take a module for more than one year or different modules every year. All Skill Modules are held during school hours.

Following Skill Modules are offered:

Learning Module Badminton
Ballet
Classical Yoga
Cooking
Drama
Golf
Guitar
Handwork
Horse Riding
Keyboard
Pottery
Photography
Rollerblading
Rowing
Squash
Swimming
Taekwondo
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Golf classes are held at the DHA Go4f Club.
Horse Riding classes are held at the Equestrian Club in Clifton.
Rowing classes are held at the Karachi Boat Club.
Badminton, Squash, Swimming and Tennis classes are held at the_____________
All other modules are held on campus or at designated venues.

Students Activities

The Avicenna School is affiliated with the University of Cambridge International Examinations (UK) and offers a 14 year programme from Playgroup to O – Level.

In addition to the above the school offers Extra Circulars’ Activities (ECA) to the students and participation is a must as it develops and broadens the student’s intellect.

Avicenna Gallery