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16-01-2017
Mishael
16-01-2017
World Human Rights Day 2017
16-01-2017
A Winter Carnival
10-01-2017
Chess Competition 2016
10-01-2017
Global Dignity Day 2016
10-01-2017
Cardiff University
10-01-2017
Personal Projects 2016
10-01-2017
International Day for Older Persons
10-01-2017
South Asia Tour 2016
10-01-2017
Ali Zafar at TNS
06-01-2017
Little Art Competition
06-01-2017
Alzheimer’s & World Tourism Day 2016
06-01-2017
IB Learner Profile Best Student Certificates 2016
06-01-2017
Aitchison College MUN 2016
06-01-2017
Eid Ul Azha 2016
06-01-2017
Lahore Alma MUN 2016
06-01-2017
International Peace Day 2016
28-11-2016
Defense Day 2016
16-06-2016
TNS Graduation Ceremony
15-06-2016
TNS DHA School Concert 2016
02-05-2016
Labour Day/International Workers day 2016
27-04-2016
Earth Day 2016
21-04-2016
Little Blue Riding Hood
21-04-2016
Black Ops
18-04-2016
TNS Long Service Awards
18-04-2016
International Red Cross Day
18-04-2016
Dedicated to the spirit of Mathematics
13-04-2016
Mother Tongue Day 2016
13-04-2016
High Asia Trek
05-04-2016
Annual Sports Day 2016
04-04-2016
FÊTE DE LA FRANCOPHONIE 2016
04-04-2016
Personal Projects
09-02-2016
Ali Azmat Concert
26-01-2016
Winter Carnival
26-01-2016
Dua
11-11-2015
BSS 40th Birthday
11-11-2015
Global Dignity Day 2015
26-11-2014
Educating The Parent Body
12-11-2014
Matilda 2014
09-05-2014
World Autism Day
09-05-2014
World Animal Day
15-04-2014
World Jazz Day
25-03-2014
Entrepreneurial Talent
20-03-2014
Setting the Ground
27-02-2014
World Radio Day
27-02-2014
Happy Chinese New Year!!
07-01-2014
Legal Matters
January
New Year and Global Family Day
 1st January
Martin Luther King Day
3rd Monday of the month
World Religion Day
3rd January
PY Sports Day
28th January

The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme is a natural progression for the project-based learning practiced at TNS. It provides a framework of academic challenges for students aged 11 to 16 that encourage them to embrace and understand the connections between traditional subjects and the real world, and guides them towards becoming critical and reflective thinkers. The IB MYP is genuinely rigorous and is externally monitored by an independent international body whose reputation for quality is recognised around the world.

Young people at this stage of their education require an engaging and holistic curriculum that is relevant to the important real-world issues that so concern them – from the personal to the global. In preparation for further academic studies, they need to become experts at learning; the ability to locate, process, critically evaluate and communicate information is essential. As members of an international community, they need to develop intercultural awareness and an understanding of the history and traditions that underlie cultural identity.

The programme consists of eight subject groups integrated through five areas of interaction that provide a structure for learning within and across the subjects.

Students are required to study their national language, a second language, Humanities, Sciences, Mathematics, Arts, Physical Education and Technology. In the final year of the programme, students also engage in a personal project that allows them to demonstrate the understandings and skills they have developed throughout the programme.

Assessment is criterion-related, so students around the world are measured against pre-specified criteria for each subject group. Teachers may modify these criteria to be age-appropriate in the earlier years of the programme. Teachers set assessment tasks that are assessed internally in the school. External checks (either moderation or monitoring of assessment by IB examiners) are carried out on this internal assessment to ensure a worldwide consistency of standards. For schools that require official IB certification for their students, moderation is carried out every year.

Community and Service

The mission statement of the IB stresses that its programme extends beyond intellectual achievement.

TNS aims to develop a lifelong learner who is compassionate, creative, responsible, and an internationally-minded thinker, with the very real potential to become an effective global citizen and sensitive, articulate leader of tomorrow. In doing so, we expect our students to develop  personal values which will aid in guiding their own lives as caring, thoughtful and active members of our national community and the larger world.

Community and Service is excellent preparation for students aiming to continue the IB World Diploma Programme after MYP, as it is closely related to the Creativity, Action and Service (CAS) component of the IB Diploma Programme which is at the heart of the IB philosophy and both a compulsory and essential pass mark to achieve the Diploma.

Every TNS student will be required to complete a minimum of 2 hours per month of a selected C & S activity. The activities can be selected by the student, teacher and/or school. Each activity should be approved and monitored by a supervisor (preferably the teachers). Students will need to complete the C & S forms to track the stages of their selected activity. They will also complete the reflection form upon completion of the activity.

Students will be evaluated on the quality & impact of their “to make a difference service” on a scale of 0 to 5.

In doing so we would hope to ensure a focused, caring and responsible human being ready to take on the more demanding and exciting CAS programme in the final 2 years of the IB World Diploma.

This huge part of the CAS Programme is identified through school field trips to other schools and institutions for the disabled and those with learning difficulties and to such organizations as SOS Village. We want our children at all levels, but particularly at the MYP stages, to participate actively in understanding the real needs of those less fortunate than themselves.

 

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