Eligibility

L’ècole offers education to the children from Pre-School to Grade 10. Students are offered both Matriculation and Cambridge option for their high school exam.

Class Age Limit
Primary I 2 Years, 8 Months – 3 Years, 7 Months
Primary II 3 Years, 8 Months – 4 Years, 7 Months
Primary III 4 Years, 8 Months – 5 Years, 7 Months
Lower Elementary I 5 Years, 8 Months – 6 Years, 7 Months
Lower Elementary II 6 Years, 8 Months – 7 Years, 7 Months
Lower Elementary III 7 Years, 8 Months – 8 Years, 7 Months
Upper Elementary I 8 Years, 8 Months – 9 Years, 7 Months
Upper Elementary II 9 Years, 8 Months – 10 Years, 7 Months
Upper Elementary III 10 Years, 8 Months – 11 Years, 7 Months
Upper Elementary IV 11 Years, 8 Months-12 Years, 7 Months
High School Cambridge I 12 Years, 8 Months – 13 Years, 7 Months
High School Cambridge II 13 Years, 8 Months – 14 Years, 7 Months
High School Cambridge III 14 Years, 8 Months – 15 Years, 7 Months
High School Matriculation I 12 Years, 8 Months – 13 Years, 7 Months
High School Matriculation II 13 Years, 8 Months – 14 Years, 7 Months
High School Matriculation III 14 Years, 8 Months – 15 Years, 7 Months

Admission Requirements

  • Deposit the Registration Fee
  • Fill out and submit the Admission Form
  • Get the Test Date
  • Appear for Interview, if selected

Primary I

An informal interview with the students and both parents is taken. In general a child’s confidence, recognition of colors and motor skills are assessed along with spoken expressions.

Primary II / Primary III

A written test is taken to assess the understanding of letters, numbers and vocabulary followed by an interview along with parents.

Lower Elementary I – Upper Elementary IV, HS-I (Pre-IX, O-Level)

A written test in English, Maths, Urdu followed by an interview along with parents. No specific book is recommended. Test is of general nature.


Policies

Instructions for Fees

The Fees must be paid by the 10th of Every Month. Fee once received shall be Non-Refundable and the manner of their spending is not accountable to the parents. The management can change/ increase the fee or other charges without any prior notice. In general, yearly increase keeping in view inflation and other factors will be made.

Sibling Concession

Special concession is available for third brother or sister at all levels of school.

Orphans Concession

All students of L’ècole are covered by orphan concession policy of school.

Staff Concession

All children of staff members of L’ècole are given special fee concession.

Withdrawal of Students

In case of withdrawal of a student from school one month’s notice or one month fee in lieu thereof must be paid by the parents. A student shall also be considered to have been withdrawn from the school if:

  • He/she has not attended the school for a period of a month, unless such absence was agreed to by the head of the school in writing.
  • His/her fees have remained unpaid for two consecutive months.
  • He/she has been asked to withdraw from the school due to disciplinary reasons. The school in the event of such withdrawal, shall not be required to give any notice before enforcing its decision, which shall be at the absolute and sole discretion of the school.
  • From class I to IV he/she has failed in the same class for two consecutive years or, has failed to qualify for promotion on two different occasions in his/her school career. In class V and onwards he/she has failed to qualify for next class.
  • In case of any of the above given cases, the outstanding fees shall be adjusted against the security deposit paid to the school, and balance, if any due, shall be recoverable from the parents/guardian of the child.
  • A student shall be deemed to be enrolled in the school until he/she has completed his/her normal education, having taken his/her final public examination (Secondary or Higher Secondary), and all his/her dues to the school have been finally settled, in which case he/she shall only be considered to be withdrawn after the outstanding fees/other dues (if any) payable up to the last month during which he/she appears for his/her last public examination paper, are fully settled.

CURRICULUM

In short, a purely activity based program to develop pupil’s various skills. Our prime focus is on;

  • Learning through activities
  • Learning from your surroundings
  • Application in daily life
  • Character building through ‘Ibadah’, ‘Akhlaq’ and ‘Aadaab’
  • Producing true followers of Quran and Sunnah i.e. Progressive Practicing Muslims
  • Application of Quran and Sunnah in daily life
  • Less stress on written work

Our education program encourage students to explore and question, to seek solutions, make informed decisions, and solve problems to demonstrate tenacity and to express themselves confidently. We believe that the textbooks and programs are only foundational tools to assist the teacher in delivering curriculum to the students. The real thing is how the teacher presents and blends the topics with the real life situations around them.

Students are provided with opportunities to develop their information gathering and communication skills. Expand their horizons through enquiring, exploring and decision making in order to excel in the present, whilst helping to shape the future.

We give special emphasis on moral grooming of our students and teaching them norms of an Islamic society. Students are also trained in recitation of Holy Quran in proper way in their Tajweed class and learning of Duas and Surahs in their Islamiyat class. Students are taught about the importance of developing a character that befits a Muslim. On one hand, if they are taught about ‘Ibadah’, on the other hand, they are also taught about ‘Akhlaq’ and ‘Aadaab’.

We believe teaching Islam is not only about learning basic duties such as praying. It is, teaching the children manners as well as cleanliness and remembrance of Allah. Teachers show them how to act as Muslims on daily basis. Something, as simple as having the children wash their hands and saying ‘Bismillah’ before they eat or saying ‘Alhamdulilah’ when they are done. Students are taught healthy social attitudes and a spirit of humanity, providing the ethical foundations and social skills to guide them through life.


STANDARD COURSES

Pre School Lower Elementary Upper Elementary High School O-level High School Matric
English English English English English
Urdu Urdu Urdu Urdu Urdu
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
Related Arts Related Arts Related Arts Physics Physics
Islamic Education Science Science Chemistry Chemistry
Indoor / Outdoor Activities Social Studies Social Studies/Geography Biology/Computer Biology/Computer
Tajweed & Nazra Computer Computer Islamiyat Islamiyat
Games Islamic Education Islamic Education History Pakistan Studies
  Tajweed & Nazra Tajweed & Nazra Geography Games
  Games Games Games

Mathematics

Develop basic understanding of numbers and geometrical concepts by relating to real life problems.

Sciences

Develop understanding of laws of the nature to the pupil by relating science to life around them.

Computer

Develop basic skills to use computer for research and developing reports and presentations.

Related Arts

 

Encourage students to explore and express their imaginative and creative skills through different mediums.

Physical Education

 

Develop basic athletic and sports skills of the students.

  • Languages
  • English & Urdu
  • Proper use of language.
  • Arabic

BEYOND ACADEMICS

In order to develop the basic skills of a child different activities are arranged every week in which participation of all students is encouraged.

Extra Curricular Activities

Dramatic Society

Dramatic Society prepares tableaus and variety programs for different functions all round year.

Islamic Society

Students participate in various contests in Qirat, Naat and National songs.

Sports

Physical training is a compulsory part of the school curriculum and all students are expected to participate in it. Following sports are included:

  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Athletics
  • Taekwondo
  • Table Tennis