We aim to transform Sindh through education and Tarbiya so that tomorrow’s Sindh develops while staying connected to its culture and traditions.
Our children will not be behind in both national and international competitions. Through our vision we will foster the basic life skills required in the 21st century so that the children will play a positive role in society.
We will accomplish it through modern and scientifically based educational institutions across the Sindh, including schools, colleges and then preparation for competitive exams, benefitting from the latest IT facilities will help experts make a positive impact on society. To put the schools into centers of change, teachers training and parenting courses will be organized to monitor and take advantage of the latest trends and research and development work will be done.
Sindh Leadership School recognizes that for the education and training of children it is essential that the teachers themselves have the ability to develop the skills that the children need to develop. The teacher’s training is organized in three ways.
Sindh Leadership School has introduced the scientific methods of education side by side with moral education, Tarbiya. Here the children are taught in fun what emotions and morals are and where these are used. There are many experts employed to provide every aspect of education the child requires, including, mental, linguistic, social and religious education
Every subject, from Maths and Science to Tarbiya and Islam are given their own time and importance.
Sindh Leadership School’s environment has been set up by academic experts after years of research in such a way that not only the teacher but the whole school (walls, windows, corridors, and doors) play a role in teaching the child. Even the washrooms are also considered as a source of learning and understanding.
The United Nations has a standard for what skills a child should have, in simple terms it is a standard for academic excellence for children that is being followed in modern countries around the world. A survey recently revealed that according to the”Common Core” an eighth-grade child in Pakistan is the equivalent of a fourth-grade child in the Common Core country.
To bridge this gap between our children and those from modern countries, the Sindh leadership schooling system curriculum is in accordance with the Common Core Standards.