Children view books as an indulgence not a chore if they are exposed to early reading.
It prepares the child with a foundation for academic excellence it helps to enhance concentration and develop probing mind.
Self discipline and improved memory retention is also achieved through reading.
As we are constantly striving to accomplish the tasks of personality grooming and scholastic learning keeping Islamic values and norms intact, a reading competition was held on Friday 15th Feb, 2013.
Little participants showed great passion for reading as they went through the competition with great zeal and spirit Alhamdulillah!
Binte Ashfaq Ahmed Prep-I
Muhammad Umer Mufti Prep-II
Binte Haseebuddin Sheikh Class-I
On Wednesday, the 23rd of January 2013, NAKHLAH GCS observed Islamic Cultural Day to recall the important contributions and achievements of the Muslims in the fields of Science, History, Architecture and Mathematics. The students made beautiful and informative projects for the allo tted themes and gave presentations for their projects to the visiting mothers very enthusiastically. Following were the main themes for the day:
- Islamic History
- Muslim Scientists
- Muslim Mathematicians
- Muslim Architecture
- 24 hours Sunnah
- Muslim Countries
A Food Mela was also arranged where Sunnah practices were also observed and reinforced throughout the day. The visitors admired the efforts of the students. Everyone enjoyed delicious and tempting food items presented through different food stalls.
Food day was celebrated on Friday, 16th November, 2012 for the students of JCG. It was a real fun day as well. All students enjoyed on jumping castle and slide. They were given coupons to purchase healthy food items from different stalls. Sunnah Etiquettes of eating were also reinforced during snack time. At the end of the day they went home with gifts like head bands, sashes lovely lunch mats and recipe books.
Maths Quiz was held at NAKHLAH Auditorium for students of JCS on Friday 16th November, 2012 to enhance the mathematical skills of our students along with boosting up their confidence. The trial and error game was attended by mothers sitting inquisitively, holdingtheir breaths and praying for their children. The programme was based on four rounds i.e. Individual, Memory, Rapid Fire and Visuals. Alhamdulillah the programme ended on time.
Carrying on our mission to build personalities under the guidance of Ulama-e-Kiram, Alhamdulillah, a Muzakarah was hosted at NAKHLAH (JCS) on Sunday 4th November, 2012 with an aim of providing an opportunity to parents to learn parenting trends on the right path. The session by Hazrat Mufti Abdul Jabbar Sahib (Imam wa Khateeb Jamia Masjid Ali Phase-VI, D.H.A., Karachi) well attended by a reasonable number of enthusiastic parents.
It was followed by Dua to seek Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala assistance towards the fulfillment of our responsibilities.
Staying within the limits of Sharia recreational activities are allowed in Islam. Keeping this in view NAKHLAH has arranged this activity to enhance the efficacy of students towards curriculum. Girls Campus Society organized a picnic for classes VII to OIII on Tuesday 2nd October, 2012. They were taken to Pavilion End Club during school hours and Alhamdulillah everything was well planned and organized. Girls enjoyed different sports in complete Pardah arrangement. Along with sports, sharing and caring for one another and manners for eating were practiced on the day. We are thankful to the Pavilion End club administration for their support and facilitation.
“Cleanliness Is Half Of One’s Faith”
Health week was celebrated at Junior Campus Gulshan in order to develop awareness of cleanliness and its importance in our lives as Muslims. Students were taught through various activities to perform different tasks according to Sunnah, such as use of Miswak, washing hands, cutting nails and proper use of washroom. Importance of eating healthy food and exercise was also emphasized. Students enjoyed making scrap books related to the activities performed. Students were gifted with Miswak at the end of the day, which they carried along with the motivation of using it in their daily routine.