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As part of our hidden curriculum, a teacher is guiding students how to wash hands.



A curriculum is the total set of experiences a child receives in school. The curriculum at
DSRA Trust School
has two aspects.


The formal curriculum refers to the range of formal subjects offered by the school. The

Academic Committee determines the curriculum to be followed. The ‘Early Years’ curriculum

is self designed by the academic team.



For Classes I to VI most of the books published by Oxford University Press and other leading

publishers are used to build a strong base at the Primary Level. Sindh Textbook Board

books are used from Class-VII onwards to prepare the children for the Sindh Board Examination.

Science project demonstration













Beside the formal curriculum there is an emphasis to help character building, good

mannerism, moral values and the hidden messages the students receive during their

interaction with their teachers in the school. This is the ‘Hidden Curriculum’. PCP

in their evaluation report specially appreciated this unique feature termed ‘Hidden Curriculum’



The school has a qualified team of educationalists for effective monitoring and continuous
evaluation of teaching and learning. Regular Teachers Classroom Observations are conducted
by the Principal and the School Coordinator. For monitoring the progress of children continuous assessments are carried out and two exams are conducted - Mid Year Examination and Final Examination. The Parents and sponsors of students are kept continuously informed of the
progress of each student and results of Mid Term and Final exams are regularly sent to them.

School Evaluation is done at the end of the year to identify the strengths and weak areas of the school. This helps to make a School Development Plan.




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