SHAM -E- SUFIYANA

Wild, enjoyable, affordable, excellent, insane, amazing! One can easily run out of adjectives in describing this event! Unquestionably the greatest event L’école has ever had in my presence. It was a hard work of 2 months which led to the A-level students of Lecole being able to organise the Sham-e-Sufiyana – a Qawali night for…

COURT VISIT REPORT

On 23rd November 2018, the Law Society of Lecole organised a visit to the Sindh High Court for students of CertHe and LLB. The visit was organised to familiarize the students with real-life court proceedings so that their studies are supplemented by practical exposure to the legal system. To maintain the discipline and decorum of…

Sri Lanka- The Tropical Island

First Impressions of Lanka Our first glimpses of Sri Lanka appeared through the plane window. They revealed a sea of dense green. Thick tropical forests and bushes rolled over the hills in every direction to the skyline. No cities or towns spoiled the landscape. This view promised an abundance of nature with lots to explore!…

Campus Upgrades

L’ecole has always focused on providing new and innovative facilities for its students, and bearing this in mind some exciting additions have been made to the Campus. Sports activities is the key to physical, mental, intellectual and social well-being of children. It impacts hugely on almost every developmental aspect of children’s lives. We have introduced…

Basketball Season

Our school is passionate about sports. Our students always strive to improve at whatever sports or activity they are participating in. A great example of this is the basketball season. This year our schools students worked extremely hard in order to improve their skills in basketball. On Monday and Wednesday there would be basketball practice…

Two Breaks Better Than One?

A break, also known as recess, is a pause in work. It is a certain period of time given to students to enjoy their lunch, relax, and take some time off studies. previously, we had one break after fourth period which was of twenty five minutes. This year we have a new rule of having…

A Pledge to Service

Everyone in this world has a duty to contribute to society in one way or another. For students and teenagers of our age, one of the easiest and effective ways to do that is community service. Community service is voluntary work intended to help people in a particular area. Not only does it provide service…

Scaffolding for student learning

‘He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying.’ Friedrich Nietzsche  We’ve all experienced it. Either as teachers or students. The teacher repeats herself for the third time but still makes no progress with that one student on…

Welcome Dinner

October 19th, 2018: Well, it may be a normal day for everyone but it was surely a memorable one for the Undergraduates of L’ecole. It was the Welcome Dinner for the learners, organized by their Department Heads in order to introduce them to the institution and to reinvigorate them after having a busy week. The…

Too Many Languages

How many languages are too many to teach a primary or secondary student? Two? Three? Four? Five? In Sindh government schools, we currently attempt to teach four: Urdu, Sindhi, English, and Arabic. Urdu is the national language. Sindhi, endemic to this ancient land. English remains the international language for the foreseeable future, and Arabic the…