News at The Learning School
TLSC students set another record in area
The Learning School students set another record to obtain the highest marks in Kasur district and also the best results at The Learning School. Kinza Tahir got 1,012 marks and stood up at 1st Position in school; Ayesha Saba Imtiaza got 1,007 marks and secured 2nd position while Tehrem Fatima got 980 marks and put her place at 3rd position. Like previous years top six positions got by girl students but boys also found their place from 7th to 17th position out of 56 results. All students appeared in English Medium with Science subjects through Lahore Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education.
Celebrating the 1st Decade of Excellence
The Learning School & College (TLSC) celebrated its 1st Decade of Excellence Review on 8th April 2012. A dream visualized in 2002 has now grown into a massive tree, which is now spreading its sweet and delicate shade of scholastic fruitfulness in the academically desolate city of Kot Radha Kishen. To celebrate its 10 years of excellence, TLSC arranged a 7 days series of functions held from 2nd to 8th April 2012 in which sports competition, Art competition, Quiz competition, Junior Section Annual day, Senior Section Annual day, Middle Section Annual Day and finally the Mega celebration were arranged.
Taru Mela at The Learning School
Community interaction was the main aim of The Learning School to conduct the Taru Mela (second day to Eid festival) on 08 November 2011 as more than thousand people enjoyed it. Miss Madiha Tahir Shah, Deputy District Revenue Officer, Kot Radha Kishen Tehsil was the chief guest who lauded the efforts of TLSC team to provide such a wonderful entertainment program. As the festival was specially arranged for families of the area, so they were able the meet Eid to other citizens of the area, enjoyed the day where they listen the music, enjoyed the food from stalls and their children were playing on play stations. People were much happy and special women those have least opportunities for such gatherings.
Silver Medal in International Kangaroo Mathematics Contest
TLSC student “Awais Ashraf” of Grade III won the Silver Medal in the world’s largest International Kangaroo Mathematics Contest as he got the 1st Position in Kasur district. Total 117 students all over the Pakistan won the Silver Medal and TLSC student was one of them.
Around 42,000 students from grade III to XII of more than 500 schools and colleges from all over Pakistan participated in the contest that was arranged on March 17, 2011.
Space Week Celebrations at TLS
The Learning School in collaboration with Khwarizmi Science Society conducted Astronomy Funfair (Falkiati Mela) on 8th October 2011 at The Learning School Campus, from 5:00 pm till 9:00 pm. This funfair marked World Space Week and International Observe the Moon Night, that includded a popular lecture on introduction to astronomy following live observation of astronomical attractions through the powerful telescopes. The live observation was aided by Pakistan's leading amateur astronomer Umair Asim's commentary. Large number of Students (Boys & Girls) of the area along with their parents and teachers particitated in the Mela.
TVO Support for TLS Students
Trust for Voluntary Organizations (TVO) has granted Pak Rupees One Million towards The Learning School for the furniture and equipment of the students and training for its teachers. This financial support will be helpful to furnish the newly constructed class rooms and training of teachers. Earlier in 2003, TVO funded PKR 2.465 million for construction of science lab, a hall (that was converted later on in four class rooms) and salary of eight teachers for one year. TVO support is much appreciated by the Trust Members as well as citizens of the area.
Matriculate 2011 Results proved TLS is grooming
All students appeared in Exam were passed with high ranking in Matriculate results as all forty students passed and set a record in District Kasur securing the heights marks. Sara Aslam a brilliant girls student got 997 (95%), Khadija Zahoor 965 (92%) and Nazia Abbas 960 (91.43%).