Dawood Public School girls ace International Kangaroo Linguistic Contest

Dawood Public School girls ace International Kangaroo Linguistic Contest

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Students from classes III to X participated and they won twenty two, 1st positions in Pakistan and two, 1st positions at institutional level. Seven students from class III and thirteen from class IV won gold medals. 2 students from class V and VI won bronze medals. Two students from the secondary section of classes VII and X won gold medals.

On this occasion, the principal DPS O-level, Ms. Mahwash Roshani said, “This is a moment of pride for us that our girls scored this achievement. The effort of teachers who helped and guided the students in refining their language skills paid off. Taking this opportunity, I would like to thank our teachers who helped and guided the students in refining their skills, their efforts truly paid off. We believe such mind stimulating activities are very important for the child’s cognitive growth and we will continue to compete in such competitions. We know our students have the talent and the capacity that makes them no less than anyone.”

International Kangaroo Linguistic Contest was organized for the first time in Pakistan by Kangourou Sans Frontiers – Pakistan. The KSF Pakistan brings together the experience of education experts from around the world. It aims to promote a culture of critical and clear thinking as well as good communication skills. The contests provide an international recognition to the school children at a very early stage of their life.

Dawood Public School’s vision is to empower women and develop their capability to be productive citizens of this country. The school has a well-established reputation of producing excellent academic results; and now to further support its students to choose subjects of their interest, the School introduced additional subjects to be offered in ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level, supplementing these with fully equipped labs and an art studio certified by the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE).

Furthermore, to encourage a zero-tuition culture, extra classes have been incorporated as part of the daily routine where students will receive appropriate attention to meet their academic needs.

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