June 03, 2008
To appreciate the diversity of different cultures and languages and to promote the love for art and aesthetics, Aga Khan School, Kharadhar held a colourful programme last week. Stalls projecting and promoting different cultures of Pakistan and students’ artistic talents and skills were the highlight of the event. Students’ performances and their artwork display, interactive stalls, shadow puppet show, food court and other interesting activities were some of the features.
The Aga Khan School, Kharadhar was established in 1926. The school delivers education mainly to the underprivileged urban segment of the surrounding community through 80 qualified and committed teachers presently catering to 1350 students 60 per cent of whom are girls.
Taken together, these objectives are designed to help equip children with the tools they will need to make their way in school, society and an increasingly inter dependent world. Considering the above, an annual activity calendar is charted out to provide the students with the holistic educational experience that polishes their personalities and hones their skills.