The core Purpose of City Public School (Project of 5S Education System) is to facilitate the community with affordable quality education.We believe that only quality education can provide with a foundation for strong character and personality .With successful mental and physical development only, an individual can be able to collaborate in efforts for the betterment of the society at large .Thus, our aim is to create better human being by teaching them moral and ethical values along with content. We strive to attain our goal of producing the best students so that they may become the leaders for change in Pakistan.
Our Prime aim is to impart students with knowledge,discipline,confidence,excellence and a sense of responsibilty.According to John Dewy “Education is not preparation for life but life itself. It is the process of living through a continuous construction of experiences which develop all those capacities in the individual, which will enable him to control his environment and fulfill hos responsibilties.”There fore ,we emphasize on essential life skills inculding social,creative innovation ,communication and self-management.
We believe that children learn in their own unique style and the early few years of chilhood are very important for personality development.We know that the young minds have a great capacity to learn diverse concepts and master various skills; however, they need to be nurtured with care. Keeping in view the significance of these factors, we provide special care and practice based training to the students. Moreover,we ensure conducive and fully interactive learning environment in the schools.Learning is fun in CPS!
The City Public School (Project of 5S Education System) aspires to provide affordable quality education based on Islamic ideology to socio-economic class of our society for their constractive contribution in nation building.
“Children are first every thing we do!” so, our mission is to achive excellence in education by providing experiential learning to our students within our socio-cultural framework and equiping the teachers with modern pedagogies in order to develop strudents holistically and inculcate ethical values in them.
Millennia ago, Socrates claimed that, “To say ‘I know’ is to close one’s mind to knowledge”. Channelling that spirit at City Public School, our motto is ‘we want To Learn’, because we too believe that learning is limitless. We aim to develop each one of our students into true learners, individuals who always seek to broaden their perspective and to face life’s challenges with courage and conviction.
For us, education is a pursuit that goes far beyond a qualification. While we aim to help our students excel in the course they are studying, we also hope to instil in them a thirst for learning throughout their lives. At City Public School, our teachers, students, and parents work together to realise this goal.
Teams of inspectors visit the schools and conduct an in-depth study of the activities that take place in the schools before making their assessments. Schools are expected to measure up to what is considered to be good practice at City Public School (as detailed in the Handbook of School Inspection and Quality Assurance). The main focus of inspection is on student engagement, progress and achievement; quality teaching and curriculum implementation; a safe and caring environment; support and governance provided by the Regional and the Head Offices, and the role of the Head as an instructional leader. The assessment of a school is based on a variety of telling evidences that are collected by observing the lessons, examining the school environment and available resources, talking to students and teachers and analysing the relevant documents.
Parents, being the third and complementary side of the triangle of learning, are also consulted and spoken with, to ascertain their expectations of the school. All information collected is recorded, analysed and compiled into a School Inspection Report. The first draft of the report is sent to the School Head who confirms that the facts mentioned in the report are correct. After confirmation of the report, copies are forwarded to the Regional Directors and senior management, who in turn are expected to initiate follow-up action for maintaining their areas of strength and overcoming any inadequacies mentioned in the reports.
The schools are aware of this procedure and have great faith in the inspection process to generate an unbiased and comprehensive report of the school activities. School inspection reports provide schools with an external perspective of how they are performing so that they can set requisite targets and strive to achieve them before the next inspection cycle begins, as they are aware of what the inspection teams will look for. The schools are also supported to strengthen their self-review practices which help them to identify areas where improvement is needed and plan accordingly. The Regional Office academic staff supports the School Heads.
All inspectors are senior academicians who are trained in the school inspection procedures and practices. Their professional development is given utmost importance and in-house training is organised during every academic session. The inspectors are also engaged in professional debate to enhance their analytical and evaluative skills