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Volume 1, Issue 1 November 2008

NOVALINK Newsletter Date Volume 1, Issue 1



From the Director ...


ear Parents, we began this School year with a lot of enthusiasm! As I write this letter, we are about to start the fourth month of the 2008-09 school year. It is going very well (at least from our point of view - I hope you’ve received good feedback at home as well) and we are very much looking forward to working with your children this year! As we start the new year, there is a particular aspect of our work with students that I want to share with parents and ask for your support and partnership – That is our continued emphasis on working to make NovaQuest International School a community in which "all feel respected and supported." Our “School Improvement Plan”, emphasizes working in partnership with parents. In order to make our School the best environment it can be for everyone, we are emphasizing five principles which, if applied by everyone, can make a significant difference in the environment and culture of any organization: “Learn Together”; "Play"; "Be There"; "Make Their Day"; and "Choose Your Attitude."

We are asking our faculty to discuss these five principles with students, and help them brainstorm ways in which they could work in making our school a good place for everyone (some examples included inviting others to sit at their table at lunch, greeting others in the hallway, keeping a positive attitude about things, and the like). We will also be talking with students about the development of a good community, and describe how each person makes a difference and what would happen if every one of our students worked to make our school the best place it could be for everyone. I encourage you to talk to your children, ask their reactions, and discuss these five topics with them. I am looking forward to this school year, to meeting those of you whom I have not yet met, and to working with all of you and your children. As always, if you have ideas, comments, questions, or thoughts you want to share, please don’t hesitate to contact me at the School... And -- don’t forget to check out our web site:

What’s New on Our Website WWW .NOVAQUESTSCHOOL .COM


Seven Great Rules of Parenting


The Teacher Training section provides Parents Section practical, proven ideas to help teachers What Parents Want Teachers To Know be more effective and successful in the classroom. Better yet, these ideas draw Teachers Section on teachers' creativity, challenging them to use these strategies in the many difIqbal Says ferent classroom situations they see Students Section each day. Some topics that have been enabled this semester in this section are:




This is a set of exercises for kids to improve their math. You can visit this location under the ‘Teachers Resources’ section – ‘Teaching Website’ sub-section.

Inter-School Olympics & Carnival

NIS in Pictures

• Doing the Right Things to Master the Art of Teaching

• Effective Classroom Management

Passport Mix Up

• Teaching English as a Foreign Language

• Handling Difficult Students in Classroom

Games Section

• Global Environment and Challenges in the 21st Century

Most Memorable Day of My Life Students Section

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Never think that your children owe you anything. What you do for them as parents you do for yourself.

Seven Great Rules of Parenting


very parent has a dream that their children grow up to be good human beings. Common aspirations include success at studies, in professional life and in marriage. Even though becoming a parent is easy, living up to being one is tough, or seemingly difficult. Here are seven principles practiced for good parenting. 1) Love them: Every human being has a natural tendency to love as it allows us to actualize ourselves. We enjoy cuddling and caring for a baby, protecting the toddler, guiding the adolescent, facilitating the teenager and allow the adult to fly. Parents must freely give off their love without any reservations and restraints. Even when you are upset or angry with your child, make sure that your love and concern comes through. It is equally important to show this love physically. Hugging, the cuddling, an arm on the shoulder, holding a hand, stroking the hair, are all expressions of love. Parents must also demonstrate their love, respect and trust for each other. The fastest and best way to teach your child kindness, compassion and generosity is by expressing the love you have for your spouse. 2) Live your values: Children learn through observation. Sight is the most developed sense in humans. What you hear, may be forgotten; what you see will be understood; and what you do, will be remembered. Choose the values you wish your children to grow up with. If you want them to learn to be honest, live a truthful life. If you want them to be loving, freely give your love. If you want them to be respectful, show your admiration for everything and everyone. Never go against these values. For instance, if you are lecturing your children on the value of honesty but lie to someone, this incongruence will create dissonance between the spoken word and action, and confuse the child. It also leads to doubt and hinders the process of building self-confidence. Living on values is called integrity and later in life, it will be the

source, cause and root of success, in both professional and personal life. 3) Do not compare: Never tell your child that he or she is better or worse than another. This will make them either arrogant or have complexes. Help them decide on their own personal standards and then set new ones to exceed them. In the same spirit, never label your children - don't call them lazy, loud, stupid, etc. Such judgment will make your child withdraw from you. Labels last forever. They determine behavior patterns in adulthood and carry on even into middle age and later years. As an adult, the person is not able to get over the label. 4) Encourage: Do not force your way on your children. The fact that their way is different is a sign of evolution. As long as your children’s act does not harm them and anyone or anything else, that act is justified and must be encouraged. Even if their ideas go against yours, do not let your ego come between them expressing themselves. Again, what is harmful and what is not, is relative. That is where parent-child discussion starts. The child has to sell the rationale to the parents and parents have to sell theirs. Again, leave ego out and don't judge. And don't ever say, "Because I am your parent, you have to listen to me." Your child's respect for you will take a nosedive. Besides, any achievement, no matter how small has to be appreciated. Show them your pleasure and how happy they have made you — without the feeling that they owe it to you to make you happy. You do not have to buy them a gift for any or all achievements — just that encouragement is good enough. Another caution — do not make your children dependent on encouragement. The source of motivation must come from the action and not from your encouragement. There is a delicate balance between making them dependent on encouragement, and to continuously reaffirm their thoughts, intents and actions.

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Cont’d. 5) Let your child teach: The normal situation is that parents do all the talking and the children have to listen. This is based on the perception that parents have more experience, more wisdom, more reason, and that children know nothing. Your true wisdom as a parent is tested by ‘listening’ more and talking less. Your role is that of a facilitator. You ask the questions, provoke the child's mind and let her/him seek answers. Have trust in the fact that the child, too, is bestowed with infinite potential. She/he may not have experiences yet, but any perception that has ever been lived, is in the child's mind and can be accessed. Questioning is the process of accessing this information. When children learn to command their own sources of information, their confidence in life is strengthened. You can affirm their thoughts and actions by doing what they do. Play cricket and football with them. Get your hands dirty in the sand and mud with them. Play in the rain with them. Climb on walls and trees. Teach them everything — from embroidery, stitching, cooking, typing, dancing to using the drill machine, changing car tires, hosting guests, shopping, paying bills. Do it with them — hands on, regardless of whether they are a girl or boy. Never say, "You are a girl and cannot do this or that." 6) Discuss matters openly: Do not have secrets. Whatever family issues you have, discuss them openly. Not only family matters, but social, political, economic,

even taboo topics - anything. Even if they CONCLUSION are very young, they are able to pick up It has been proven that these seven printhe vibes and learn consideration and ciples on parenting have helped children concern. acquire an inner security that has given When they are older, let's say, around them self-confidence, self-respect and eight years old, you can even ask for trust. Because of this, they are able to their opinions. You will be amazed at the trust, respect and love others. It helps wisdom they possess and the kind of them overcome fears, have courage and responses you will get. Most of these you consideration in what they do. should implement. Do not reject them. Remember, the child's genetic make up Above all, never think that your children owe you anything. What you do for them and intellectual capacity is updated, as parents you do for yourself. It is enyours is outdated. tirely for your pleasure. Any thought, act Allow them to make mistakes. Life's best or talk of them having to pay you back lessons are learnt from the mistakes we later in life, whether in terms of respect, make. Sure they cause damage, but it is monetarily or caring for you, and you will all about how a parent handles the situa- wash out any good you have done. Such tion. From laughing it off at one extreme expectations enslave children, and they of the continuum, to allowing a child to end up living with guilt. make a conscious effort to change it — As parents, live with these five words, one thing is quite certain, your reaction "Our children owe us nothing!" Instead, will determine the value of the learning “We owe them everything for the joy they for the child. have given us”. All children are abso7) Let go: When a child is grown, let her/ lutely the greatest gift from God. The him go and let God take over. Have the confidence in whatever you have taught younger they are, the more spiritual they are until they grow up and get corrupted. your children, they are now capable of leading their lives. Do not force your ad- All humans are endowed with limitless vice and suggestions on them. Let them nobility, it is up to us, the parents, to help make their decisions. They have watched them have faith in themselves and assist you long enough to learn from your misthem to learn how to access, extract and takes; now let them make their own. live those virtues. Involve yourself only when asked. The next time you will need to put your parenting instincts to use will be with your grandchildren, so wait. Patience is the Education and Careers in the 21st biggest virtue. Century (Global Challenges)

Some Quotations for parents Children require guidance and sympathy far more than instruction. Annie Sullivan

The best way to keep children home is to make the home atmosphere pleasant and let the air out of the tires. Dorothy Parker

This presentation is about experiences and advice from experts from all over the world on what our world will look like and which careers are emerging? And also what challenges our children will face in the global environment of the 21st century?

A three-year-old child is a being who gets almost as much fun out of a fifty-six dol- You can learn many things from children. lar set of swings as it does out of finding How much patience you have, for ina small green worm. Bill Vaughn stance. Franklin P. Jones One generation plants the trees; another gets the shade. Chinese Proverb

Alpha Cross Solution

A child educated only at school is an uneducated child. George Santayana

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Te a c h e r s ’ Section

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We conducted an informal survey among the teachers and parents. We asked,

"What do you want your child's teacher -or your student's parent -- to know

What Parents Want Teachers To Know


s parents came to attend the Parent-Teacher conference, they told us that they hoped that their child's teacher knew the following: # Even though my child might seem average to everyone else, my child is very special to me. Look for what is unique about him/her. # Get to know my child -- and share the information with me. Children can act very differently at school and I count on you for insight into understanding my child. # I worry about how my child gets along with other children and with his/ her teachers. Is my child a leader? Does my child seem happy? Does my child volunteer information or do you have to call on him/her? Is my child cooperative…well liked…awkward? Telling me my child is doing fine isn't enough; give me positive examples of why I don't have to worry about my child. # Don't overdo homework. I understand that homework is necessary, but too much of anything is a bad thing. Families have so little time to be together…evenings shouldn't be spent only doing homework. We need time to do other things together too. Also, be aware that you are not the only teacher in the school. My child has other teachers who give homework too. # I know that ‘mandated’ testing and exams preparation is important, but don't make it the focus of your classroom, or the only reason my child is at school. # Please don't talk negatively about my child to other parents -- or other teachers. Don't talk about my child at

all if there's any chance he/she or other children might overhear. # Have a "Back to School" evening for parents early in the school year so I can learn your expectations for my child. Parents can be your biggest supporters if we know your goals and rules in advance and can reinforce them at home. # Welcome me into your classroom at least once in each term. Parents have a lot to offer at all grade levels -- reading to children, talking about hobbies and careers, organizing parties, helping with bulletin boards, presenting slide shows on something you are covering in class…. When we are welcome in your classroom, we are much more likely to support you and what you are doing. # I worry that my child will become the victim of bullies. Please be vigilant and do not allow anyone in the classroom the opportunity to make fun of him/her. # Communicate with me. When there is a problem, please contact me before it becomes a major issue. # Post grades in a timely manner so I can find out if my child is falling behind before it's too late. # Remember that I am not a perfect parent, and you are not a perfect teacher, but we are working together for the best of this child. # I am trusting you with my most precious belonging. Please cherish my child. # I am trying hard to be the best parent I can be. Give me encouragement, not a list of things my child needs. # I am afraid you are going to tell me the worst about my child -- surprise me. Tell me something great about my child as well. # I want to feel that you have time for our Parent/Teacher conference and are not just speeding me through. Try to be

as thorough as possible in your explanations. I want to know that you really know my child.

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What our Teachers Say... Ms Maria Siddiqi is the class teacher Ms Amina Jahanzeb is teaching Ms Mariam Rizwan of Grade II.

O’Levels Business & Pakistan Studies.

I joined NovaQuest International School recently. Although it’s not very long that this institution has been established but I am really impressed by the remarkable progress the school has made in such a short time period. The arrangement of different events, participation in different competitions along with the curriculum is very impressive. NovaQuest International is providing an opportunity to appreciate and help the students evolve their hidden talent.

Even though its a new school for me, and adjusting to a new school and environment is initially a daunting task, the warmth and support I have received from Ms. Yasmeen and Ms. Robina is unforgettable. The director of the school, Sir Aurangzeb, is a great man. He is extremely hard-working, and always arranges different seminars, presentations and workshops, for teachers to help them improve their teaching styles, for students to excel, and above all, for the school to prosper. Other school either do not arrange such workshops, or if they do, they charge money for such activities that ought to be a part of an intrinsic quality improvement program for the school. The most interesting part of my experience of course, is my energetic and hyperactive students of Grade II. They are the real reason behind my devotion to the NovaQuest.

What I’ve learned from my teaching experience at NovaQuest International School is that the fulfillment you can achieve as a teacher cannot be attained from any other profession. The unconditional love and affection given by the students to a teacher cannot be compared to any other reward. It can dominate any reward given in any other organization! Yet again, teaching is also one of the most difficult jobs one can go through. One really has to give all of one’s self to this profession before attaining the results one wants but at the end of the day it’s all worth it. Even a single word learned by a child because of your efforts can make you feel as if you’ve been paid. That makes me want to share a comment from one of my students with you. Previously, a boy in Grade IX said to me, “My father says that teaching is the easiest thing to do in the world.” I just smiled at him for I used to think the same way when I was a student!

is teaching O’Levels English.

Teaching at NovaQuest International School has been a splendid experience for me up till now. I have been able to share my knowledge and time with the children of O’ Level, who have been supportive throughout this short period of time. I have managed to learn a lot from these students as well. Being a teacher is the most rewarding profession which can not be found if working anywhere else. I have worked in corporate organizations as well but none of my previous jobs were as fulfilling as this one. A smile from my students makes my day! It makes me happy to be there for these children, to help them out when they bring their personal problems to me, to be there for them when they say they need help in studies. It feels like a new found family to me.

I am extremely happy that I made the decision of joining NovaQuest and not some other school. It has been a delightful ride till this time and I hope to remain Now I feel as though I am studying all a part of it for as long as I can.” over again. Yes, I mean it! One actually learns a lot as a teacher. I feel more lively and young with my students around me. My students have reminded me to live life in a way that I had forgotten. I A Truly Gifted Teacher? love teaching in this school and never regretted my decision to be a part of this A local school was visited by the institution.

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specific. 2. One-word se ntences? Elimina te. 3. Proofread ca refully to see if yo u any words out. 4. The passive voice is to be avoid ed. 5. Don't never us e a double negatio n. 6. Every sentenc e a verb. 7. "Avoid overu se of 'quotation' 'marks.'" 8. Avoid commas , that are not nece ssary. 9. And do not sta rt a sentence with a conjunction.

School Inspector who was there to check that teachers were performing well in their respective classes. He was very impressed with one particular teacher. The Inspector noticed that each time the class teacher asked a question, every child in the class put up their hands enthusiastically to answer it. More surprisingly, whilst the teacher chose a different child to answer the questions each time, the answers were always correct. Why would this be?

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Students’ Section

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From the office of the Administrator


On the special events side, students am honored to serve my second year were involved in many activities, most as the Administrator of Novaquest memorable were: International School, and it is a privilege to — On September 19th - Eid Presentawork with such a dynamic team. tion by students of preschool to Grade The new session meant new challenges. 8. Starting O’Levels was the biggest challenge. I have to thank the teachers who — Performance of NIS inspiring young immediately put their heads down and actors at Alhamra in the Youth Festival, began to plan and work collaboratively to 2008. ensure that excellence was embraced at — 31st October, the school was alive the core of each of their subject. . with a spiritual essence of Halloween Growth meant more new hires. We enrolled six teachers who each brought a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to NIS. However, I must add, I am proud to have such a faculty as a whole who have proved themselves to be dedicated in delivering a quality education to students that they so rightly deserve.

he mile comes from the Latin "mille passus", based on the Roman Legion's 1,000 paces. "Decimal" is the Latin word for "ten". The word "meter" was adopted only in 1793 by the French Academy of Science, derived from the Greek word "metron", meaning "a measure." The metric system was adopted officially in France in 1799.

And we have yet many more events to follows such as Awards Ceremony for Academic Year 2007/8, Annual Carnival, International Day to name a few.


isdom is knowledge, understanding, experience, discretion, and intuitive understanding, along with a capacity to apply these qualities well towards finding solutions to problems. It is the judicious and purposeful application of knowledge that is valued in society.

calender month of April. The day of introduction of the Gregorian calender was made the first day of January. Some people hadn't heard about the change in the date, so they continued to celebrate the New Year's Day, but it being 1st April. So, others called them "April fools." The fact is that Pope Gregory XIII ordered Thursday 4 October 1582 to be the last day of the Julian calendar. The next day was Friday 15 October. April Fool's Day is an April Fool's tale.

The April Fool's Day tradition in France April Fool's day originated in France in includes poisson d'avril ("April's fish"), 1562, or thereabouts, when Pope Greg- attempting to attach a paper fish to the ory replaced the Julian calender with victim's back without being noticed. the Gregorian calender in the Julian

— Inauguration of scouting

Quotes of Wisdom

Did You Know


— Under the dedication of Mr Metab Khan (Sports Coach), The Punjab Interschool Olympics.

Abraham Lincoln: “I don't think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday”. George Bernard Shaw: “ No question is so difficult to answer as that to which the answer is obvious”. Mark Twain: “The perfection of wisdom, and the end of true philosophy is to proportion our wants to our possessions, our ambitions to our capacities, we will then be a happy and a virtuous people”. Sophocles: “Wisdom is the supreme part of happiness”. Oscar Wilde: “The well bred contradict other people. The wise contradict themselves”. Albert Einstein: “Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it”.

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Not to Forget

Student Writings

Muhammad Iqbal


qbal, Sir Muhammad (1873-1938), philosopher, poet, and political leader, was born in Sialkot. In 1927 he was elected to the Punjab provincial legislature and in 1930 became president of the Muslim League. Initially a supporter of Hindu-Muslim unity in a single Indian state, Iqbal later became an advocate of separate homeland for the muslims of India. A nation is indeed fortunate if it produces a few such individuals in centuries. Such individuals, although very rare, change the course of history forever, as indeed Iqbal did. Pakistan owes its existence to Allama Iqbal. Thus, the people of Pakistan owe a great deal of gratitude to this extraordinary visionary. In addition to his political activism, Iqbal was considered the foremost Muslim thinker of his day. His poetry and philosophy, written in Urdu and Persian, stress the rebirth of Islamic and spiritual redemption through selfdevelopment, moral integrity, and individual freedom. Below is a collection of selected quotes from his works.

“He Says” “I have never considered myself a poet. Therefore, I am not a rival of anyone, and I do not consider anybody my rival.” “Nations are born in the hearts of poets; they prosper and die in the hands of politicians.” “Be not entangled in this world of days and nights; Thou hast another time and space as well.” “But to rationalize faith is not to admit the superiority of philosophy over religion.” “I tell you the sign of a believer; When Death comes, there is a smile on his lips.” “I lead no party; I follow no leader. I have given the best part of my life to careful study of Islam, its law and polity, its culture, its history and its literature.”

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Note: All students can submit their writings to us for this section. The best submission will be selected and published in the next issue. The topic for the next issue is: “The Best Place I visited in Pakistan”

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Color the above pictures, answer the questions correctly and mail in by Dec’20, 2008 to enter for a chance to win a Radio Controlled Car.

Alpha Cross


The first letter of each answer appears next to its clue in alphabetical order. All the first letters have been entered into the grid. Can you complete the puzzle?

Section Clues A. Small insect (3)

G. Worn on the hand (5)

A. Fruit (5)

I. Frozen water (3)

B. Somewhere to sleep (3)

I. Cake topping (5)

B. Flying insects (4)

I. Ice hut (5)

B. Large (3)

K. Young goat (3)

B. Building block (5)

L. Lawful (5)

C. Type of fuel (4)

L. Top or cover (3)

D. US coin (4)

P. Part of something (5)

E. Used for listening (4)

R. Something to listen to (5)

E. Snakelike fish (3)

T. Part of the foot (3) Solution on Page 3

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School Fee Structure 2008/9 Tuition Fee



Volume 1, Issue 1

NovaQuest FAQ’s Are admissions still open?

Pre Nursery to Prep

Rs 5,000/-

Yes, but limited seats are available

Grade I to III

Rs 5,500/-

Do you offer scholarships?

Grade IV to VIII

Rs 6,000/-

O’Level (Grade IX onwards) Rs 8,000/-

Our scholarships are purely on a merit basis after a comprehensive test and evaluation.

Admission Fee (non refundable)

What extra curricular activities do you offer?

Pre School to Grade VII

Rs 10,000/-


Rs: 15,000/-

Registration (non refundable)

All Grades

Rs 2,000/-

Security (refundable)

All Grades

Rs 4,000/-

School Timings

Do you have a uniform? Yes we do. What is the minimum age for playgroup? 2½ years old

Pre School

Monday to Friday

We offer many sports including, Taekwondo, football, badminton and aerobics. Scouting and computer animation are added extras.

8.30am - 12.30pm

Grade I to IX

Do you have transport facilities for pick and drop? Yes, we do.

Monday to Thursday 8.00am - 1.45pm Friday

Where can I obtain more information 8.00am - 12.30pm about NIS?

Note: Parents are encouraged to come to the school and discuss any issues they may have, however we request that you call to arrange an appointment .

You can visit our website: Collect a free brochure from our school Call Us: 042-5777804, 5777807

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