The primary program which is based on curriculum of English, Science, Mathematics & Urdu that are stimulating for both studentsandteachers.

The knowledge and skills that will be developed can ensure a smooth transition from primary to secondary schooling.

Suggested Schemes of Work helps to plan teaching. The Schemes of Work cover all the learning objectives in the Primary Curriculum Framework, providing a suggested teaching order as well as sample activities.

Each Stage is split into a number of Units, which can be used as a starting point for producing lesson plans.

Activities are suggested to suit local circumstances and resources. LFPS gives a world-class support for teachers through training workshops and professional development.



English has a high priority on our timetable with more time given to it than any other subject and standards in all areas of English are high. We work hard to ensure all children develop excellent literacy skills as they are the key to children succeeding in so many other areas of the curriculum. All children are taught English every day and experience a wealth of speaking and listening activities and opportunities for Speaking, reading and writing to develop their communication skills. While students continue to benefit from concrete experience with concepts in grammar and mechanics, they explore the study of English language as an on-going creative process of research, ideas and imagination.

  • Phonics
  • Word study
  • Grammar
  • Language mechanics
  • Handwriting and fine motor skills
  • Writing
  • Research skills
  • Reading and literature for understanding
  • Elements of literature
  • Major genres
  • Prose, poetry , plays
  • Newspapers and current events
  • Sayings ,phrases , idioms
  • Oral reading
  • Oral language


Standards in mathematics are very good. There is a daily mathematics lesson for all children. Lessons include whole class, group and individual work. Mental math and problem solving are an important part of every lesson. Learning through a clear progression of mental and written methods, children develop understanding and the skills to carry out calculations independently. Traditionally, the study of geometry is undertaken in later years as an abstract series rules, theorems and propositions. Although sophisticated in content, geometry at the primary level continues to be well grounded in concrete experiences with manipulative materials. The use of mathematics arose thousands of years ago as a tool to meet a fundamental need for order and as a practical aid in daily life situations. Only later were rules applied. Students use materials to work toward the abstraction of math concepts, naturally formulating rules and formulas themselves.

  • Reading and writing numbers
  • Comparing numbers
  • Introduction to estimation
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Word problems
  • Geometric multiplication
  • Least common multiple
  • Problem solving
  • Decimals
  • Factors
  • Fractions
  • Probability
  • Percentages
  • Integers
  • Ratio
  • Intervals
  • Rule of function
  • Proportion
  • Introduction to algebra


Standards in science are very high and children develop excellent investigative skills from an early age. Children are encouraged to ask questions and to extend their understanding of scientific concepts. Students learn to think scientifically by investigating, experimenting, gathering data, organizing results and drawing conclusion based on their actions and observations. Follow up question to weekly experiments motivate students to think about new ideas and help them realize connections to others areas of study recall question get them to remember information. Integrated question get them to process information. Open ended question get them to infer, create, solve problems. Thematic question help them realize connections between scientific ideas and processes.

Life Science

  • Environments
  • Food and nutrition
  • Human body
  • Nature’s classroom experimental field trip

Physical Science

  • Physics of sound
  • Magnetism and electricity
  • Levers and pulleys
  • Mixtures and solutions

Earth Science

  • Solar energy
  • Land forms
  • Nature’s Classroom experiential field trips

Scientific Reasoning and Technology

  • Variables
  • Measurement
  • Models and design

Physical Education and Indoor and Outdoor Games

We also use the outside playing field and paved areas for a variety of games. School grounds are utilized for cricket, basketball, Hockey and football matches. Table tennis, snooker, chess carom board and badminton facilities are provided within the premises. Inter school and Inter House matches are held to promote healthy competition.

Physical Skills Development

  • Coordination of fine motor and gross movements
  • Balance and exactness of movement
  • Sensory awareness
  • Increase fitness level
  • Self-discipline
  • Sportsmanship
  • Skill building for specific sports
  • Physically strong