Guidelines for Parents:

  • Cover all books and copies with plastic sheets.
  • Mention name and grade on notebooks, books and all belongings.
  • Send your child to School on time daily in tidy uniform.
  • Strictly avoid taking unnecessary the days off without application.
  • Ensure your child sleeps on time.
  • Set the bag according to timetable.
  • Check and sign the school diary or Hifz diary every day.
  • Take interest in your child’s completion of homework and encourage active learning.
  • Your child must eat some healthy food before coming to school and also send them with hygienic food rather than junk ones.
  • Arrange monthly magazines and reading books prescribed by school for your child.
  • Read to and with your child at home daily, Children under 6 years: 15 min or more, Children above 6 years: 20 min or more.
  • Encourage your child to read newspapers, books, signboards and text written anywhere.
  • Child’s study room should have sufficient light to avoid discomfort, distraction and interruption.
  • Keep an eye on your child’s gathering and activities outside home.
  • Limit the use of Video games, social media applications and internet.
  • Both parents must attend the orientation sessions, parent’s workshops and PTMs, be concerned in child’s education.
  • Cooperate with the school about your child‘s progress and development.
  • Keep the school informed regarding any problem that may affect child’s learning.
  • Read all correspondence from the school and respond promptly when necessary.
  • Respect the school, teachers and instructional material such as books, and inculcate the same in your child.
  • Be polite and respectful when dealing with school staff and administration.

Parents Duties:

  • Make your home environment Islamic so that you and your child may pass examination of hereafter.
  • Persuade your child to offer Salah. Be a role model yourself.
  • Avoid foul language.
  • Pay attention to your child, never ignore.
  • Converse with your child and encourage active discussion.
  • Give him/her confidence to do his/her best.
  • Give unconditional love and respect.
  • Honor self-respect and raise self-actualization.
  • Recall your child’s achievements.
  • Seek outstanding traits and individuality in your child.
  • Inculcate “you can do it”.
  • Trust in your child.
  • Read to your child moral narratives.
  • Be optimistic, Expect positive.
  • Take your child in consultation.
  • Ask Allah (S.W.T) for the divine guidance for your child.



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