Nearly six-out-of-ten children globally are estimated to be affected by learning poverty, meaning they are unable to read and understand a simple text by the age of ten. In low- and middle-income countries, the share is an estimated seven-out-of-ten child. This learning crisis has been exacerbated by the pandemic.
Children who cannot read and understand a simple text will struggle to learn anything else in school. They are more likely to repeat a grade and more likely to drop out of school. They are less likely to benefit from further training and skills programs. At a national level, this will lead to worse health outcomes, greater youth unemployment and deeper levels of poverty. Every child deserves the dignity and opportunity that foundational learning brings.
Smyrna School System understands that foundational learning provides the essential building blocks for all other learning, knowledge and higher-order skills. Ramnnah Founded this school especially to reach out and make education available to the stratified segments, especially in the rural areas of Pakistan where government schools are unavailable for the people living in the outskirts away from the cities.
Smyrna School System Focuses on the development of the student and recognizes the diversified potential of the student.
Smyrna School System explores student's potential in 10 facets of growth profile:
Inquirers: Students develop their natural curiosity.
Knowledgeable: Students explore concepts, ideas and issues that have both local and global significance.
Thinkers: Students think critically to engage themselves in figuring out complex problems.
Communicators: Students express themselves and information through a variety of modes of communication.
Principled: Students act honestly and with a strong sense of fairness, justice, and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups, and communities.
Open-minded: Students appreciate their own cultures and personal histories and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities.
Caring: Students show respect and compassion towards the needs of others.
Risk-takers: Students approach unfamiliar situations with courage, as well as defend their beliefs.
Balanced: Students understand the importance of intellectual, physical and emotional balance to achieve personal well-being.
Reflective: Students give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience.
The Smyrna School system incorporates modern teaching methods with a formal national curriculum so that every student gets what counts to be the prime learning experience of growth according to the international standards.
The Smyrna School System is able to do all this with your donations.We are looking forward to opening more schools around the four provinces of Pakistan.Your contribution to Smyrna could save the future of a being and with this collective effort we could save the whole generation.