About The Play School
Play School Islamabad Is a premier educational institution of the Federal Capital and has been imparting education at primary level since 1986. From the very beginning, a team of educationists and psychologists are associated with the institution committed to provide education to young children on the most advanced principles of Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Psychology. The Play School believes that the process of learning for young children should be enjoyable and stress free to ensure the development of an ability in them which focuses on how to learn rather than what to learn. The approach, called SEL, promotes learning of social and emotional skills along with educational competencies. It focuses on inculcating in children positive social interactions with their teachers, peers and families.
Mission of TPS is to develop versatile and holistic individuals by mentoring them to achieve academic excellence and a balanced and disciplined approach towards life. We believe and strive to groom our students intellectually and make them morally strong, empathetic and effective global citizens.
Over the thirty five years The Play School will develop its role as a leading Pakistan based international school championing a socially inclusive approach to participation in higher education. We prepare our student to be professional, skilled individuals fitted for the modern world and committed to the communities in which they live and work. We will pioneer the development of new knowledge, scholarly understanding of curriculum and support the sustainable development of wider community.
The philosophy of The Play School is to build standards and practices for the holistic development of a child, to be an effective human resource, who is able to compete in the challenging environment of today’s world. Academic aspect of this practice inspires intellectual growth, critical and analytical thinking skills, while the practical aspect equips the students with problem solving skills, social interaction expertise and cultural tolerance. It also emphasizes on empowering the students to attain self-confidence and self-assurance so that they can learn how to develop intrapersonal skills and create interpersonal relationships for effective collaboration.