1.We provide a warm and secure environment that allows students to flourish.
2.We encourage excellence in every field.
3.Our curriculum is creative and stretches students to their full intellectual potential.
4.At NIMBLE our focus is not only on developing outstanding academics and professionals but also good citizens who will carry the mantle forward and serve their nation.
The NIMBLE SCHOOL endeavors to be a model Pakistan International School offering a broad educational program to students. The Nimble School is committed to inspire students to achieve the highest standards of intellectual and personal development through a stimulating and comprehensive program in a considerate, respectful, multicultural environment. The school is committed to instilling in each student a desire to learn, to take appropriate risks, and to accept challenges. The school faculty is committed to developing students who are resilient, equipped with the knowledge, skills and become personally fulfilled, interdependent, socially responsible adults.
We are living in a system where people are judged by their excellence in competition. In a competition driven world we are bound to achieve good scores, high grades, standing first and so and so forth. I agree that such criteria are never the appropriate scales to measure quality. Newton was a dropout from school, Benjamin Franklin a scientist, author and entrepreneur was primarily home schooled, Walt Disney a high school dropout, US president Abraham Lincoln with a mere one year of formal schooling. The list is very long for such personalities who broke away from routine of formal education but they excelled in life.
Education means to make you a gentle social man. Education cannot make a person intelligent and excellent. It is our duty to utilize our brain to the maximum then only we can be great. We have to be creative, innovative and inquisitive. To acquire such characteristics it doesn’t require any formal education. What it requires is inspiration, encouragement and motivation. And a teacher’s responsibility in school and college should be to ignite such latent ability. I will emphasize here that since you are living in a system of competition where you must make your space to survive hence you cannot ignore the facts of the system. Going with the flow is a safe proposition. Over all we can say we are now in dual responsibility of acting according to other’s wishes and at the same time acting at our own wishes following the demands of the system and pursue the philosophy of substance within.
Syed Ikram Bukhari