Grammar School Rawalpindi, has been imparting education in all its multifarious aspects for life long learning, over three decades.

To provide education for the 21st Century, GSR's curriculum is embedded with skills and processes to enable students to confidently succeed in life. GSR's co-curricular activities are an important strand of this process and also addresses the students' needs of multiple- intelligence.

Furthermore, the focus at GSR is to instill an awareness of the norms of behaviour that create positive ripples in our social environment.

In this newsletter, we have documented some of the activities that have taken place in the last academic year.

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Grammar School Rawalpindi (GSR) Chaklala Branch organized Pakistan's First Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) Exhibition, on Saturday 27th April 2019. ED GSR Nasreen Iqbal collaborated successfully with UNESCO Pakistan and NUST, who said it was one of the best exhibitions ever witnessed. Visiting parents from England said: "GSR is the best school in the world".

In the 21st century, the increasing demand for digital knowledge, integrated with various theoretical subjects, has become crucial. The exhibition focused to instill in-depth understanding of STEAM, develop a problem-solving mindset amongst the youth for career development and to encourage students' life-long learning.

Students of GSR Junior Section Chaklala Branch celebrate Quaid e Azam Day.

Successful end of Module 2 of GSR Robotics Programme "Electromagnetism". Students made cars at the end of module 2. DC motors were used in the basic car models. Students ensured their designs were optimised, created cars efficiently and innovated them according to a theme.

Chinese delegation visits Grammar School Rawalpindi to discuss future partnership opportunities for a new programme.

Grammar School Rawalpindi Executive Director, management and teachers attend the workshop on Climate change in Islamabad Hotel by Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF), GSR's new global partner. GSR representatives take the floor to the higher knowledge level by contributing their ideas and innovative projects.

Masquerade Fiesta held in GSR Rah e Aman Branch for parents, students and teachers to gather at a common platform to enjoy and have fun!

Grammar School students successfully complete the first session of Module One of GSR's Robotics Club based on circuits.

GSR Rah e Aman Junior Section celebrates Iqbal Day. Sufi darwesh whirling dance, poetry, tableau and tribute to the great poet.

GSR is pleased to announce the launch of its International Robotics Club to enable GSR students to prepare for the 21st Century Learning where digital knowledge has become absolutely critical for their future careers.

GSR Junior Section Chaklala Branch holds graduation ceremony to encourage commendable academic performance of students.

A thought provoking performance by grade four students of GSR Junior Section Chaklala Branch on "Save the trees, save the enviornment".

Montessori two students of GSR Junior Section Chaklala Branch perform on graduation day.

GSR Junior Section Chaklala Branch Montessori one students perform aerobics.

Educational model of Grammar School Rawalpindi based on 4 C's of learning, Hands-on learning and Outcome Based Education

Students of Prep class understand means of transport in effective way through outcome based learning.

GSR students love Pakistan! This video highlights our discipline, moral values and above all love for our country!

Students of GSR Junior Section Chaklala Branch learn, share and enjoy in their classrooms.

GSR hopes all the activities of the Independence Day Celebration, will initiate projects on environment, heritage education and responsible citizenship, to be embedded in the curriculum and used as a model.

The students of Grammer School Rawalpindi perform a mime based on an old chinese custom on Independance Day 2018. The tradition was to plant a tree when a child was born. This not only helps in environmental conservation and maintaining the ecological balance but it also develops the feelings on ownership towards the trees.

Grammar School Rawalpindi pioneering in the Heritage Education. A platform was provided on Independence Day Pakistan 2018 for educational institutions to share short videos on Heritage Sites

Mohenjo-daro is an archaeological site in the province of Sindh, Pakistan. Built around 2500 BCE, it was one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley civilization
Mehrgarh, sometimes anglicized as Mehergarh or Mehrgar, is a Neolithic site located near the Bolan Pass on the Kacchi Plain of Balochistan, Pakistan, to the west of the Indus River valley.
Taxila is an important archaeological site in Taxila city, Rawalpindi District of the Punjab, Pakistan, situated about 32 km north-west of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, just off the famous Grand Trunk Road. The city lies 549 metres above sea level.
Mohenjo-daro is an archaeological site in the province of Sindh, Pakistan. Built around 2500 BCE, it was one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley civilization
There are few places to get out and walk around in Islamabad, but Saidpur Village offers the opportunity to get out, walk around, see people, and wander into shops, restaurants, and galleries.
Lok Virsa Museum, also known as the National Institute of Folk & Traditional Heritage, is a museum of history, art and culture in Islamabad, Pakistan, located on the Shakarparian Hills. The museum opened in 1974 and became an autonomous institute in 2002 following the Lok Virsa Legal Status Ordinance, 2002.
"The Katas Raj Temples, also known as Qila Katas, are several Hindu temples connected to one another by walkways. The temples form a complex surrounding a pond named Katas which is regarded as sacred by Hindus. The complex is located in the Potohar Plateau region of Pakistan's Punjab province.
Rohtas Fort, is a 16th-century fortress located near the city of Jhelum in the Pakistani province of Punjab.The fortress was built during the reign of the Pashtun king Sher Shah Suri between 1541 and 1548 in order to help subdue the rebellious tribes of the Potohar region of northern Punjab that were loyal to the Mughal crown. The fort is one of the largest and most formidable in the subcontinent. Rohtas Fort was never stormed by force,and has survived remarkably intact.