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Vision and mission

OUR VISION:

Transforming lives by instilling 21st century skills and inspiring lifelong learning in every student that demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and values required for productive global citizenship.

OUR MISSION:

The MET School will prepare students for the 21st Century by engaging all learners in meaningful learning experiences that meet the highest educational and ethical standards in a caring, collaborative learning community supported through partnerships with parents and families.

Aims and Objectives

  • All people have equal intrinsic worth.
  • Individuals are responsible for their actions.
  • Embracing diversity enriches the individual and society.
  • Personal success is fundamental to self-esteem.
  • The family is of vital importance in the development of the individual.
  • Each person is a unique learner.
  • Each person requires nurturing and love to achieve full potential.
  • Parents, students and teachers share the responsibility for education.
  • Creativity and freedom of expression enrich the individual and society.
  • Quality education empowers the individual and expands options throughout life.

We have been trying to introduce a system of teaching in which teachers are given their due status and a contributing role to use their talents in free , relaxed a and a stress free environment. Under this system an inspiring team effort is realized in which teachers become the THINK TANKS  of the Principal and equal helpers and allies in educating their children.

It is easy to introduce a system, but is not easy to adapt it in spirit. To change such traditions an habits is not easy. An open mind and a sustained effort and pre-requisites of change. Keeping an open mind means to receive suggestions, evaluations and feed back and not to reject it or to take offence. We all like to reject negative feed back as personal criticism and ease our conscience. Of course feed back  has to be shared and evaluated with wise educators and peers in the same field.

  1. From childhood onwards in the years of growing and working we form opinions and notions. Some are inherited and some are acquired. Set ways of thinking, following traditions and the prevailing practices get ingrained in the mind. A firm belief in the goodness of our objectives and a consistent conscious effort at self-evaluation contributes to the willingness to change for the positive.
  2. Every individual is endowed with special and different skills and abilities. We need to recognize that we can learn from our own peers or age group, even from the children and people younger in age or junior in position. They may know about certain subjects and we may not to be availing an benefiting from their special skills and abilities to the advantage of our institution.
  3. Our overall cultural pattern is rather authoritarian. We are conditioned to take orders, obey and not question. Sometimes this may be handy and good for maintaining discipline but the over all effect of such a pattern is:
  4. That it erodes self confidence
  5. It does not contribute to the ability to make decisions and take responsibility for ones own decisions.
  6. It does not contribute to the development of the faculty to reason out problems and situations.
  7. It ills personal initiative.
  8. a repot of the World Bank identifies a weakness in our psyche that Pakistanis are very good workers as individuals but they cannot get along and function well as group. It is their assessment that our system has not taught us how to function in groups.
Milk and Biscuit Programe
Team Work Culture
Education Through Fun & Play
Ethics