Introducing the
Future Skills Curriculum

For the first time in Pakistan, an international approach to education & a truly innovative curriculum.

The Future Skills Curriculum at Foundation Public School (FPS) has been developed to prepare students for a changing world and is intended to engage them deeply in meaningful learning that moves beyond the traditional approaches to one that is truly innovative.

Pre-Nursery-Grade II

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Foundation Public School is
Pakistan’s exclusive Future Design School.

Foundation Public School joins a collective of schools dedicated to a shared vision for transforming education. Future Design Schools set themselves apart as pioneers in education through forward-thinking strategy and systemic evolution of their school’s pedagogical approach, student programs and teacher capacity. Such schools have shown a deep commitment to future ready competency development through authentic, challenge based learning and are able to demonstrate ongoing, measurable results that meet rigorous standards.

What is Future Design School?

Future Design School is a world renowned Canadian educational consultancy that empowers educators & students with the skillsets they need to be future-ready.

Future Design School partners with schools and districts globally to support effective and long term education transformation. Their team of senior education experts serve as trusted advisors to school leaders around the world and their experienced coaches have worked with 25,000 educators and over 500,000 students.

Future Design School’s strategists leverage a proven and proprietary process that provides school and system leaders with applied human-centred design methodology to create innovation-driven climates that encourage reflective and inspirational practice while ensuring clarity around key objectives, roles and resourcing.

What is Future Design School?

Future Design School is a world renowned Canadian educational consultancy that empowers educators & students with the skillsets they need to be future-ready.

Future Design School partners with schools and districts globally to support effective and long term education transformation. Their team of senior education experts serve as trusted advisors to school leaders around the world and their experienced coaches have worked with 25,000 educators and over 500,000 students.

Future Design School’s strategists leverage a proven and proprietary process that provides school and system leaders with applied human-centred design methodology to create innovation-driven climates that encourage reflective and inspirational practice while ensuring clarity around key objectives, roles and resourcing.

Future Design School Team

Sarah Prevette

Founder & CEO

Sandra Nagy

Director of Learning

Rachel Franks

Education Lead

Experiential Learning &
Ongoing Inquiry

A learning process that engages students by making real-world connections & solving complex problems.

Future Design School curriculum empowers students to play an active role in their learning, providing them with opportunities to uncover content, and engage in real world problem solving opportunities.

Students explore complex concepts through experiential learning sparking students’ curiosity in order to drive ongoing inquiry! Subjects are no longer taught in isolation, but are rather taught in units that are integrating various themes & subjects. By studying multiple academic concepts together, learners develop the skills to bring creative solutions to all kinds of real-world problems.

Setting clear learning objectives or goals and accountability metrics, ensures educators have the right tools and skills to support students on their learning journey through ongoing assessment.

Through experiential learning, ongoing inquiry and assessment - students will begin to

Develop transferable skills and competencies to drive learning journey forward.

Building Future
Ready Skills

The future-ready student is equipped to be flexible, adaptable, and resilient.

The world for our students is complex and changing quickly. 85% of the jobs that will exist in 2030 have not even been invented yet. In fact, labor economists predict that in less than 10 years, 77% of jobs will require deep and specific technical skills.

In order to compete in new and emerging economies and the careers of tomorrow, we need to help students build future ready skills. Preparing students for future success isn’t simply about developing particular skill sets, or understanding specific technology. The goal is to spark early learning and inspire students with technology, while establishing the key non-technical skills that employ.

We know that in order to thrive in a rapidly changing world, individuals need to develop flexible, adaptable problem solving skill sets and have the creative confidence to tackle complex challenges. We believe in experiential learning that engages students in authentic, real world problem solving.

Students need tools to successfully manage change. When students are encouraged to build skills like problem-solving, planning, and communication, they are better prepared to navigate change.

Future-ready is life ready.

Journey Based Assessment

Assessment is the linchpin to driving essential skill & competency development.

A term coined by Future Design School, Journey Based Assessment takes the full learning process into consideration. This empowers our students to push themselves, seek out inspiration, understand what it is they want to achieve, and learn to set their own goals, fostering resilience and perseverance to achieve greatness by learning from failures and preparing for a future that they want.

Unlike traditional forms of examination, testing & quantitative reporting, journey based assessments focus on obtaining mastery over specific skill development during the students tenure at school. The learning journey for each student is personalized & self directed.

Journey Based Assessment is a powerful approach that can drive deep learning and facilitate specific, measurable student growth over time. Assessments need to reward curiosity, ambition, resourcefulness, iteration and the connecting of seemingly disparate ideas, among other concepts. Journey Based Practitioners value the journey of learning over the product.

We can help identify where students are at, where they need to go next, and what we need to doto support them in getting there.