A Warm Welcome

At the heart of all we do is the people that make Ivy what it is - a vibrant community of thinkers and doers! Since the day Ivy was founded by a group of like-minded parents, we have woven into our community the threads of diversity and inclusivity which make our campus and community warm and welcoming to all. We have remained true to that spirit through the years, and desire to create a rich culture of volunteerism and that can ensure the continued growth of our tight-knit community.

The Parents Association

The Parent Association at Ivy is composed of the Parent Council as well as room parents from various preschool and primary classrooms. The PA aims to support the school community by advocating for the rights of all children and families, and working together to foster a healthy and welcoming school environment. Families that are transitioning into school often find an added support as they settle into the school routine.

The PA also hosts and supports a variety of events in the year to find ways to give back to our community, where our parent volunteers find opportunities to contribute to the fun, friendships and festivities in meaningful ways. Our PA coffee and ice cream socials are popular ways to connect with the parent body while also discovering a source of support and developing lifelong friendships.

Hear From The President Of Our Parent Association: Savera Abbas

Community Partnerships

At Ivy, we provide students with a myriad of service opportunities both inside and outside of school. We partner with well-established local community organisations to allow students to engage in different service areas such as medical and healthcare operations, special ability groups, and training and coaching programs. Through these efforts, we hope to build in our saplings a sense of citizenship and service - thereby not only helping others, but also expanding their own worldview, developing empathy and leadership and realising the importance of creating impact. They also return to their classrooms with a renewed sense of purpose and a better understanding of how their learning applies in the real world.


Tarbiyat Program by The Indus Hospital

The Ivy School in collaboration with The Indus Hospital launched the Tarbiyat Program for children. The Program aims to instil the values of helping out others to make children more compassionate towards the less fortunate and share their blessings.

The Annual Ivy Blood Drive with Indus

The Annual Ivy Blood Drive is a successful Parent Association arranged event where parents contribute to the blood bank at the Indus Hospital. It is a well-loved and spirited event with strong school participation and a sense of citizenship and giving.

The Annual Ramadan Gift Drive with Indus

Every Ramadan, our students come together to celebrate the spirit of giving. Parents and students meet on campus on "Packing Day" to pack collected items for the Paediatric Cancer Ward at the Indus Hospital Karachi. We hope you get better soon!

Bake Sale for Birthing Kits

Saplings from Grade 1 and 2 organised a bake sale for flood relief efforts. The tables were filled with all kinds of delectable baked goodies, and everyone bought a little something to help the cause. All funds were donated to the Mama Baby Fund which is providing women and new-borns in flood-affected areas with emergency medical treatments and supplies.

Partnership with KDSP

This October, we joined hands with Karachi Down Syndrome Program (KDSP) to inspire young minds and advocate for inclusion in society. To inaugurate the launch of our partnership, the co-founders of KDSP, Ali and Farzeen Allawala visited Ivy and shared their incredible journey with us. Their ambassador, the famous Ali Hamza also came over to sing the new KDSP anthem Pyaar Banto with our students and parents!

Partnership with Mama Baby Fund

We have partnered with the Mama Baby Fund (MBP) to raise awareness amongst children about the problems faced by new mothers in low-income communities. The founder of MBF, Ms. Neha Mankani visited Ivy and started a child-friendly dialogue on emergency medical treatments, birthing supplies and infant mortality.

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Making A Difference Together

What makes Ivy different is the range of unique talents offered by our experienced and qualified educators. We select candidates who are not only experts in their field, but who wish to impact lives and bring change to the education system by being life-defining mentors in our students' academic, extracurricular and social-emotional development. Ivy is an equal employment opportunity employer and all are welcome to apply.

The Associate Teacher Trainee Program

In 2022, Ivy built networks with the best education programs in the country to launch its Associate Teacher Trainee (ATT) Program. To apply for the ATT Program, candidates must:

- Hold a bachelors or masters in education or education-related fields

- Commit to a rigorous two-year internship at the school

- Have a desire to excel in education and build a career in the field

Qualified candidates are called in for a three-step interview and placement process. Applications open in January and final decisions are communicated in June.


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