Farrukh Hassan's Blog


Syllabus for Home Schooling

Filed under: Children, Education, Social Revolution — Farrukh Hassan @ 4:55 PM

Dear All

Thank you for your interest and support in the matter of Home Schooling… I have uploaded most of the material on net… some is still remaining but i thought that its better that i share whatever i have uploaded till today and mark my progress by naming the document as 1.0 … when I’ll update the document further I’ll will publish the next version i.e. 1.1 and 1.2 and so on.

let me explain how you can benefit from the document.

the document is in three levels…

initially there is an excel file that has tabs for subjects.

in each subject , first I have given an overall syllabus on yearly basis.

below that yearly syllabus i have shown examples that how did i distribute this yearly syllabus into monthly and weekly syllabus..

then there is a word file that contains the details of the things that i have developed, and am developing still, my self.

lets take an example on the use of the documents

In Urdu syllabus in the excel sheet you will see that children of early stage 1 are supposed to be told 5 stories …. in the lower part of that excel sheet you will see that in which month and which week will you be telling the story number 1… and then to find the story number 1 you may look into the detailed word document that contains the material that I have developed.

As you will see, I have associated age groups with stages… i.e. 2-3 year child is in early stage 1 . The syllabus of Stage 9 is somewhat equal to the class 8  of normal schools The pace that I have set is what I think is suitable for my children… you can set your own pace and change the number of days that your child needs to clear a level… You can start the early stage 1 at 3 years or even later if you wish to…

An other thing is that you can increase the pace of the subject that your child is picking up better so the child can cross over to stage 1 in english and may still be in early stage 1 in urdu.

I will be continuously updating the two documents … so every now and then you may check this post and see if there is a newer version available than the one that you have.

The Excel file that contains syllabus is here (Version 1.1)

The Word file that contains details is here. (Version 1.1)

I am open for any question or suggestions that you may have… Thank you once again for your support.

Farrukh Hassan



  1. very good syllabus

    Comment by Muhammad owaid — 14/04/2011 @ 2:57 AM

  2. this is really appreciating & beneficial for my kids

    Comment by Adeel — 14/04/2011 @ 10:42 AM

  3. nice syllabus

    Comment by Midhat — 19/04/2011 @ 6:48 PM

  4. Great and appreciatable effort. Farrukh sb whats your contact no?

    Comment by Shahzad Qamar — 30/12/2011 @ 7:54 PM

    • Jazakallah Shahzad

      you can contact me on

      Comment by Farrukh Hassan — 02/01/2012 @ 11:38 AM

      • assalam wa alikum,
        jazk ALLah it is so nice.. and my 3 children can go with this inshALlha how can then we take exams and give marks for next session. inshaALLa from today i will start this

        Comment by uzma — 22/09/2012 @ 1:25 PM

      • Assalam-o-Alaikum!
        Please send me your contact number.


        Comment by Jawad Abdul Mateen — 28/09/2012 @ 1:15 PM

  5. AssalamoAlikum,
    MashAllah great effort u made..m homeschooling mother of age 4 and one thing i really missed is Arabic language..AsA muslim we should give on our first priority..to instill our deen truly in our kiddies..to make true and practicing muslims..as far as your syllabus concern i recommending Eeman series for key words reading scheme in english.chk it.Hopes you better state in eeman and health.!

    Comment by itsnus — 22/02/2013 @ 2:24 PM

  6. Assalam alaikum Farrukh bhai,
    This is a nice syllabus. You did a tremendous effort (in reinventing the wheel… o just kidding).
    its a wonderful guide for Anyone interested in homeschooling. i think there are no noticeable differences in syllabus of any good school and this one. I would also like to add my 2 cents for home schooling parents –>

    home schooling:
    not for –>
    – parents having 2+ children
    – a working mother
    – a father who has a more than normal (8-9 hrs) office responsibilities
    – living in a joint family system pakistani (depends)
    – lazy parents
    – parents with a bz social circle
    – parents where both of them are not well educated

    possible issues:

    – social interaction of child is a big question.
    – lack of competition skills

    in simple… its for super mom and Dads … i wish i were a super dad 🙂

    Good Luck parents!

    (I also have a syllabus that i work with my kids, along with their school syllabus, I have noted all the good points from your list, thank you).

    Comment by Asim — 27/02/2013 @ 10:11 PM

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