Welcome to the Single National Curriculum (SNC) Feedback Portal.

Here you will find a DRAFT version of updates to the curriculum for ECCE to Grade 12. Please give your feedback on all material shared.

After feedback is incorporated, SNC for Grades 6-8 will be notified for implementation in the Academic Year starting in 2022. First round of feedback for these grades is due on December 20, 2021.

An updated curriculum for ECCE to Grade 5 and for Grades 9-12 will be notified later, for implementation in the Academic Year starting 2023.


The 2020 General Knowledge and Social Studies Curricula have been reviewed and a few refinements have been made to make teaching and learning in classrooms more effective and inclusive.

The first broad category of change is restructuring content to maintain progression. The previous version of the Single National Curriculum did not have a progression grid for SST and the one for GK only had domains mentioned, which did not map clearly to the SLOS. This resulted in several concepts being repeated in multiple grades. Another challenge was that some concepts were introduced later but their application was embedded in textbooks in earlier grades. This team has tried to tweak the order that address that challenge.

Secondly, while the 2020 SNC had a clear approach of promoting experiential learning, it did not reflect clearly in the SLOs. The GK and SST teams have refined the SLOs in several places to facilitate active engagement in classrooms. This will be expanded more in the suggested activities that will be uploaded by End of December 2021.

Lastly, while the GK and SST curricula had no discriminatory content, there was room to make it more inclusive by giving visibility and more room to marginalized groups like the Khawajasara community, mixed ability individuals, ethnic, and religious groups.

General Knowledge

Grade 1

Grade 2:

Add: understand the concept of religion and recognise multiple religions in Pakistan.

Theme: discovering self

Grade 3:

rephrased: Recognize that communities meet peoples needs.