FIELD has established Foresight School System (FSS) in order to provide access to quality education to out of schools, impaired and under-privileged Afghan refugee children and the host population who have dropped out and left out due to any reasons through FSS schools and Early Childhood Care and Development-ECCD initiatives in Rawalpindi Punjab. Later on the same initiative was introduced in Gilgit-Baltistan for the same purpose and target group. Afghan refugee and local unprivileged children in Rawalpindi are facilitated in their tuition fee, books, stationery and uniform in partnership with Hashoo Foundation and Aga Khan Social Welfare Board. Working children have specially been enrolled in the schools and they are given extra time and guidance in the achievement of learning outcomes. Moreover, FIELD has ensured an environment in the FSS schools, which is child friendly, where children take their active role in teaching and learning interplay and have courage to ask questions to clarify unclear themes. FIELD has introduced inclusive education in the schools and enrolled impaired children in different classes and educates them with other students by looking into individual needs of the students. FIELD has established School Management Committees (SMCs) in FSS schools as well. There is an equal representation of Pakistani and Afghan people in SMCs. The volunteer members of FIELD visit door to door of the Afghan and other under-privileged community members and convince parents to enroll their children to schools.
FIELD has established a mechanism for in-house capacity building program for teachers. Weekly need based professional development sessions are conducted on content and methodology of different subjects. Academic staff and teachers deliver sessions in their turn on specific topics. Moreover, reflective sessions are also conducted on daily basis to analyze the progress made and challenges faced that helps the staff to plan further and address challenges and move towards improvement. In addition, FIELD academic staff members are further providing on the job support to teachers in classrooms by observing their lessons and giving them feedback and targets for further improvement and delivering model lessons whenever need felt.