Student Activities

Bloomfield Hall School offers a range of recreational and educational activities for students. Local and international school trips are an important feature of student activity. Sports, poetry recitation, debates, photography, drama etc. are also an integral aspect of Bloomfield Hall culture.

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Admission Form

We recommend that before completing and submitting the form, parents should read the Admission Procedure by clicking the icon ‘Admissions’ at the top of the home page.

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Curriculum & Assessment

The School has an extensive network, engaged in evaluating and monitoring academic standards in schools all over the country. The persons responsible for this include Course Coordinators, Heads, Regional Directors, Monitoring Cell Head and his/her team and the Academic Director.

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Graduate Programme

Bloomfield Hall offers its ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level graduates a special opportunity to pursue the University of London International Degree Programmes in various disciplines. These courses are offered by University College Lahore (UCL).

The House System

Students are assigned a House, each House having its own House Master/Mistress. Major inter-House competitions are held each term in both academics and sports.


Participation in sports at the school is compulsory for all able-bodied students. The school offers facilities in the following sports: cricket, football, badminton, athletics, gymnastics, swimming, aerobics, yoga, table-tennis.

After-School Clubs

The School offers a range of club activities including chess, choral music, karate, drama, art & craft, kathak/ballet, cookery and science.


Inter-class, inter-house, inter-school and All Pakistan Championships are held in sports and debate. In addition, poetry recitation, handwriting, art and singing competitions are held during the year.

Life at Bloomfield Hall

Air conditioned classrooms

In addition to the classrooms, libraries, labs, offices, common rooms are all air-conditioned.


Trips combine recreational and educational aims. Three types of trips are organized.

Sport facilities

As most campuses are purpose-built, sufficient space is allocated for students to play games.


Nadeem Qasir

BSc(London) | MSc(London)

Message from Chairman Executive Board
A school is much more than a medium through which academic training takes place. All educated parents (with time on their hands) can do this quite effectively at home without sending children to school. School is not merely a teaching academy!
A good school provides opportunities that a single household cannot. It enables students to socially interact, teaching them the rules of interaction when they venture out in the real world – enabling them to live in a civil society. It teaches them tolerance in face of opposition or even provocation, to agree to disagree, to have a democratic perspective, to observe social etiquettes such as forming queues and waiting for one’s turn, to be disciplined, to acquire success through diligence and hard work.
School is a microcosm of society at large: it prepares us for entry into adulthood equipped with skills to cope with the challenges of adult life and to turn setbacks into triumphs! School is NOT simply an academy to prepare children for exams!

A. L. Williams

B.A (Newcastle-upon-Tyne) | P.G.C.E (Sheffield)

Message from Founder Member
Bloomfield Hall aims to equip its pupils with the tools they need to participate successfully in the 21st century – robust mathematical and scientific knowledge, a competent and confident command of languages and the furtherance of students’ creative and sporting skills. To nurture the spirit of critical enquiry is also its aim, as the basis of scientific and cultural progress.
A good school removes blinkers and opens up the world for its pupils, whilst also teaching respect for traditional values, and consideration for others’ feelings and beliefs. Pupils are led to an awareness of poverty and injustice, to develop a sense of fairness, tolerance and goodwill, and to attain good examination results at the same time.
This was the philosophy behind the establishment of Bloomfield Hall in 1984 and remains our motivating force today.




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Social Responsibility

Over the decades, Bloomfield Hall has participated in many social awareness and fundraising projects.

Climate Change

Special seminars and assembly presentations are held in Bloomfield Hall branches to raise awareness among students of the need to grow trees to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

Say No To Plastic

Students of many branches run the ‘Say NO to Plastic’ awareness campaign because they have learnt that disposable plastic, particularly plastic bags, is a major world issue.

Fund Raising

Relief for natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods and droughts, is one aspect of Bloomfield Hall’s fundraising activities.