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Countrywide Results 2022-2023

Another year of academic excellence and aren’t we proud? A huge thank you to our dedicated teachers for all their efforts. Well done to our brilliant students. We know you will make us proud in the years ahead. And congratulations to the proud parents of such clever and gifted children!
latest events

Gulberg Sports Fest 2023

BHS SPORTSFEST 4.0 was held at Bloomfield Hall Gulberg on 3rd-5th February. We had a total of 14 categories which not only tested the physical strength of children, but their mental capabilities as well. Our event was a huge success as we had almost 30 different institutes. The last day was the best of all with an amazing closing ceremony and a great full of fun social; A DJ night! The whole management was indeed very hardworking because without them this fest would never have been possible.

BHS takes Baku!

What better way to spend the New Year exploring another country and soaking up its culture with friends! Our O & A Level students from Multan travelled to Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku!

Multan Olympiad V

Bloomfield Hall Upper School Multan kicked off the new year, by hosting a much awaited annual event: Olympiad V, on 8th and 9th January 2023. This two-day event was packed with games, prizes, concerts (with Falak Shabbir and SomeWhatSuper). The Olympiad ended with a formal dinner and a mesmerising Qawwali night.

Sahiwal 25th anniversary

Bloomfield Hall Sahiwal branch was established in 1997. Under the leadership of our dedicated partner, Mrs. Alia Ahsan, the branch is now the leading English-medium school in the city of Sahiwal. To celebrate its 25 years of success, our Sahiwal branch has hosted a number of events, such as a concert for their alumni students, starring musician Nabeel Shaukat Ali.

Gulberg school play

On 9th and 10th December, Bloomfield Hall Gulberg branch in Lahore staged Shakespeare’s comedy, Twelfth Night, directed by Principal Angela Williams. The actors had the audience in fits of laughter throughout, especially over Malvolio’s yellow stockings!

JT Arena 5.0

Between 14th and 20th November, our Johar Town branch in Lahore organised the fifth edition of its signature Inter School Mega Event called ‘JT ARENA 5.0’. The event comprised 16 categories of competitions, including bilingual declamation contests, public speaking, poetry recitation, art, business and sports competitions. A total of 209 teams took part, consisting of 600+ participants from 44 different institutions nationwide.

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World Soil Day Global Poster Drawing Contest

Areeha Ashfaq from Class 1 Bloomfield Hall Askari Bypass Campus (Multan Cantt), is amongst two other talented young artists from Turkey, who won this drawing contest, organised by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FOA). This global drawing contest is amongst the FOA’s other initiatives to raise awareness of the potentials and challenges for sustainable soil management.

O Level Toppers in the World and Punjab

We are overwhelmed with pride and joy for our students from our Multan branches.

Topping IN THE WORLD in Physics for Cambridge O Level is Abdul Moiz Aftab from New Multan branch! Congratulations you brilliant boy!

And topping in the Punjab for Urdu O Level as a Second Language is Haniya Ahmed from Multan Cantt branch! Our hearty congratulations to you!

Medieval World History published

Bloomfield Hall Publications’ latest history book, written by Olivia Qasir, is out now in local bookstores.

Medieval World History for Class 6 is a prequel, that has been written following the popularity of its predecessor, Modern World History for Class 7. Owing to the book’s success, Bloomfield Hall Publications has begun working on another book titled Ancient World History for Class 5, which will be published by the beginning of 2023.

Faris Shafi concert at UCL

Our sister organisation UCL Lahore hosted an unforgettable solo concert with Pakistan’s favourite rapper, Faris Shafi.

Digital Rights Foundation

In today’s digital world, as much as parents would like to have full control over what their teenagers do online, it is oftentimes not possible. In order to teach our students to become responsible netizens, we invited members of the Digital Rights Foundation to Bloomfield Hall Gulberg to educate our students about cyber security, cybercrime, online safety and online harassment.

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