Keeping in view the Ashara Ohbat all around the world, at BHS too a grand majlis with the presidency of Janab Amil Saheb was held, where students graciously displayed Noha wa Aweel. Also several theoretical and practical teachings of Noha wa Aweel has made its way into children’s hearts and souls.
The Under 14 and Under 17 Girls teams from Badri High School participated in the 8TH Interschool Throwball Tournament hosted by The City School PAF Chapter where 72 schools participated. Despite the frenzy of test week, the girls were excited to be chosen for the final team. The teams left for the City School PAF
73 students of class 9 and 10, accompanied by 5 teachers of the Secondary Section, visited Hala, Sindh on 7th September 2017 and returned with the memories of a lifetime. The trip is planned every year to give them first-hand knowledge about the topics of Ajrak, Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai and cottage industries which they
It is exciting to see how the small yellow kernels turn into puffy, white and yellow popcorn. It is so much fun to hear the kernels go pop-pop-pop in the microwave. It is interesting to feel the difference between the smooth
School is a huge change in the life of a three-year-old. Playgroup makes the transition much easier. Children begin to gain independence in their daily life activities. They learn to adjust to a classroom full of other like-minded children and gain increasing confidence in speaking and motor skills. Throughout this whole process they play, enjoy
In the morning assembly on 6th September 2017, the girls of class 8 gave an entertaining presentation where they explained the layers of the atmosphere and their characteristics in the form of a poem. This was followed by handing over certificates of the Story Map Writers by the librarian, Ms. Husaina. This is part of
20 enthusiastic students of class 6,7 and 8 participated in the first Urdu Elocution of the year 2017-18 and won the hearts of the audience of their peers as well as the teachers. With confidence, poise and clarity they recited the works of great poets like Iqbal as well as lighter, humorous poems too. The