Bloomfield Hall considers it important that students receive education and training in purpose-built campuses.
To this end, Bloomfield Hall has constructed large and small campuses in various cities in Pakistan.
In addition to the above, the following schools are functioning in purpose-built campuses:
Bloomfield Hall schools provide a range of co-curricular facilities as part of the timetable, suited to the ages of the students. As a matter of policy Bloomfield Hall School provides the following infrastructural facilities in most of its branches
In-house swimming pools are an integral part of all Bloomfield Hall campuses which run junior classes. For Upper School children swimming is arranged at standard swimming pools in quality clubs and hotels. Swimming is part of the regular sports curriculum during the summers.
In order to achieve high productivity, a conducive working environment is a must; thus all branches of Bloomfield Hall are air-conditioned including class rooms, libraries, halls, laboratories and offices.
The subject range offered at Bloomfield Hall necessitates well equipped and quality labs. It is for this reason that all Bloomfield Hall branches have their own computer labs and science labs. These have all the equipment and materials to meet the requirement of various subjects. Some of the Bloomfield Hall labs are used by the British Council and Higher and Higher-Secondary Boards to serve as examination centres to conduct the practical examinations.
Bloomfield Hall makes extensive use of audio visual aids in pursuance of its educational curriculum. All branches are equipped with OHPs, multimedia projectors, DVD/VHS players, televisions etc.
Students are given the opportunity to experience and practise various methods and techniques which enable them to enjoy their creativity and good craftsmanship. Special emphasis is placed on how to do various things rather than to learn what things are done.
One to two trips are organized per term. These trips have both educational and recreational value. Students visit places such as parks and lakes, museums, markets, banks, law courts, factories, radio stations, airports, army bases, hotels and restaurants.
The aim of our music lessons is to cultivate taste and appreciation of music among our students. Our children deserve access to the enjoyment and relaxation which music can bring to them. For this, our schools hold regular music lessons starting from the junior classes.
We encourage all students to participate in a variety of club activities including chess, karate, drama, kathak / ballet, and cookery etc. These activities depend on the availability of facilities and interests of teachers and students. These activities usually take place after school hours.
Students are assigned a ‘House’ having its own House Master / Mistress. Inter-House competitions are held in both academics and sports.
Physical exercises are part of the regular timetable for all students. The types of games played also depend on the school premises. If the school grounds do not offer enough space, then arrangements are made to play games in local play grounds.
Participation in sports is compulsory for all able-bodied students. The school offers facilities in the following sports:
Cricket, football, badminton, athletics, gymnastics, swimming, aerobics and table tennis etc.