Jump Start the Day with a Healthy Breakfast

For years, nutrition experts have said that a healthy breakfast is the key to start the day. Not only do we think and perform better in the day but also supports our well-being in many other ways.

To encourage eating a healthy breakfast and consolidating proper eating manners in the students, an activity was conducted in the Primary section on Friday 4th October 2019 in which students brought homemade, healthy food which included honey, kalonji, dates, Mohabbat ni Roti, omelet, butter, jam, milk and fruits.

Breakfast was thoroughly enjoyed in the form of a thaal and the students were accompanied by the principal Janab Shk. Hashim bhai, Head Moallim, Shk. Murtaza bhai and moalimeens and moalimaas. The meal started with washing hands, serving thaal and ended by applying Attar by the students.

Students thoroughly enjoyed the activity and learnt all the aspects of eating habits and a healthy food which a momin should follow in their daily life. Parents, whose children have an aversion from eating early in the morning, expressed their gratitude at their students being motivated to partake this most important meal of the day.



According to Francis Bacon
“Traveling is a part of education, an excursion is not just pleasure trip. It is the extention of the classroom” .
Educational tours are important they help students to gain new perceptions of the world around them.
At BHS, teaching and learning goes beyond the walls of the classroom because we try to equip the students with the lens and perspective to look at the world in such a way that each moment brings with it life-long lessons. The students of class V went on BHS EDUCATIONAL TRIP and visited Lahore, Khewra, Rawalpindhi, Islamabad and Patriyata. When the students got into the contact with the other culture and the language, it helped them to understand and comprehend diversity in the world. This life-changing experience uplifted these young souls which will be visible in many facets of their personal and academic lives.
The trip showed the students how real things open our eyes and makes us see more than just what  the book shows . It helped students understand the wide world outside. It encouraged them to learn, ask questions, and to build a good relationship with fellow citizens.


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