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Bloomfield breaks all records in CIE exams

PESHAWAR: Bloomians have set high standards for the future by achieving a record number of A*s in their O\’ Level examination, the result of which was recently declared.
It is with great pleasure that we announce that the Bloomfield Hall School has achieved the best results in the entire city of Peshawar, said the administration of the institute.
In the recently announced O’level examination result, the students of Bloomfield Hall School have yet again achieved distinctions by scoring straight As and A*s with a 100% passing rate.
The principal, headmistress and staff work together as a team at this school, and nurture the minds of the pupils in a manner that no tuitions what so ever are required by any of the students here, in order to secure the best of results, stated the HM.
We grind these young diamonds in a way that their light shines brighter than any other, said a teacher at the institute.
The principal and staff are constantly interacting with each student and teacher individually and work relentlessly to achieve excellence. They hire the best teachers possible and see to it that the students’ ambitions become a reality.
One particular aspect that really sets BHS apart from other schools is that at the time of admission of students, their aptitude and future potential is closely scrutinized. The numbers of students admitted are limited, thereby enabling the teachers to give them individual attention. It is no secret that being fluent in speaking and writing English in Pakistan is the basic key to success. For this reason the English teachers we have our own staff are very highly competent and can be compared to the teachers of the best English Medium Schools in the country.
We mould these young impressionable minds with unwavering devotion and put in our utmost effort aiming at not only producing an outstanding result in their examination but also towards grooming them to become confidant and productive members of society in their practical lives, concluded the headmistress.



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