The Educators Pre-school was launched in 2004 and today there are over 252 branches across Pakistan.
During the first few years of early childhood, children go through rapid physical and mental development and we offer a curriculum that is designed to provide a well-rounded and concrete foundation for the crucial early years of a child’s life as he/she prepares for school.
The curriculum is based on active forms of learning, on stimulating a curious mind, on discovering, and learning is experiential (learning-by-doing) rather than learning that is based exclusively on books.
Our pre-school provides an environment where teachers establish individual bonds with young students; activities are designed to engage young minds, to create a culture that facilitates learning, while providing an environment for skill and social development.
The first start to a child’s life is important and its success is significantly influenced by the active involvement of parents and teachers. Parents are encouraged to be informed and be aware of how their contribution can enrich their child’s learning experience.
Our vision for each and every child is based on
Developing a balanced sense of self-awareness and respect
Finding a valued place in the school community
Learning to form healthy, lasting relationships and increasing their social network
Cultivating aesthetic appreciation, igniting a curious and explorative mind
Establishing basic knowledge of skills and attitude
Registration & Admission
Registration starts in January and continues till the first week of March every year
Registration forms are available at all schools
Prospectus is provided at the time of registration
All students must take, and clear, an oral and written admission test to gain acceptance (written test not applicable for pre-school)
A successful test clearance is necessary before qualifying for an interview
The admission tests are prepared in accordance with the appropriate level for each class and are evaluated as per criteria chalked out by the School Head
Admission results are announced within approximately 2 working days
Deposit fee at the designated bank or school along with the completed registration form
Schedule for date of interview and the admission test is announced
An oral and written test is conducted as per schedule
A child must first clear the written test before qualifying for the interview (written test not applicable for pre-school)The child and his/her parents are interviewed by the School Head (and possibly also by attending staff members)Should the child clear the admission test and the interview, the admission fee invoice is to be submitted at the school to complete the admission process
There is no written test for pre-school. The admission test for primary and secondary school is based on the following subjects and classes:
KG & I - English, Urdu, Mathematics and General Knowledge (oral)
Class II to VII – English, Urdu, Mathematics and Science
The admission test is structured to fit onto one page with questions from all subjects and each paper is for 100 marks,
which are spread evenly across all subjects
No other personnel other than the designated invigilators are allowed at the time of the test. The invigilators provide guidance and support to the children during the test if required.
Interested parents are encouraged to register online by completing the required form.
Interested parties can begin the process by submitting an application via telephone, fax, letter, email or a personal visit to our office.
Each application is assigned to a Business Relationship Officer and once an application for expression of interest is received, a client file or case is created and maintained for record as the case progresses.
The Inquiry Data Form in the dossier marks the first step in the application process and the prospective client is given the product information kit which includes the company and corporate profile, financial proposal and Application Form II.
The product information kit is couriered, in case of distance inquiry.
After the client submits the Application Form II, the process that takes place is detailed below:
The process starts with a detailed presentation
The city, area and the type of school is discussed and mutually decided on
Site inspection by the assigned relationship officer representing the territory and an engineer
Once the site is approved an MOU must be signed by paying 50% of the total franchise fee
Next, the site plan is discussed, evaluated and finalized
Agreement signing date and start date for school is decided on
The remaining fee to be submitted at the time of signing off of agreement
Once the agreement is signed, the prospective client is now our Associate and part of our Network
The academic year commences from April and continues till March of next year. There are 2 terms in an academic year:
Term 1 April to October
Term 2 November to March
Note: An academic year may vary according to regional BISE requirements.
Examination results are compiled, recorded and maintained in respective student files. Results are usually put up on the Class Examination Result Sheet and displayed on the notice board; copies of which are authenticated by the SEC and communicated to the Controller Examinations.
Results are obtained from the following tests and exams:
The result is recorded in a Progress Report and then communicated to respective students and parents.
Who We Are
The Beaconhouse Group is an international private school system with up to 193,000 students in eight countries and is possibly the largest school system of its kind in the world. Established in November 1975 as the Les Anges Montessori Academy for toddlers, Beaconhouse has since grown into a global network of private schools, institutes, and universities, imparting distinctive and meaningful education to students from pre-school to post-graduation.
82,000 study at the group’s flagship network, the Beaconhouse School System, while the remaining students are mostly enrolled at The Educators, which is a parallel school network operated by the group.
The Educators was launched in 2002 and has since grown into a vast network of pre-schools, primary and secondary schools across Pakistan. Today, The Educators extends its unique learning experience to over 104,000 students in 306 branches located in 160 cities of Pakistan, making it the largest network in the country.
The Beaconhouse Group caters to the education and training needs of a large and diverse group of individuals of varying ages, socio-economic backgrounds, and nationalities, with its activities also extending beyond education in some countries.
The group aims to empower students to meet the challenges of the 21st century by bringing quality education and opportunities within the reach of every student in its vast network.What We OfferThe Educators provides a standardised education through its extensive framework of strategic alliances (franchise system).
Launched in 2002, it has experienced phenomenal growth and today, The Educators extends its unique learning experience to well over 104,000 students in 306 branches across Pakistan, thus making it the largest educational network in the country.
The Educators draws support from the experience, curriculum and best practices of the Beaconhouse School System (BSS) to offer a stimulating and rewarding educational programme. There are two different programmes offered by The Educators: pre-school and primary and secondary schooling.
Why You Should Choose The Educators
Quality Curriculum - quality, well-rounded English medium curriculum suited to our cultural, historical and religious framework. Our curriculum has produced some of the best Matriculation results in the country
Contemporary Early Learning Methodologies – qualified and experienced staff uses modern teaching methods for young studentsEducation continuity – pre-school students are by default eligible to continue at The Educators Primary and Secondary school(s); in such a scenario, registration and admission fees are waived
Student Indemnity Plan: ensures the continuity of a student’s education in case of the demise of a working parent (Terms and conditions apply, please contact office for more details)Classroom size is balanced with student strength per class – this allows for equal attention and space distribution
Specially developed and proven educational aids and equipmentInvolvement of caring elders from the community (for pre-school)Encourages parental involvement – parental involvement has a profound impact on the child and serves to enrich the learning experienceInter-city and intra-branch student transfer facility
Student Management System:
improves network effectiveness; this feature allows student assessment and progress to be tracked and maintainedStudent Health Care: in addition to first aid provisioning, there are educational and awareness projects to promote healthy eating habits and physical fitness
Co-curricular activities (for primary and secondary school): art and craft, physical education and games, inter-school and regional competitions, educational trips, newsletters and magazines, clubs and societies all come together for an enriched student life
Unique Features and Objectives of The Educators
Providing quality, affordable, English medium education for all Imparting a balanced combination of traditional and modern teaching and learning approaches
Academic Department provides Curriculum Resource Packs (CRPs) and Daily Lesson Plans (DLPs). Teachers use these CRPs and DLPs to ensure effective teaching and learning in the classrooms
Minimising costs and expenditure by offering standardised curriculum, textbooks, stationery, uniforms, staff training and development, assessments, evaluations and monitoring systems
Offers teacher training for new methodologies and efficient teaching techniquesKeeping an eye on the latest advancements in schools and global curriculum to seek out, and adopt suitable programmes for Pakistan
Develop a network of schools that penetrate deep into the social fabric for convenient access and equal opportunity education for allSharing best practices and knowledge pool with a cross-section of practising professionalsProviding a sustainable and profitable business model for entrepreneursSharing and providing expertise to strategic partners and network associates (franchisee)
To provide a well-rounded English medium education suited to our cultural, historical and religious framework. We hope to empower and equip the future generations to meet the challenges of today’s evolving and highly competitive world.
We offer quality teaching, training skills and quality management so that, on a holistic level, our contributions benefit the community, the country and the wider world.
‘The Educators’ aims for a quality learning experience for the students and quality training for the faculty by providing excellence in education within our socio-cultural framework, bringing forth benefit to students, community and the country.
We are highly quality conscious and take all necessary measures to ensure our position as a revolutionary leader in education in Pakistan
Complying with agreed client expectations, requirements and satisfaction standardsKnowing that everyone is a direct contributor towards upholding and maintenance of quality standards
Putting forth best efforts to achieve company and organisational targets while complying to quality standards along with legal and regulatory requirements
Quality control of operational variations by ongoing continuous improvement training of staff to enhance service, skill-set and know-how
Operating in a safe and healthy environment to improve employee satisfaction
Endeavouring to reinforce and improve business relationships with our suppliers and vendors
Complete belief in and commitment to the vision and mission statement, through the lineGroup ProfileBeaconhouse School System
The Beaconhouse School System is the flagship educational institution of the Beaconhouse Group. It began as a small nursery in a private house in Lahore in 1975 and it is now the largest school system of its type in the world.Beaconhouse schools are present in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, the Philippines, Thailand, the UAE, and the United Kingdom. The Beaconhouse School System now has up to 193,000 students worldwide.
Established in 2002, The Educators is a franchise-based system of affiliated schools that caters to Pakistan’s growing middle class. With 306 branches and over 104,000 students, it has a vast reach.
The Educators’ schools aim for a quality, standardised, learning experience for students at one third of the cost of Beaconhouse School System schools. The franchise has also started branching outside Pakistan, starting in Saudi Arabia. The Discovery Centre
The Discovery Centre engages young students through new technologies such as robotics, digital filmmaking, computers, and the Internet. Launched in 2002, the Centre is based on the educational theories of visionaries like Seymour Papert. The philosophy of the Discovery Centre is to use technologies to enhance the intuitive understanding of abstract school concepts.
Beaconhouse National University
The Beaconhouse National University is a liberal arts university that opened in Lahore in 2003. This is a unique institution in Pakistan that aims to provide a thorough and rounded humanities, science and social science education at both graduate and post-graduate level.
The University is composed of the schools of Architecture and Design, Computer and Information Technology, Education, Liberal Arts, Media and Mass Communication, Social Sciences, and Visual Arts. Students can currently earn Bachelors and Masters degrees.
From Aristotle to Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci to Bertrand Russell, the greatest thinkers of our time have lamented the shortcomings of our schools: too much abstract knowledge with too little emphasis on learning by doing, too much testing but only partial assessment, and too many facts but few ‘real-life’ skills.
After years of engaging with some of today’s most unconventional thinkers like Roger Schank, and exchanging views with others like Noam Chomsky during an international conference organised to mark our 30th anniversary in 2005, Beaconhouse decided to establish TNS Beaconhouse – a new school aimed at a new generation of parents that too has come to suspect that ‘education’ and ‘learning’ are not always the same.
The learning experiences offered by TNS Beaconhouse provide children with an ideal springboard for a lifelong journey of learning, equipping them to be leaders in an increasingly competitive global workforce where success is ultimately determined by lateral thinking and problem-solving, not merely the acquisition of facts. TNS aspires to be a beacon of hope in a world of information and testing-obsessed schools, lighting the way for the future of schools in Pakistan and the wider world.
The Early Years
The Early Years: Child Development Centre opened in 2004 in Lahore. It enrols children aged 12 to 36 months in either its bridge or its playgroup programmes. The programmes use play, music, and excursions to facilitate early childhood development.
Beacon Energy Limited
Beacon Energy Limited is a power generation company and the first Public Limited Company within the Beaconhouse group. The company, established in 2005, is the first to introduce wind generation technology to Pakistan.
Beacon Energy Limited is currently setting up a 50 MW (Megawatt) wind power farm. Electricity from this farm will be sold to Pakistan’s National Transmission and Distribution Company (NTDC).
Premier Trading Services
Premier Trading Services is engaged in a range of businesses including hire purchase services, printing and distributing stationery and school uniforms, outdoor publicity, cafes and other trading ventures.
Premier Bus Services
Premier Bus Services was started in 2003 and provides transport services to the general public in Lahore, Pakistan. With over 240 buses running on exclusive routes, it is the largest public transport company in Pakistan. The buses are currently being converted to CNG for both environmental and economic reasons
Corporate Social ResponsibilityBeaconhouse is a socially responsible organisation committed to providing community services through educational projects.
Beaconhouse National University
Beaconhouse has contributed $6 million in seed money to establish the not-for-profit Beaconhouse National University in Lahore. While Beaconhouse is the original sponsor of the university, other stakeholders, public and private, have also contributed money and resources.
Beaconhouse National University (BNU) opened in 2003 as Pakistan’s first broad-based liberal arts university comprised of schools of Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, Media and Communications, Education, Architecture and Design, Visual Arts, and Information and Computer Technologies. BNU faculty come from a range of countries, including England, Holland, Canada, France, Germany, and Pakistan.
The University’s Vice Chancellor, Sartaj Aziz, is a former Finance Minister of Pakistan, and its board of governors includes Beaconhouse Chairperson Nasreen Kasuri, social activist Parvez Hassan, industrialist Hussain Dawood, and Shahid Kardar, another former finance minister of Pakistan.
Currently housed in a temporary campus in Lahore, the University will start relocating to a permanent, purpose-built campus on a 35-acre estate on the outskirts of the city this autumn.
Beaconhouse acted urgently after the October 2005 earthquake that devastated Pakistan’s northern areas. It immediately donated Rs10,000,000 to the President’s Earthquake Relief Fund; of this sum Rs3,000,000 was contributed by Beaconhouse staff who donated a day’s salary. Furthermore, by mobilising its staff and students to organise school-based activities throughout the country, Beaconhouse has so far raised a further Rs30,000,000 for the reconstruction of a school in earthquake-hit areas.
These funds have been used to build a government school in Chinari, a village that was very badly hit by the earthquake. The school has been built and transferred to the Government of Azad Kashmir.
Aid for IDPS
More recently, Beaconhouse donated Rs 10 million towards the relief of IDPs. In addition, staff members contributed one day’s salary amounting to a total of Rs 5 million and our students’ fundraising activities raised a total of just under Rs 10 million. Beaconhouse also initiated a relief operation for the internally displaced persons at the camps in Mardan, targeted at providing assistance to between 3,000 to 5,000 families, and spearheaded by over 120 senior employees and teachers.
Beaconhouse has forged a culture of community service. Recent initiatives include supporting NGO and government schools in teacher training, and also an ongoing programme of donating computers, furniture, books, and other equipment to underprivileged schools. Senior students in Beaconhouse are also actively encouraged to participate in local community service programmes.
Regional Office (Central)
10-11 Gurumangat Road, Gulberg -III, Lahore
UAN: 042 111 777 800
F: 042 35712027
Regional Office (Southern Punjab)
96/A-1 Gulgasht Colony, Multan
UAN: 061 111 777 800
F: 061 36750362
Regional Office (North)
Plot numbers 7,8,9, Capital View Road Banigala, Islamabad
T: 051 2077670-79F: 051 2077676
Regional Office (South)
House No. 12, Block No. 7 & 8 , Jinnah Co-operative Housing Society Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi
UAN: 021 111 777 800
T: 021 34315763-5
F: 021 34315766
Campuses in Lahore
208-Ahmed Block, New Garden Town
042-37357050 / 37322119
186-N, Samanabad Road 042- 37553218
Allama Iqbal Campus
46-Allama Iqbal Road 042-36293373-74
W-III, 10/S-47, Mohni Road 042-37248695 / 37356464
House #10, Block - D.2, Johar Town 042-35291870
399 -E, Gulshan-e-Ravi 042-37413045 / 37402817
Pre SchoolJia Musa, Stop # 25, Shahdra
37932100 / 0300-4401676
8 - Hanif Park, Canal Bank, Harbanspura
042-36544894 / 36523807
l41- Rachna Block, Allama Iqbal Town
042-35414055 / 37830372
Pre SchoolMain G.T.Road, Manawan Stop, Batapur
26-B-I, Block-10, Township
70-Mozang Road, Ganga Ram Chowk 042-36360141
25-C, Johar Town 042-35168725 / 35176166
Muhammadan Campus - II
Pre School11-12, Mamdot Block, Mustafa Town, Main Wahdat Road 042-35436351-2
91-A, J-1, Johar Town, 042- 35310691-92
Sabka Doctor Haleema Clinic, G.T Road
Kot Nabi Baksh Wala, 34-KM, Ferozpur Road
049-2450888 / 0300-8077059
Par Excellence Campus
84-C-II, Punjab Society 042-35186484
4-B-III, Gulberg-III 042-35750620 / 35757220
Pre School48-G, Sabzazar Scheme, Multan Road
042-37449450 / 37848693
107-A, New Muslim Town 042-35861390 / 35861645
Sahar Campus II
11&13 - G, Amir Road Shad Bagh
042-37281414 / 37286060
G.T. Road, Rachna Town, Shahdara 042-37962312-14
54-R, Johar Town 042-35314548
Campuses in Islamabad
Bani Gala Campus
Main Bani Gala Road 12
Bhara Kahu Campus
Pre SchoolMain Murree Road, Near PSO Petrol Pump,
Bhara Kahu 051-2231869
Service Road West ,Darbar Chowk , Opposite G-11/1
051- 2104791-2, 4340858
H # 43-44, Rabia Bungalows, Defence Chowk, Near: Fauji Foundation Hospital 123
Hill View Campus
Service Road, E-II 0300-5003464, 051-5801573-5
Model Town, Humak 0300-8540127
Lehtrar Road Campus
Main Lehtrar Road 123
House # 21, Street # 19, G 8/1, Islamabad 0300-5003464
Park Road Campus
Pre SchoolH. # 5 Main Park Road Near Chattha Bakhtawar, Shahzad Town 051-2529022, 03009753223
Campuses in Karachi
Al-Hilal Society Campus
D- 28, Al-Hilal Society, Main University Road, Opp. Askari Park 021-34941034
C-35, Sector 11-B, North Karachi TownShip
021 - 36978194 / 36943274
Pre School266 Bahadur Shah Zafar Road, Bahadurabad.
021 - 34924420
Baldia Town Campus
Plot No. 7-10, Sector 4-C, Saeedabad, Baldia Town, Behind Police Training Centre 021-34216216-17
Clifton Campus II
Pre SchoolD-109/1, Block 2, Clifton 021 - 35897455 / 35897454
Dar-us-Salam Korangi Campus
Pre SchoolC-254, Sector 31-F, Dar-us-Salam Society, Korangi
02 1- 35050501 - 38226569 - 34229845
7 & 9-C, 16th Commercial Street, Near Masjid-e-Ayaz, Phase II Ext., Defence 021 - 35897455 / 35897454
F.B. Area Campus I
C-280, Block 10, F.B. Area , Aisha Manzil
021 - 36804592-93
F.B. Area Campus II
C-44, Block 13, F.B. Area Gulberg
021 - 36341677 / 36348428
Garden Campus I
424 Musqat Road, Behind Stainley CNG Station, Garden East.
Gulshan Campus II
D-7, Block 13-D/1, Gulshan-e-Iqbal 021 - 34986242 / 34802925-6
Gulshan Campus III
Plot C-25, Block 10-A, Scheme 24, Gulshan-e-Iqbal
021 - 34615615 / 34616323
C-31, Phase I, Gulshan-e-Hadeed 021 - 34717644
Jamshed Road Campus
677-678/1, Fatima Jinnah Colony, Jamshed Road # 3
021 - 34857383 / 35475565
C-74, Block 13, KDA Scheme 36, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Karachi.
C-208, Block 4, K.A.E.C.H.S. 021 - 34390805 / 34395747
Korangi Zaman Town Campus
B-497, Sector 35-A, Gulshan-e-Hali, Zaman Town Korangi # 4 021-35067300 - 35477256
ST-1, Farooq Villas, 37-C Behind Babar Market, Landhi # 3
021 - 35023141 / 35477257
Landhi Zamanabad Campus
A-132, 36-B, Zamanabad, Landhi 021-35479724-25
19/423, Darakshan Society, Malir Kala Board, Karachi.
D-47, Block 7, Gulshan-e-Iqbal 021 - 34982339
Plot ST-1, Sector X/VI, Gulshan-e-Maymar
021 - 36350157 / 36039175 / 36353020 / 36350158
Metrovile Orangi Town Campus
B-54,546, Metrovile Site Area, Near Govt. Girls Degree College 021 - 36751122, 33
Model Colony Reliance Campus
Pre School7/87, Hashim Raza Road, Model Colony
021 - 34113746 - 35409791
N.J.B. Clifton Campus
G-26/4, Block 8, Khaliq-uz-Zaman Road, Clifton,
021 - 35835522
North Nazimabad Campus I
Pre SchoolC-213, Block-A, North Nazimabad 021-36722515
North Nazimabad Campus III
C-13, Block-D, North Nazimabad 021 - 36639596
P.E.C.H.S. Campus I
157-P, Block -2, P.E.C.H.S., behind Mateen Centre, Tariq Road 021 - 34556880 / 34523853
Pak Kausar Town Campus
Malir (Ext.).Pre School
R-172-174, Pak Kausar Town, Malir (Ext.)
021-34507274 - 34505678
Progressive Campus IV
IV-E, 7/1, Nazimabad 4 021 - 37608272
Rafah-e-Aam Society Campus
E/13-1, Block E, Rafah-e-Aam Cooperative Housing Society, Malir Halt, Karachi. 021-34573120-34584638
A-79, Block 3, Reta Plot, Shah Faisal Colony
021 - 34576060
Pre SchoolB-36, Block # 4-A, Main Abul Hassan Asfahani Road, Gulshan-e-Iqbal 021 - 34978578
Renaissance Campus II
Pre SchoolB-40, Sector 16-A, Scheme 33, Govt. Teachers Housing Society 021-34690058
58-A, Block A, S.M.C.H.S. 021 - 34388134 - 5
Shadman Town Campus
C-17, Block J, North Nazimabad, Near Sakhi Hassan Chorangi
021 - 36634149 - 36988472
University Road Campus
C-5, Old Ravian Society, Near Jauhar Complex, Safoora Chowk, University Road,Sch: 33
021 - 36029900 / 34651478 - 34651848 / 34655442 / 34652887