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 TNS Beaconhouse Gulberg
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At TNS, we are proud to be different. The unique and distinctive academic choice we offer speaks for our commitment to provide an innovative and challenging educational pathway for our Early Years’ students. The wonderful freedom to learn that the Reggio Emilia approach offers our Early Years’ students dovetails so nicely with Project-Based Learning (PBL) which is the cornerstone of the TNS approach – the process by which students acquire a deeper and Read More …

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At TNS we provide a curriculum that is engaging, interactive and relevant to the 21st century. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach which encompasses a holistic approach both for teaching and learning, complements our Project-Based Learning (PBL) that is delivered within our Early Years and Primary Years, allowing a natural progression into the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) for both our Middle Years (MYP) students of Grade 6 to Grade 10 Read More …

WHY CHOOSE TNS

Best MYP and IBDP results in Pakistan

TNS Beaconhouse students scored among the top 1.3% and 4% in the world in MYP and IBDP respectively. Our IBDP students have been accepted in the following prestigious universities and many more :

Curricula

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TNS Beaconhouse is the first school in Pakistan to embrace the Reggio Emilia Approach and it is the overarching philosophy that scaffolds both our project-based learning and International Baccalaureate programme.
Reggio Emilia is a city in Italy where, right after the Second World War, a refreshing new approach to learning came into being. Tired of the irrationality of the war and the devastated world it had left behind, a group of parents got together to arrange a new kind of education , far removed from the prevailing system which discouraged creativity and lateral thinking.  Read More …

project

Children learn best when they are left to explore and discover; allowed to ask questions and seek answers through guided inquiry. The PBL approach builds on problem-solving, communication, questioning, student interaction and most importantly their natural curiosity. It puts students at the helm of the learning process. It engages and sustains their interest and ensures a deeper understanding of a given domain. So, instead of learning a set of pre-determined and decontextualized information, students will acquire knowledge and skills that build upon their own experiences.  Read More …

ib middle

The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme is a natural progression for the project-based learning practiced at TNS. It provides a framework of academic challenges for students aged 11 to 16 that encourage them to embrace and understand the connections between traditional subjects and the real world, and guides them towards becoming critical and reflective thinkers. The IB MYP is genuinely rigorous and is externally monitored by an independent international body whose reputation for quality is recognised around the world.  Read More …

ib diploma

The IB and TNS share a common ambition: to develop distinctive, high quality programmes of education to improve the teaching and learning of a diverse and inclusive community of students and to nurture inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people.

The curriculum is demonstrated by a hexagon with six academic areas surrounding the three core requirements.  Read More …

special

At TNS we aim to ensure that each student is given a full and equal chance to participate in the curriculum irrespective of any difficulties they may have. Where a child’s needs cannot be met within the normal scope of the school programme and curriculum, parents have the option to privately employ a caring and, where possible, experienced Special Needs Assistant (SNA) to aid with the child’s daily programme.We have a school counsellor available for students on an appointment and drop-in basis.).  Read More …