Faculties and Centre:
BIPHS is divided into four departments and each of the departments headed by an expert supervisor and a sufficient staff. The departments are;
- Primary, Secondary and
- Higher Department
is very important department based on four classes; Pre-Nursery, Nursery, lower kindergarten and Upper kindergarten. It is formal education for young children and serves as a transition from home to the commencement of more formal schooling. Children are taught to develop basic skills through creative play and social interaction. A special attention is given to recitation of surats of Quran and other Islamic basics, Hygiene, Good manners, rhyming and other physical activities.
Curriculum is upgraded and updated from class to class as per the needs and age of learners, by a special Curricular Committee which includes faculty, experts, educationists within and outside of the institution.
is the department, where students finally choose a particular field for their profession and higher studies. The department is further divided into following categories/ Faculties:
“Learning Centers allow teachers to present the curriculum to a wide range of abilities and learning styles.”
The classroom learning-teaching, where a variety of hands on materials and meaningful activities provide opportunities for students to be actively involved in their learning.
Centers extend skill development in a specific curriculum area, provide enrichment, or exploration in creative or interest areas by providing:
- Opportunities to students to explore, discover, create, practice and apply skills
- Promotes critical and creative thinking skills
- Develop independent learning strategies
- Cooperative learning
- Addresses different learning styles when a variety of activities are available for student choice
- Differentiated instruction, if activities vary by complexity and take into account different levels of ability/readiness
- Allows the teacher opportunities for flexible grouping and varied activities such as individual conferencing and guided reading groups
- Promotes independent learning
- Provides opportunities for students to take responsibility for their learning and demonstrating what they have learned.
The centers includes:
Physical activity and Behavior Management
- Inter-Religious Dialogue
- Women Empowerment
- Environmental Issues
- Social Justice and Issues
- Career Orientation
- Linguistic Empowerment
Schools are in a uniquely favorable position to increase physical activity and fitness amon students. This policy statement
reaffirms BIPS support for the
efforts of schools to include increased physical activity in the
curriculum, suggests ways in which schools can meet their goals
in physical fitness, and encourages Physical Teachers.
Scientific evidence shows that loss of functional capacity and increased morbidity and mortality attributable to chronic disease
and injury are associated with a sedentary lifestyle in adults.
A primary goal of activity programs for youth is to promote physically
active lifestyles that will be carried onto adulthood and reduce
health problems related to inactivity.
The development of a physically active lifestyle is a goal for all children. Traditional team and competitive sports may promote
healthy activity for selected youth. Individual sports, non-competitive
sports, lifetime sports, and recreational activities expand the
opportunity for activity to everyone. The opportunity to be active
on a regular basis, as well as the enjoyment and competence gained
from activity, may increase the chances that a physically active
lifestyle will be adopted.