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A-Level Annual Play “Lend me a Tenor” –

a-level-dramaMonday 9th May, 2016 marked the debut of the first ever A-Level Annual Play at Beaconhouse Newlands, “Lend Me a Tenor”. Set in the 1930’s, the play revolves around Mr. Saunders who is excited at welcoming and hosting one of the greatest tenors of all times Tito Mirelli. What follows is a hilarious series of events that leaves the audience fully and truly entertained. Each role was performed with a remarkable level of elegance, eloquence and perfection by our young A Level students. Their hard work clearly reflected in their flawless performance. The Chief Guest for the evening Mr. Randhawa, and our Principal Ms Minka, were full of praise for our students and applauded the performance by our young talent. The audience appreciation was breathtaking and it was very pleasing to see our parents, faculty and alumni attending the play in full spirit. A big thank you to all who supported us in our endeavors and a special mention to the able Directors Waleed A. Zaidi & Huzaifa Akbar for directing our first play with such commitment and dedication. Well done to all. We are looking forward to many more exciting events that expand on and help develop the co-curricular and extra-curricular programmes and develop the talents of our A-Level students along with their striving for academic excellence.
Mariam Saeed
HM A-Level

Beaconhouse Newlands hosts TEDxLahore

On February 28th, 2016 Beaconhouse-Newlands Lahore hosted the fourth TEDxLahore event, themed “Umeed-e-Sehar” – or – “Hope of a New Dawn.” Seven speakers covered everything from art to human rights to literature, sharing big ideas from within Pakistan and for the world. Our students and staff members were involved throughout in the core organizing teams. BNL students were found manning security booths, providing logistics support, stage management, social media teams, and photography and editorial teams. Our students also performed a flash mob that surprised the guests. TEDxLahore was the top trending events in Pakistan on twitter and the social media reach hit 3 million views. BN’s support for TEDxLahore is in line with our commitment to providing an eco-system for lifelong learning by having one of the largest ideas gathering space come to our school. We have already secured a license for our own TEDx conference, which will be hosted by our students and staff later this year.

Europe and China Summer Activity Programme 2016 have been launched-

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Exclusive Interview At PTV

newlands-news-2 Bonds, a short film by our O-Level students being shortlisted in top 77 short films from around the world, and one of the seven finalists nationwide is a huge success for our amateur film makers. Our students were invited by Pakistan Television for an interview for their commendable success.

Winners of the Little Art competition

e-learning11Our talented students brought Beaconhouse Newlands a moment of glory and spectacular triumph by winning the 7th International Film Festival organized by The Little Art.

A Magnificent Theatrical

e-learning11This year as part of Global Dignity Day celebrations and the ongoing theme of anti-bullying, it was an honour for our Middle School to participate in an Inter-School Dignity Day Dramatics Competition titled ‘Friends don’t let Friends Bully’ on October 21, 2015. This event was tremendously hosted by the Middle School- Beaconhouse Walton Campus. The performance opened with a spellbinding mime act followed by a spectacular discord shown between the Bully and the Friend. Subsequently, the competition began in which the participating schools were BSS Valencia Campus, BSS Liberty Campus, BGTL, BSS Model Town Girls Campus, Beaconhouse Newlands, LACAS Burki Boys Campus, LACAS Burki Girls Campus and The City Sschool Alpha Campus. The team trophy was won by Beaconhouse Newlands while awards for Best Actor/Actress and Best Supporting Actor/Actress were also given by the judges.