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Sadiq Public School’s Founder, His Excellency, Sir Sadiq Muhammad Khan Abbasi V (Nawab of Bahawalpur State). His Highness named this institution  and inaugurated it on  January 18th, 1954 to impart high-quality, English-medium, Public-School education to new generations of the Bahawalpur area and other regions.


A Public-School education aims to develop the whole student. The Sadiq Public School curriculum has 5 broad elements: Discipline, Academics, Sports, Non-sport activities, and Community Service.

English-medium means the language of instruction is English. 


All students are required to participate in the full  curriculum.



A Public-School curriculum begins with self-discipline. Discipline simply means doing the right thing at the right time. Sadiq Public School students who walk beneath the gates every morning can look up to see the school motto: Do The Right, Fear No Man.

We have very high expectations; that every Sadiq Public School student will do what is right. To be sure all students know what that means, we have published the Sadiq Public School School Handbook. We understand that part of the human condition is to make mistakes and we expect everyone to learn from their mistakes.



Students study an academic curriculum that develops their literacy and numeracy, building towards proficiency in the Punjab Board’s Intermediate and Cambridge’s A Level qualifications. The purpose of the academic element of our curriculum is not simply to pass examinations, but to become a knowledgeable, critical thinker. Learning facts is not an education; learning to think critically, learning to learn, and developing a purposeful sense of inquiry is to be educated.



Students play team sports to learn the value of a healthy lifestyle. Team players learn to trust their team mates and they learn to take responsibility for their role in the team’s efforts. They learn the value of being a responsible team player, someone who can be relied upon by others.


Learning sportsmanship means students learn to respect their team mates including their coaches and support staff, their opponents, and the officials. Students learn to respect the game’s rules. Good sportsmanship makes an activity enjoyable and valued.


Through sports, our students learn to win with humility and to lose with grace.


Non-sport activities

Sadiq Public School students are given many opportunities to participate in and develop skills in a range of non-sports activities including theatre/drama, debating/public speaking, art club, photography, gardening…


The Environmental Action Group is a school-wide group of clubs that collectively act towards improving the natural environment. Clubs within this larger society include the tree planting club, the recycling club, the paper-bag making club, the research club etc. This club emphasises action. Speeches are fine, but only action will plant trees, eliminate plastic waste, and make our air clean enough to breathe safely.


Community Service

A Public-School education includes a strand of community service, teaching students that helping others whenever possible is a responsibility, an expectation, and an opportunity to become a fully-functioning human being. Of what use are excellent academic grades if a student has not learnt to help others?


No one element of the curriculum is more important than any other and a child who grows in all elements receives a whole and complete education. This is what makes the Sadiq Public School education world-class.

All students are required to participate in the full curriculum.

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