Haileybury Bhaluka is here to change lives.
By lifting hearts and empowering minds through the historic launch of its Academic Excellence Scholarship Fund.
Scholarships will be offered to Grade 6 students onwards based on merit, enabling them to fulfill their hopes and dreams for lives of opportunity and fulfillment. Applications are now open.
To learn more, please visit haileybury.com.bd
Mr. Simon O'Grady, Founding Headmaster of Haileybury Bhaluka was honoured to host leaders of the Bangladesh-India Business Council (BIBC) and the Bangladesh Women's Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BWCCI). With a focus on equity, diversity and inclusion, the parties shared their common purpose in building outstanding education in Bangladesh, and the ways in which collaboration will achieve it. #HaileyburyUK #HaileyburyBangladesh #boardingschool #Bangladesh
We are extremely proud that Haileybury Bhaluka is going to be the first school in Bangladesh to set international boarding standards. We are thrilled to announce that Haileybury Bhaluka has been granted approval by the prestigious Boarding Schools' Association (BSA)! Our commitment to excellence in education and providing a nurturing boarding environment has been recognized by this esteemed organization. The Boarding Schools' Association (BSA) is a professional association that represents and supports boarding schools in the United Kingdom and overseas. Founded in 1960, the BSA serves as a collective voice for its member schools, promoting the highest standards of boarding education and welfare. The primary objective of the BSA is to ensure that boarding schools provide a safe, caring, and enriching environment for their students. They work closely with schools, parents, and policymakers to develop and maintain rigorous standards of boarding practice. #HaileyburyBangladesh #HaileyburyUK #boardingschool #Bangladesh #boardingschoolassociation
We are delighted to announce that Mr. Simon O’Grady, Founding Headmaster of Haileybury Bhaluka is heading to Tbilisi supporting the Eastern Partnership European School project. Funded by the EU and implemented by UNOPS, it promotes high quality secondary student education, rooted in multiculturalism and multilingualism. Part of the project is to establish a Learning Academy for teacher training in Georgia.