The Pakistan Urdu School was established in 1956 and is managed by its Board of Trustees. The medium of instruction is English for all classes.

In March 1956, the first Urdu School for the students of Indo-Pak origin was established in the Gulf. The school owes its existence to Mr. Ashraf S. Mohammadi, Mrs. Saleha Raheem, Mr. Haji Asghar Ali, Mr. Abdul Rasool Malik, Mr. Sayed Akber Ali, Dr. Mehitapwala and those in business and commercial community in Bahrain who provided monetary support in establishing the school.

The present strength of the school is over 2000 students and 200 staff members. This institution not only emphasizes on academic excellence but also on co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The School has a team of dedicated teachers under the supervision of the school management and able guidance of the Board of Trustees. The school emphasizes on academic grooming and moral upbringing of the students. The school has separate classes for boys and girls. The school caters to the educational needs of all nationalities. We have 64.10 % Pakistani nationals, 30.22 % Bahrain is and 5.68 % students of other nationalities (Malaysian, Jordanian, Egyptian, Sri Lankan etc.)

All these attributes make Pakistan Urdu School an ideal institution, an institution committed to the noble cause of imparting quality education on a non-profit basis and any surplus earned are reinvested on various developments of the school facilities.



“PAKISTAN URDU SCHOOL’S Vision is that when children leave the school, they should have the following values;

  • A complement of basic skills — linguistic, mathematical, scientific, artistic, physical and social.
  • An enquiring and discriminating mind and a desire for knowledge.
  • A set of spiritual and moral values — honesty, integrity and good judgment.
  • Strong self-esteem and high personal expectation.
  • Tolerance and respect for others.

We want to develop a relationship between the school, parents, the board of trustees and community so that the students can realize their dreams.

Mission Statement

Our Mission is; to provide a stimulating learning environment in which a team of trained staff provides quality teaching in well-resourced building to address the needs of our pupils with the cooperation of the parents and the community.


Honour The school values and honors the individual diversity in our students and their families. Honesty & Respect Honesty and open communication are the foundation for our professional relationships. The school respects, supports, and values each member of our school family. Responsibility The school is responsible for the academic achievements of students,(over all support of personality development and support of our community) high standard of moral and spiritual values. Optimisim The school is committed to a positive attitude which enhances the self-esteem of students, staff and families. The school utilizes a pro-active approach which empowers the school community to achieve mutual goals. Commitment The school recognizes that our obligations go beyond our professional responsibilities. The school views the fellow staff members and students as part of our extended family.


The school counselors are vital members of the education team. Their primary goal is to encourage, support, and foster positive academic, social, and personal development among the students, ensuring today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow.

Our school counselors are professional educators with a perspective of mental health who understand and respond to the challenges presented by today’s diverse student population. Their leadership, advocacy and coordination, promote rectitude and easy access to various educational experiences and formulate improvement policies for all the students.

The school counselors do not work in isolation; rather they are integral to the total educational program and work as a liaison officer between parents/students and discipline committee in resolving the issues amicably.

They provide mediation for students to resolve conflicts and take appropriate actions. They serve a vital role in maximizing student achievement and support a safe learning environment.