A birds eye view of the school:
|Founded||March 4, 1953|
|Inaugurated||January 18, 1954|
|Total Area||450 Acres|
|Started with||37 Students
|Present Strength|| 2576 Students
Boys : 1646
Girls : 930
|Boarders|| Boys : 421
Girls : 102
|Teaching Staff||182 (Male 80, Female 102)|
|Total Annual Budget||521 million|
Sadiq Public School is committed to sound education for boys and girls with equal emphasis on academics and co / extra-curricular activities, in order to produce future leaders of Pakistan in all walks of life.
It endeavours to do so by providing a conducive & healthy environment for teaching and learning in order to prepare students for the competitive future.
The actualization of Vision is reflected in the commitment of the X.Com to improve the School; recent changes envisioned / implemented are:
Tracking of student performance
Reward policy for students
Evaluation of faculty
Platform for parent feedback
Counselling of students & parents
Right-sizing of resource
"DO THE RIGHT AND FEAR NO MAN"; an apt expression of qualities considered essential for a patriot, which the School aims at inculcating in its students through an elaborate & integrated program of numerous physical, mental, spiritual and academic pursuits.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
A Board of Governors with some prominent public figures oversee the various administrative, academic and financial activities of the School they are as
GOC 35 Div Bahawalpur
Secretary School Education, Punjab
Principal, Sadiq Public School, Bahawalpur
Old – Sadiqians
Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada
Mr. Saud Majeed
Mr. Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju
Mr. Saeed Ahmed Khan Manais
Mr. Muhammad Ali Gardezi
Dewan Ashiq Hussain Bukhari
Dr. Raheel Ahmad Siddiqui
Mr. Masood Akhtar Afridi
Mrs. Shanaz Hamid Paracha
Ms. Noshin Hanif
Mrs. Aneesa Nayyar Wajahat (Deceased)
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Text books, exercise books and stationery items are provided on payment.
RELIGIOUS TRAINING AND INSTRUCTIONS
Adequate emphasis is given to Islamic Studies. The Islamiat curriculum includes history of Islam, memorization and understanding of prayers and of selected passages from the Holy Quran.
The recitation of the Holy Quran and religious education is imparted to all boarders starting from the Junior Boarding Houses where all boarders finish Nazrah of the Holy Quran before they are promoted to the Prep Section. The correct recitation of the Holy Quran is emphasized and a Husn-e-Qirat competition is held every year.
Attendance at Maghrib Prayers at the School Mosque is compulsory for all Senior and Prep Section boy boarders. The School and the Games time tables are so designed as to enable the boys to offer all other prayers. Friday Prayers are conducted in the School Mosque and religious functions are observed appropriately. Girls boarders offer prayers in their hostel.
School has its own Telephone Exchange and all important offices, officers' residences and all Boarding Houses are connected with it. Parents and boys can contact each other in the evening from 6.00 to 8.00 in summer and 5.00 to 7.00 in winter, and from 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon on Sundays and holidays. However, students will need written permission from Housemasters to make calls. Parents are requested not to make calls during Prep and Games hours as the students are not allowed to take them.