"Learning is all about connections, and through our connections with unique people we are able to gain a true understanding of the world around us." — Peter Senge


Learning Pathways is an innovative learning organization where we collaborate with institutions and educators to develop quality solutions based on contemporary and tested models of teaching and learning.

We believe it is of critical importance that our schools become learning communities where inquiry is integrated into all aspects of education and where our children develop the abilities to discover indigenous and humane solutions to the issues they will encounter, at the local and global level, in the world they inhabit.

In our work, therefore, we are committed to the following:

  • Collaborative learning that fosters respect for democratic values, creativity and diversity.
  • Empowerment of learners through first hand experiences using inquiry skills such as observing, raising questions, investigating, thinking critically, and arriving at a rational understanding of their world.
  • Enriching and more effective means of teaching and learning through language, music, drama, the visual arts and information technology.


 After-school Enrichment Programs

For primary and middle school children, creative programs in Reading, Science, Maths and the Arts.

For high school students, directed study in O & A Levels subjects.

Small groups, highly trained teachers.

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Professional Development Workshops

Workshop series on different aspects of teaching and learning, Integrating practices of science into the whole learning environment. Another important focus is the integration of the arts into the instructional frameworks of schools.

Education Consultancy & Special Programs

  • Curriculum frameworks and instructional material.
  • Diverse assessment tools for teachers.
  • Advisory support in setting up new schools and appraisals of existing ones.
  • Integration of Information Communication Technologies  in Education.
  • Cross-organizational collaborations.
  • Special programs in Peace, Human Rights and Conflict Resolution.


Learning Pathways is conducting a pilot study to evaluate the efficacy of a browser based English Reading Programme for the primary years.

In the Pakistani environment there is a compelling need for English literacy.  English is the medium of instruction from 3rd grade onwards in all government schools in Punjab.

 According to studies, a major obstacle to attaining English literacy in government and low-income private schools are the inadequate English language skills of the teachers who are, in effect, also English Language Learners. Learning Pathways is field-testing a reading e-programme in Sanjan Nagar High School — a trust school in Lahore’s industrial area — for a period of two months.Read More




After-school programmes enrolment open—

  •     English Language & Literature, O Level students
  •     Economics, O Level students
  •     Physics (and Physics laboratory), A Level students


  • Enrichment activities for children in music, photography, theatre and art.
  • Professional Development Workshops
  • Learning Pathways collaboration with Max Warburg. Please click here for details.
  • Session by Dr. Christie Sweeney on 21st November, 2014. Please click here for details.
  • Learning Pathways concluded a 5 week "Backyard Ecology" camp with the students of a private school in Lahore. Please click below for details:
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  • Learning Pathways conducted sessions in collaboration with schools across Lahore for the Global Annual Essay Writing Contest held by its U.S affiliate, the Max Warburg Courage Curriculum. Please click here for details.
  • Ms Natasha Javed , Founding member of PINC, a New York based NGO visited Lahore to conduct a professional development workshop with the Middle School Teachers from Sanjan Nagar Public Education Trust. Please click here for details.