Research has found that there is a link between student teacher relationships and student learning outcomes. Students that have positive relationships with their teachers have been found to be highly motivated, focused on their task, and have greater overall learning outcomes.

Based on this thought process, we have made BHIS an exciting, challenging & enjoyable place for all. Our learning facilitators are dedicated to providing an engaging and stimulating environment where all learners feel valued, ideas flourish and students realise their full potential.

The child is at the centre of entire teaching and learning process. At BHIS, we strive to enhance the classroom experience of our students by keeping the teachers in complete sync with the latest developments in the field of education.

Our Teaching and Development department aims at teacher enhancement.
Most of the content based modules of the department revolve around three stakeholders-teachers, parents and students. Modules range from interactive pedagogy to enhance the classroom experience for the learners to importance of sleep for school going children and developing an emotional bond between the mother - child.

The Teaching & Development team, as part of Quality Assurance, conducts visits to school- observing teachers in action while giving constructive feedback. Students’ feedback is also welcome at this stage of Quality assurance. The Quality Assurance team observers the physical environment, social environment & emotional environment of the school and makes suggestions for improvement. The team at present also looks at providing students with appropriate subject choices in order to guide their future careers.

The team in collaboration with the school leadership team prepares an action plan so as to cement the learning experience for students. We aim to prepare a supreme learning ground for all our learners.

Thus, Professional Development (PD) provided plays an essential role in successful education reform. It bridges the gap between where prospective and experienced educators are now and will need to be to meet the new challenges of guiding our students achieve higher standards of learning and development.

Professional development goes beyond the term 'training' with its implications of learning skills, and includes formal and informal means of helping our teachers, not only learn new skills but also develop new insights into pedagogy and their own practice, and explore new or advanced understanding of content and resources.