Saturday, 16 September 2023 -
15:00 to 16:00
British Council Lahore Library

While the first few days of school can be a bit of an adjustment, we’re always looking for ways to make learning fun here in our libraries.

Join us for an interactive story telling session with Rabia Aslam as she helps us discover new and exciting ways to learn with her books on scientific concepts. This session will be followed by a very special modular origami activity.

Event Details:

Date: Saturday, 16 September

Time: 3:00 – 4:00 PM

Location: The British Council Lahore Library

This event is suitable for ages 3 to 7

Register with the links below:

Non-member registration with a fee of 300

Library member registration

About the storyteller: Rabia Aslam has been working in the education sector with leading consulting firms for over 8 years, developing innovative teaching and learning resources, including in the area of early childhood education. After graduating from LUMS, she pursued her Masters at KU Leuven in Belgium as an Erasmus Scholar. She believes that stories hold immense power and create a happy and stimulating environment for children. Her vision is to transform the way math, science, and languages are taught in classrooms and at homes by incorporating stories. She believes that literacy and numeracy outcomes can be improved, social skills and moral values can be developed, and complex math and science concepts can be easily explained through the art of storytelling.

This event is free for members and charged at PKR 300 for non-members.

Registration is mandatory; walk-ins will not be allowed.

Only the child and parent registered for the event will be allowed access. We will no be able to provide access to children below 3 years.

Children must be accompanied by a (registered) parent or a guardian throughout the event.

Please note that you will have to register for, and pay separately for each participating child.

For any queries or concerns, please feel free to email at

Equality Policy:

We aim to create a safe environment, for adults and children who are potentially at risk for a variety of reasons, in which no child or adult will experience harm or exploitation during their contact with us. To find out more about our safeguarding policy click here.

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