Khalsa Primary School

Khalsa Primary School is a newly founded Sikh Faith School which had its first intake of pupils in September 2007. The numbers are rising as more people are learning about the school.

Our School

The school\\\\\\\'s name was selected by the community at the foundation ceremony. The word \\\\\\\'Khalsa\\\\\\\' represents many ideals including purity, brotherhood, spirituality and sovereignty. We hope to provide our children with a strong foundation based on these and other Sikh ideals. As a school, we look forward to sharing this period of your child\\\\\\\'s life with you. Our aim is to provide a full and interesting education which will exceed the requirements of the National Curriculum and also teach Panjabi and Sikh Studies.

Every effort will be made to provide a full and interesting curriculum to prepare the children for future education and give them the skills and enthusiasm to pursue learning for the rest of their lives. We hope that your association with the school is a long and happy one.

Vision of Khalsa Primary School

  • Build a strong community based on the Sikh ethos of equality, honour, social responsibility and righteousness.
  • Enable all children to achieve their potential through the highest standard of teaching and learning.
  • Develop self-esteem, confidence and good citizenship in children.
  • Strengthen bonds between home, community and school.

None at present

Age Range: 3 - 11
Gender: Mixed
No. on roll: 153
Religious Affiliation: Sikh
Headteacher: Ms Mandy Johannson
Address: Wexham Road, Slough, Berkshire
Postcode: SL2 5QR
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Telephone: 01753 823 501
Email: info@khalsaprimaryschool.com
Website: www.khalsaprimaryschool.com

Khalsa Primary School