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from Damien Kearns, Principal

It is my pleasure to extend a very warm welcome to you and I hope that you will find all the necessary information that you require about our school and our unique approach to education. The High School opened in September 2012 and we have now reached the stage in our development where we have 550 pupils in years 7-11. Our sixth form largely comprises our own students, though we do also benefit from students joining our sixth form from other schools. In total, therefore, we have approximately 660 pupils that benefit from our virtues-led approach to education that nurtures both the minds and hearts of our pupils. 

 

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  • In Global road safety week pupils learnt about making sensible decisions to stay safe.

  • Are you a parent/guardian of a child aged 3-13 years living in the West Midlands? We are holding interviews to understand families' thoughts on screening children for type 1 diabetes. All families are welcome! The interviews will last up to 1 hour and can be held by video call, telephone or face-to-face at your convenience. Register to take part here: https://itm-redcap.bham.ac.uk/surveys/?s=7ERRLFWW8E For more information, please visit: www.elsadiabetes.nhs.uk Any queries, please email: elsa@contacts.bham.ac.uk Thank you.

  • During Mental Health Awareness Week pupils gained an understanding of the importance of staying positive and knowing what to do when things don't go to plan.

  • Today on Vaisakhi, Sikhs remember the 5 beloved ones. In 1699 they were the first to volunteer to give up their lives for Guru Gobind Singh Ji's message - 'to always act with virtue, without vice and stand up for the meek'; Guru Ji blesses them with Amrit and bows at their feet. Happy Vaisakhi to all celebrating.

  • Transforming Education: Ethics Education for Learning to Live Together https://www.nishkamschooltrust.org/news-and-journals/news/transforming-education-ethics-education-for-learning-to-live-together

  • In Global road safety week pupils learnt about making sensible decisions to stay safe. https://t.co/zsU7D7rm3A

  • During Mental Health Awareness Week pupils gained an understanding of the importance of staying positive and knowing what to do when things don't go to plan. https://t.co/DTtY5Ely3u

  • Nishkam pupils developed their understanding of British values this week and most importantly having respect for people of other faiths. https://t.co/QWGyNbno8W

  • We had the absolute pleasure of delivering our drone coding workshop with @rafyouthengage at @nishkamschools Nishkam High School in #Birmingham yesterday. Y9 students were superb at coding their drones in Swift. #STEM #STEMeducation #STEAM #workshop #coding #computerscience https://t.co/ekXp8vIbPT

  • Delighted to be with @nishkamschools Nishkam High #Birmingham working with @rafyouthengage . We're delivering #RAFMightyMinds to 120 talented Y7 students today. Can't wait to see their robots in action! #STEM #STEMeducation #robotics #coding #RAF #Computing #ComputerScience https://t.co/hxeJpXCeKB

  • Today on Vaisakhi, Sikhs remember the 5 beloved ones. In 1699 they were the first to volunteer to give up their lives for Guru Gobind Singh Ji's message - 'to always act with virtue, without vice and stand up for the meek'; Guru Ji blesses them with Amrit and bows at their feet. https://t.co/Ro68ZbqDu1

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