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.
Monday 19th September will be a Bank Holiday to mark Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's State Funeral. Schools will be closed to all staff and pupils. Her Majesty the Queen to many, was a role model of virtues during her 70-year reign. We give gratitude in particular to her service and work on forgiveness and reconciliation and may we all reflect on her legacy. "It is in forgiveness that we feel the power of God's love." Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
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Please see link to GCSE results information 2022
Welcome back to all our new pupils, families and staff. It is our ambition to provide a 'faith-inspired, virtues-led' experience to prepare our pupils to become the compassionate leaders of tomorrow and, at the same time, achieve academic excellence. We believe in bringing together pupils, parents, teachers and the wider community to build an environment to enable pupils to flourish, as well as recognise and realise their full potential. The 'Nishkam' ethos is to create a 'selfless' mind-set, to go beyond ourselves to serve others. We look forward to you joining us on this special journey. We look forward to welcoming back returning pupils on Thursday 1st September at 8.25am
Please see a link to Post 16 results statement.
It was an honour to have a Nishkam student, Year 9 Amara Sahota, as a baton bearer in Birmingham today in one of the last legs of the Queen's baton relay. Amara was chosen for the nomination due to her consistent hard work, kindness, and dedication both in and outside of the school community. Travelling via land, air and sea, more than 180 communities in England will have experienced the Queen's Baton on a route spanning 2,500 miles and will arrive at the opening ceremony for the commonwealth games. Amara is a student who always stands out, continuing to put others first - an embodiment of being Nishkam (selfless). She has always thrived to improve herself and help others around her. Today, she became a baton representative of this collective 2,500 mile journey that aims to ignite hope, solidarity and collaboration, as it connects communities embraces unique cultures and shares inspirational stories. Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton Nishkam School West London
It was an honour to have a Nishkam student, Amara, as a baton bearer in Birmingham today in one of the last legs of the Queen's baton relay. Amara was chosen for the nomination due to her consistent hard work, kindness, and dedication both in and outside of the school community. https://t.co/WTKjwAmeKe
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