KOOTH are running free, virtual information sessions
KOOTH is a free, safe, online mental health & wellbeing community for children and young people, aged 11-25 years old.
KOOTH are running some free, virtual information sessions for parents and carers, if you are interested, you can regist
Each week we will be compiling a video with all the wonderful moments during lockdown that keep us together. Showing virtues through creative baking and art work, determination through sports and exercise and love through our pets and
We offer our congratulations to Inderpreet Kaur in Year 13 who has received an offer from Newnham College, Cambridge to read Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion.
Inderpreet joined Nishkam High School in Year 7 and has consistently upheld
As part of Echo Eternal’s Horizons Festival 2021 we are delighted to release Nishkam High School Birmingham’s pledge. This year as always we stand in solidarity against antisemitism, and racism and hatred of all kinds. Our pledge to be th
2020 has in many ways been a year like no other. As a school we have had to adapt to the changing environment and the challenges this has posed to students, teachers and parents alike.
Technology has been a powerful tool in m
GCSE Results 2020
As you will all be aware, there were significant and dramatic changes to the awarding process this year that continued right up to Results Day (and beyond in the case of the Pearson Examination Board). Nonetheless, it was fa
I would like to congratulate the Class of 2020 on their A Level results. Our pass rate this year is 98.4% and continues to be above the national pass rate that increased this year to 98.3%. I am delighted that seventy per cent of our cohort have been
Thank you to all our students and their families during the last 4 months, it has been a difficult and a challenging time however looking forward to coming together as a school family when we reunite in September. Enjoy the summer break, take care an