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A really warm welcome to Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton, a school for boys and girls aged 4-11. It is our ambition to go beyond academic excellence and provide a faith-inspired, virtues-led education that will allow our pupils to become compassionate leaders of tomorrow.  

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  • Happy Gurpurab to all our Nishkam families celebrating this very special occasion. Today is the 552nd anniversary of the birth of the first Guru Ji, Guru Nanak Dev ji. Our children participated in a whole school enrichment afternoon where classes listened and discussed the life of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. They participated in a number of different activities including reciting shabhads which they had been learning then shared together in our assemblies. Congratulations to our winners of the Gurpurab competition. We had many entries and it really was very difficult to choose the winners. It was lovely to see so many pupils sharing their amazing range of skills. Thank you to you all for your participation. You will receive a certificate for your thought and effort with the entry. Well done. It was a lovely day and the children learnt a lot about Guru Nanak Dev Ji and his teachings. Thank you parents for your continued support. #compassion #truth #contentment #humility #love #forgiveness

  • Ahead of Gurpurb tomorrow, Mr Dhanjal has been tasked with selecting winners for the competition! There are many online submissions to go through too! Well done to everyone who took part in this and we look forward to the special enrichment day tomorrow to learn more about Guru Nanak's universal messages to one and all. #compassion #truth #contentment #humility #love #forgiveness

  • Today our Early Years were lucky enough to go on their first ever school trip! Everyone was super excited, the coach journey was a highlight. We went to visit Sycamore Adventure in Dudley, a morning filled with outdoor fun & exploration. We played in the water, sand and mud. We were a little soggy and dirty but that as all part of the fun. The Go-Karts and the campfire was a big hit, the children really enjoyed the popcorn made fresh on the fire. A wonderful experience for all! #courage #confidence #creativity

  • We look forward to welcoming new families to come and visit our school next week. Please share this with friends and family.

  • Today, children have been taking part in acts of remembrance across all faiths, cultures and backgrounds. This morning we had a remembrance assembly that was delivered by Reverend Ray Gaston from The Church of St Chad and St Mark. The children learned about the meaning of armistice day and the different types of poppies that we all proudly wear. As well as observing a 2-minute silence to reflect, pupils wrote their own prayers for peace and linked them to our golden threads of Love, Peace and Forgiveness that ask for a brighter future! #Love #Peace #Forgiveness

  • Happy Bandi Chhor/Diwali to all our families celebrating. We too have been celebrating yesterday through engaging in a range of arts and crafts activities relating to this special religious event in the Sikh and Hindu faiths. It celebrates overcoming good over evil and light over darkness. We explored the origins of the festivals and how and why they are significant. Be sure to ask your children all about it. Hope you had a lovely evening celebrating with family and friends. #Justice #Faith #Cleanliness

  • The resurrection of Jesus from the dead, Easter is a time to reflect, evaluate and redirect ourselves. It is an opportunity to start afresh and forgive.

  • World Water Day celebrates water & raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. It is about taking action to tackle the global water crisis. A core focus of World Water Day is Sustainable Development Goal 6: water & sanitation for all by 2030.

  • Pupils honour the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society.

  • On International Women's day, pupils celebrate the role model of women in faith in history. They are all role models rooted in faith and demonstrate virtues in leadership in daily lives.

  • On World Book Day we celebrate a passion for reading. 'It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it'. Oscar Wilde

  • During the 40 days of lent Christians replicate Jesus Christ's sacrifice and withdrawal into the desert for 40 days. Lent is marked by fasting, both food and festivities. Pupils gain an understanding to love is to sacrifice something important for others.

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