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Welcome to Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton, a mixed, multi-faith school for boys and girls aged 4-11. It is our ambition to go beyond academic excellence and provide a faith-inspired, values-led experience that will allow our pupils to become compassionate leaders of tomorrow. We believe in bringing together parents, teachers and the wider community to build an environment that enables our pupils to flourish, and to recognise and realise their full potential. 

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  • School pupils raise money for The Haven with Mander Centre singalong

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  • Caretaker bags school £100 after shopping-in local fly tipper ​​​​​​​

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  • Nishkam takes on Great Birmingham Run

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  • Section 8 Ofsted Inspection

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  • Raising notes using numbers!

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  • Ingestre Hall collaboration by all primaries

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  • On Tuesday, Nishkam Primary Wolverhampton took part in #SaferInternetDay which was run by @saferinternetuk @UK_SIC The children created informative posters, learnt about how to stay safe online, created Digital Footprints and a display about how we can stay safe in our connected world. #SaferInternetDay #FreeToBeMe "On Safer Internet Day we did fun activities and learnt how to be safe online. We made digital footprints on which we put all the websites that we use, we also made posters about how to stay safe online. We all enjoyed these activities and had fun!" Amolika, Year 5 #nishkamvirtues #courage #moderation #trust

  • Year 1 had a creative opportunity to visit Wolverhampton Art Gallery and look at different types of art from sculptures, paintings, glass work and screen printing. #nishkamvirtues #creativity #Awe #contemplation

  • As part of our learning and celebrations for the Guru Nanak Dev Ji's birthday we were invited to visit an exhibition about "The Life and Legacy of Guru Nanak Dev Ji." The children enjoyed the experience and activities provided by Mrs Brom and Mrs Sehmbi which included a fact-finding mission, guided tour and Q & A session. The visit included a tour and explanation of the Gurdwara's dome and a visit to the Langar hall for lunch. "It was a fascinating visit that I am sure the children will remember for a long time." Mr Darby Upper KS2 Lead and Year 5 Teacher "On Thursday we went on a trip to the Gurdwara in Birmingham. While we were there, we were told to answer some questions, we were given some information to help answer them and we were given a tour of the exhibition. I think it was a great trip because it allowed us to learn more about the Gurus and show more teamwork and prayerfulness." Jasmine Year 5 #nishkamvirtues #prayerfulness #contemplation #wisdom

  • Please see attached January Newsletter https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_F7xpyJWUnUv_ZJwJuoiylkJhAQiYRmc/view?usp=sharing

  • Last week, Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton, joined thousands of schools across the country for a mega maths-inspired fundraising day to raise money for the NSPCC. It was maths, but not as you know it. Our children embraced the day by getting involved in Maths activities and raised money for the NSPCC. Since it launched 20 years ago, over 3,500 schools have got involved with Number Day and raised nearly £2 million for the NSPCC. Our children clearly enjoyed the day and it showed our Nishkam Virtues of #determination, #love #optimism We had a fantastic day. Teachers and children dressed up based on the theme of "dress up for digits" and every child engaged in maths activities and external workshops. Below are some of the pictures taken from the day. #NumberDay

  • Well done to our pupils for showing fantastic Nishkam virtues The Haven Wolverhampton https://www.expressandstar.com/news/education/2020/01/18/school-pupils-raise-money-for-the-haven-through-christmas-carol-at-mander-centre/

  • Yr 5 & 6 pupils from Nishkam Primary Wolverhampton visited an exhibition about "The Life and Legacy of Guru Nanak Dev Ji." The children enjoyed a fact-finding mission, guided tour and Q & A session. "I think it was a great trip because it showed teamwork & prayerfulness." Jasmine https://t.co/XDuzSHJAly

  • RT @WestNishkam: One of the nicest sights you can see in an all-through school - Year 8 paired reading with Year 1. https://t.co/XDjSKbkEKH

  • Thank you so much to the pupils of @nishkamschools for hosting a wonderful carol concert before Christmas to raise an amazing £400 to support women and children at The Haven! https://t.co/gW8gPtSpLb

  • Well done to Nishkam Primary School Wolverhampton for showing great Niskham Virtues @TheHavenWton https://t.co/xH0EstArd7

  • RT @NishkamCentre: Pleasure to welcome @andy4wm @MayorWestMids to @nishkamschool to look at values and virtues education in action. Oppor...

  • RT @NishkamPE: Well done to the Year 9 boys Futsal team on their 1st place in today's county lines Futsal tournament. Thanks to @RealFilmin...

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