Welcome to Nishkam School West London, a place of great optimism, purposefulness and calm where pupils not only excel academically but also learn to become compassionate and respectful human beings.
Hopes are set very high for our outstanding-rated all-through school, as we look for our pupils to achieve the very best in preparation for higher education and a life of purpose. Firm foundations have already been laid, with primary results in Key Stage 1 placing the school’s performance in the top 5% for attainment nationally. But even more encouraging for us are the values demonstrated by our pupils in their everyday lives.
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
In Global road safety week pupils learnt about making sensible decisions to stay safe.
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
To all our pupils, teachers and families have a wonderful break and all the best to those moving on to chapters new and to all those back in the new academic year we will see our Nishkam family soon.
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