School Policy and Practice
Guru Nanak Khalsa
College is committed to Racial Equality, that applies to all
section of the College ie: Employment and Admission.
has high regard for all the students who are committed to learn about our
culture, language and relgion in their extra time from main stream
schools. We feel these children are the cream and the golden nuggets of
the Sikh community and the flag bearers of the future.
very much appreciates the efforts of the parents who bring
there children to our Educational and religious environment. By giving
this opportunity to their children, they are sowing the seeds of success
for the coming generation.
The College would like to develop the
partnership with parents further to make sure that all the parents are
aware of the progress of their children the College activities.
College is extremely grateful to the Managing Committee of Guru Nanak
Gurdware, Sedgley Street, Wolverhampton, who have always been very
supportive of the College activities and provide siginficant amount of
funds to run the College.
The whole staff is fully committed to do
there almost best to make sure that the students are fully aware of our mission statement.
The work is
rewarded by the class teachers with gold or silver stars.
development and evaluation of the College activities are discussed in the
monthly staff meetings, and twice a year staff development training take place.
We have written syllabus for all the classes. SMART targets are set for each term.
First 20 minutes of the classes except the exam classes, are devoted to religious education.
Parents are invited twice a year to discuss their children's progress.
A few months ago, Adult classes have been started to ensure that the parents learn Panjabi and R.E, to able them to help their children at home with their homework.
We seek to be absolutely fair but firm to make sure our daily activities does not contain any kind of political practice at GNKC.
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