Khalsa Primary School has been shortlisted for the Primary School of the Year award 2021
KPS Headteacher and KPS Teacher win Silver Awards in the Pearson National Teaching Awards
A very special message from our children and staff on the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Gurpurab.
Welcome to Khalsa Primary School, Slough.
A happy, friendly and spiritual environment where children between the ages of 3 and 11 begin their exciting journey of discovery.
We encourage our pupils to learn through experience and our dedicated staff ensure that children of all abilities have equal opportunities to thrive. Our teachers are the guardians of the school’s ethos of providing an education which hones both academic and personal skills as the basis for a successful and fulfilling life.
Headteacher at Khalsa Primary School
We are delighted to announce that Sikh Academies Trust have appointed a new Headteacher for Khalsa Primary
Reception 2023 Open Morning
We are pleased to announce that our Open Morning for Reception 2023 will be taking place
Awards Evening 2022
Wow, what an evening. On Thursday 7th July we celebrated our annual awards at Pioneer Secondary
Year 6 Graduation 2022
Our Year 6 Graduation was fantastic. Yet again we had the lovely weather on our side
Reception September 2023
Skipping Sikh visits Khalsa Primary School
We were honoured to welcome Skipping Sikh, Mr. Rajinder Singh MBE to Khalsa Primary School on the day of his 74th Birthday.
It was a memorable occasion for us all, our pupils, staff and parents are truly inspired. In case you missed the coverage on Sikh channel, here is the recording.
Teachers are inspired by the vision and clear sense of direction. As one teacher remarked - The staff do a great job and work very hard and effectively together to create a wonderful school
Wanted to take a moment to acknowledge my son's class teacher who always goes above and beyond the call of duty to provide that little bit extra help. Over the last year he has developed in leaps and bounds and much of this has been due to the high quality teaching and support.
I visited your school late last year to entertain the children to celebrate the birthday of Guru Nanak. I am writing to you to give you my opinion on my visit. I feel this is necessary as my experience was such a wonderful one, I think you should feel proud of the hard work that you must do.