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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 trustees 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.

Khalsa Primary School was graded as ‘Outstanding’ in our Section 48 Ofsted inspection.

Download – Ofsted Report (Inspection: 13 March 2017)

School Video

Our video highlights a day in the life at Khalsa Primary School.

Please take a few moments to learn more about the staff and pupils who make this school ‘Outstanding’.

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Winter Fete

To help raise funds for the school, the PTA have organised a Winter Fete.

Please be sure to join us on Tuesday 19 December at 12:30 pm. A range of Food & Drink will be served, games & activities for children, raffle draw, face painting and much more.

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FEATURED POST

We Need Your Support

The Slough Sikh School Trust and Khalsa Primary School Slough are currently fundraising to build a new play area and refurbish the car park area with necessary works required to make it safe for both parents, children and the community to use.

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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

Ofsted Report 2011 for Khalsa Primary School, Ofsted

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.

Pav Dhillon, Parent

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.

Lisa Patterson, Visitor to the school.