Khalsa Primary School evaluated as ‘sustaining distinction’ for 2017-18

The Local Authority has a statutory duty to monitor the performance of schools and academies and to champion high standards.
We are delighted and extremely proud to announce that Khalsa Primary School has been evaluated as ‘Sustaining Distinction‘. This is based on a range of indicators such as outcome data, information from Ofsted including complaints and the soft intelligence gathered by improvement consultants in their termly visits.

It is always good to get letters of support especially from the Director of Children’s services, Slough.
As always our aim is to offer the best possible education to all our children. We aim to support all the stakeholders.

“The data we have gathered indicates that the leadership of the school has an excellent capacity to maintain the highest possible standards for its learners”.
Cate Duffy, Director of Children, Learning and Skills.

“We are very fortunate at KPS that we can recruit the best teachers. I would like to take this opportunity to say that all staff at KPS are working extremely hard and the senior and middle leaders are making a big impact on Standards and other major areas of school life. I would like to thank the governors for their continued support.”
Raminder Vig, Principal, Khalsa Primary School.