Khalsa Primary School is a VA school in the trusteeship of the Slough Sikh School Trust. The school is conducted, by its Governing Body as part of the Sikh community in accordance with its Trust Deed and Instrument of Government. The school exists primarily to serve the Sikh community, but welcomes applications, from those of other faiths or no faith, who support and respect the religious ethos of the school. The Governing Body is the ‘Admissions Authority’ for the school. The Admission Panel (on behalf of the Governing Body) makes all the decisions about admissions, the Headteacher is not involved.
The Governing Body applies the regulations on admissions fairly and equally to all those who wish to attend this school. All applications will be treated on merit and in a sensitive manner. The background, level of ability of a child or any special needs that he or she may have plays no part in the admissions policy of this school.
September 2018 School Admissions Policy
All Sikh Parents must also complete a SIF Form (excluding Nursery)
If you wish to appeal for a place at Khalsa Primary, please complete the ‘Appeal Form’and post to:
The Clerk to the Appeals Panel
P.O. Box 4235
If you wish for acknowledgement of receipt please enclose a stamped addressed envelope.
Please note: The Clerk cannot seek medical or professional evidence on your behalf so please ensure you submit all evidence you wish the Panel to consider with the form.
For more information on the procedure for hearings please read the ‘Procedure for hearings‘.
Apply for school places using the online Common Application Form (CAF) form via your local council’s website
Contact the schools you have applied for and complete additional forms
Complete Khalsa Primary School’s ‘Admission Form’
If you are From the Sikh Faith, complete Khalsa Primary School’s ‘SIF’
The SIF will be marked by the admissions body of Khalsa Primary School and information sent to Slough Borough Council